The SLEUTH model, also known as the Clarke Cellular Automata Urban Growth Model or as the Clarke Urban Growth Model, is intended to simulate urban growth in order to aid in understanding of how expanding urban areas consume their surrounding land, and the environmental impact this has on the local environment.
The IAN symbol libraries contain over 1500 custom-made vector symbols (in 32 categories) designed specifically for enhancing science communication skills. The libraries are designed primarily for use with Adobe Illustrator (requires version 10 or better), however we also offer eps and svg versions for non-Illustrator users.
MINOE is a new tool to help navigate existing laws and regulations (and associated agencies) in an ecosystem context. The tool allows users to construct (or import) an ecosystem model representing elements and relationships of interest to the user.
Social Values for Ecosystem Services (SolVES) is a GIS-based tool designed to assess, map, and quantify the perceived social values for ecosystem services, such as aesthetics, biodiversity, and recreation.
Multi-species Community-Based Fisheries Monitoring and Mapping Tool is a portable, freely distributed EBM tool that provides real time management functionality to track multi-species fisheries quotas and interactions with protected species, as well as assist in community based management decision making.
Inexpensive, automated, and user-friendly modelling software solution for forest management planning, serving the different stakeholders involved with the impact of changes in forest landscapes as well as policy makers.
The MSVPA-X model is a trophic dynamics model focusing on interactions between fish species within exploited communities. The primary output is time and age-variant predation mortality rates for all modeled species.
SimCLIM is an “open-framework” modelling system that can be customised, maintained and applied by users for the purpose of examining impacts and adaptations to climate variability and change, including extreme climatic events.
Varies with application
climate change risk and adaptation assessment modeling system,