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Exploring, exploiting and evolving diversity of aquatic ecosystem models: a community perspective

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Exploring, exploiting and evolving diversity of aquatic ecosystem models : a community perspective. / Janssen, Annette B. G.; Arhonditsis, George B.; Beusen, Arthur; Bolding, Karsten; Bruce, Louise; Bruggeman, Jorn; Couture, Raoul-Marie; Downing, Andrea S.; Elliott, J. Alex; Frassl, Marieke A.; Gal, Gideon; Gerla, Daan J.; Hipsey, Matthew R.; Hu, Fenjuan; Ives, Stephen C.; Janse, Jan H.; Jeppesen, Erik; Joehnk, Klaus D.; Kneis, David; Kong, Xiangzhen; Kuiper, Jan J.; Lehmann, Moritz K.; Lemmen, Carsten; Oezkundakci, Deniz; Petzoldt, Thomas; Rinke, Karsten; Robson, Barbara J.; Sachse, Rene; Schep, Sebastiaan A.; Schmid, Martin; Scholten, Huub; Teurlincx, Sven; Trolle, Dennis; Troost, Tineke A.; Van Dam, Anne A.; Van Gerven, Luuk P. A.; Weijerman, Mariska; Wells, Scott A.; Mooij, Wolf M.

In: Aquatic Ecology, Vol. 49, No. 4, 12.2015, p. 513-548.

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Harvard

Janssen, ABG, Arhonditsis, GB, Beusen, A, Bolding, K, Bruce, L, Bruggeman, J, Couture, R-M, Downing, AS, Elliott, JA, Frassl, MA, Gal, G, Gerla, DJ, Hipsey, MR, Hu, F, Ives, SC, Janse, JH, Jeppesen, E, Joehnk, KD, Kneis, D, Kong, X, Kuiper, JJ, Lehmann, MK, Lemmen, C, Oezkundakci, D, Petzoldt, T, Rinke, K, Robson, BJ, Sachse, R, Schep, SA, Schmid, M, Scholten, H, Teurlincx, S, Trolle, D, Troost, TA, Van Dam, AA, Van Gerven, LPA, Weijerman, M, Wells, SA & Mooij, WM 2015, 'Exploring, exploiting and evolving diversity of aquatic ecosystem models: a community perspective', Aquatic Ecology, vol. 49, no. 4, pp. 513-548. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10452-015-9544-1

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Janssen, A. B. G., Arhonditsis, G. B., Beusen, A., Bolding, K., Bruce, L., Bruggeman, J., Couture, R-M., Downing, A. S., Elliott, J. A., Frassl, M. A., Gal, G., Gerla, D. J., Hipsey, M. R., Hu, F., Ives, S. C., Janse, J. H., Jeppesen, E., Joehnk, K. D., Kneis, D., ... Mooij, W. M. (2015). Exploring, exploiting and evolving diversity of aquatic ecosystem models: a community perspective. Aquatic Ecology, 49(4), 513-548. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10452-015-9544-1

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Janssen ABG, Arhonditsis GB, Beusen A, Bolding K, Bruce L, Bruggeman J, Couture R-M, Downing AS, Elliott JA, Frassl MA, Gal G, Gerla DJ, Hipsey MR, Hu F, Ives SC, Janse JH, Jeppesen E, Joehnk KD, Kneis D, Kong X, Kuiper JJ, Lehmann MK, Lemmen C, Oezkundakci D, Petzoldt T, Rinke K, Robson BJ, Sachse R, Schep SA, Schmid M, Scholten H, Teurlincx S, Trolle D, Troost TA, Van Dam AA, Van Gerven LPA, Weijerman M, Wells SA, Mooij WM. 2015. Exploring, exploiting and evolving diversity of aquatic ecosystem models: a community perspective. Aquatic Ecology. 49(4):513-548. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10452-015-9544-1

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Janssen ABG, Arhonditsis GB, Beusen A, Bolding K, Bruce L, Bruggeman J et al. Exploring, exploiting and evolving diversity of aquatic ecosystem models: a community perspective. Aquatic Ecology. 2015 Dec;49(4):513-548. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10452-015-9544-1

Author

Janssen, Annette B. G. ; Arhonditsis, George B. ; Beusen, Arthur ; Bolding, Karsten ; Bruce, Louise ; Bruggeman, Jorn ; Couture, Raoul-Marie ; Downing, Andrea S. ; Elliott, J. Alex ; Frassl, Marieke A. ; Gal, Gideon ; Gerla, Daan J. ; Hipsey, Matthew R. ; Hu, Fenjuan ; Ives, Stephen C. ; Janse, Jan H. ; Jeppesen, Erik ; Joehnk, Klaus D. ; Kneis, David ; Kong, Xiangzhen ; Kuiper, Jan J. ; Lehmann, Moritz K. ; Lemmen, Carsten ; Oezkundakci, Deniz ; Petzoldt, Thomas ; Rinke, Karsten ; Robson, Barbara J. ; Sachse, Rene ; Schep, Sebastiaan A. ; Schmid, Martin ; Scholten, Huub ; Teurlincx, Sven ; Trolle, Dennis ; Troost, Tineke A. ; Van Dam, Anne A. ; Van Gerven, Luuk P. A. ; Weijerman, Mariska ; Wells, Scott A. ; Mooij, Wolf M. / Exploring, exploiting and evolving diversity of aquatic ecosystem models : a community perspective. In: Aquatic Ecology. 2015 ; Vol. 49, No. 4. pp. 513-548.

Bibtex

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title = "Exploring, exploiting and evolving diversity of aquatic ecosystem models: a community perspective",
abstract = "Here, we present a community perspective on how to explore, exploit and evolve the diversity in aquatic ecosystem models. These models play an important role in understanding the functioning of aquatic ecosystems, filling in observation gaps and developing effective strategies for water quality management. In this spirit, numerous models have been developed since the 1970s. We set off to explore model diversity by making an inventory among 42 aquatic ecosystem modellers, by categorizing the resulting set of models and by analysing them for diversity. We then focus on how to exploit model diversity by comparing and combining different aspects of existing models. Finally, we discuss how model diversity came about in the past and could evolve in the future. Throughout our study, we use analogies from biodiversity research to analyse and interpret model diversity. We recommend to make models publicly available through open-source policies, to standardize documentation and technical implementation of models, and to compare models through ensemble modelling and interdisciplinary approaches. We end with our perspective on how the field of aquatic ecosystem modelling might develop in the next 5-10 years. To strive for clarity and to improve readability for non-modellers, we include a glossary.",
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author = "Janssen, {Annette B. G.} and Arhonditsis, {George B.} and Arthur Beusen and Karsten Bolding and Louise Bruce and Jorn Bruggeman and Raoul-Marie Couture and Downing, {Andrea S.} and Elliott, {J. Alex} and Frassl, {Marieke A.} and Gideon Gal and Gerla, {Daan J.} and Hipsey, {Matthew R.} and Fenjuan Hu and Ives, {Stephen C.} and Janse, {Jan H.} and Erik Jeppesen and Joehnk, {Klaus D.} and David Kneis and Xiangzhen Kong and Kuiper, {Jan J.} and Lehmann, {Moritz K.} and Carsten Lemmen and Deniz Oezkundakci and Thomas Petzoldt and Karsten Rinke and Robson, {Barbara J.} and Rene Sachse and Schep, {Sebastiaan A.} and Martin Schmid and Huub Scholten and Sven Teurlincx and Dennis Trolle and Troost, {Tineke A.} and {Van Dam}, {Anne A.} and {Van Gerven}, {Luuk P. A.} and Mariska Weijerman and Wells, {Scott A.} and Mooij, {Wolf M.}",
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RIS

TY - JOUR

T1 - Exploring, exploiting and evolving diversity of aquatic ecosystem models

T2 - a community perspective

AU - Janssen, Annette B. G.

AU - Arhonditsis, George B.

AU - Beusen, Arthur

AU - Bolding, Karsten

AU - Bruce, Louise

AU - Bruggeman, Jorn

AU - Couture, Raoul-Marie

AU - Downing, Andrea S.

AU - Elliott, J. Alex

AU - Frassl, Marieke A.

AU - Gal, Gideon

AU - Gerla, Daan J.

AU - Hipsey, Matthew R.

AU - Hu, Fenjuan

AU - Ives, Stephen C.

AU - Janse, Jan H.

AU - Jeppesen, Erik

AU - Joehnk, Klaus D.

AU - Kneis, David

AU - Kong, Xiangzhen

AU - Kuiper, Jan J.

AU - Lehmann, Moritz K.

AU - Lemmen, Carsten

AU - Oezkundakci, Deniz

AU - Petzoldt, Thomas

AU - Rinke, Karsten

AU - Robson, Barbara J.

AU - Sachse, Rene

AU - Schep, Sebastiaan A.

AU - Schmid, Martin

AU - Scholten, Huub

AU - Teurlincx, Sven

AU - Trolle, Dennis

AU - Troost, Tineke A.

AU - Van Dam, Anne A.

AU - Van Gerven, Luuk P. A.

AU - Weijerman, Mariska

AU - Wells, Scott A.

AU - Mooij, Wolf M.

PY - 2015/12

Y1 - 2015/12

N2 - Here, we present a community perspective on how to explore, exploit and evolve the diversity in aquatic ecosystem models. These models play an important role in understanding the functioning of aquatic ecosystems, filling in observation gaps and developing effective strategies for water quality management. In this spirit, numerous models have been developed since the 1970s. We set off to explore model diversity by making an inventory among 42 aquatic ecosystem modellers, by categorizing the resulting set of models and by analysing them for diversity. We then focus on how to exploit model diversity by comparing and combining different aspects of existing models. Finally, we discuss how model diversity came about in the past and could evolve in the future. Throughout our study, we use analogies from biodiversity research to analyse and interpret model diversity. We recommend to make models publicly available through open-source policies, to standardize documentation and technical implementation of models, and to compare models through ensemble modelling and interdisciplinary approaches. We end with our perspective on how the field of aquatic ecosystem modelling might develop in the next 5-10 years. To strive for clarity and to improve readability for non-modellers, we include a glossary.

AB - Here, we present a community perspective on how to explore, exploit and evolve the diversity in aquatic ecosystem models. These models play an important role in understanding the functioning of aquatic ecosystems, filling in observation gaps and developing effective strategies for water quality management. In this spirit, numerous models have been developed since the 1970s. We set off to explore model diversity by making an inventory among 42 aquatic ecosystem modellers, by categorizing the resulting set of models and by analysing them for diversity. We then focus on how to exploit model diversity by comparing and combining different aspects of existing models. Finally, we discuss how model diversity came about in the past and could evolve in the future. Throughout our study, we use analogies from biodiversity research to analyse and interpret model diversity. We recommend to make models publicly available through open-source policies, to standardize documentation and technical implementation of models, and to compare models through ensemble modelling and interdisciplinary approaches. We end with our perspective on how the field of aquatic ecosystem modelling might develop in the next 5-10 years. To strive for clarity and to improve readability for non-modellers, we include a glossary.

KW - Water quality

KW - Ecology

KW - Geochemistry

KW - Hydrology

KW - Hydraulics

KW - Hydrodynamics

KW - Physical environment

KW - Socio-economics

KW - Model availability

KW - Standardization

KW - Linking

KW - SURFACE-WATER QUALITY

KW - SWAN RIVER ESTUARY

KW - SIMULATION-MODEL

KW - SHALLOW LAKES

KW - BIOGEOCHEMICAL MODEL

KW - DYNAMIC-MODEL

KW - PART 1

KW - PHYTOPLANKTON RESPONSES

KW - DIFFERENTIAL-EQUATIONS

KW - NEOLITHIC TRANSITION

U2 - 10.1007/s10452-015-9544-1

DO - 10.1007/s10452-015-9544-1

M3 - Journal article

VL - 49

SP - 513

EP - 548

JO - Aquatic Ecology

JF - Aquatic Ecology

SN - 1386-2588

IS - 4

ER -