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Mapping Scenario Narratives: A Technique to Enhance Landscape-scale Biodiversity Planning

Carter, Oberon; Mitchell, Michael; Porfirio, Luciana; Hugh, Sonia; Lockwood, Michael; Gilfedder, Louise; Lefroy, E.C.


Developing regional scenarios enables planners to engage land managers in discussions about the future, especially in contexts that are complex, uncertain and difficult to control. Richly-crafted qualitative narratives are an effective way to document future scenarios that integrate social, economic and biophysical attributes. Converting such narratives into spatial representations of future landscapes often relies on computational modelling. This paper presents an alternative technique. Key...[Show more]

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Date published: 2017
Type: Journal article
Source: Conservation and Society
DOI: 10.4103/cs.cs_15_121
Access Rights: Open Access


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