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2018, Volume 385, Issue C
- 1-11 Comparing model parameterizations of the biophysical impacts of ocean acidification to identify limitations and uncertainties
by Tai, Travis C. & Harley, Christopher D.G. & Cheung, William W.L.
- 12-25 Inferring ecological processes from population signatures: A simulation-based heuristic for the selection of sampling strategies
by Bellot, Benoit & Poggi, Sylvain & Baudry, Jacques & Bourhis, Yoann & Parisey, Nicolas
- 26-34 Dominants in evolution of urban energy metabolism: A case study of Beijing
by Hu, Guangwen & Mu, Xianzhong
- 35-44 Mapping invasion potential using ensemble modelling. A case study on Yushania maling in the Darjeeling Himalayas
by Srivastava, Vivek & Griess, Verena C. & Padalia, Hitendra
- 45-57 Developing alternative forest spatial management plans when carbon and timber values are considered: A real case from northeastern China
by Dong, Lingbo & Lu, Wei & Liu, Zhaogang
- 58-64 Partial exclusion of spawning Cyprinus carpio to improve coastal marsh habitat may come at the cost of increased carp population growth
by Caskenette, Amanda & Enders, Eva C. & Watkinson, Doug & Wrubleski, Dale
- 65-77 Prediction of suitable feeding habitat for fishes in a stream using physical habitat simulations
by Kim, Seung Ki & Choi, Sung-Uk
- 78-88 Population persistence in the face of climate change and competition: A battle on two fronts
by Rinnan, D. Scott
- 89-95 Effects of input capacity constraints on food quality and regulation mechanism design for food safety management
by Chen, You-hua & Huang, Sun-jun & Mishra, Ashok K. & Wang, X. Henry
- 96-105 Impact of rainfall on Aedes aegypti populations
by Valdez, L.D. & Sibona, G.J. & Condat, C.A.
- 106-113 Effect of exotic cordgrass Spartina alterniflora on the eco-exergy based thermodynamic health of the macrobenthic faunal community in mangrove wetlands
by Chen, Quan & Zhao, Qian & Chen, Pimao & Lu, Hongfang
- 114-123 Intra-host interspecific larval parasitoid competition solved using modelling and bayesian statistics
by Bruzzone, Octavio A. & Logarzo, Guillermo A. & Aguirre, María B. & Virla, Eduardo G.
- 124-132 Using species distribution models at local scale to guide the search of poorly known species: Review, methodological issues and future directions
by Fois, Mauro & Cuena-Lombraña, Alba & Fenu, Giuseppe & Bacchetta, Gianluigi
- 133-144 A state-dependent model for assessing the population consequences of disturbance on income-breeding mammals
by McHuron, Elizabeth A. & Schwarz, Lisa K. & Costa, Daniel P. & Mangel, Marc
- 145-153 Bayesian modeling of individual growth variability using back-calculation: Application to pink cusk-eel (Genypterus blacodes) off Chile
by Contreras-Reyes, Javier E. & López Quintero, Freddy O. & Wiff, Rodrigo
- 154-164 Groundwater recharge algorithm for forest management models
by Schwaiger, Fabian & Poschenrieder, Werner & Rötzer, Thomas & Biber, Peter & Pretzsch, Hans
- 165-172 Quantifying the benefits of spatial fisheries management – An ecological-economic optimization approach
by Voss, Rudi & Quaas, Martin F. & Schmidt, Jörn O. & Stoeven, Max T. & Francis, Tessa B. & Levin, Phillip S. & Armitage, Derek R. & Cleary, Jaclyn S. & Jones, R. Russ & Lee, Lynn C. & Okamoto, Daniel K. & Silver, Jennifer J. & Thornton, Thomas F. & Dressel, Sherri C. & MacCall, Alec D. & Punt, André E.
- 173-181 Spatiotemporally resolved ambient particulate matter concentration by fusing observational data and ensemble chemical transport model simulations
by Chianese, E. & Galletti, A. & Giunta, G. & Landi, T.C. & Marcellino, L. & Montella, R. & Riccio, A.
- 182-188 Modeling of soil phosphatase activity in land use ecosystems and topsoil layers in the Brazilian Cerrado
by Leite, Marcos V.M. & Bobuľská, Lenka & Espíndola, Suéllen P. & Campos, Maria R.C. & Azevedo, Lucas C.B. & Ferreira, Adão S.
- 189-196 How density-dependence and climate affect guanaco population dynamics
by Zubillaga, María & Skewes, Oscar & Soto, Nicolás & Rabinovich, Jorge E.
- 197-212 Optimality-based approach for computationally efficient modeling of phytoplankton growth, chlorophyll-to-carbon, and nitrogen-to-carbon ratios
by Chen, Bingzhang & Smith, S. Lan
- 213-219 Simple energy-budget model for yolk-feeding stages of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua)
by Jager, Tjalling & Nepstad, Raymond & Hansen, Bjørn Henrik & Farkas, Julia
- 220-225 Spatial arrangement of size-different patches determines population dynamics in linear riverine systems
by Shen, Yang & Xu, Zhichao & Nijs, Ivan & Liao, Jinbao
2018, Volume 384, Issue C
- 1-9 Development of mungbean model (MungGro) and its application for climate change impact analysis in Bangladesh
by Biswas, Jatish C. & Kalra, Naveen & Maniruzzaman, M. & Choudhury, A.K. & Jahan, M.A.H.S. & Hossain, M.B. & Ishtiaque, S. & Haque, M.M. & Kabir, Wais
- 10-22 A novel operation chart for cascade hydropower system to alleviate ecological degradation in hydrological extremes
by Ding, Ziyu & Fang, Guohua & Wen, Xin & Tan, Qiaofeng & Huang, Xianfeng & Lei, Xiaohui & Tian, Yu & Quan, Jin
- 23-29 Disequilibrium and relaxation times for species responses to climate change
by Loehle, Craig
- 30-33 Decreasing fractal dimensions as a strategy for oceanic wildlife conservation: Application to species with large migration patterns
by Flores, J.C.
- 34-42 Coupling agent-based with equation-based models to study spatially explicit megapopulation dynamics
by Marilleau, Nicolas & Lang, Christophe & Giraudoux, Patrick
- 43-52 Challenges of modelling water quality in a shallow prairie lake with seasonal ice cover
by Terry, Julie A. & Sadeghian, Amir & Baulch, Helen M. & Chapra, Steven C. & Lindenschmidt, Karl-Erich
- 53-62 Using reverse-time egg transport analysis for predicting Asian carp spawning grounds in the Illinois River
by Zhu, Zhenduo & Soong, David T. & Garcia, Tatiana & Behrouz, Mina Shahed & Butler, Steven E. & Murphy, Elizabeth A. & Diana, Matthew J. & Duncker, James J. & Wahl, David H.
- 63-74 Quantifying population-level effects of water temperature, flow velocity and chemical-induced reproduction depression: A simulation study with smallmouth bass
by Li, Yan & Blazer, Vicki S. & Wagner, Tyler
- 75-86 Species extinctions strengthen the relationship between biodiversity and resource use efficiency
by Smeti, Evangelia & Roelke, Daniel L. & Tsirtsis, George & Spatharis, Sofie
- 87-102 Analyzing fine-scale spatiotemporal drivers of wildfire in a forest landscape model
by Ager, Alan A. & Barros, Ana M.G. & Day, Michelle A. & Preisler, Haiganoush K. & Spies, Thomas A. & Bolte, John
- 103-110 Combining different metrics to measure the ecological connectivity of two mangrove landscapes in the Municipality of Florianópolis, Southern Brazil
by d’Acampora, Bárbara H.A. & Higueras, Ester & Román, Emilia
- 111-118 Process-based vs. ad-hoc methods to estimate mortality using carcass surveys data: A review and a note about evidence complacency
by Péron, Guillaume
- 119-127 Connectivity among wetlands matters for vulnerable amphibian populations in wetlandscapes
by Zamberletti, Patrizia & Zaffaroni, Marta & Accatino, Francesco & Creed, Irena F. & De Michele, Carlo
- 128-144 Land use and cover change modelling and scenarios in the Upper Uruguay Basin (Brazil)
by de Freitas, Marcos Wellausen Dias & Muñoz, Pablo & dos Santos, João Roberto & Alves, Diógenes Salas
- 145-153 Diverging distribution of seedlings and mature trees reflects recent climate change in British Columbia
by Mathys, A.S. & Coops, N.C. & Simard, S.W. & Waring, R.H. & Aitken, S.N.
- 154-167 Effects of climate and soil conditions on the productivity and defence capacity of Picea abies in Sweden—An ecosystem model assessment
by Jönsson, Anna Maria & Lagergren, Fredrik
- 168-172 Crossing-effect in non-isolated and non-symmetric systems of patches
by Pamplona da Silva, D.J.
- 173-187 Unified representation of the C3, C4, and CAM photosynthetic pathways with the Photo3 model
by Hartzell, Samantha & Bartlett, Mark S. & Porporato, Amilcare
- 188-197 Modulation of the yerba-mate metamer production phenology by the cultivation system and the climatic factors
by Guédon, Yann & Costes, Evelyne & Rakocevic, Miroslava
- 198-208 Combining acoustic and visual detections in habitat models of Dall’s porpoise
by Fleming, Alyson H. & Yack, Tina & Redfern, Jessica V. & Becker, Elizabeth A. & Moore, Thomas J. & Barlow, Jay
- 209-220 Dams cause genetic homogenization in populations of fish that present homing behavior: Evidence from a demogenetic individual-based model
by Baggio, Rafael A. & Araujo, Sabrina B.L. & Ayllón, Daniel & Boeger, Walter A.
- 221-232 How effective is large landscape-scale planning for reducing local weed infestations? A landscape-scale modelling approach
by Ricci, Benoît & Petit, Sandrine & Allanic, Charlotte & Langot, Marie & Parisey, Nicolas & Poggi, Sylvain
- 233-240 Weak dynamical threshold for the “strict homeostasis” assumption in ecological stoichiometry
by Wang, Hao & Lu, Zexian & Raghavan, Aditya
- 241-248 Diel light cycle as a key factor for modelling phytoplankton biogeography and diversity
by Tsakalakis, Ioannis & Pahlow, Markus & Oschlies, Andreas & Blasius, Bernd & Ryabov, Alexey B.
- 249-260 The interplay of tradeoffs within the framework of a resource-based modelling
by de Oliveira, Viviane M. & Amado, André & Campos, Paulo R.A.
- 261-289 Modeling a coastal ecosystem to estimate climate change mitigation and a model demonstration in Tokyo Bay
by Sohma, Akio & Shibuki, Hisashi & Nakajima, Fumiyuki & Kubo, Atsushi & Kuwae, Tomohiro
- 290-295 The effects of clonal integration on the responses of plant species to habitat loss and habitat fragmentation
by Ying, Zhixia & Ge, Gang & Liu, Yongjie
- 296-307 SEAMANCORE: A spatially explicit simulation model for assisting the local MANagement of COral REefs
by Miñarro, Sara & Leins, Johannes & Acevedo-Trejos, Esteban & Fulton, Elizabeth A. & Reuter, Hauke
- 308-315 Predicting food web responses to biomanipulation using Bayesian Belief Network: Assessment of accuracy and applicability using in-situ exclosure experiments
by Lim, R.B.H. & Liew, J.H. & Kwik, J.T.B. & Yeo, D.C.J.
- 316-332 Spectral-temporal modelling of bamboo-dominated forest succession in the Atlantic Forest of Southern Brazil
by Greig, Clara & Robertson, Colin & Lacerda, André E.B.
- 333-340 Spatial model of a pyrophite shrub in Mediterranean terrestrial ecosystems
by Usó-Doménech, Josep-Lluis & Nescolarde-Selva, Josué-Antonio & Lloret-Climent, Miguel & González-Franco, Lucía & Alonso-Stenberg, Kristian
- 341-352 The confluences of ideas leading to, and the flow of ideas emerging from, individual-based modeling of riverine fishes
by Jager, Henriette I. & DeAngelis, Donald L.
- 353-369 Assessing timber volume recovery after disturbance in tropical forests – A new modelling framework
by Piponiot, Camille & Derroire, Géraldine & Descroix, Laurent & Mazzei, Lucas & Rutishauser, Ervan & Sist, Plinio & Hérault, Bruno
2018, Volume 383, Issue C
- 3-9 On the use of global DEMs in ecological modelling and the accuracy of new bare-earth DEMs
by Moudrý, Vítězslav & Lecours, Vincent & Gdulová, Kateřina & Gábor, Lukáš & Moudrá, Lucie & Kropáček, Jan & Wild, Jan
- 10-22 To what extent do uncertainty and sensitivity analyses help unravel the influence of microscale physical and biological drivers in soil carbon dynamics models?
by Vogel, L.E. & Pot, V. & Makowski, D. & Garnier, P. & Baveye, P.C.
- 23-30 Additional empirical evidence on the intrinsic trend to stationarity in the long run and the nested relationship between abiotic, biotic and anthropogenic factors starting from the organic biophysics of ecosystems (OBEC)
by Rodríguez, Ricardo A. & Duncan, Janelle M. & Delgado, Juan D. & Vanni, Michael J. & Riera, Rodrigo & González, María J.
- 31-40 A test of functional convergence in carbon fluxes from coupled C and N cycles in Arctic tundra
by Wright, Kelseyann S. & Rocha, Adrian V.
- 41-51 Exploring multiple presence-absence data structures in ecology
by Podani, János & Ódor, Péter & Fattorini, Simone & Strona, Giovanni & Heino, Jani & Schmera, Dénes
- 52-68 Random subset feature selection for ecological niche models of wildfire activity in Western North America
by Tracy, James L. & Trabucco, Antonio & Lawing, A. Michelle & Giermakowski, J. Tomasz & Tchakerian, Maria & Drus, Gail M. & Coulson, Robert N.
- 69-79 Construction of lake reference conditions for nutrient criteria based on system dynamics modelling
by Zhang, Libing & Wu, Lulu & Wu, Chengguo & Jin, Juliang & Huo, Shouliang & Zhou, Yuliang
- 80-90 Community consequences of foraging under fear
by Teckentrup, Lisa & Grimm, Volker & Kramer-Schadt, Stephanie & Jeltsch, Florian
- 91-97 The intrinsic vulnerability of networks to epidemics
by Strona, G. & Carstens, C.J. & Beck, P.S.A. & Han, B.A.
- 98-105 Silver carp larva abundance in response to river flow rate revealed by cross-wavelet modelling
by Shuai, Fangmin & Lek, Sovan & Baehr, Christophe & Park, Young-Seuk & Li, Yuefei & Li, Xinhui
- 106-117 Consequences of spatially variable ocean acidification in the California Current: Lower pH drives strongest declines in benthic species in southern regions while greatest economic impacts occur in northern regions
by Hodgson, Emma E. & Kaplan, Isaac C. & Marshall, Kristin N. & Leonard, Jerry & Essington, Timothy E. & Busch, D. Shallin & Fulton, Elizabeth A. & Harvey, Chris J. & Hermann, Albert J. & McElhany, Paul
- 118-126 Ecological network analysis for urban metabolism and carbon emissions based on input-output tables: A case study of Guangdong province
by Li, Jizhe & Huang, Guohe & Liu, Lirong
- 127-137 Describing the spatial–temporal dynamics of groundwater-dependent vegetation (GDV): A theoretical methodology
by You, Xiaoguang & Liu, Jingling
- 138-149 Between-group pathogen transmission: From processes to modeling
by Hoch, Thierry & Touzeau, Suzanne & Viet, Anne-France & Ezanno, Pauline
- 150-159 To share or not to share? Phytoplankton species coexistence puzzle in a competition model incorporating multiple resource-limitation and synthesizing unit concepts
by Sarker, Subrata & Feudel, Ulrike & Meunier, Cédric L. & Lemke, Peter & Dutta, Partha S. & Wiltshire, Karen H.
- 160-170 Modeling the influence of initial density and copper exposure on the interspecific competition of two algal species
by Kim, Yongeun & Son, Jino & Mo, Hyoung-Ho & Lee, Yun-Sik & Cho, Kijong
2018, Volume 382, Issue C
- 1-8 Regime shifts and hysteresis in the pitcher-plant microecosystem
by Lau, Matthew K. & Baiser, Benjamin & Northrop, Amanda & Gotelli, Nicholas J. & Ellison, Aaron M.
- 9-17 A general approach to incorporating spatial and temporal variation in individual-based models of fish populations with application to Atlantic mackerel
by Boyd, Robin & Roy, Shovonlal & Sibly, Richard & Thorpe, Robert & Hyder, Kieran
- 18-32 A physiologically inspired agent-based approach to model upstream passage of invasive fish at a lock-and-dam
by Zielinski, D.P. & Voller, VR. & Sorensen, P.W.
- 33-42 Effects of contaminants and trophic cascade regulation on food chain stability: Application to cadmium soil pollution on small mammals – Raptor systems
by Baudrot, Virgile & Fritsch, Clémentine & Perasso, Antoine & Banerjee, Malay & Raoul, Francis
- 43-50 The Allee effect in hosts can weaken the dilution effect of host diversity on parasitoid infections
by Chen, Lifan & Huang, Zheng Y.X. & Zhou, Shurong
- 51-62 A depth-resolved artificial neural network model of marine phytoplankton primary production
by Mattei, F. & Franceschini, S. & Scardi, M.
- 63-82 Bibliometric review of ecological network analysis: 2010–2016
by Borrett, Stuart R. & Sheble, Laura & Moody, James & Anway, Evan C.
2018, Volume 381, Issue C
- 1-9 Characterizing the strength of density dependence in at-risk species through Bayesian model averaging
by Bal, Guillaume & Scheuerell, Mark D. & Ward, Eric J.
- 10-22 A length-based mark-recapture model for estimating abundance and recruitment: Removing bias due to size-selective capture gear
by van Poorten, Brett T. & Taylor, Nathan & O’Brien, David & Walters, Carl J.
- 23-35 Multi-objective land use allocation modelling for prioritizing climate-smart agricultural interventions
by Dunnett, A. & Shirsath, P.B. & Aggarwal, P.K. & Thornton, P. & Joshi, P.K. & Pal, B.D. & Khatri-Chhetri, A. & Ghosh, J.
- 36-45 Management of invasive insect species using optimal control theory
by Edholm, Christina J. & Tenhumberg, Brigitte & Guiver, Chris & Jin, Yu & Townley, Stuart & Rebarber, Richard
- 46-77 A beta distribution-based moment closure enhances the reliability of trait-based aggregate models for natural populations and communities
by Klauschies, Toni & Coutinho, Renato Mendes & Gaedke, Ursula
2018, Volume 380, Issue C
- 1-7 Robust stability of closed artificial ecosystem cultivating cabbage realized by ecological thermodynamics and dissipative structure system
by Hu, Dawei & Wang, Kai & Hu, Jingfei & Xu, Xinming & Long, Yufei
- 8-21 Using a spatially-distributed hydrologic biogeochemistry model with a nitrogen transport module to study the spatial variation of carbon processes in a Critical Zone Observatory
by Shi, Yuning & Eissenstat, David M. & He, Yuting & Davis, Kenneth J.
- 22-30 Improving the validation of ecological niche models with remote sensing analysis
by José-Silva, Leandro & dos Santos, Reginaldo Carvalho & de Lima, Bruna Martins & Lima, Mendelson & de Oliveira-Júnior, José Francisco & Teodoro, Paulo Eduardo & Eisenlohr, Pedro V. & da Silva Junior, Carlos Antonio
- 31-39 Frugivory and seed dispersal: Extended bi-stable persistence and reduced clustering of plants
by Mohammed, M.M.A. & Landi, P. & Minoarivelo, H.O. & Hui, C.
- 40-52 Modelling tool for predicting and simulating nitrogen concentrations in cold-climate mining ponds
by Nilsson, Lino & Widerlund, Anders
2018, Volume 379, Issue C
- 1-9 The role of landscape heterogeneity in regulating plant functional diversity under different precipitation and grazing regimes in semi-arid savannas
by Guo, Tong & Weise, Hanna & Fiedler, Sebastian & Lohmann, Dirk & Tietjen, Britta
- 10-21 Intermediate foraging large herbivores maintain semi-open habitats in wilderness landscape simulations
by Schulze, Kiowa Alraune & Rosenthal, Gert & Peringer, Alexander
- 22-38 Economy-pollution nexus model of cities at river basin scale based on multi-agent simulation: A conceptual framework
by Gao, Yan & Liu, Gengyuan & Casazza, Marco & Hao, Yan & Zhang, Yan & Giannetti, Biagio F.
- 39-53 Modeling and uncertainty analysis of carbon and water fluxes in a broad-leaved Korean pine mixed forest based on model-data fusion
by Ren, Xiaoli & He, Honglin & Zhang, Li & Li, Fan & Liu, Min & Yu, Guirui & Zhang, Junhui
- 54-72 Simulation and analysis of ecosystem vulnerability with cascading spread caused by dust migration based on object function GeoPetri net
by Su, Jia & Huang, Guangqiu
2018, Volume 378, Issue C
- 1-12 Simulating crop-disease interactions in agricultural landscapes to analyse the effectiveness of host resistance in disease control: The case of potato late blight
by Pacilly, Francine C.A. & Hofstede, Gert Jan & Lammerts van Bueren, Edith T. & Kessel, Geert J.T. & Groot, Jeroen C.J.
- 13-25 Trophic web structure and ecosystem attributes of a temperate coastal lagoon (Ria de Aveiro, Portugal)
by Bueno-Pardo, Juan & García-Seoane, Eva & Sousa, Ana I. & Coelho, João P. & Morgado, Mariana & Frankenbach, Silja & Ezequiel, João & Vaz, Nuno & Quintino, Victor & Rodrigues, Ana M. & Leandro, Sérgio & Luis, António & Serôdio, João & Cunha, Marina R. & Calado, António J. & Lillebø, Ana & Rebelo, Jose E. & Queiroga, Henrique
- 26-36 Modeling trophic interactions and the impact of an introduced exotic carp species in the Rift Valley Lake Koka, Ethiopia
by Tesfaye, Gashaw & Wolff, Matthias
- 37-45 Modeling and simulation of tree spatial patterns in an oak-hickory forest with a modular, hierarchical spatial point process framework
by Lister, Andrew J. & Leites, Laura P.
- 46-58 Temperature-influenced energetics model for migrating waterfowl
by Aagaard, Kevin J. & Thogmartin, Wayne E. & Lonsdorf, Eric V.
2018, Volume 377, Issue C
- 1-15 An epidemiological model of virus transmission in salmonid fishes of the Columbia River Basin
by Ferguson, Paige F.B. & Breyta, Rachel & Brito, Ilana & Kurath, Gael & LaDeau, Shannon L.
- 16-25 Evaluation of energy-related household carbon footprints in metropolitan areas of Japan
by Long, Yin & Dong, Liang & Yoshida, Yoshikuni & Li, Zhaoling
- 26-34 Evaluation of CLM-Crop for maize growth simulation over Northeast China
by Sheng, Meiling & Liu, Junzhi & Zhu, A-Xing & Rossiter, David G. & Zhu, Liming & Peng, Guoqiang
- 35-50 Modelling the interactions of the hydrothermal mussel Bathymodiolus azoricus with vent fluid
by Husson, Bérengère & Sarrazin, Jozée & van Oevelen, Dick & Sarradin, Pierre-Marie & Soetaert, Karline & Menesguen, Alain
- 51-65 Bridging the gap between ecosystem service indicators and ecosystem accounting in Finland
by Lai, Tin-Yu & Salminen, Jani & Jäppinen, Jukka-Pekka & Koljonen, Saija & Mononen, Laura & Nieminen, Emmi & Vihervaara, Petteri & Oinonen, Soile
2018, Volume 376, Issue C
- 1-14 Modelling assessment of interactions in the Black Sea of the invasive ctenophores Mnemiopsis leidyi and Beroe ovata
by A., Shiganova Tamara & Alekseenko, Elena & Lidia, Moskalenko & Paul, Nival
- 15-27 Sensitivity analyses for simulating pesticide impacts on honey bee colonies
by Kuan, A. Carmen & DeGrandi-Hoffman, Gloria & Curry, Robert J. & Garber, Kristina V. & Kanarek, Andrew R. & Snyder, Marcia N. & Wolfe, Kurt L. & Purucker, S. Thomas
- 28-39 Plastic tree crowns contribute to small-scale heterogeneity in virgin beech forests—An individual-based modeling approach
by Engel, Markus & Körner, Michael & Berger, Uta
- 40-53 Reproducing reproduction: How to simulate mast seeding in forest models
by Vacchiano, Giorgio & Ascoli, Davide & Berzaghi, Fabio & Lucas-Borja, Manuel Esteban & Caignard, Thomas & Collalti, Alessio & Mairota, Paola & Palaghianu, Ciprian & Reyer, Christopher P.O. & Sanders, Tanja G.M. & Schermer, Eliane & Wohlgemuth, Thomas & Hacket-Pain, Andrew
- 54-67 Responses of summer phytoplankton biomass to changes in top-down forcing: Insights from comparative modelling
by Maar, Marie & Butenschön, Momme & Daewel, Ute & Eggert, Anja & Fan, Wei & Hjøllo, Solfrid S. & Hufnagl, Marc & Huret, Martin & Ji, Rubao & Lacroix, Geneviève & Peck, Myron A. & Radtke, Hagen & Sailley, Sévrine & Sinerchia, Matteo & Skogen, Morten D. & Travers-Trolet, Morgane & Troost, Tineke A. & van de Wolfshaar, Karen
- 68-75 The process of connectivity loss during habitat fragmentation and their consequences on population dynamics
by Córdova-Lepe, Fernando & Del Valle, Rodrigo & Ramos-Jiliberto, Rodrigo
2018, Volume 375, Issue C
- 1-12 Parameter uncertainty and sensitivity analysis of water quality model in Lake Taihu, China
by Jiang, Long & Li, Yiping & Zhao, Xu & Tillotson, Martin R. & Wang, Wencai & Zhang, Shuangshuang & Sarpong, Linda & Asmaa, Qhtan & Pan, Baozhu
- 13-19 Modelling weed and vine disturbance in tropical forests after selective logging and clearcutting
by Cazzolla Gatti, Roberto
- 20-29 Metapopulation mirages: Problems parsing process from pattern
by Urban, Natasha A. & Matter, Stephen F.
- 30-44 Modelling benthic invasion by the colonial gastropod Crepidula fornicata and its competition with the bivalve Pecten maximus. 2. Coupling the 0D model of colony-forming species to a connectivity matrix for a realistic distributed simulation of benthic invasion
by Ménesguen, Alain & Hachet, Aloïs & Grégoris, Thomas
- 45-53 Population persistence in landscapes fragmented by roads: Disentangling isolation, mortality, and the effect of dispersal
by Ceia-Hasse, Ana & Navarro, Laetitia M. & Borda-de-Água, Luís & Pereira, Henrique M.
2018, Volume 374, Issue C
- 1-13 Linking obligate mutualism models in an extended consumer-resource framework
by Cropp, Roger & Norbury, John
- 14-21 Internal energy ratios as ecological indicators for description of the phytoremediation process on a manganese tailing site
by Wu, Zijian & Wu, Xiaofu & Yang, Zhihui & Ouyang, Linnan
- 22-36 Modelling vegetation dynamics in managed grasslands: Responses to drivers depend on species richness
by Moulin, Thibault & Perasso, Antoine & Gillet, François
- 37-50 Predicting monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) movement and egg-laying with a spatially-explicit agent-based model: The role of monarch perceptual range and spatial memory
by Grant, Tyler J. & Parry, Hazel R. & Zalucki, Myron P. & Bradbury, Steven P.
- 51-59 Fitting N-mixture models to count data with unmodeled heterogeneity: Bias, diagnostics, and alternative approaches
by Duarte, Adam & Adams, Michael J. & Peterson, James T.
2018, Volume 373, Issue C
- 1-12 Simulating the gross primary production and ecosystem respiration of estuarine ecosystem in North China with AQUATOX
by Yan, Jinxia & Liu, Jingling & You, Xiaoguang & Shi, Xuan & Zhang, Lulu
- 13-21 Teaching systems thinking to general education11‘General education’ is a term applied to curricula that may be required of first-year college students in which they are required to take courses in liberal arts and a variety of sciences and math to ensure that the students enter a major field of study with more broadly applicable thinking and communication skills. See Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curriculum#United_States_2 for background. Accessed 12/18/2017. students
by Mobus, George E.
- 22-24 Multiple hydra effect in a predator–prey model with Allee effect and mutual interference in the predator
by Iskin da S. Costa, Michel & dos Anjos, Lucas
- 25-38 Interplay between contact risk, conspecific density, and landscape connectivity: An individual-based modeling framework
by Tardy, Olivia & Massé, Ariane & Pelletier, Fanie & Fortin, Daniel
- 39-52 Constructing a hybrid species distribution model from standard large-scale distribution data
by Singer, Alexander & Schweiger, Oliver & Kühn, Ingolf & Johst, Karin
- 53-67 The development of land use planning scenarios based on land suitability and its influences on eco-hydrological responses in the upstream of the Huaihe River basin
by Yu, Dan & Xie, Ping & Dong, Xiaohua & Su, Bob & Hu, Xiaonong & Wang, Kai & Xu, Shijin
2018, Volume 372, Issue C
- 1-11 Using the EFDC model to evaluate the risks of eutrophication in an urban constructed pond from different water supply strategies
by Luo, Xi & Li, Xuyong
- 12-23 Sensitivity of the simulated Oxygen Minimum Zone to biogeochemical processes at an oligotrophic site in the Arabian Sea
by Sankar, S. & Polimene, L. & Marin, L. & Menon, N.N. & Samuelsen, A. & Pastres, R. & Ciavatta, S.
- 24-32 Forage-SAFE: a model for assessing the impact of tree cover on wood pasture profitability
by García de Jalón, S. & Graves, A. & Moreno, G. & Palma, J.H.N. & Crous-Durán, J. & Kay, S. & Burgess, P.J.
- 33-52 Predicting canopy biophysical properties and sensitivity of plant carbon uptake to water limitations with a coupled eco-hydrological framework
by Lowman, Lauren E.L. & Barros, Ana P.
- 53-63 Analysis and modeling of algal blooms in the Nakdong River, Korea
by Bae, Soonyim & Seo, Dongil
- 64-69 Mathematical consideration of the age-related decline in leaf biomass in forest stands under the self-thinning law
by Ogawa, Kazuharu
2018, Volume 371, Issue C
- 1-17 A frame-based modelling approach to understanding changes in the distribution and abundance of sardine and anchovy in the southern Benguela
by Watermeyer, K.E. & Jarre, A. & Shannon, L.J. & Mulumba, P. & Botha, J.
- 18-24 Review of spatial analysis of urban carbon metabolism
by Zhang, Yan & Wu, Qiong & Fath, Brian D.
- 25-36 Deviations on a theme: Peat patterning in sub-tropical landscapes
by Zweig, Christa L. & Newman, Susan & Saunders, Colin J. & Sklar, Fred H. & Kitchens, Wiley M.
- 37-49 Forecasting the ongoing invasion of Lagocephalus sceleratus in the Mediterranean Sea
by Coro, Gianpaolo & Vilas, Luis Gonzalez & Magliozzi, Chiara & Ellenbroek, Anton & Scarponi, Paolo & Pagano, Pasquale
- 50-59 Estimating acute mortality of Lepidoptera caused by the cultivation of insect-resistant Bt maize – The LepiX model
by Fahse, Lorenz & Papastefanou, Phillip & Otto, Mathias
- 60-75 Agent Based Modelling (ABM) of eelgrass (Zostera marina) seedbank dynamics in a shallow Danish estuary
by Kuusemäe, Kadri & von Thenen, Miriam & Lange, Troels & Rasmussen, Erik Kock & Pothoff, Michael & Sousa, Ana I. & Flindt, Mogens R.
- 76-89 Exploring adaptation strategies of coffee production to climate change using a process-based model
by Rahn, Eric & Vaast, Philippe & Läderach, Peter & van Asten, Piet & Jassogne, Laurence & Ghazoul, Jaboury
- 90-100 Bayesian calibration of simple forest models with multiplicative mathematical structure: A case study with two Light Use Efficiency models in an alpine forest
by Bagnara, Maurizio & Van Oijen, Marcel & Cameron, David & Gianelle, Damiano & Magnani, Federico & Sottocornola, Matteo
- 101-118 Reprint of “Validation approaches of an expert-based Bayesian Belief Network in northern Ghana, West Africa”
by Kleemann, Janina & Celio, Enrico & Fürst, Christine
- 119-122 An industrial ecology teaching exercise on cycling e-waste
by Kangas, Patrick & Seibel, Gary E.
2018, Volume 370, Issue C
- 1-13 Learning how to understand complexity and deal with sustainability challenges – A framework for a comprehensive approach and its application in university education
by Willamo, R. & Helenius, L. & Holmström, C. & Haapanen, L. & Sandström, V. & Huotari, E. & Kaarre, K. & Värre, U. & Nuotiomäki, A. & Happonen, J. & Kolehmainen, L.
- 14-21 Dome-shaped transition between positive and negative interactions maintains higher persistence and biomass in more complex ecological networks
by Yan, Chuan & Zhang, Zhibin
- 22-32 Water column processes differentially influence richness and diversity of neutral, lumpy and intransitive phytoplankton assemblages
by Withrow, Frances G. & Roelke, Daniel L. & Muhl, Rika M.W. & Bhattacharyya, Joydeb
- 33-49 A spatially explicit agent-based simulation model of a reservoir host of cutaneous leishmaniasis, Rhombomys opimus
by Rajabi, Mohammadreza & Mansourian, Ali & Pilesjö, Petter & Shirzadi, Mohammad Reza & Fadaei, Reza & Ramazanpour, Javad
- 50-58 Modelling the impact of hydrodynamic turbulence on the competition between Microcystis and Chlorella for light
by Yu, Qian & Liu, Zhaowei & Chen, Yongcan & Zhu, Dejun & Li, Na
- 59-66 Exploitative competition of invaders differentially influences the diversity of neutral, lumpy and intransitive phytoplankton assemblages in spatially heterogeneous environments
by Bhattacharyya, Joydeb & Roelke, Daniel L. & Muhl, Rika M.W. & Withrow, Frances G.
2018, Volume 369, Issue C
- 1-12 Predicting Heliothis (Helicoverpa armigera) pest population dynamics with an age-structured insect population model driven by satellite data
by Blum, Moshe & Nestel, David & Cohen, Yafit & Goldshtein, Eitan & Helman, David & Lensky, Itamar M.
- 13-41 Integrating spatio-temporal variation in resource availability and herbivore movements into rangeland management: RaMDry—An agent-based model on livestock feeding ecology in a dynamic, heterogeneous, semi-arid environment
by Fust, Pascal & Schlecht, Eva
- 42-65 A class exercise for Systems Ecology: Synthesis of stream energetics and testing Allen’s paradox
by Hall, Charles A.S. & Knickmeyer, Frances & Wiegman, Adrian & Brainard, Andrew & Diaz, Avriel Rose & Huynh, Carolyn & Mead, Jerry
- 66-76 Multi-scale analysis of the energy metabolic processes in the Beijing–Tianjin–Hebei (Jing-Jin-Ji) urban agglomeration
by Hao, Yan & Zhang, Menghui & Zhang, Yan & Fu, Chenling & Lu, Zhongming
- 77-87 Modelling the dynamics of grapevine growth over years
by Nogueira Júnior, Antonio F. & Amorim, Lilian & Savary, Serge & Willocquet, Laetitia
- 88-100 Modeling the forest phosphorus nutrition in a southwestern Swedish forest site
by Yu, Lin & Zanchi, Giuliana & Akselsson, Cecilia & Wallander, Håkan & Belyazid, Salim
2018, Volume 368, Issue C
- 1-14 Sensitivity of WOFOST-based modelling solutions to crop parameters under climate change
by Gilardelli, Carlo & Confalonieri, Roberto & Cappelli, Giovanni Alessandro & Bellocchi, Gianni
- 15-26 An integrated stochastic economic-ecological-social model with stratified-population
by Rodriguez-Gonzalez, Pablo T. & Rico-Martinez, Ramiro & Rico-Ramirez, Vicente
- 27-32 Patch dynamics of various plant-animal interactions in fragmented landscapes
by Xu, Zhichao & Shen, Yang & Liao, Jinbao
- 33-40 Notes from an introductory course on Field Systems Ecology
by Patten, Bernard C. & Fath, Brian D.
- 41-51 Long-term structural and functional changes driven by climate variability and fishery regimes in a sandy beach ecosystem
by Lercari, Diego & Defeo, Omar & Ortega, Leonardo & Orlando, Luis & Gianelli, Ignacio & Celentano, Eleonora
- 52-68 Responses of the terrestrial carbon cycle to drought over China: Modeling sensitivities of the interactive nitrogen and dynamic vegetation
by Jia, Binghao & Wang, Yuanyuan & Xie, Zhenghui
- 69-77 Sustainability factors in dynamical systems modeling: Simulating the non-linear aspects of multiple equilibria
by Dorsey, Joseph W. & Hardy, Leon C.
- 78-93 A hierarchical modelling framework for assessing physical and biochemical characteristics of a regulated river
by Tranmer, Andrew W. & Marti, Clelia L. & Tonina, Daniele & Benjankar, Rohan & Weigel, Dana & Vilhena, Leticia & McGrath, Claire & Goodwin, Peter & Tiedemann, Matthew & Mckean, Jim & Imberger, Jörg
- 94-103 Food web dynamics in trophic hierarchies
by Endrédi, Anett & Senánszky, Vera & Libralato, Simone & Jordán, Ferenc
- 104-110 Quantitative predictions from competition theory with an incomplete knowledge of model parameters tested against experiments across diverse taxa
by Fort, Hugo
- 111-120 Mathematical modelling for phytoplankton distribution in Sundarbans Estuarine System, India
by Das, Tanaya & Chakraborti, Saranya & Mukherjee, Joydeep & Sen, Goutam Kumar
- 121-135 Natural capital and environmental flows assessment in marine protected areas: The case study of Liguria region (NW Mediterranean Sea)
by Paoli, C. & Povero, P. & Burgos, E. & Dapueto, G. & Fanciulli, G. & Massa, F. & Scarpellini, P. & Vassallo, P.
- 136-146 Causal networks reveal the dominance of bottom-up interactions in large, deep lakes
by Frossard, Victor & Rimet, Frédéric & Perga, Marie-Elodie
- 147-157 A methodology to quantify the long-term changes in social networks of competing species
by Bani-Yaghoub, Majid & Reed, Aaron
- 158-168 Application and evaluation of the HEC-RAS – riparian vegetation simulation module to the Sacramento River
by Wang, Junna & Zhang, Zhonglong & Greimann, Blair & Huang, Victor
- 169-179 The role of microzooplankton trophic interactions in modelling a suite of mesocosm ecosystems
by Su, Bei & Pahlow, Markus & Prowe, A. E. Friederike
- 180-190 Constructed wetland modelling for watershed ecosystem protection under a certain economic load: A case study at the Chaohu Lake watershed, China
by Ni, Jingneng & Xu, Jiuping & Zhang, Mengxiang
- 191-197 Population dynamics of mutualism and intraspecific density dependence: How θ-logistic density dependence affects mutualistic positive feedback
by Moore, Christopher M. & Catella, Samantha A. & Abbott, Karen C.
- 198-204 Aligning dam removals and road culvert upgrades boosts conservation return-on-investment
by Fitzpatrick, Kimberly B. & Neeson, Thomas M.
- 205-232 Evaluation and improvement of the daily boreal ecosystem productivity simulator in simulating gross primary productivity at 41 flux sites across Europe
by Zhang, Sha & Zhang, Jiahua & Bai, Yun & Koju, Upama Ashish & Igbawua, Tertsea & Chang, Qing & Zhang, Da & Yao, Fengmei
- 233-245 A reverse ray-tracing method for modelling the net radiative flux in leaf-resolving plant canopy simulations
by Bailey, Brian N.
- 246-256 Spatially-explicit model for assessing wild dog control strategies in Western Australia
by Pacioni, Carlo & Kennedy, Malcolm S. & Berry, Oliver & Stephens, Danielle & Schumaker, Nathan H.
- 257-264 Effects of incorporating age-specific traits of zooplankton into a marine ecosystem model
by Tanioka, Tatsuro & Matsumoto, Katsumi
- 265-276 Risky business: The combined effects of fishing and changes in primary productivity on fish communities
by Fu, Caihong & Travers-Trolet, Morgane & Velez, Laure & Grüss, Arnaud & Bundy, Alida & Shannon, Lynne J. & Fulton, Elizabeth A. & Akoglu, Ekin & Houle, Jennifer E. & Coll, Marta & Verley, Philippe & Heymans, Johanna J. & John, Emma & Shin, Yunne-Jai
- 277-287 Modelling benthic invasion by the colonial gastropod Crepidula fornicataand its competition with the bivalve Pecten maximus. 1. A new 0D model for population dynamics of colony-forming species
by Ménesguen, Alain & Grégoris, Thomas
- 288-297 A robust optimization approach for solving problems in conservation planning
by Haider, Zulqarnain & Charkhgard, Hadi & Kwon, Changhyun
- 298-311 Modeling population dynamics of roseate terns (Sterna dougallii) in the Northwest Atlantic Ocean
by García-Quismondo, Manuel & Nisbet, Ian C.T. & Mostello, Carolyn & Reed, J. Michael
- 312-320 Sustainability of small-scale fisheries in the middle Negro River (Amazonas – Brazil): A model with operational and biological variables
by Inomata, Sandrelly Oliveira & Gonzalez, Alba Maria Guadalupe Orellana & Román, Rodrigo Máximo Sánchez & de Souza, Lucirene Aguiar & de Carvalho Freitas, Carlos Edwar
- 321-335 Modelling movements of Saimaa ringed seals using an individual-based approach
by Liukkonen, Lauri & Ayllón, Daniel & Kunnasranta, Mervi & Niemi, Marja & Nabe-Nielsen, Jacob & Grimm, Volker & Nyman, Anna-Maija
- 336-343 Exploring approaches and dimensions of human transformity through an educational case
by Lupinacci, Daniel M. & Bonilla, Silvia H.
- 344-356 A systematic approach to identifying key parameters and processes in agroecosystem models
by Myrgiotis, Vasileios & Rees, Robert M. & Topp, Cairistiona F.E. & Williams, Mathew
- 357-376 A high-resolution modeling study on diel and seasonal vertical migrations of high-latitude copepods
by Bandara, Kanchana & Varpe, Øystein & Ji, Rubao & Eiane, Ketil
- 377-390 Global sensitivity analysis of a dynamic vegetation model: Model sensitivity depends on successional time, climate and competitive interactions
by Huber, Nica & Bugmann, Harald & Lafond, Valentine
- 391-403 Discretizing environmental data for learning Bayesian-network classifiers
by Ropero, R.F. & Renooij, S. & van der Gaag, L.C.
- 404-410 A probabilistic method to enhance understanding of nutrient limitation dynamics of phytoplankton
by Liang, Zhongyao & Wu, Sifeng & Chen, Huili & Yu, Yanhong & Liu, Yong
- 411-424 Assessing, valuing and mapping ecosystem services at city level: The case of Uppsala (Sweden)
by Nikodinoska, Natasha & Paletto, Alessandro & Pastorella, Fabio & Granvik, Madeleine & Franzese, Pier Paolo
2018, Volume 367, Issue C
- 1-9 Estimation of periphyton dynamics in a temperate catchment using a distributed nutrient-runoff model
by Kazama, So & Watanabe, Kengo
- 13-23 Assessing the performance of common landscape connectivity metrics using a virtual ecologist approach
by Simpkins, Craig E. & Dennis, Todd E. & Etherington, Thomas R. & Perry, George L.W.
- 24-33 Developing a water and nitrogen management model for greenhouse vegetable production in China: Sensitivity analysis and evaluation
by Liang, Hao & Hu, Kelin & Batchelor, William D. & Qin, Wei & Li, Baoguo
- 34-41 Sustainable use of marine resources through offshore wind and mussel farm co-location
by Di Tullio, Giacomo R. & Mariani, Patrizio & Benassai, Guido & Di Luccio, Diana & Grieco, Luisa
- 42-57 Clark’s Crow: A design plugin to support emergy analysis decision making towards sustainable urban ecologies
by Keena, Naomi & Raugei, Marco & Aly Etman, Mohamed & Ruan, Daniel & Dyson, Anna
- 58-67 Understanding the mechanism of urban material metabolism with ecological network analysis: An experimental study of Wuxi, China
by Li, Yanxian & Wang, Xinjing & Tian, Xin & Zhang, Yan
2017, Volume 365, Issue C
- 1-9 Accounting for multiple stressors influencing living marine resources in a complex estuarine ecosystem using an Atlantis model
by Ihde, Thomas F. & Townsend, Howard M.
- 10-29 Validation approaches of an expert-based Bayesian Belief Network in Northern Ghana, West Africa
by Kleemann, Janina & Celio, Enrico & Fürst, Christine
- 30-44 Carbon footprints of urban transition: Tracking circular economy promotions in Guiyang, China
by Fang, Kai & Dong, Liang & Ren, Jingzheng & Zhang, Qifeng & Han, Ling & Fu, Huizhen
- 45-54 MFA-based analysis of CO2 emissions from typical industry in urban — As a case of steel industry
by Na, Hong-ming & Gao, Cheng-kang & Tian, Ming-yan & Qi, Zhao-qian & Ye, Zhou