Integrated data requirements for natural resource management

Stoeckl, N., Adams, V., Larson, S., Mahony, T., Steel, R., Allen, S., Emmerling, M., Jarvis, D., Ogier, E., Navarro, M., Chuah, S.H., Langlois, T., and Peci, G. (2022) Integrated data requirements for natural resource management. Report. University of Tasmania, Hobart, TAS, Australia.

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Abstract

We do not have sufficient data to adequately describe the integrated socio-ecologicalsystems that support us. It is prohibitively expensive to collect enough data to describe all,so it is important to think strategically about how to (i) use the information we do have and (ii) prioritise the collection of new data. We aim to help by finding efficient ways of improving the information that is available for policy-makers to generate better human–nature outcomes.

Item ID: 75585
Item Type: Report (Report)
Keywords: Socio-ecological systems frameworks, economic resource management, dataset decision making, individual and social behavioural models
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Copyright Information: © University of Tasmania, 2022. Integrated data requirements for natural resource management is licensed by the University of Tasmania for use under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 Australia licence. For licence conditions see creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
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We have already begun to focus on points (1) and (2), working with partners until end 2022 to add additional variables to our dataset that relate to climate, water, aquatic biodiversity and threatened species. We will then analyse the data to identify groups of regions that share similar social, economic, and biophysical characteristics and/or regions that similar locational characteristics (e.g. priority places, protected areas); and to identify regions that have characteristics most suited to particular planning approaches (that focus on conservation/ecological systems). Our process for identifying which data gaps need to be filled to address specific management projects could be used in a wide variety of future projects, helping to ensure that the information available is both necessary and sufficient to support environmental policy-makers improve human–nature outcomes.

The hubs have exercised due care and skill in preparing and compiling the information and data in this publication. Notwithstanding, the hubs, their employees and advisers disclaim all liability, including liability for negligence and for any loss, damage, injury, expense or cost incurred by any person as a result of accessing, using or relying on any of the information or data in this publication to the maximum extent permitted by law.

Funders: National Environmental Research Program (NESP)
Projects and Grants: NESP Resilient Landscapes Hub, NESP Marine and Coastal Hub
Date Deposited: 24 Aug 2022 00:05
FoR Codes: 38 ECONOMICS > 3801 Applied economics > 380105 Environment and resource economics @ 50%
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18 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT > 1805 Marine systems and management > 180507 Rehabilitation or conservation of marine environments @ 20%
18 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT > 1806 Terrestrial systems and management > 180601 Assessment and management of terrestrial ecosystems @ 20%
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