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Restoration Decision-Making Informed by Secondary Objectives

Dr. Kyle McKay, ERDC Environmental Laboratory
11 December 2018

  • Bio Dr. Kyle McKay, ERDC Environmental Laboratory

    Everyone understands the importance of making economic decisions, but cost benefit ratios alone do not always identify the most valuable solution. This webinar examines how secondary objectives related to ecosystem services, environmental justice, stakeholder support, and technical significance are incorporated into cost-effectiveness and incremental cost analyses to inform restoration decision-making in a diverse system. Specifically, Dr. McKay discusses the Hudson-Raritan Estuary (HRE) Ecosystem Restoration Study, a watershed-scale, multi-objective restoration initiative led by the New York District. The HRE covers more than 20 restoration sites across a diverse set of ecosystem types (e.g., coastal marshes, urban streams, oysters), stakeholder groups (9 non-federal sponsors and dozens of interested parties), and political geographies (multiple states, Congressional districts, and municipalities).

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