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By obtaining the non-dominated solutions, the social choice methods are applied and the preference of the solutions from each of the three stakeholders. The results of the compromise solution based on different social choice methods are presented in Table 3. As shown in this table, the number of optimized monitoring stations is the same (three out of 22 potential stations) across all seasons using the four social choice methods (described above).

Table 3

Results of the compromise solution based on different social choice methods

MethodSeasonNumber of optimized stationsOptimal locations
Condorcet, Borda, Plurality rule, and MVR Spring (64,27) (65,45) (59,45) 
Summer (57,33) (62,39) (50,39) 
Fall (47,21) (52,27) (50,39) 
Winter (64,27) (50,39) (64,51) 
MethodSeasonNumber of optimized stationsOptimal locations
Condorcet, Borda, Plurality rule, and MVR Spring (64,27) (65,45) (59,45) 
Summer (57,33) (62,39) (50,39) 
Fall (47,21) (52,27) (50,39) 
Winter (64,27) (50,39) (64,51) 

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