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.
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.
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.
Zonation is a framework for large-scale conservation planning. It identifies areas, or landscapes, that are important for retaining habitat quality and connectivity for multiple species, implicitly aiming at long term persistence of species.
SSFATE is an integrated system combining a Geographic Information System (GIS) with a computational model that predicts the transport, dispersion, and settling of suspended sediments released to the water column as a result of dredging operations.
PRMS is a modular design, distributed parameter, physical process watershed model developed to evaluate the effects of various combinations of precipitation, climate, and land use on watershed response.