Fig. 1. The integrated Bayesian belief network (BBN) model, modified from the model published by Levontin et al. (2011). Parts produced by different disciplines are indicated by different colors. The model allows examination of how the results of the bioeconomic model (regarding optimal management) would change if the effect of the implementation uncertainty (resulting from fishers’ commitment to alternative management objectives) were taken into account in a quantitative manner. The model also makes it possible to compare different management objectives and options in terms of biological, commercial, recreational, and social utility (Levontin et al. 2011).