Fu, Baihua; Pollino, Carmel; Merritt, Wendy; Capon, S.
Bayesian Networks (BNs) are increasingly recognised as a useful tool for ecological modelling due to their ability to incorporate a broad range of data types and explicit representation of uncertainty through the use of probabilities. They allow considerable flexibility with respect to the detail and focus of the models allowing conceptually simple habitat condition models or more complex mechanistic representation of ecological response. However, BN outputs are sensitive to the model...[Show more]
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