On this page you will find some info on the different models I have worked on during my career, including a quick overview of their objectives and where to find them when available.
The Exploring Seed-Animal-Landscape Interactions Model (eSALI)
Developed in GAMA, this model explores the small scale spatial interactions between two seed dispersers and landscape configurations while focusing on seed rain patterns of both native and nonnative plant species.
The Spatial Planning of Optimal Rewilding Effort Model (SPORE)
This grid-based framework is used to identify spatially optimal areas to rewild landscapes in order to maximize ecosystem services
The Rhopalosiphum Padi Spatial Dynamics Simulator (RHAPSODY)
RHAPSODY builds upon ATLAS and adds a grid-based approach to simulate precise aphid population dynamics in relation to the spatial-temporal variation of climate and habitat availability. The goal is to better understand which seasonal parameters affect population growth, and identify management recommendations.
The Agricultural Landscape Simulator (ATLAS)
ATLAS reproduces the daily spatial-temporal dynamics of agricultural landscapes through crop rotations and phenology, with the goal of modelling observed landscape configuration and composition.