A Bayesian decision support model will be built based on results of work done in other sub-studies. The model could be used, for example, to analyse the impact of salmon and herring stocks and their management on each other, on dioxin concentration and further on human health under different scenarios, and the impact of different management options on these.
The aim is to explore how different management options could benefit the society in terms of reduced dioxin in fish while at the same time ensuring sustainable catches for both species.
The tool enables conducting an integrated risk and decision analysis for examining biological, cultural, and governance-related uncertainties in relation to biological and social utilities.
Holistic decision analysis of Baltic salmon and herring fisheries management aiming at social, biological, and health-related utilities.
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