Expert elicitation of knowledge gaps

NSW Koala Research Plan

This project focused on identifying and prioritising the key knowledge gaps impeding the successful management of koala populations in the wild across New South Wales.

Date
17 October 2018
Publisher
Centre of Environmental and Economic Research, The University of Melbourne
Type
Publication, Report
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • File PDF 5.8MB
  • Pages 122
  • Name koala-research-plan-expert-elicitation-knowledge-gaps.pdf

 

The aim of this project was to develop an understanding of the key knowledge gaps impeding the successful management of koala populations in the wild across New South Wales. This understanding led to the development of a series of research questions, targeted at addressing the uncertainty that, if resolved, will provide the most benefit to the viability of koalas in New South Wales.

This report outlines the aims and approach taken by the Office of Environment and Heritage to identify and prioritise a list of research priorities.