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Frequencies of decision making and monitoring in adaptive resource management

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Williams, B.K., and Johnson, F.A., 2017, Frequencies of decision making and monitoring in adaptive resource management: PLoS ONE, v. 12, no. 8, art. e0182934, https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0182934.

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Adaptive management involves learning-oriented decision making in the presence of uncertainty about the responses of a resource system to management. It is implemented through an iterative sequence of decision making, monitoring and assessment of system responses, and incorporating what is learned into future decision making. Decision making at each point is informed by a value or objective function, for example total harvest anticipated over some time frame. The value function expresses the value associated with decisions, and it is influenced by system status as updated through monitoring. Often, decision making follows shortly after a monitoring event. However, it is certainly possible for the cadence of decision making to differ [...]

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