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Category Archive for 'Scoring tools'

This guide can help you think about uses for scoring tools in your landscape and how to construct and implement them.
What phenomena can be assessed with a scoring tool?
There are few limits to the types of conditions that can be scored.  Scores simply tell us how effectively a system performs relative to its ideal.  Some [...]

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The Institutional Performance Scorecard is designed to aid leaders of a landscape measures initiative in assessing the potential of the institutional environment to foster an integrative approach to landscape planning and management.  The institutional scoring tool is based on the premise that how the institutional environment for planning and management performs will be an important [...]

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The Landscape Performance Scorecard (LPS) is designed to help you keep track of the status of your landscape. The scorecard is based on the ‘twenty questions for assessing landscape performance’. A data capture form provides a means for analyzing data from the scoring exercise and presenting the information that is generated.
The performance scores [...]

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Scoring Tools

What are Scoring Tools?
Scoring provides a qualitative measure of how well or how poorly a phenomenon is performing relative to its potential; that is, compared with an ideal that theoretically could be realized.  A wide variety of social and biophysical phenomena in a landscape can be scored.  Scores are derived from the judgment of people [...]

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