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Ecopath with Ecosim food web modelling approach (ODIS id: 1097)

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First entry: 23/11/2020 Last update: 23/11/2020
Submitter/Owner Jeroen Steenbeek ( OceanExpert : 44147 )
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Datasource URL http://ecopath.org/downloads
Parent Project URL http://ecopath.org
English name Ecopath with Ecosim food web modelling approach
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Acronym EwE
Citation Christensen, V., and Walters, C.J. (2004). Ecopath with Ecosim: methods, capabilities and limitations. Ecological Modelling 172, 109–139. Heymans, J.J., Coll, M., Link, J.S., Mackinson, S., Steenbeek, J., and Christensen, V. (2016). Best practice in Ecopath with Ecosim food-web models for ecosystem-based management. Ecological Modelling 331, 173–184.
Abstract Ecopath with Ecosim or EwE is an open-source and freely available food web modelling approach with over 1000 peer-reviewed publications and an estimated 9000 users world-wide
Contact name Jeroen Steenbeek
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Technical notes Steenbeek, J., Buszowski, J., Christensen, V., Akoglu, E., Aydin, K., Ellis, N., Felinto, D., Guitton, J., Lucey, S., Kearney, K., et al. (2016). Ecopath with Ecosim as a model-building toolbox: Source code capabilities, extensions, and variations. Ecological Modelling 319, 178–189.
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