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Using an integrated framework to assess multiple objective habitat restoration projects

Abstract : Nowadays, ecological restoration projects involve several stakeholders and target multiple objectives. Summarizing the project success taking all its dimensions into account may therefore not be easy to achieve. The ASPIRE framework (Appraising the Success of Project In ecological Restoration and Ecological engineering) has been developed specifically to address this issue. The ultimate success score of the project is a weighted mean of objective scores; the objective scores are weighted means of their variable scores and the variable scores are calculated through a utility function based on the variable values relative to their references. Using an integrated framework such as ASPIRE helps project stakeholders to accurately define measurable objectives. The ASPIRE framework will be use in the forthcoming years to assess the success of several wetland habitat restoration in the French and Italian Alps. These projects have several objectives, such as restoring biodiversity, decreasing exotic invasive species or providing ecosystem services. The poster will present how the various stakeholders define and weigh their objectives, which and how variables are measured and how the ASPIRE graphical and numerical outputs can be interpreted.
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  • HAL Id : hal-02608605, version 1
  • IRSTEA : PUB00060079



Renaud Jaunatre, T. Spiegelberger, Françoise Dommanget, M. Bassignana. Using an integrated framework to assess multiple objective habitat restoration projects. 7th World Conference on Ecological Restoration, Aug 2017, Foz de Iguassu, Brazil. 2017. ⟨hal-02608605⟩



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