Integrated Assessment of Scale Impacts of Watershed Intervention. Merritt, W.; Patch, B.; and Kumar Rout, S. Elsevier, 2015.
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The Bayesian network (BN) approach has garnered popularity in the field of environmental modeling because it is well-suited to representing relationships between the biophysical and societal factors critical to the success of natural resource management programs. BNs can be highly useful for structuring, clarifying, and communicating model results to stakeholders. This chapter introduces the BN methodology and its previous application to livelihood issues. The process used to construct a BN model relating the stocks of the livelihood capitals (e.g., social capital) held by households to their capacity to survive consecutive droughts (resilience) is described, followed by a demonstration of the model behavior and performance.
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