Data from: Evidence-based tool surpasses expert opinion in predicting probability of eradication of aquatic nonindigenous species

David Drolet, Andrea Locke, Mark A. Lewis & Jeff Davidson
The main objective of evidence-based management is to promote use of scientific data in the decision-making process of managers, with data either complementing or replacing expert knowledge. It is expected that this will increase the efficiency of environmental interventions. However, the relative accuracy and precision of evidence-based tools and expert knowledge has seldom been evaluated. It is therefore essential to verify whether such tools provide better decision support before advocating their use. We conducted an...
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