Using Bayesian Networks to complement conventional analyses to explore landholder management of native vegetation
Influencing the management of private landholders is a key element of improving the condition of Australia's natural resources. Despite substantial investment by governments, effecting behavioural change on a scale likely to stem biodiversity losses has proven difficult. Understanding landholder decision-making is now acknowledged as fundamental to achieving better policy outcomes. There is a large body of research examining landholder adoption of conservation practices. Social researchers are...[Show more]
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