Development of a landscape intervention decision support system (LIDSS) to maximise net social benefit

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Award: RES-224-25-0068
PI: David MacDonald, Wildlife Conservation Research Unit, University of Oxford
Dates: 30/06/2004 - 29/06/2005
 
How can agri-environmental work be directed across landscapes to maximise the net environmental benefits of agricultural costs? How can we make sure that changes in biodiversity are proportionate with monetary costs, in terms of wildlife populations changes, the probability of participation by landowners, the use of the area by local people and how that might bias decisions?
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