Vol. 2: Second Issue (2020)
Second Issue (2020)

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Tony Jakeman, Ioannis Athanasiadis, Serena Hamilton
Editorial: SESMO Special Issues

Research Papers

Sondoss Elsawah, Tatiana Filatova, Anthony J. Jakeman, Albert J. Kettner, Moira L. Zellner, Ioannis N. Athanasiadis, Serena H. Hamilton, Robert L. Axtell, Daniel G. Brown, Jonathan M. Gilligan, Marco A. Janssen, Derek T. Robinson, Julie Rozenberg, Isaac I. T. Ullah, Steve J. Lade
Eight grand challenges in socio-environmental systems modeling
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Meike Will, Jurgen Groeneveld, Karin Frank, Birgit Muller
Combining social network analysis and agent-based modelling to explore dynamics of human interaction: A review
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Baihua Fu, Joseph H.A. Guillaume, Anthony J. Jakeman, Michael J. Asher
A bricolage-style exploratory scenario analysis to manage uncertainty in socio-environmental systems modeling: investigating integrated water management options
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Laura Uusitalo, Susanna Jernberg, Patrik Korn, Riikka Puntila-Dodd, Annaliina Skytta, Suvi Vikstrom
Fuzzy cognitive mapping of Baltic Archipelago Sea food webs reveals no cliqued views of the system structure between stakeholder groups
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Nina Schwarz, Gunnar Dressler, Karin Frank, Wander Jager, Marco Janssen, Birgit Muller, Maja Schluter, Nanda Wijermans, Jurgen Groeneveld
Formalising theories of human decision-making for agent-based modelling of social-ecological systems: practical lessons learned and ways forward
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Grace B. Villamor, David L. Griffith, Andrew Kliskey, Lilian Alessa
Contrasting stakeholder and scientist conceptual models of food-energy-water systems: a case study in Magic Valley, Southern Idaho
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Alessandro Taberna, Tatiana Filatova, Debraj Roy, Brayton Noll
Tracing resilience, social dynamics and behavioral change: a review of agent-based flood risk models
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Flora Mer, Walter Baethgen, R. Willem Vervoort
Building trust in SWAT model scenarios through a multi-institutional approach in Uruguay
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