Ecopath with Ecosim

Ecopath with Ecosim (EwE) is a free ecological/ecosystem modeling software suite. EwE has three main components: Ecopath – a static, mass-balanced snapshot of the system; Ecosim – a time dynamic simulation module for policy exploration; and Ecospace – a spatial and temporal dynamic module primarily designed for exploring impact and placement of protected areas. The Ecopath software package can be used to: Address ecological questions; Evaluate ecosystem effects of fishing; Explore management policy options; Analyze impact and placement of marine protected areas; Predict movement and accumulation of contaminants and tracers (Ecotracer); Model effect of environmental changes; acilitate end-to-end model construction.

References in zbMATH (referenced in 14 articles , 1 standard article )

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  1. Awender, Stefan; Wackerbauer, Renate; Breed, Greg A.: Stability of generalized ecological-network models (2021)
  2. Bailey, Richard M.; van der Grient, Jesse M. A.: OSIRIS: a model for integrating the effects of multiple stressors on marine ecosystems (2020)
  3. Lyubchich, Vyacheslav; Woodland, Ryan J.: Using isotope composition and other node attributes to predict edges in fish trophic networks (2019)
  4. El Bouanani, H.; El Foutayeni, Y.; Khaladi, M.: The impact of harvesting of perch on the trophic structure of a marine ecosystem (2015)
  5. Maury, Olivier; Poggiale, Jean-Christophe: From individuals to populations to communities: a dynamic energy budget model of marine ecosystem size-spectrum including life history diversity (2013)
  6. Fann, Sarah L.; Borrett, Stuart R.: Environ centrality reveals the tendency of indirect effects to homogenize the functional importance of species in ecosystems (2012)
  7. Powers, Joseph E.; Brooks, Elizabeth N.: Characterizing species distributions by productivity and mortality rates in multispecies models (2011)
  8. Liu, Wei-chung; Chen, Hsuan-Wien; Jordán, Ferenc; Lin, Wen-Hsieh; Wai-Jen Liu, Chester: Quantifying the interaction structure and the topological importance of species in food webs: a signed digraph approach (2010)
  9. Fedor, Anna; Vasas, Vera: The robustness of keystone indices in food webs (2009)
  10. Lawrie, Jock: A method for simplifying large ecosystem models (2008)
  11. Lawrie, Jock; Hearne, John: A method for aggregating state variables in large ecosystem models (2008)
  12. Edwards, Helen J.; Dytham, Calvin; Pitchford, Jonathan W.; Righton, David: Prey selection, vertical migrations and the impacts of harvesting upon the population dynamics of a predator-prey system (2007)
  13. Mullon, Christian; Cury, Philippe; Shannon, Lynne: Viability model of trophic interactions in marine ecosystems (2004)
  14. Beattie, Alasdair; Sumaila, Ussif Rashid; Christensen, Villy; Pauly, Daniel: A model for the bioeconomic evaluation of marine protected area size and placement in the North Sea (2002)