9 December 2019 – FWRI, St. Petersburg, FL., USA – Jeroen Steenbeek, Joe Buszowski.
In this advanced workshop, students explored the workings of the Ecopath with Ecosim spatial-temporal data framework and its utility to Ecospace. Students interacted with a stripped-down version of the data framework to connect a case study model with time-varying driver data. Students discussed the process of preparing geo-spatial data needs for the different Ecospace map layers, and best practices in sharing spatial-temporal data with others.
The spatial-temporal data framework is a GIS data exchange toolkit for EwE, available via a professional license.
Employing ecosystem models and geographic information systems (GIS) to investigate the response of changing marsh edge on historical biomass of estuarine nekton in Barataria Bay, Louisiana, USA Journal Article
Ecological Modelling, 331 (Supplement C), pp. 129–141, 2016, ISSN: 0304-3800.