Exploring the networks of government scientists using Social Network Analysis: a scoping study

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MODELLING & SIMULATION SOC AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND INC
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Conference Proceeding
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21st International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, 2015
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2015-11
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Scientists working for the New South Wales (NSW) Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) provide rigorous evidence and advice to support government priorities which include protecting the natural environment. They also collaborate with and attract non-government researchers to work on government priorities. In this scoping study, we used Social Network Analysis (SNA) to visualise the ego networks of six government scientists from OEH who work on biodiversity conservation and landscape management. This allowed us to explore the potential reach of their advice and information within OEH and beyond; and examine gaps and redundancy in the stacked ego networks.
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