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Lessons learned in communicating ecological models: A case study from the New York Bight

Dr. Kyle McKay, US Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Environmental Laboratory
6 May 2020

  • Bio Dr. Kyle McKay, US Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Environmental Laboratory

    Transparent and clear communication is a crucial, if overlooked, issue in every phase of ecological model development. This presentation describes development of a suite of ecological models for assessing environmental effects of regional coastal storm risk management actions in the New York Bight. Lessons learned in model communication are emphasized relative to each phase of the modeling process, including: conceptualization, quantification, evaluation, and application.

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