Advancing the fundamentals of decision-making under uncertainty
We are at the forefront of methods for decision making under deep uncertainty. We are concerned about the robustness of decisions to unexpected future changes that may be associated with climate change or profound socio-economic changes. We have developed methods for adaptive planning and robustness analysis that can help to cope with these uncertainties. We are enthusiasts for sensitivity analysis of model outputs.
Majid, A., Mortazavi-Naeini, M. and Hall, J.W. (2021) Efficient pathways to zero-carbon energy use by water supply utilities: an example from London, UK, Environmental Research Letters.
Murgatroyd, A. and Hall, J.W. (2021) Selecting Indicators and Optimizing Decision Rules for Long‐Term Water Resources Planning, Water Resources Research.
Wheeler, K.G., Hall, J.W., Abdo, G.M., Dadson, S.J., Kasprzyk, J.R., Smith, R. and Zagona, E.A. (2018) Exploring cooperative transboundary river management strategies for the Eastern Nile Basin, Water Resources Research.
Borgomeo, E., Mortazavi‐Naeini, M., Hall, J.W. and Guillod, B.P. (2018) Risk, robustness and water resources planning under uncertainty, Earth’s Future.