Computational Model Library

Spatial rangeland model (version 1.1.0)

Spatial explicit model of a rangeland system, based on Australian conditions, where grass, woody shrubs and fire compete fore resources. Overgrazing can cause the system to flip from a healthy state to an unproductive shrub state. With the model one can explore the consequences of different movement rules of the livestock on the resilience of the system.

The model is discussed in Introduction to Agent-Based Modeling by Marco Janssen. For more information see https://intro2abm.com/.

Release Notes

Replication of model that was originally implemented in Cormas. Related publication:
Janssen, M.A., J.M. Anderies, M. Stafford Smith and B.H. Walker (2002) Implications of spatial heterogeneity of grazing pressure on the resilience of rangelands, in Janssen, M.A. (ed.) Complexity and Ecosystem Management: The Theory and Practice of Multi-agent Systems, Edward Elgar Publishers, Cheltenham UK/ Northampton, MA, USA. Pp 103-124.

Version Submitter First published Last modified Status
1.1.0 Marco Janssen Sat Oct 17 02:03:28 2020 Sat Oct 17 02:03:28 2020 Published
1.0.0 Marco Janssen Tue Jan 22 01:51:09 2019 Tue Jan 22 01:51:09 2019 Published

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