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Measuring, monitoring, and forecasting progress toward sustainability

Conference Paper


Abstract


  • Measuring, monitoring and forecasting play a fundamental role in assessing progress and evaluating policies for the sustainability of both human well-being and natural resources. These objectives will involve observational data from the human and natural environment, as well as the effective development and application of computational models. The charge to our working group was to identify the contributions of mathematical scientists towards the fundamental research that is needed to develop

    effective tools, and the additional resources, including those involving data and computing, that are needed to bring these tools to effective application.

Authors


  •   Cressie, Noel A.
  •   Hoeting, Jennifer A. (external author)
  •   Lele, Subhash (external author)
  •   Mcroberts, Ronald (external author)
  •   Ogle, Kiona (external author)
  •   Smith, Richard (external author)
  •   Stefanski, Len (external author)
  •   Ziv, Guy (external author)

Publication Date


  • 2011

Citation


  • Cressie, N., Hoeting, J. A., Lele, S., Mcroberts, R., Ogle, K., Smith, R., Stefanski, L. & Ziv, G. (2011). Measuring, monitoring, and forecasting progress toward sustainability. In M. Cozzens & F. S. Roberts (Eds.), Mathematical and Statistical Challenges for Sustainability: Report of a Workshop held November 15-17, 2010 (pp. 102-118).

Ro Metadata Url


  • http://ro.uow.edu.au/eispapers/5978

Start Page


  • 102

End Page


  • 118

Place Of Publication


  • https://www.pims.math.ca/news/mathematical-and-statistical-challenges-sustainability

Abstract


  • Measuring, monitoring and forecasting play a fundamental role in assessing progress and evaluating policies for the sustainability of both human well-being and natural resources. These objectives will involve observational data from the human and natural environment, as well as the effective development and application of computational models. The charge to our working group was to identify the contributions of mathematical scientists towards the fundamental research that is needed to develop

    effective tools, and the additional resources, including those involving data and computing, that are needed to bring these tools to effective application.

Authors


  •   Cressie, Noel A.
  •   Hoeting, Jennifer A. (external author)
  •   Lele, Subhash (external author)
  •   Mcroberts, Ronald (external author)
  •   Ogle, Kiona (external author)
  •   Smith, Richard (external author)
  •   Stefanski, Len (external author)
  •   Ziv, Guy (external author)

Publication Date


  • 2011

Citation


  • Cressie, N., Hoeting, J. A., Lele, S., Mcroberts, R., Ogle, K., Smith, R., Stefanski, L. & Ziv, G. (2011). Measuring, monitoring, and forecasting progress toward sustainability. In M. Cozzens & F. S. Roberts (Eds.), Mathematical and Statistical Challenges for Sustainability: Report of a Workshop held November 15-17, 2010 (pp. 102-118).

Ro Metadata Url


  • http://ro.uow.edu.au/eispapers/5978

Start Page


  • 102

End Page


  • 118

Place Of Publication


  • https://www.pims.math.ca/news/mathematical-and-statistical-challenges-sustainability