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Policy Analysis for the Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia: A Bayesian Network Model Approach

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We present the results of the aforementioned research paper.

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Policy Analysis for the Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia: A Bayesian Network Model Approach

  1. 1. Policy Analysis Cambodia BayesiaNetworks
  2. 2. <basics> </basics> <p> <strong> Slide 3:</strong>who? </p> <p> <strong> Slide 4:</strong> Mario Guajardo Yai Oladokun Laleye </p> <p> <strong> Slide 5:</strong>not really… </p> <p> <strong> Slide 6:</strong> based on: Policy Analysis for the Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia: A Bayesian Network Model Approach Authors: Olli Varis Marko Keskinen Helsinki University of Technology (aka Findland’s MIT) </p> <p> <strong> Slide 7:</strong>where? </p> <p> <strong> Slide 8:</strong> </p> <p> <strong> Slide 9:</strong> </p> <p> <strong> Slide 10:</strong>what? </p> <p> <strong> Slide 11:</strong>Tonlé Sap lake </p> <p> <strong> Slide 12:</strong>lake = golden egg hen </p> <p> <strong> Slide 13:</strong>why? </p> <p> <strong> Slide 14:</strong>lake fishing = over 50% of GDP </p>
  3. 3. who?
  4. 4. Mario Guajardo Yai Oladokun Laleye
  5. 5. not really…
  6. 6. based on: Policy Analysis for the Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia: A Bayesian Network Model Approach Authors: Olli Varis Marko Keskinen Helsinki University of Technology (aka Findland’s MIT)
  7. 7. where?
  8. 8. what?
  9. 9. Tonlé Sap lake
  10. 10. lake = golden egg hen
  11. 11. why?
  12. 12. lake fishing = over 50% of GDP

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