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Group elicitations yield more consistent, yet more uncertain experts in understanding risks to ecosystem services in New Zealand bays

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Probability distribution functions (PDFs) representing expert-derived estimates of impact from interviews (grey), and following the group workshop (red).

Following the workshop, experts were more likely to provide wider intervals estimating impact from specific risks to ecosystem services compared to when interviewed prior to the workshop. Each row represents the paired estimates for a single expert (1–14). Experts are grouped by the ecosystem service of their expertise.

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