Representing causal knowledge in environmental policy interventions: Advantages and opportunities for qualitative influence diagram applications. Carriger, J., F., Dyson, B., E., & Benson, W., H. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, Wiley-Blackwell, 2, 2018.
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