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Keith R. Hayes

Senior Research Scientist

Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

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Canberra, Australian Capital Territory,2601

Australia

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About CSIRO: Australia is founding its future on science and innovation. Its national science agency, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) is a powerhouse of ideas, technologies and skills for building prosperity, growth, he... more

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Dr Keith Hayes: undertaking risk assessment for complex ecological problems Dr Hayes is a senior research scientist responsible for developing and applying novel risk assessment techniques to complex ecological problems.


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The CSIRO Report (Keith Hayes, 2011)
This page is dedicated to a discussion of the following important recent publication: Hayes KR (2011). Uncertainty and Uncertainty Analysis Methods. The author of the REPORT, DR Keith Hayes, is a senior research scientist at the CSIRO Division of Mathematics, Informatics and Statistics. His research on risk in relation to complex ecological problems is focused on the areas of: biological stressors uncertainty analysis techniques ecological indicators Keith is located at CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research --- Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. I commend Keith for this initiative. This is definitely a step in the right direction. However, ... parts of the discussion on info-gap decision theory in the REPORT must be re-examined. Because alas, a number of typical info-gap bugs have infiltrated even this REPORT! I hope that this discussion will encourage Keith, and other scientists in Australia, to take an even closer look at the flaws in info-gap decision theory and the misconceptions that it propounds, especially from the pages of peer-reviewed journals (see my compilation of reviews of info-gap publications). Now, as I can afford to be less diplomatic than Keith, I shall spell out the fundamental trouble in info-gap decision theory more clearly, indeed more bluntly, as follows: What is important is that Hayes (2011) does discuss, clarify, and illustrate one of the major flaws in info-gap decision theory that I discuss in my articles and presentations (e.g. Sniedovich (2007, 2010, 2011). I hope that this REPORT will encourage analysts to open their eyes and ... minds to Hayes' (2011) explanation and illustration of the validity of my criticism of info-gap decision theory with regard to point b) in his REPORT. Hayes's (2011) CSIRO report is definitely a step in the right direction.


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Dr Keith Hayes
Dr Keith Hayes: Ecological Risk Analyst, Conservation and Biodiversity


CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research - About Us

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Dr Keith Hayes: Ecological Risk Analyst, Conservation and Biodiversity


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Dr Keith Hayes (CSIRO)


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