Participatory modeling has grown in popularity in recent years with the acknowledgement that
stakeholder knowledge is an essential component to informed environmental decision-making. Including
stakeholders in model building and analysis allows decision-makers to understand important conceptual
components in the environmental systems being managed, builds trust and common understanding
between potentially diverse sets of competing groups, and reduces uncertainty by mining information that might not otherwise be a part of scientific assessment performed by experts alone.
The importance of including stakeholders in environmental decision-making through modeling
has seen growing attention in recent years. Voinov and Bousquet  outline two major objectives that
drive participatory modeling: (1) to increase and share knowledge and understanding of a system and
its dynamics under various conditions [2, 3, 4] and (2) to identify and clarify the impacts of solutions to
a given problem [5, 6, 7]. Currently a wide range of stakeholder-centered modeling programs, practices,
and guidelines exist, which all essentially aim to provide decision support and facilitation in participatory planning contexts.
Publisher:Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
By: Steven A. Gray ,Stefan Gray ,Linda J. Cox ,Sarah Henly-Shepard
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