Environmental models are increasingly used to assist planners and managers in the decision-making process. These processes often require integration of data and modeling tools from traditionally disparate disciplines. Moreover, interactions with stakeholders during model building may be vital for increased acceptance of modeling results. This session focuses on social, economic, ecological and infrastructural modeling efforts.

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Wednesday, June 27th
3:40 PM

Fit for Purpose and Transformative?: A case study of gender integration into international environmental modelling projects

Joyce Wu, CSIRO
Susan Cuddy, CSIRO
Nicky Grigg, CSIRO
Samantha Stone-Jovicich, CSIRO

3:40 PM - 5:00 PM

Thursday, June 28th
9:00 AM

Culture influences on human decision-making processes toward environmental policy: an integrative model of human-environment interaction

Gabriel Granco, Stroud Water Research Center
Jessica Heier Stamm, Kansas State University
Jason Bergtold, Kansas State University
Melinda Daniels, Stroud Water Research Center
Matthew Sanderson, Kansas State University
Aleksey Sheshukov, Kansas State University
Martha Mather, Kansas State University
David Haukos, Kansas State University
Marcellus Caldas, Kansas State University

9:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Simulating supply and demand of ecosystem services in support of urban planning

Hedwig van Delden, Research Institute for Knowledge Systems, The University of Adelaide
Bram Oosterbroek, ICIS
Joop de Kraker, ICIS
Roel Vanhout, Research Institute for Knowledge Systems

9:00 AM - 10:20 AM