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Title: Encouraging Safe, Green and Economically Sustainable use of our Natural Environment
Authors: Aleandri, Michele
Abrahams, Sophie
Berryman, Anna
Brennan, Georgia
Budd, Chris
Correia, Joaquim
Donlon, Ed
Kamperis, Sam
Mckinnell, Daniel
Metherall, Brady
Millward, Frank
Roberts, Joe
Yu, Keming
Zeng, Fanqi
Keywords: agent-based modelling
game theory
Data analysis
regression modelling
Natural Environment
Safe, Green and Economically Sustainable Use
Issue Date: 16-Apr-2021
Publisher: Mathematics in Industry, European Study Groups with Industry
Citation: "Encouraging Safe, Green, and Economically Sustainable Use of our Natural Environment", Problem presented by Natural Resources Wales at the 165th European Study Groups with Industry, Durham University, UK, April 16, 2021 (Online)
Abstract: Natural Resources Wales is the largest Welsh Government Sponsored Body, formed in April 2013, and it is taking over the functions of the Countryside Council for Wales, Forestry Commission Wales and the Environment Agency in Wales, as well as certain Welsh Government functions. Managing users, and user behaviour in the countryside has always been an issue, but it’s been recently exacerbated by Covid-19. The question posed to the study group is to formulate a mathematical model of the way that people (typically tourists) use and behave in a National Park. We would want to answer: 1. How do we better redistribute pressures or resources? 2. Where is best to intervene to disrupt bad behaviours (we’ve provided a spreadsheet of anti-social behaviours and some case study material to help highlight these issues)? 3. How do we mitigate/balance risks of negative experiences of users against negative effects on sites? 4. What do we not know, what are we missing from the picture?
Type: lecture
Appears in Collections:CIMA - Comunicações - Em Congressos Científicos Internacionais

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