Tag Archives: Theoretical modelling

Biodiversity and temporal constraints

We developed a dynamic model that mimics the use of different resource types by a community of competing species. We investigated the effects of different environmental constraints (affecting either directly the growth rate of species or having indirect effects on their resources) on several biodiversity indicators. Continue reading

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The Red-eared Slider (Trachemys scripta elegans) an emblematic exotic pets in France.

A Multi-Agent Systems, or MAS, has been designed like an aid to reflection to bring a new point of view to the manager of this socio-ecological problems. It shows that direct actions have only few short-term effects on the abundance of wild turtles in green spaces and have no effect on the level of public concern about environmental issues. It also show that a mixture of different communication strategies improved the awareness and attitudes towards issues related to introduced species Continue reading

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