Sensitivity to findings helps to identify errors in either the network or the CPTs [46, 64]. First, the analysis was conducted to MFK and Gobiopterus disappearance node. The analysis results show that mixing and epilimnion zone after mixing nodes are the most influencing factors for both output modes. These results are consistent with the model as these two nodes are the direct nodes connected to the output nodes. Next, the sensitivity to findings was applied to find the most influenced factors to mixing and epilimnion zone after mixing. The sensitivity to findings is illustrated in Mutual Information Value. Mutual Information Value is the subtraction of entropy/ H(X) and the probability of distribution of the entropy given prior condition (H (X│Y)). This value is used to rank the most influencing factors to the output nodes, please refer to [64] for details.

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