BeNe-EIA: A Bayesian approach to expert judgement elicitation with case studies on climate

Varis, Olli; Kuikka, Sakari
November 1997
Climatic Change;Nov97, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p539
Academic Journal
Presents an impact matrix approach which combines information from two environmental impact assessment (EIA) matrices to assess impacts on climatic change. Belief Network approach (BeNe) to EIA; Relationship of expert judgement and climatic change impact assessment to climatology; Description of the BeNe-EIA approach; Assessment of climatic change impact on surface waters.


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