Proceedings of the sixth biannial meeting of the International Environmental Modelling and Software Society,
Leipzig, Germany, July 1-5, 2012

 

How to cite:

R. Seppelt, A.A. Voinov, S. Lange, D. Bankamp (Eds.) (2012):

International Environmental Modelling and Software Society (iEMSs)
2012 International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software
Managing Resources of a Limited Planet: Pathways and Visions under Uncertainty, Sixth Biennial Meeting, Leipzig, Germany

http://www.iemss.org/society/index.php/iemss-2012-proceedings

ISBN: 978-88-9035-742-8

 

Table of Content of the Proceedings

 

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The copyright of all papers is an exclusive right of the authors. No work can be reproduced without written permission of the authors.

Each paper has been peer reviewed by at least two independent reviewers.

 

Content

 

Streams A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I

 

A - Environmental Information-, Decision Support-, and Software Systems

A1. Interaction design for environmental information systems
Organizers: Daryl H. Hepting, Steven Frysinger, Markus Wrobel

A2. Striking the balance: advancing multiobjective decision support for a changing world
Organizers: Andrea Castelletti, Francesca Pianosi, Patrick Reed, Dragan Savic, Alexander Lotov

A3. Intelligent Environmental Decision Support Systems (IEDSS): from single methods to an automatic semantic interoperability of artificial intelligence/mathematical/statistical methods (S-IEDSS-2012)
Organizers: Miquel Sànchez Marrè, Karina Gibert, Joaquim Comas, Ignasi Rodriguez Roda, Manel Poch, Ulises Cortes, Rick Sojda, Jean Philippe Steyer, Peter Struss, Mihaela Oprea, Franz Wotawa, Rene Bañares-Alcantara

A4. Defining interaction design for environmental information systems
Organizers: Daryl H. Hepting, Steven Frysinger, Markus Wrobel

A5. System Identification and Control Theory - applications for Environmental Systems Management
Organizers: Andrea Castelletti, Marialuisa Volta, Andrea E. Rizzoli

A6. Innovative approaches and components in Environmental Modelling and Software
Organizers: David Swayne, Holly C. Hartmann

 

B - Human Health and Environmental Risks

B1. Modelling social and environmental determinants of human and ecosystem health
Organizers: Stefan Reis, Susanne Steinle

B2. Methodological developments in the assessment of radiation risks
Organizers: Kristina Voigt, Hagen Scherb

B3. Current trends in software developments for environmental pollution modelling
Organizers: Stefan Reis, Kristina Voigt

 

C - Mitigation of and Adaption to Climate Change

C1. Climate change and agriculture - modelling impacts, exploring adaptation options, identifying conflicts
Organizers: Annelie Holzkämper, Robert Finger, Juerg Fuhrer

C2. Modelling the effectiveness and efficiency of REDD+
Organizers: Daniel Müller, Zhanli Sun

C3. Data sets and model components for an integrative assessment of climate strategies
Organizers: Georgii Alexandrov, Gianni Bellocchi, Mark Borsuk, François Gillet, Dominik Reusser

 

D - Model Development, Analysis and Application: Methodological Aspects

D1.1 Uncertainty analysis - environmental model application
Organizers: James C. Ascough II, Holger Maier, Olaf David

D1.2 Uncertainty analysis - general frameworks, data and decision support
Organizers: Jack Carlson, James C. Ascough II, Olaf David, Holger Maier

D1.3 Sensitivity analysis
Organizers: Holger Maier, James C. Ascough II, Olaf David

D2. Distributed environmental modelling
Organizers: Ari Jolma, Karl Aberer, Phillip C. Dibner, Kostas Karatzas, Mike Sips

D3.1 Advances in software engineering for IEM - methods and approache
Organizers: Olaf David, Sven Kralisch, James C. Ascough II, Peter Krause

D3.2 Advances in software engineering for IEM - applications and use cases
Organizers: Olaf David, Sven Kralisch, James C. Ascough II, Peter Krause

D4. Characterising environmental modelling paradigms (Bayesian networks, system dynamics, agent based models, coupled complex models and expert systems)
Organizers: Tony Jakeman, Olivier Barreteau, Mark Borsuk, Carlo Giupponi, Rebecca Kelly, Andrea Rizzoli, Barbara Robson, Sondoss El Sawah, Alexey Voinov

D6. Geographic Information Systems and geoprocessing workflows for environmental modelling
Organizers: Daniel P. Ames, Robert Argent, Susan Cuddy, Nigel W.T. Quinn, Raul Zurita-Milla

D7. Third session on data mining as a tool for environmental scientists (S-DMTES-2012)
Organizers: Karina Gibert, Miquel Sànchez Marrè, Joaquin Izquierdo, Ignasi Rodriguez-Roda, Geoff Holmes, Serena Chen, Antonio Ciampi, Ioannis Athanasiadis

D8. Comparison of and guidelines for environmental modelling paradigms
Organizers: Tony Jakeman, Olivier Barreteau, Mark Borsuk, Andrea Rizzoli, Alexey Voinov

D11. Ecological modelling and networks
Organizers: Brian Fath, Caner Kazanci, Ursula Scharler

D12. First joint workshop on data mining and intelligent decision support systems for environmental scientists (IV W-DMTES-2012 and IEDSS-2012)
Organizers: Karina Gibert, Joaquin Izquierdo, Miquel Sànchez-Marrè, Ignasi Rodriguez-Roda, Rick Sojda, Geoff Holmes, Antonio Ciampi, Ioannis Athanasiadis, Joaquim Comas

 

E - Participatory Modelling and Stakeholder Involvement

E1. The role of models in governing transition processes towards sustainable resource management
Organizers: Johannes Halbe, Dominik Reusser, Claudia Pahl-Wostl, Jan Sendzimir

E2. Understanding human-environment interactions through modelling and stakeholder participation
Organizers: Jörg Krywkow, Pieter Valkering, François Bousquet, Geeske Scholz, Alexey Voinov, Heleen Vreugdenhil

 

F - Resource Management and Sustainability

F1. Land-use and land-cover modelling: dealing with complexity
Organizers: Daniel Rutledge, Guy Engelen, Alexander Herzig, Jean-Luc de Kok, Fraser Morgan, Brendan Williams

F2. Sustainability assessment: quantitative indicators, models and technique
Organizers: Marina G. Erechtchoukova, Peter A. Khaiter

F3. Simulating environmental change - quality, quantity and validation
Organizers: Jörg Priess, Subhashree Das, Christian Schweitzer

F5. Understanding ecosystem services, multi-functional land use, trade-offs and uncertainty
Organizers: David Miller, Iain Brown and Keith Matthews

 

G - Knowledge, Data and Semantic Processing for Environmental Research

G1.1 Analysis of data of remote sensing data for environmental models - with special emphasis on "remote sensing"
Organizers: Isabelle Herlin, Roberto San José, Steffen Unger, Dan Zachary

G1.2 Integration of heterogeneous data and environmental models - with special emphasis on "integration of data and models"
Organizers: Isabelle Herlin, Roberto San José, Steffen Unger, Dan Zachary

G3. Semantics and the environment
Organizers: Andrea Rizzoli, Ioannis Athanasiadis, Saša Nesic, Ferdinando Villa

 

H - Socio-Environmental Systems

H2. Human decisions in agent-based models for natural resource use
Organizers: Birgit Müller, Jürgen Groeneveld, Nina Schwarz

H3. Modelling responses to shocks in coupled socio-ecological systems
Organizers: Tatiana Filatova, Gary Polhill

H6. Human decisions in agent-based models (ABM) for natural resource use - need for protocols
Organizers: Birgit Müller, Jürgen Groeneveld, Nina Schwarz

 

I - Issues in Water Resources Management

I1. Environmental fluid mechanics - theoretical, numerical and experimental approaches
Organizers: Carlo Gualtieri, Petra Amparo Lopez Jimenez, Dragutin T. Mihailovic, Nils Mole, Bert Blocken

I2.1 Water management and planning - models for unique institutional, economic and geographic contexts
Organizers: Julien Harou, Andrea Castelletti, Manuel Pulido-Velazquez, Ejaz Qureshi

I2.2 Water management and planning - tools and methods for making decisions with uncertainty and complexity
Organizers: Julien Harou, Andrea Castelletti, Manuel Pulido-Velazquez, Ejaz Qureshi

I3. Application of scenarios to support national and international environmental policies to govern freshwater resources
Organizers: Ilona Baerlund, Katri Rankinen

I4. Bridging the gap - monitoring and modelling strategies for improving process knowledge and environmental management
Organizers: Martin Volk, Ann van Griensven

I5. Use of models for integrated management of urban water systems
Organizers: Lluis Corominas, Joaquim Comas, Peter Vanrolleghem

 

 

A - Environmental Information-, Decision Support-, and Software Systems

 

A1. Interaction design for environmental information systems
Organizers: Daryl H. Hepting, Steven Frysinger, Markus Wrobel

Proactive Environmental Systems: the Next Generation of Environmental Monitoring
Mauno Rönkkö, Ville Kotovirta, Kostas Karatzas, Lucy Bastin, Markus Stocker, Mikko Kolehemainen
pp. 1-8

ICT, integral models and new methods support farmer´s and forester´s integration into environmental caretaking and risk-managment
Walter H. Mayer
pp. 9-16

Web-based FOSS Environment Decision Support Systems for Odense River Basin in Denmark
Xuan Zhu, Ann van Griensven, Yunqing Xuan, Arthur E. Mynett
pp. 17-24

The Personal Assessment Tool: An Experiment
Jutta Willamowski, Yves Hoppenot, Christelle Loiodice, Antonietta Grasso, Victor Ciriza
pp. 25-32

Communicating River Level Data and Information to Stakeholders with Different Interests: the Participative Development of an Interactive Online Service
Kit (C.J.A.) Macleod, Somayajulu G. Sripada, Antonio A. R. Ioris, Koen Arts, René van der Wal
pp. 33-40

Web based applications for climate change related information: a usability test
Markus Wrobel, Luís Costa
pp. 41-48

Strategies and Tactics for the Design of Hydroclimatic Decision Support Tools
Holly C. Hartmann
pp. 49-56

User Interface Design Considerations for a Time-Space GIS
Jirí Kadlec, Daniel P. Ames, Jim Nelson
pp. 57-64

Implementing biodiversity risks in the classroom - the educational software PRONAS
Karin Ulbrich, Oliver Schweiger, Josef Settele
pp. 65-72

Identifying the decision to be supported: a review of papers from Environmental Modelling and Software
Richard S. Sojda, Serena H. Chen, Sondoss El Sawah, Joseph H.A. Guillaume, Anthony J. Jakeman, Sven Lautenbach, Brian S. McIntosh, Andrea E. Rizzoli, Ralf Seppelt, Peter Struss, Alexey A. Voinov, Martin Volk
pp. 73-80

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A2. Striking the balance: advancing multiobjective decision support for a changing world
Organizers: Andrea Castelletti, Francesca Pianosi, Patrick Reed, Dragan Savic, Alexander Lotov

Modelling Coastal Vulnerability and Adaptation to Sea Level Rise
Oz Sahin and Sherif Mohamed
pp. 81-88

Planning infrastructural measures for controlling saltwater intrusion in a coastal aquifer by Global Interactive Response Surfaces: the Nauru island case study
A. Castelletti, F. Pianosi, L. Alberti, G. Oberto
pp. 89-96

Evolutionary Multiobjective Optimization in Water Resources: The Past, Present, and Future
Patrick M. Reed, David Hadka, Jonathan D. Herman, Joseph R. Kasprzyk, Joshua B. Kollat
pp. 97-103

Near-optimal water management to improve multi-objective decision making
David E. Rosenberg
pp. 104-111

A Multi-Objective Decision Support Tool for Rural Basin Management
Yiannis Panagopoulos, Christos Makropoulos, Maria Mimikou
pp. 112-119

Multi-criteria evaluation of optimal signal strategies using traffic simulation and evolutionary algorithms
X. Ma
pp. 120-127

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A3. Intelligent Environmental Decision Support Systems (IEDSS): from single methods to an automatic semantic interoperability of artificial intelligence/mathematical/statistical methods (S-IEDSS-2012)
Organizers: Miquel Sànchez Marrè, Karina Gibert, Joaquim Comas, Ignasi Rodriguez Roda, Manel Poch, Ulises Cortes, Rick Sojda, Jean Philippe Steyer, Peter Struss, Mihaela Oprea, Franz Wotawa, Rene Bañares-Alcantara

Action Prioritization to Address the Silao-Romita Aquifer Problem through the Analytic Hierarchy Method
Xitlali Delgado-Galván, Joaquín Izquierdo, Julio Benítez, Rafael Pérez-García, Jesús Martínez
pp. 128-135

Application of Bayesian Networks for agricultural land suitability classification: a case study of biosolids amendment
Ana Passuello, Oda Cadiach, Vikas Kumar, Marta Schuhmacher
pp. 136-144

Upgrading a decision support system for air-scour control in flat sheet membrane bioreactors
Ivan Brun, Hèctor Monclús, Jordi Moreno, Montse Dalmau, Ignasi Rodriguez-Roda and Joaquim Comas
pp. 145-152

A Methodology for the Characterization of Intelligent Environmental Decision Support Systems
M. Sànchez-Marrè, K. Gibert, A. Cabello, F. Sem
pp. 153-162

Credal Model Averaging: dealing robustly with model uncertainty on small data sets
A. Mignatti, G. Corani, A. Rizzoli
pp. 163-170

iGUESS - A web based system integrating Urban Energy Planning and Assessment Modelling for multi-scale spatial decision making
Luís de Sousa, Christopher Eykamp, Ulrich Leopold, Olivier Baume, Christian Braun
pp. 171-178

IEDSS as a Tool for the Integrated Assessment of Conventional and Innovative Wastewater Treatment Technologies for Nutrient Removal
Rubén Reif, Manel Garrido-Baserba and Manel Poch
pp. 179-187

A tool for optimum design of WWTPs under uncertainty: Estimating the Probability of Compliance
Cristina Martin, Marc B. Neumann, Josep Altimir and Peter A. Vanrolleghem
pp. 188-195

Modelling SBR cycle management and optimization using Events and Workflows
D. Sottara, P. Mello, G. Morlini, F. Malaguti and L. Luccarini
pp. 196-203

Ontologies, Rules, Workflow and Predictive Models: Knowledge Assets for an EDSS
D. Sottara, L. Luccarini, D. Pulcini, P. Mello and D. Giunchi
pp. 204-211

ELDEWAS - Online early warning system for landslide detection by means of dynamic weather nowcasts and knowledge based assessment
O. Krol, T.Bernard
pp. 212-219

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A4. Defining interaction design for environmental information systems
Organizers: Daryl H. Hepting, Steven Frysinger, Markus Wrobel

Modelling of ecosystem with different types of components aggregation
Evgeniya Giricheva
pp. 220-227

Dynamics of Genetic Structure of Population with Age Structure during Optimal Harvest with Constant Quota
Oksana Zhdanova and Efim Frisman
pp. 228-235

Assessment of phytoplankton productivity using satellite data for Peter the Great Gulf
Oksana Zhdanova, Alexander Abakumov
pp. 236-241

Mathematical model for number dynamics of populations with varying reproductive age
Galina Neverova, Efim Frisman
pp. 242-249

Application of a Metapopulation Approach for Analysis of Space-Time Population Dynamics (case study using ungulates)
Matvey Kulakov, Oksana Revutskaya, Efim Frisman
pp. 250-255

Instability of the Exploited Population with a Simple Age Structure
Oksana Revutskaya, Efim Frisman
pp. 256-262

A Stochastic Trout Population Model for Supporting Fish Management
C. Siegenthaler-Le Drian, L. Indermaur, A. Peter and P. Reichert
pp. 263-270

Ecological Flow Analysis of Network Collapse I: New methodology to investigate network collapse dynamics
Brian D. Fath, Elena Rovenskaya, Victoria Veschinskaya, Ulf Dieckmann, Ake Brannström
pp. 271-278

Ecological Flow Analysis of Network Collapse II: Indicators of ecosystem level vulnerability
Elena Rovenskaya, Victoria Veschinskaya, Brian D. Fath, Ulf Dieckmann, Ake Brannström
pp. 279-284

Core Network Compartments: Relative importance of ecosystems players in moving energy through the system
Ursula M. Scharler, Brian D. Fath
pp. 285-292

Automatic population counts for improved wildlife management using aerial photography
B. Sirmacek, M. Wegmann, A.D.P. Cross, J.G.C. Hopcraft, P. Reinartz and S. Dech
pp. 293-300

Blueprint for a unifying framework for synthesis of aquatic ecodynamics
Matthew R. Hipsey, David P. Hamilton, Paul C. Hanson, Justin D. Brookes, Dennis Trolle, Louise C. Bruce
pp. 301-308

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A5. System Identification and Control Theory - applications for Environmental Systems Management
Organizers: Andrea Castelletti, Marialuisa Volta, Andrea E. Rizzoli

Multi-Agent Systems optimization for distributed watershed management
M. Giuliani, A. Castelletti, F. Amigoni, X. Cai
pp. 309-316

Improved dynamic emulation modeling by time series clustering: the case study of Marina Reservoir, Singapore
S. Galelli, S. Caietti Marin, A. Castelletti, H. Eikaas
pp. 317-324

A combined Neural Network and Optimal Interpolation approach for PM10 forecast over Po Valley
C. Carnevale, G. Finzi, E. Pisoni, M. Volta
pp. 324-332

A decision methodology for large scale systems: the case of the air quality planning
C. Carnevale, G. Finzi, E. Pisoni, M. Volta
pp. 333-340

Coping with communications delays and different time scales when applying central automatic control
R.R.P. van Nooijen, A.G. Kolechkina, A. van Loenen
pp. 341-348

Stability of digital discrete time controllers for water systems
R.R.P. van Nooijen, A.G. Kolechkina, A. Campisano
pp. 349-356

BIOPOLE: WebGIS-based Decision Support System (DSS) in bio-energy plant localization
Giuseppe Maffeis, Daniele Roncolato, Andrea Cherubini, Alice Bernardoni, Salvatore Greco, Anna Boccardi, Alessandro Chiesa, Mauro Brolis, Mauro Fasano
pp. 357-365

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A6. Innovative approaches and components in Environmental Modelling and Software
Organizers: David Swayne, Holly C. Hartmann

Analysis of simultaneous water end use events using a hybrid combination of filtering and pattern recognition techniques
A.K. Nguyen, H. Zhang, R.A. Stewart
pp.366-373

New developments in the ANUCLIM bioclimatic modelling package
Tingbao Xu, Michael F. Hutchinson
pp. 374-381

Application of support vector machines in landslide susceptibility assessment for the Hoa Binh province (Vietnam) with kernel functions analysis
Dieu Tien Bui, Biswajeet Pradhan, Owe Lofman, Inge Revhaug, Oystein B Dick
pp. 382-389

Investigating the impact of two decades of urbanization on the water balance of the Yzeron peri-urban catchment, France
F. Branger, S. Kermadi, P. Krause, M. Labbas, C. Jacqueminet, K. Michel, I. Braud, S. Kralisch
pp. 390-397

Modelling and Simulating Social Vulnerability under the Influence of Climate Change in the Cordillera Blanca (Peru)
Thaís López-Inojosa, Martina Neuburger, Sebastian Medina-Plascencia
pp. 398-403

Estimating Impact Assessment and Adaptation Strategies under Climate Change Scenarios for Crops at EU27 Scale
M. Donatelli, A.K. Srivastava, G. Duveiller, S. Niemeyer
pp. 404-411

Optimizing Land use and the Yields of Bio-Energy Crops by using site specific Biomass Calculations: Introduction of the Crop Modelling Software BioSTAR
Roland Bauböck
pp. 412-419

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B - Human Health and Environmental Risks

 

B1. Modelling social and environmental determinants of human and ecosystem health
Organizers: Stefan Reis, Susanne Steinle

Developing a conceptual model for the assessment of personal exposure to air pollution
S. Steinle, S. Reis, C.E. Sabel
pp. 420-426

Assessing the vulnerability of human and biological communities to changing ecosystem services using a GIS-based multi-criteria decision support tool
Miguel L. Villarreal, Laura M. Norman, and William B. Labiosa
pp. 427-434

Multi-modelling approach for assessment of water quality in the Lower Havel, Germany
C. Lindim, A. Becker, H. Fischer
pp. 435-442

Modeling Dietary Intake of Arsenic and the Associated Human Health Risk for People Living in Rural Bangladesh
Nasreen I. Khan, David Bruce, Gary Owens
pp. 443-450

Modelling social and environmental impacts of watershed development in Andhra Pradesh, India
Wendy S. Merritt, V. Ratna Reddy, Chiranjeevi Tallapragada, Sanjit Rout and Geoff Syme
pp. 451-458

A fast air quality model using Look-up tables to address integrated environmental assessment model requirements
L. Aleluia Reis, D. S. Zachary, Bernhard Peters and L. Drouet
pp. 459-466

Classification-driven air pollution mapping as for environment and health analysis
S. Wiemann, S. Richter, P. Karrasch, J. Brauner, K. Pech, L. Bernard
pp. 467-474

Overview of Bayesian network approaches to model gene-environment interactions and cancer susceptibility
Chengwei Su, Angeline Andrew, Margaret Karagas, Mark E. Borsuk
pp. 475-481

A Computer System for Forecasting Malaria Epidemic Risk Using Remotely-Sensed Environmental Data
Michael C. Wimberly, Ting-Wu Chuang, Geoffrey M. Henebry, Yi Liu, Alemayehu Midekisa, Paulos Semuniguse, Gabriel Senay
pp. 482-489

Methods for the assessment of human health impacts from air pollution based on monitoring data, atmospheric dispersion model results and contextual data in Scotland
S. Reis, S. Steinle, H. Cowie, F. Hurley
pp. 490-499

Ontology-Based Approach to the Discovery of Human Health and Environmental Risks Assessment
Jirí Hrebícek, Ladislav Dušek, Jirí Kalina, Miroslav Kubásek, Jana Klánová, Ivan Holoubek
pp. 500-507

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B2. Methodological developments in the assessment of radiation risks
Organizers: Kristina Voigt, Hagen Scherb

Comparison of the Chernobyl and Fukushima Nuclear Power Plants Accidents and their Consequences
Elena Savelyeva, Sergey Panchenko
pp. 508-515

The Environmental Causes of Cancer Distribution in Syria
Rasha Deeb, Safiah Eid
pp. 516-523

Chemicals' Risks versus Radiation Risks with Respect to the Alteration of Human Sex Odds: A Preliminary Evaluation Approach
Kristina Voigt, Hagen Scherb, Ralf Kusmierz
pp. 524-531

Modelling human radiation risks around nuclear facilities in Germany and Switzerland: A case study
Hagen Scherb, Kristina Voigt, Ralf Kusmierz
pp. 532-539

Overview on data sources for modeling epidemiological effects of environmental pollution
Ralf Kusmierz, Hagen Scherb, Kristina Voigt
pp. 540-547

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B3. Current trends in software developments for environmental pollution modelling
Organizers: Stefan Reis, Kristina Voigt

A new Lagrangian-probabilistic approach for the study of pollutants diffusion: analytical modeling and experimental validation using the Copenhagen data set
Roberto Carapellucci, Roberto Cipollone, Emanuela Foglia
pp. 548-555

Distributed modelling of the fate of pesticides in groundwater, approaches for calibration and validation
Kees Vink, Matthijs Bonte
pp. 556-563

Linking the GRS photochemical scheme with the DAUMOD urban atmospheric dispersion model
Andrea L. Pineda Rojas and Laura E. Venegas
pp. 564-572

Implementing the Oracle-Based Optimisation for an Integrated Assessment Model for Air Pollution: the Luxembourg Energy Air Quality model
L. Drouet, L. Aleluia Reis, U. Leopold and D. Zachary
pp. 573-580

Determinator - A Generic DSS For Hazard Identification Of Species Or Other Physical Subjects
Michel Uiterwijk, Leo W.D. van Raamsdonk, Sander J.C. Janssen
pp. 581-587

Relative importance of secondary settling tank models in WWTP simulations - A global sensitivity analysis using BSM2
Elham Ramin, Xavier Flores-Alsina, Gürkan Sin, Krist V. Gernaey, Ulf Jeppsson, Peter Steen Mikkelsen, Benedek Gy. Plósz
pp. 588-595

Probabilistic Risk Assessment and Decision Support Tools for the Evaluation of Oil Transport in the Gulf of Finland, North-Eastern Baltic Sea
Annukka Lehikoinen, Emilia Luoma, Maria Hänninen, Jenni Storgård, Sakari Kuikka
pp. 596-604

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C - Mitigation of and Adaption to Climate Change

 

C1. Climate change and agriculture - modelling impacts, exploring adaptation options, identifying conflicts
Organizers: Annelie Holzkämper, Robert Finger, Juerg Fuhrer

Will climate change impact farmers' maize earliness choice? A modeling approach applied to south-western France
Kalimuthu Senthilkumar, Jacques-Eric Bergez, Delphine Leenhardt
pp. 605-612

An Intelligible Assessment of Climatic Exposure of Grassland-based Livestock Systems
Marion Sautier, Roger Martin-Clouaire, Michel Duru
pp. 613-620

Identifying Optimum Strategies for Land Management Adaptation to Climate Change - A Multiobjective Approach
T. Klein, A. Holzkämper, P. Calanca, J. Fuhrer
pp. 621-630

Agent-based modeling of agricultural adaptation to climate change in a mountainous area of Southwest Germany
C. Troost, G. Calberto, T. Berger, J. Ingwersen, E. Priesack, K. Warrach-Sagi and T. Walter
pp. 631-639

Adaptation Strategies for New Zealand Dairy Farms under Climate Change Scenarios
Electra Kalaugher, Pierre Beukes, Anthony Clark and Janet F. Bornman
pp. 640-648

Potential Response of Soil-Borne Fungal Pathogens Affecting Crops to a Scenario of Climate Change in Europe
L.M. Manici, M. Donatelli, D. Fumagalli, A. Lazzari, S. Bregaglio
pp. 649-657

Potential distribution and phonological development of the Mediterranean Corn Borer (Sesamia nonagrioides) under warming climate in Europe
Andrea Maiorano, Marcello Donatelli, Davide Fumagalli
pp. 658-665

Impacts of Climate Change on Water Availability and Crop Yield in Germany
Shaochun Huang, Valentina Krysanova, Fred F. Hattermann
pp. 666-675

Adapting towards climate change: A whole-farm approach
Lehmann, Niklaus and Finger, Robert
pp. 676-683

Drivers of Change in Southern European Agriculture: Online Participatory Approaches for the Analysis of Planned and Autonomous Adaptation Strategies
Dragana Bojovic, Laura Bonzanigo, Carlo Giupponi
pp. 684-691

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C2. Modelling the effectiveness and efficiency of REDD+
Organizers: Daniel Müller, Zhanli Sun

Agent-based modeling of agricultural adaptation to climate change in a mountainous area of Southwest Germany
C. Troost, G. Calberto, T. Berger, J. Ingwersen, E. Priesack, K. Warrach-Sagi and T. Walter
pp. 692-700

Participatory Bayesian networks reveal site-specific causes of land-use trajectories in Southeast Asia
Zhanli Sun, Daniel Müller
pp. 701-708

Evaluating the impacts of REDD+ interventions on livelihoods, social equity and effectiveness
Robin Matthews, Innocent Bakam, George Dyer
pp. 709-716

Systems Dynamics Approach to Reducing Carbon Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation at Provincial Level
Herry Purnomo, Lutfy Abdullah and Rika Harini Irawati
pp. 717-724

Adaptation Strategies for New Zealand Dairy Farms under Climate Change Scenarios
Electra Kalaugher, Pierre Beukes, Anthony Clark and Janet F. Bornman
pp. 725-733

Impacts of Climate Change on Water Availability and Crop Yield in Germany
Shaochun Huang, Valentina Krysanova, Fred F. Hattermann
pp. 734-742

Forest vs. fuel - how could the politically fostered demand for energy crops influence the effectiveness of REDD+ instruments?
Hanna Weise, Erik Gawel, Karin Frank
pp. 743-750

Simulation of REDD+ options using IIASA model framework
Mykola Gusti, Hannes Böttcher, Georg Kindermann, Petr Havlik, Michael Obersteiner
pp. 751-759

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C3. Data sets and model components for an integrative assessment of climate strategies
Organizers: Georgii Alexandrov, Gianni Bellocchi, Mark Borsuk, François Gillet, Dominik Reusser

Agent-based modeling of agricultural adaptation to climate change in a mountainous area of Southwest Germany
C. Troost, G. Calberto, T. Berger, J. Ingwersen, E. Priesack, K. Warrach-Sagi and T. Walter
pp. 760-768

Steady-state soil organic matter approximation model: application to the Pasture Simulation Model
Romain Lardy, Anne-Isabelle Graux, Bruno Bachelet, David R.C. Hill, Gianni Bellocchi
pp. 769-776

Ecosystem Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment Framework
Romain Lardy, Raphaël Martin, Bruno Bachelet, David R.C. Hill, Gianni Bellocchia
pp. 777-784

Interdependence of mitigation, adaptation and sustainable development
D.E. Reusser, Tabea Lissner, Luis Costa, Flavio Augusto Pinto Siabatto, Anselmo Garcia Cantu Ros, Jürgen P. Kropp
pp. 785-794

Trade-offs in land allocation for bioenergy production
Giulia Fiorese, Giorgio Guariso
pp. 795-802

Estimation of the total CO2 content of the atmosphere from satellite observations
Georgii A. Alexandrov and Tsuneo Matsunaga
pp. 803-809

The Greenhouse Effect and Carbon Accumulation Dynamics: A General Equilibrium Simulation
Toshitaka Fukiharu
pp. 810-817

An Improved Framework for the Modelling and Optimisation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Associated with Water Distribution Systems
Christopher S. Stokes, Angus R. Simpson, Holger R. Maier
pp. 818-825

Integration of Climate Change Effects in Local Models and Urban Planning Processes
S. Schlobinski, L. Gidhagen, Jonas Olsson, Steven Frysinger, R. Denzer, P. Kutschera
pp. 826-834

A method for analysing growth curves by using the logistic model with changing carrying capacity
Alexandrov Gleb
pp. 835-841

Data set characterizing reforestation of drained peatlands
Victor Sidorencov
pp. 842-845

Adaptation Strategies for New Zealand Dairy Farms under Climate Change Scenarios
Electra Kalaugher, Pierre Beukes, Anthony Clark and Janet F. Bornman
pp. 846-854

Model Components for Evaluating Climate Change Impact on Wetlands
Nikolay Zavalishin
pp. 855-859

Dynamic Modelling of Silvopastoral Landscape Structure: Scenarios for Future Climate and Land Use
François Gillet, Alexander Peringer
pp. 860-867

A EU27 Database of Daily Weather Data Derived from Climate Change Scenarios for Use with Crop Simulation Models
M. Donatelli, D. Fumagalli, A. Zucchini, G. Duveiller, R.L. Nelson, B. Baruth
pp. 868-875

Development of a guideline for regional and local authorities to adapt to climate change - results of the project "KLIMPASS"
Hardy Pundt, Andrea Heilmann, Enrico Kerwel
pp. 876-883

An extensible, multi-model software library for simulating crop growth and development
R. Confalonieri, S. Bregaglio, T. Stella, G. Negrini, M. Acutis, M. Donatelli
pp. 884-892

Integrated assessment of mitigation strategies using an agent-based model of the linked energy, economic, and climate system
M.D. Gerst, P. Wang, A. Roventini, G. Dosi, R.B. Howarth, and M.E. Borsuk
pp. 893-900

Agroecological Zones Simulator (AZS): A component based, open-access, transparent platform for climate change - Crop productivity impact assessment in Latin America
R. Confalonieri, M. Donatelli, S. Bregaglio, F.N. Tubiello, E. Fernandes
pp. 901-908

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D - Model Development, Analysis and Application: Methodological Aspects

 

D1.1 Uncertainty analysis - environmental model application
Organizers: James C. Ascough II, Holger Maier, Olaf David

Impact of Species Parameter Uncertainty in Simulations of Tree Species Migration with a Spatially Linked Dynamic Model
Julia E.M.S. Nabel, Natalie Zurbriggen, Heike Lischke
pp. 909-916

The Impact of Uncertain Ecological Knowledge on a Water Suitability Model of Riverine Vegetation
Baihua Fu and Wendy Merritt
pp. 917-924

What is a good index? Problems with statistically based indicators and the Malmquist index as alternative
G. Whittaker, S. Lautenbach, M. Volk
pp. 925-932

Tools for uncertainty propagation in the Model Web using Monte Carlo simulation
Benjamin Pross, Lydia Gerharz, Christoph Stasch, Edzer Pebesma
pp. 933-941

The Application of the Virtual Ecologist Approach to Evaluating the Effects of Uncertainty in Plot Based Monitoring Schemes due to Landscape Spatial and Temporal Heterogeneity
Alex Lechner, Daniel Clarke, Dion Weatherley, Andrew Fletcher, Peter Erskine, Alexis Comber
pp. 942-949

The GSA-GLUE approach for uncertainty assessment of an integrated MBR model
A. Cosenza, G. Mannina, G. Viviani
pp. 950-957

Influence of Uncertainty Analysis Methods and Subjective Choices on Prediction Uncertainty for a Respirometric Case
Katrijn Cierkens, Stijn Van Hoey, Bernard De Baets, Piet Seuntjens, Ingmar Nopens
pp. 958-965

Modelling Spatial Uncertainties associated with Emission Disaggregation in an integrated Energy Air Quality Assessment Model
Ulrich Leopold, Gerard B.M. Heuvelink, Laurent Drouet, and Daniel S. Zachary
pp. 966-972

Evaluation of different sources of uncertainty in climate change impact research using a hydro-climatic model ensemble
Markus Muerth, Blaise Gauvin St-Denis, Ralf Ludwig, Daniel Caya
pp. 973-980

Uncertainty Analysis of an Integrated Water System in Southern England: Exploring Physical and Socio-economic Uncertainties
Lan Hoang, Suraje Dessai and Richard Brazier
pp. 981-988

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D1.2 Uncertainty analysis - general frameworks, data and decision support
Organizers: Jack Carlson, James C. Ascough II, Olaf David, Holger Maier

Quantifying and reducing uncertainty in the assessment of water-related risks in southern Europe and neighbouring countries
Joachim Post, Günter Strunz, Franz Hummel, Sihem Benabdallah, Franz Prettenthaler, Ralf Ludwig
pp. 989-996

Uncertainty analysis and data-assimilation of remote sensing data for the calibration of cellular automata based land-use models
J. van der Kwast, L. Poelmans, T. Van de Voorde, K. de Jong, I. Uljee, D. Karssenberg, F. Canters, G. Engelen
pp. 997-1004

Incorporation of uncertainty in decision support to improve water quality
Nele Schuwirth, Christian Stamm, Peter Reichert
pp. 1005-1012

Conceptual and Practical Aspects of Quantifying Uncertainty in Environmental Modelling and Decision Support
Peter Reichert
pp. 1013-1020

Modelling Ecosystem Service Flows under Uncertainty with Stochastic SPAN
Gary W. Johnson, Robert R. Snapp, Ferdinando Villa, Kenneth J. Bagstad
pp. 1021-1028

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D1.3 Sensitivity analysis
Organizers: Holger Maier, James C. Ascough II, Olaf David

A general probabilistic framework for uncertainty and sensitivity analysis of deterministic models
Gabriele Baroni and Stefano Tarantola
pp. 1029-1036

Industrial Environmental Performance Evaluation - Comparison and Sensitivity Analysis
S. Shokravi, A.J.R. Smith, C.R. Burvill and S. Maheswararajah
pp. 1037-1044

Dealing with uncertainty in ecosystem model scenarios: application of singlemodel ensemble approach
Gideon Gal, Vardit Makler-Pick, Noam Shachar
pp. 1045-1053

Safe Operating Spaces for Human Water Use: Applying Exploratory Modeling and Patient Rule Induction to ANEMI
J.H. Kwakkel and J.S. Timmermans
pp. 1054-1063

Global sensitivity analysis for the flow components of a conceptual rainfall-runoff model
Carolina Massmann, Hubert Holzmann
pp. 1064-1071

Multi-method global sensitivity analyses - results for a rainfall-runoff model
Carolina Massmann, Hubert Holzmann
pp. 1072-1079

Optimising the convergence of a Sobol' sensitivity analysis for an environmental model: application of an appropriate estimate for the square of the expectation value and the total variance
Jiri Nossent and Willy Bauwens
pp. 1080-1087

An Integrated, Fast and Easily Useable Software Toolbox Allowing Comparative and Complementary Application of Various Parameter Sensitivity Analysis Methods
Ch. Fischer, S. Kralisch, P. Krause, W.A. Flügel
pp. 1088-1095

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D2. Distributed environmental modelling
Organizers: Ari Jolma, Karl Aberer, Phillip C. Dibner, Kostas Karatzas, Mike Sips

Environmental Modelling Using Cloud Computing Tools: Case Studies and ExamplesEnvironmental Modelling Using Cloud Computing Tools: Case Studies and Examples
Lubos Matejicek
pp. 1096-1103

Distributed Environmental Modeling
Ari Jolma, Anas Altartouri, Ioan Ferencik
pp. 1104-1111

Lost in Translation - Mediating between distributed environmental resources
Patrick Maué, Marcell Roth
pp. 1112-1119

Exploration of spatial and temporal signatures in multiple components of a Geodetic Earth System Model
Mike Sips, Tobias Rawald, Ingo Sasgen, Andrea Unger
pp. 1120-1126

Fusion of Environmental Information for the Delivery of Orchestrated Services for the Atmospheric Environment in the PESCaDO project
Victor Epitropou, Lasse Johansson, Kostas D. Karatzas, Anastasios Bassoukos, Ari Karppinen, Jaakko Kukkonen, Mervi Haakana
pp. 1127-1134

Eco Evidence Database: a distributed modelling resource for systematic literature analysis in environmental science and management
J. Angus Webb, Siobhan C. de Little, Kimberly A. Miller, Michael J. Stewardson
pp. 1135-1142

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D3.1 Advances in software engineering for IEM - methods and approache
Organizers: Olaf David, Sven Kralisch, James C. Ascough II, Peter Krause

Classification of Quality Attributes For Software Systems in the Domain of Integrated Environmental Modelling
Naeem Muhammad, Stijn Van Hoey, Piet Seuntjens, Wesley Boenne
pp. 1143-1150

Integrating OpenMI and UncertWeb: Managing Uncertainty in OpenMI models
Tushar Gupta, Richard Jones, Lucy Bastin and Dan Cornford
pp. 1151-1158

DLES framework for spatially-explicit simulation modelling: general description and some exemplary applications
Maria Bezrukova, Vladimir Shanin, Yulia Khoraskina, Alexey Mikhailov
pp. 1159-1166

Semantic Array Programming for Environmental Modelling: Application of the Mastrave Library
Daniele de Rigo
pp. 1167-1176

Model representation, parameter calibration and parallel computing - the JAMS approach
Sven Kralisch and Christian Fischer
pp. 1177-1184

Enhancing Model Reuse via Component-Centered Modeling Frameworks: the Vision and Example Realizations
Marcello Donatelli, Iacopo Cerrani, Davide Fanchini, Davide Fumagalli, Andrea Emilio Rizzoli
pp. 1185-1192

Comparing Modelling Solutions At Submodel Level: A Case On Soil Temperature Simulation
Simone Bregaglio, Marcello Donatelli, Roberto Confalonieri, Roberto De Mascellis, Marco Acutis
pp. 1193-1200

Domain Specific Languages for Modeling and Simulation: Use Case OMS3
Olaf David, Wesley Lloyd, James C. Ascough II, Timothy R. Green, Kevin Olson, George H. Leavesley, Jack Carlson
pp. 1201-1207

The Cloud Services Innovation Platform - Enabling Service-Based Environmental Modelling Using Infrastructure-as-a-Service Cloud Computing
W. Lloyd, O. David, J.C. Ascough II, T.R. Green, J.R. Carlson
pp. 1208-1215

Design of a Software Framework Based on Geospatial Standards to Facilitate Environmental Modelling Workflows
Vanessa Watson, Kym Watson
pp. 1216-1223

A Multi-Approach Framework to Couple Independent Models for Simulating the Interaction between Crop Growth and Unsaturated-Saturated Flow Processes
S. Peña-Haro, J. Zhou, G.F. Zhang, C. Chen, F. Stauffer, W. Kinzelbach
pp. 1224-1231

Lost in Translation - Mediating between distributed environmental resources
Patrick Maué, Marcell Roth
pp. 1232-1239

Exploration of spatial and temporal signatures in multiple components of a Geodetic Earth System Model
Mike Sips, Tobias Rawald, Ingo Sasgen, Andrea Unger
pp. 1240-1246

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D3.2 Advances in software engineering for IEM - applications and use cases
Organizers: Olaf David, Sven Kralisch, James C. Ascough II, Peter Krause

Parallel implementation to support large spatial simulations
R. Wieland, W. Mirschel and D. Deumlich
pp. 1247-1254

User Guided Generation of Hydrological Models: Interface Design, Workflows and Concepts for an Extensible Software Framework
Karsten Rink, Lars Bilke, Benny Selle and Olaf Kolditz
pp. 1255-1262

Coupling the ExtendSim platform with HEC-HMS for modeling irrigation strategies
M. Lample, D. Bailly, J. Ballé-Béganton
pp. 1263-1270

Design and implementation of the land surface model NaturalEnvironment within the generic framework OpenDanubia for integrative, distributed environmental modelling
Daniel Waldmann, Markus Muerth, Wolfram Mauser
pp. 1271-1278

Enhanced model flexibility and coupling opportunities: The WetSpa model case
Elga Salvadore, Jan Bronders, Okke Batelaan
pp. 1279-1286

Integration of the DAYCENT Biogeochemical Model within a Multi-Model Framework
Jared Abodeely, David Muth, Kenneth Mark Bryden
pp. 1287-1294

A data model for a sustainable management of parameter sets and optimization results
Jean-Michel Perraud, Biao Wang, Jai Vaze
pp. 1295-1302

Integrated Eco-hydrological Modelling by a Combination of Coupled-model and Algorithm Using OMS3
Gaofeng Zhang, Jian Zhou, Qingguo Zhou, Guodong Cheng, Xin Li
pp. 1303-1310

The informatics of the hydrological modelling system JGrass-NewAge
G. Formetta, A. Antonello, S. Franceschi, O. David and R. Rigon
pp. 1311-1318

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D4. Characterising environmental modelling paradigms (Bayesian networks, system dynamics, agent based models, coupled complex models and expert systems)
Organizers: Tony Jakeman, Olivier Barreteau, Mark Borsuk, Carlo Giupponi, Rebecca Kelly, Andrea Rizzoli, Barbara Robson, Sondoss El Sawah, Alexey Voinov

Agent-based Modelling in the Agricultural Economics Tradition of Recursive Farm Modelling and Adaptive Micro-Systems
Thomas Berger, Christian Troost
pp. 1319-1326

Water Quality Assessment in the Venice Lagoon Watershed with Multiple Modelling Approaches
Carlo Giupponi, Arianna Azzellino, Roberta Salvetti, Paolo Parati, Marta Carpani
pp. 1327-1334

Modelling the spread of an invasive crayfish population with fuzzy cellular automata
S. Marsili-Libelli, E. Giusti, F. Gherardi
pp. 1335-1342

A possible integration of multiple paradigms used in integrated assessment modelling of climate change
M.D. Gerst, P. Ding, R.B. Howarth, M.E. Borsuk
pp. 1343-1350

Comparison of outputs based on three different modelling approaches for the response of an intertidal ecosystem to climate change
Thomas Murphy
pp. 1351-1358

Integration of Bayesian inference techniques with mathematical modelling
George B. Arhonditsis
pp. 1359-1366

Using system dynamics for environmental modelling: Lessons learnt from six case studies
Sondoss ElSawah, Dagmar Haase, Hedwig van Delden, Suzanne Pierce, Amgad ElMahdi, Alexey A. Voinov, Anthony J. Jakeman
pp. 1367-1374

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D6. Geographic Information Systems and geoprocessing workflows for environmental modelling
Organizers: Daniel P. Ames, Robert Argent, Susan Cuddy, Nigel W.T. Quinn, Raul Zurita-Milla

GIS-based procedure for evaluation of performances of the Italian atmospheric modelling system simulated data versus observed measurements
Antonio Piersanti, Gaia Righini, Giuseppe Cremona, Luisella Ciancarella, Irene Cionni, Massimo D'Isidoro, Mihaela Mircea, Lina Vitali
pp. 1375-1382

Automatic modelling and continuous map generation from georeferenced species census data in an interoperable GIS environment
Lluís Pesquer, Ester Prat, Ricardo Díaz-Delgado, Joan Masó, Javier Bustamante and Xavier Pons
pp. 1383-1390

Breathing new life into legacy integrated surface groundwater models using GIS-based adaptive mesh, hydrology refinement and data mapping tools
Nigel W.T. Quinn, Thomas J. Heinzer, M. Diane Williams
pp. 1391-1398

A Logic-based Model for uncertainty reduction: parallel processing
Omar Doukari, Robert Jeansoulin
pp. 1399-1406

Global Multiscale Hydrologic Web Services
Steve Kopp, Dean Djokic, Nawajish Noman
pp. 1407-1414

Developing a GIS-based Spatial Decision Support System for Automated Tree Crop Management to Optimize Irrigation Inputs
Aviva Peeters, Alon Ben-Gal, Amots Hetzroni and Manuela Zude
pp. 1415-1422

Spatio-temporal Analysis of Decentralized Energy Systems
Lubos Matejicek, Rudolf Pribil
pp. 1423-1430

Geovisual analytics of Satellite Image Time Series
Raul Zurita-Milla, Connie Blok, and Vasilios Retsios
pp. 1431-1438

HYDROTAM: 3D Model for Hydrodynamic and Transport Processes in Coastal Waters
Lale Balas, Asli Numanoglu Genç and Asu Inan
pp. 1439-1446

A GIS-based Data Analysis Platform for Analyzing the Time-Varying Quality of Animal Feed and its Impact on the Environment
A. Taliun, M. Böhlen, A. Bracher and F. Cafagna
pp. 1447-1454

Semi-automatic delimitation of Buffer Zones for protected areas: A contribution from Species Distribution Modelling
Cuitlahuac Hernandez-Santiago, Martin Volk
pp. 1455-1462

The Spatial Data Analyzer© as a model visualization and analysis tool
Qimiao Lu, Thorsten Arnold
pp. 1463-1470

Modelling land use changes according to transportation scenarios using raster based GIS indicators
Morten Fuglsang, Bernd Münier, Henning Sten Hansen
pp. 1471-1480

Species distribution modelling and open source GIS: why are they still so loosely connected?
Anne Ghisla, Duccio Rocchini, Markus Neteler, Michael Förster, Birgit Kleinschmit
pp. 1481-1488

Uncertainty propagation between web services - a case study using the eHabitat WPS to identify unique ecosystems
Michael Schulz, Jon Olav Skøien, Lydia Gerharz, Grégoire Dubois, Edzer Pebesma
pp.1489-1496

Hydrologic Data Discovery, Download, Visualization, and Analysis: A Brief Introduction to HydroDesktop
Daniel P. Ames, Jeffery S. Horsburgh, Yang Cao, Jiri Kadlec, Timothy Whiteaker, David Valentine
pp. 1497-1504

A Strategy for Integrating Open Source GIS Toolboxes for Geoprocessing and Data Analysis
Yang Cao and Daniel P. Ames
pp. 1505-1511

Particles in the Cloud - Running GIS-based Particle Tracking Models for Fish Larval Dissemination in Traditional and Cloud Computing Architectures
Tiffany C. Vance and Kyle Wilcox
pp. 1512-1518

The AgESGUI Geospatial Simulation System for Environmental Model Application and Evaluation
James C. Ascough II, Olaf David, Shilpa V. Murthy
pp.1519-1526

An Extensible Inverse Modeling Software Architecture for Parameter Distribution Estimation
Carlos Osorio, Matthew Over, Daniel P. Ames, Yoram Rubin
pp. 1527-1534

The Demeter Framework for Model and Data Interoperability
Eric Fritzinger, Sergiu M. Dascalu, Daniel P. Ames, Karl Benedict, Ivan Gibbs, Michael J. McMahon, Jr., Frederick C. Harris, Jr.
pp. 1535-1543

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D7. Third session on data mining as a tool for environmental scientists (S-DMTES-2012)
Organizers: Karina Gibert, Miquel Sànchez Marrè, Joaquin Izquierdo, Ignasi Rodriguez-Roda, Geoff Holmes, Serena Chen, Antonio Ciampi, Ioannis Athanasiadis

An approach based on ranking elements to form supply clusters in water supply networks as a support to vulnerability assessment
J.A. Gutiérrez-Pérez, M. Herrera, J. Izquierdo, R. Pérez-García
pp. 1544-1551

A multi-level spectral clustering process to ascertain sensor location for mitigating effects of a potential contamination in a water supply network
M. Herrera a, J.A. Gutiérrez-Pérez, J. Izquierdo, and R. Pérez-García
pp. 1552-1559

Markov-based approaches to support policies makers in environment and healthcare
Antonio Candelieri, Francesco Archetti, Ilaria Giordani, Gaia Arosio
pp. 1560-1568

Assessing variation in biofilms development in a drinking water distribution system by an object oriented Bayesian network approach
E. Ramos-Martínez, M. Herrera, J. Izquierdo, R. Pérez-García
pp. 1569-1576

An application of data mining to fruit and vegetable sample identification using Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry
G. Holmes, D. Fletcher and P. Reutemann
pp. 1577-1584

Knowledge Discovery for Biodiversity: from Data Mining to Sign Management
Noël Conruyt, David Grosser, Régine Vignes Lebbe
pp. 1585-1593

Multitask Learning of Environmental Spatial Data
Mikhail Kanevski
pp. 1594-1602

Selecting relevant predictors: impact of variable selection on model performance, uncertainty and applicability of models in environmental decision making
Gert Everaert, Javier E. Holguin, Peter L.M. Goethals
pp. 1603-1611

A picture on Environmental Data Mining Real Applications. What is done and how?
Karina Gibert, Miquel Sànchez Marrè
pp. 1612-1619

A method for comparing data splitting approaches for developing hydrological ANN models
Wenyan Wu, Robert May, Graeme C. Dandy and Holger R. Maier
pp. 1620-1627

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D8. Comparison of and guidelines for environmental modelling paradigms
Organizers: Tony Jakeman, Olivier Barreteau, Mark Borsuk, Andrea Rizzoli, Alexey Voinov

Bioeconomic modelling: Integrating economic and environmental systems?
Marit E. Kragt
pp. 1628-1636

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D11. Ecological modelling and networks
Organizers: Brian Fath, Caner Kazanci, Ursula Scharler

Modelling of ecosystem with different types of components aggregation
Evgeniya Giricheva
pp. 1637-1644

Dynamics of Genetic Structure of Population with Age Structure during Optimal Harvest with Constant Quota
Oksana Zhdanova and Efim Frisman
pp. 1645-1652

Assessment of Phytoplankton Productivity Using Satellite Data for Peter the Great Gulf
Oksana Zhdanova, Alexander Abakumov
pp. 1653-1658

Mathematical model for number dynamics of populations with varying reproductive age
Galina Neverova, Efim Frisman
pp. 1659-1666

Application of a Metapopulation Approach for Analysis of Space-Time Population Dynamics (case study using ungulates)
Matvey Kulakov, Oksana Revutskaya, Efim Frisman
pp. 1667-1672

Instability of the Exploited Population with a Simple Age Structure
Oksana Revutskaya, Efim Frisman
pp. 1673-1679

A Stochastic Trout Population Model for Supporting Fish Management
C. Siegenthaler-Le Drian, L. Indermaur, A. Peter and P. Reichert
pp. 1680-1687

Ecological Flow Analysis of Network Collapse I: New methodology to investigate network collapse dynamics
Brian D. Fath, Elena Rovenskaya, Victoria Veschinskaya, Ulf Dieckmann, Ake Brannström
pp. 1688-1695

Ecological Flow Analysis of Network Collapse II: Indicators of ecosystem level vulnerability Elena
Rovenskaya, Victoria Veschinskaya, Brian D. Fath, Ulf Dieckmann, Ake Brannström
pp. 1696-1701

Core Network Compartments: Relative importance of ecosystems players in moving energy through the system
Ursula M. Scharler, Brian D. Fath
pp. 1702-1709

Automatic population counts for improved wildlife management using aerial photography
B. Sirmacek, M. Wegmann, A.D.P. Cross, J.G.C. Hopcraft, P. Reinartz and S. Decha
pp. 1710-1717

Blueprint for a unifying framework for synthesis of aquatic ecodynamics
Matthew R. Hipsey, David P. Hamilton, Paul C. Hanson, Justin D. Brookes, Dennis Trolle, Louise C. Bruce
pp. 1718-1725

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D12. First joint workshop on data mining and intelligent decision support systems for environmental scientists (IV W-DMTES-2012 and IEDSS-2012)
Organizers: Karina Gibert, Joaquin Izquierdo, Miquel Sànchez-Marrè, Ignasi Rodriguez-Roda, Rick Sojda, Geoff Holmes, Antonio Ciampi, Ioannis Athanasiadis, Joaquim Comas

Tools for Environmental Data Mining and Intelligent Decision Support
Karina Gibert, Miquel Sànchez-Marrè, Beatriz Sevilla
pp. 1726-1734

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E - Participatory Modelling and Stakeholder Involvement

 

E1. The role of models in governing transition processes towards sustainable resource management
Organizers: Johannes Halbe, Dominik Reusser, Claudia Pahl-Wostl, Jan Sendzimir

A concept for the development of model indicators for policy makers to adapt German inland waters to climate change
Annette Stosius, Sebastian Kofalk, Michael Schleuter
pp. 1735-1742

An Integrated Assessment Metamodel for Developing Adaptation Pathways for Sustainable Water Management in the Lower Rhine Delta
Marjolijn Haasnoot, Willem P.A. van Deursen, Hans Middelkoop, Eelco van Beek, Nanda Wijermans
pp. 1743-1751

The use of models to design pest suppressive landscapes for sustainable agricultural practice
Hazel R. Parry, Felix J.J.A. Bianchi, Nancy A. Schellhorn
pp. 1752-1759

Formalizing conceptual modeling: An application to Orchard Meadows in Baden-Württemberg
Kristine Hammel, Thorsten Arnold
pp. 1760-1767

Negotiated Outcomes - Actor-oriented Modelling of Energy Efficiency in a Stockholm City District Renewal
Örjan Svane, Per Lundqvist, Josefin Wangel, Daniel K. Jonsson, Aleh Kliatsko
pp. 1768-1775

Collaborative modelling of the interdependence of mitigation, adaptation and development
D.E. Reusser, Tabea Lissner, Raphael Lutz, Flavio Augusto Pinto Siabatto and Jürgen P. Kropp
pp. 1776-1783

A conceptual approach tackling the question: Can "bio"-fuels become a synonym for social progress in remote areas in Brazil?
Wibke Avenhaus, Dagmar Haase
pp. 1784-1792

Enhancing Stocks and Flows modelling to support sustainable resource management in low carbon infrastructure transitions
Jonathan Busch, David Dawson, Katy Roelich, Julia Steinberger, Philip Purnell
pp. 1793-1800

Computer assisted dynamic adaptive policy design for sustainable water management in river deltas in a changing environment
Jan Kwakkel, Marjolijn Haasnoot
pp. 1801-1810

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E2. Understanding human-environment interactions through modelling and stakeholder participation
Organizers: Jörg Krywkow, Pieter Valkering, François Bousquet, Geeske Scholz, Alexey Voinov, Heleen Vreugdenhil

Modelling human-environment systems in transdisciplinary processes
R. Seidl, Q.B. Le
pp. 1811-1818

Land use modelling and the role of stakeholders in natural protected areas: the case of Doñana, Spain
Richard Hewitt, Verónica Hernández-Jiménez, María A. Encinas, Francisco Escobar
pp. 1819-1826

Participatory Land Use Modeling with Bayesian Networks: a Focus on Subjective Validation
Enrico Celio, Sibyl H. Brunner, Adrienne Grêt-Regamey
pp. 1827-1834

Providing scientific certainty in predictive decision support: the role of closed questions
Joseph H.A. Guillaume, Anthony J. Jakeman
pp. 1835-1842

Agent-based simulation of stakeholders' negotiation regarding land development scenarios using a fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process
Majeed Pooyandeha and Danielle J. Marceau
pp. 1843-1850

Building an Integrated Model for Freshwater Allocation with Local Managers in a Coastal Area
Johanna Ballé-Béganton, Denis Bailly, Michel Lample, Rémi Mongruel, Jean Prou, Harold Réthoret, Cédric Bacher, José A. Pérez Agùndez, Alice Vanhoutte-Brunier, Julien Neveu
pp. 1851-1858

Transdisciplinary Conceptual Modeling of Socio-Ecological System
Maria Helena Guimaraes, Johanna Ballé-Béganton, Denis Bailly, Alice Newton, Tomasz Boski, Tomaz Dentinho
pp. 1859-1868

How to make environmental models better in supporting social learning? A critical review of promising tools
Joop de Kraker, Merel van der Wal
pp. 1869-1876

QUICKScan: a pragmatic approach to decision support
Peter Verweij, Manuel Winograd, Marta Perez-Soba, Rob Knapen, Yke van Randen
pp. 1877-1884

System Dynamic Modelling for conflicts analysis in groundwater management
Raffaele Giordano, Marcela Brugnach, Michele Vurro
pp. 1885-1894

Eliciting farming decisions of smallholders in response to water availability conditions in Chingale, Southern Malawi
J. Krywkow, S. P. Kam, C. T. Hoanh and A. D. G. Chijere
pp. 1895-1902

Developing and integrating a simulation model of water resources supply and demand within an on-going governance building process: a case study in Thau Catchment, South of France
Géraldine Abrami, Audrey Richard-Ferroudji, Sylvain Barone, Olivier Barreteau and Camille Tessier
pp. 1903-1911

Wat-A-Game, a toolkit for building role-playing games about integrated water management
Géraldine Abrami, Nils Ferrand, Sylvie Morardet, Clément Murgue, Albena Popova, Heleen De Fooij, Stefano Farolfi, Derick Du Toit, Wanda Aquae-Gaudi
pp. 1912-1919

Modelling farmers' choice of miscanthus allocation in farmland: a case-based reasoning model
Laura Martin, Florence Le Ber, Julie Wohlfahrt, Géraldine Bocquého, Marc Benoît
pp. 1920-1927

Using a fuzzy-logic approach to model a reservoir and transfer system under climate change conditions
Josef Schmid, Ralf Ludwig, Markus Muerth
pp. 1928-1935

Bridging the gap between modellers and model users, why does this gap exist and what can we do about it?
Onno Roosenschoon, Stefan Reis, John Turnpenny, Camilla Adele, Klaus Jacob, Dirk Wascher, Sabine Weiland, Katharina Helming, Aranka Podhora, Jan-Erik Wien
pp. 1936-1943

Working together with managers to upgrade a tool for Integrated Coastal Zone Management of a Greek mussel-farming area
Zoi I. Konstantinou, Yannis N. Krestenitis
pp. 1944-1951

Transdisciplinary research for supporting environmental management
Meike Düspohl, Sina Frank, Tuck-Fatt Siew, Petra Döll
pp. 1952-1959

Participatory Analysis of the Sustainability of Livelihoods in the Agro-ecosystem of Abesard, Iran
Hadi Veisi and Sahar Bagheri Toulabi
pp. 1960-1968

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F - Resource Management and Sustainability

 

F1. Land-use and land-cover modelling: dealing with complexity
Organizers: Daniel Rutledge, Guy Engelen, Alexander Herzig, Jean-Luc de Kok, Fraser Morgan, Brendan Williams

Land-use scenario modelling based on human decisions - Combining system dynamics and cellular automata
Steffen Lauf, Dagmar Haase, Birgit Kleinschmit
pp. 1969-1976

Interpreting Outputs of a Landscape-Scale Coupled Social-Ecological System
Carsten Marohn, Pepijn Schreinemachers, Dang Viet Quang, Prakit Siripalangkanont, Simon Hörhold, Thomas Berger, Georg Cadisch
pp. 1977-1983

Spatial-dynamic visualization of long-term scenarios for demographic, social-economic and environmental change in Flanders
Jean-Luc de Kok, Lien Poelmans, Guy Engelen, Inge Uljee, Leen van Esch
pp. 1984-1991

Social Structure-Land Use-Water Flows: Modelling Relationships using Discrete Bayesian Networks
Rosa Fernández, Bárbara A. Willaarts, Antonio Fernández, Rafael Rumí, Pedro A. Aguilera
pp. 1992-1999

Development of an Activity-based Cellular Automata Land-use Model: the case of Flanders, Belgium
Tomas Crols, Roger White, Inge Uljee, Guy Engelen, Frank Canters, Lien Poelmans
pp. 2000-2007

Sensitivity of Spatially Explicit Land-use Logistic Regression Models to the Errors Land-use Change Maps
Alexander V. Prishchepov, Daniel M6üller, Van Butsic, Volker C. Radeloff
pp. 2008-2015

The choice of crop rotations as an important model input - a case study from Saxony
Marco Lorenz, Enrico Thiel, Martin Schönhart
pp. 2016-2023

Modelling land use change and its spatial variability for ecosystem services assessments
Marie Castellazzi, Iain Brown, Laura Poggio, Alessandro Gimona
pp. 2024-2031

Land Systems Modelling: An Atomistic Approach to Improve Handling of Complexity in Land-use and Land-cover Change Modelling
Daniel T. Rutledge, Robbie Price, Alexander Herzig
pp. 2032-2039

Exploring land use trends in Europe: a comparison of forecasting approaches and results
Hedwig van Delden, Jasper van Vliet, Jan-Erik Petersen, Ybele Hoogeveen, Berien Elbersen, John Helming, Katharina Helming, Tom Kuhlman, Peter Nowicki, Christian Pallière, Ignacio Pérez Domínguez, Marta Pérez-Soba, Peter Verburg, Geert Woltjer
pp. 2040-2047

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F2. Sustainability assessment: quantitative indicators, models and technique
Organizers: Marina G. Erechtchoukova, Peter A. Khaiter

Utilization of OpenMI for Calculation of Material Flows in the Tool for Sustainability Impact Assessment (ToSIA)
Tommi Suominen, Sergey Zudin, Marcus Lindner and Peter Verweij
pp. 2048-2055

Sustainable settlement growth by model-based decision support: Comparison of two MCA-tools for urban regions
Sophie Schetke, Dagmar Haase
pp. 2056-2061

Comparison of Regression and Artificial Neural Network Impact Assessment Models: A Case Study of Micro-Watershed Management in India
Saha Narayan, Jha Amol Kumar, Pathak Krishna Kant
pp. 2062-2069

An index for evaluating biodiversity protection parity
Georgii A. Alexandrov
pp. 2070-2074

Quantitative Assessment of Natural and Anthropogenic Factors in Forest Carbon Sequestration
Peter A. Khaiter, Marina G. Erechtchoukova
pp. 2075-2082

Mobility - a panacea for pastoralism? An ecological-economic modelling approach
Gunnar Dressler, Birgit Mueller, Karin Frank
pp. 2083-2090

Trading-off Economics and Sustainability in Optimizing Brownfield Redevelopment
Maximilian Morio, Sebastian Schädler and Michael Finkel
pp. 2091-2099

Developing a Composite Risk Index for Secondary Soil Salinization Based on the PSR Sustainability Framework
De Zhou, Zhulu Lin, Liming Liu
pp. 2100-2107

An Integrated Modeling and Data Management Strategy for Cellulosic Biomass Production Decisions
Joshua Koch, David Muth, Kenneth Bryden
pp. 2108-2115

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F3. Simulating environmental change - quality, quantity and validation
Organizers: Jörg Priess, Subhashree Das, Christian Schweitzer

Modelling Large Scale Invasion Of New Species Under Temperature Change By Reaction-diffusion Equations
Otto Richter and Wenkui He
pp. 2116-2123

Land Use Change and Suitability Assessment in the Upper Blue Nile Basin Under Water Resources and Socio-economic Constraints: A Drive Towards a Decision Support System
Seleshi Yalew, Ermias Teferi, Ann van Griensven, Stefan Uhlenbrook, Marloes Mul, Johannes van der Kwast, Pieter van der Zaag
pp. 2124-2131

An agent-based modelling approach to project future habitat suitability for Northern Spotted Owl in Central Oregon
Jennifer Koch, James M. Sulzman, John P. Bolte, Robert J. Pabst, Thomas A. Spies, Tim Sheehan, Keith A. Olsen, Jeffrey D. Kline
pp. 2132-2139

Phosphorus Use and Management Strategies: Exploring Scenarios of Smallholder's Soil Fertility, Food Production and Livelihood with a Multi-Agent System Model
Quang Bao Le, Roland W. Scholz, Roman Seidl, Quyet Manh Vu, Tien Minh Tran
pp. 2140-2147

Representation of environmental dynamics in models of socio-environmental systems
Jörg A. Priess and Christian Schweitzer
pp. 2148-2154

Modelling the impact of climate change on irrigation area demand in the Jordan River region
J. Koch, F. Wimmer, R. Schaldach, J. Onigkeit, and C. Folberth
pp. 2155-2162

Modelling nitrogen transport and turnover at the hillslope scale - a process oriented approach
Philipp Kraft, Edwin Haas, Steffen Klatt, Ralf Kiese, Klaus Butterbach-Bahl, Hans-Georg Frede, Lutz Breuer
pp. 2163-2170

Assessing land-cover/land-use change and its impacts on surface water quality in the Ziarat Catchment, Golestan Province-Iran
Mojtaba Zamani, Amir Sadoddin, Arash Zare Garizi
pp. 2171-2178

AgroEcoSystem-Watershed (AgES-W) Model Evaluation for Streamflow and Nitrogen/Sediment Dynamics on a Midwest Agricultural Watershed
James C. Ascough II, Olaf David, Douglas R. Smith, Holm Kipka, Manfred Fink, Timothy R. Green, Peter Krause, Gregory S. McMaster, Sven Kralisch, Lajpat R. Ahuja
pp. 2179-2186

Impacts of Human Settlements on a Coastal Landscape: The Case of Rio Verde Basin, Mexico
Cuitlahuac Hernandez-Santiago, Martin Volk, Jörg Priess
pp. 3152-3159

Perceptual Modelling Of Environmental Indicators to Assess Land Uses Impacts on Water Quality
Nathalie Lalande, Flavie Cernesson, Marie-George Tournoud
pp. 3160-3168

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F5. Understanding ecosystem services, multi-functional land use, trade-offs and uncertainty
Organizers: David Miller, Iain Brown and Keith Matthews

Quantifying Trade-offs between Bioenergy Production, Food Production, Water Quality and Water Quantity Aspects in a German Case Study
Sven Lautenbach, Martin Volk, Michael Strauch, Gerald Whittaker, Ralf Seppelt
pp. 2187-2193

Modelling trade-offs between ecosystem services and agricultural production in Western Australia
Marit E. Kragt, Michael J. Robertson
pp. 2202-2210

Optimising Land Use for Multiple Ecosystem Services Objectives: A Case Study in the WaitakiCatchment, New Zealand
A.-G.E. Ausseil, A. Herzig, J.R. Dymond
pp. 2211-2218

Land use change from pastoral farming to carbon forestry: Identifying trade-offs between ecosystem services using economic-ecological spatial modelling
B. Huser, G. McDonald, D. Phyn, J. Hurkens, H. van Delden, D.T. Rutledge and J. Simmons
pp. 2219-2226

Realizing Transition Pathways to Provide Required Ecosystem Services - an Inverse Approach
Adrienne Grêt-Regamey, Ricardo Crespo
pp. 2227-2234

Facilitating well-informed trade-off decision making on land use change: Integrating rules and indicators of ecosystem service provision into procedural 3D visualization
Ulrike Wissen Hayek, Noemi Neuenschwander, Adrienne Grêt-Regamey
pp. 2235-2242

Modelling Human-Landscape System Dynamics to Support Reward Mechanisms for Agro-biodiversity Conservation
Grace B. Villamor, Quang Bao Le, Paul L.G. Vlek, Meine van Noordwijk
pp. 2243-2250

Modelling ecosystem services using Bayesian belief networks: Burggravenstroom case study
Dries Landuyt, Elina Bennetsen, Rob D'Hondt, Guy Engelen, Steven Broekx, Peter L.M. Goethals
pp. 2251-2258

Spatio-temporal Characterisation of Ecosystem Functions Based on Macro-habitats
L. Poggio, A. Gimona, M. Castellazzi, I. Brown and David Miller
pp. 2259-2266

Approaching Uncertainties in Land-Use Change Modeling in the Amazon Rainforest with Bayesian Belief Networks
Carsten Krüger, Dennis Funke, Tobia Lakes
pp. 2267-2274

Exploring path-dependencies and spatial variability in landscape scale scenarios for ecosystem services assessments
M.S. Castellazzi, I. Brown, A. Gimona, L. Poggio
pp. 2275-2282

The impact of production and price risk on ecosystem goods and services provision from agriculture and forestry in mountainous regions
S. Briner, P. Bebi, C. Elkin, N. Zurbriggen, R. Finger
pp. 2283-2291

An agent-based model for assessing effects of a Chinese PES programme on land-use change along with livelihood dynamics, and land degradation and restoration
Takafumi Miyasaka, Quang Bao Le, Toshiya Okuro, Xueyong Zhao, Roland W. Scholz, Kazuhiko Takeuchi
pp. 2292-2299

Assessing the influence of long-term urban growth scenarios on urban climate
Rahim Aguejdad, Julia Hidalgo, Omar Doukari, Valéry Masson, Thomas Houet
pp. 3169-3176

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G - Knowledge, Data and Semantic Processing for Environmental Research

 

G1.1 Analysis of data of remote sensing data for environmental models - with special emphasis on "remote sensing"
Organizers: Isabelle Herlin, Roberto San José, Steffen Unger, Dan Zachary

Suitability of land cover and remote sensing data for modelling species distributions
Anna F. Cord, Doris Klein, Franz Mora, Stefan Dech
pp. 2300-2307

Study on vegetation indices selection and changing detection thresholds selection in Land cover change detection assessment using change vector analysis
Nguyen Ba Duy, Tran Thi Huong Giang
pp. 2308-2315

Comparison between the TRMM Product and Rainfall Interpolation for Prediction in Ungauged Catchments
S. Visessri, N. McIntyre
pp. 2316-2324

Image Assimilation and Motion Estimation of Geophysical Fluids
Isabelle Herlin, Dominique Béréziat, Étienne Huot
pp. 2325-2332

Spatial modelling of potential soil water retention under floodplain inundation using remote sensing and GIS
Yun Chen, Bing Wang, Carmel Pollino, Linda Merrin
pp. 2333-2340

Distributed Validation of Hydrological Model Using Field and Remotely Sensed Data
F. Kilonzo, A. Van Griensven, W. Bauwens
pp. 2341-2349

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G1.2 Integration of heterogeneous data and environmental models - with special emphasis on "integration of data and models"
Organizers: Isabelle Herlin, Roberto San José, Steffen Unger, Dan Zachary

Visual integration of diverse environmental data: A case study in Central Germany
C. Helbig, K. Rink, A. Marx, J. Priess, M. Frank and O. Kolditz
pp. 2350-2357

Geoinformation technologies in the identification of meandering section of the river
Beata Wieczorek, Katarzyna Glińska-Lewczuk, Anna Sobieraj
pp. 2358-2364

Virtual Appliances for geospatial data processing
Christian Schwartze, Sven Kralisch, Wolfgang-Albert Flügel
pp. 2365-2370

Monitoring the performance of Soft Sensors used in WWTPs by means of Formal Verification
L. Luccarini, D. Pulcini, D. Sottara, S. Bragaglia and P. Mello
pp. 2371-2378

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G3. Semantics and the environment
Organizers: Andrea Rizzoli, Ioannis Athanasiadis, Sasa Nesic, Ferdinando Villa

Operationalizing expert knowledge and stakeholder preferences in integrated natural hazard risk assessment
Sebastian Scheuer, Dagmar Haase
pp. 2379-2386

Making Sense of Sensor Data Using Ontology: A Discussion for Road Vehicle Classification
Markus Stocker, Mauno Rönkkö, Mikko Kolehmainen
pp. 2387-2394

Filtering of Semantically Enriched Environmental Time Series
B. Bozic, J. Peters-Anders, G. Schimak
pp. 2395-2402

Towards integrated model building with semantically annotated components
Oliver Schmitz, Derek Karssenberg and Jean-Luc de Kok
pp. 2403-2412

Fuzzy classification trees as environmental indicators
S. Marsili-Libelli, E. El Basri, C. Plotegher, E. Giusti
pp. 2413-2420

Towards integrated environmental model-based problem solving 2.0
Huub Scholten
pp. 2421-2428

Semantic annotation of environmental resources: Does it really matter to resource users?
Sasa Nesic, Andrea E. Rizzoli, Gerald Schimak, Giusepe Avelino, Jirí Hrebícek, Alexander Kaufmann, Marcello Donatelli
pp. 2429-2436

An ontology-based design for modeling case studies of everyday proenvironmental behaviour in the workplace
Gary Polhill, Nick Gotts, Noelia Sánchez-Maroño, Edoardo Pignotti, Óscar Fontenla-Romero, Miguel Rodríguez-García, Amparo Alonso-Betanzos, Pete Edwards and Tony Craig
pp. 2437-2446

A generic data schema for crop experiment data in food security research
Sander Janssen, Daniel van Kraalingen, Hendrik Boogaard, Allard de Wit, Jappe Franke, Cheryl Porter, Ioannis N. Athanasiadis
pp. 2447-2454

Linked Data in Renewable Energy Domain
Henry Abanda and Joseph Tah
pp. 2455-2462

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H - Socio-Environmental Systems

 

H2. Human decisions in agent-based models for natural resource use
Organizers: Birgit Müller, Jürgen Groeneveld, Nina Schwarz

A new BDI agent architecture based on the belief theory. Application to the modeling of cropping plan decision-making
Patrick Taillandier, Olivier Therond and Benoit Gaudou
pp. 2463-2470

Linking social simulation and urban water modelling tools to support adaptive urban water management
Ifigeneia Koutiva, Christos Makropoulos
pp. 2471-2479

Good modelling practice: expanding the ODD model description protocol for socioenvironmental agent based models
Jürgen Groeneveld, Birgit Müller, Friedrich Angermüller, Romina Drees, Gunnar Dreßler, Christian Klassert, Jule Schulze, Hanna Weise, Nina Schwarz
pp. 2480-2484

Using social psychology theory for modelling farmer decision-making
James D.A. Millington
pp. 2485-2492

The role of social interaction in farmers' climate adaptation choice
Rianne van Duinen, Tatiana Filatova, Anne van der Veen
pp. 2493-2504

Future Dynamics of Irrigation Water Demand in the Farming Landscape of the Venice Lagoon Watershed under the Pressure of Climate Change
Stefano Balbi, Sabindra Bhandari, Animesh Gain, Carlo Giupponi
pp. 2505-2512

Social-ecological modelling with LARA: A psychologically well-founded lightweight agent architecture
Ramón Briegel, Andreas Ernst, Sascha Holzhauer, Daniel Klemm, Friedrich Krebs, Aldo Martínez Pinánez
pp. 2513-2520

The implications of alternative developer decision-making strategies on land-use and land-cover in an agent-based land market model
D.C. Parker, S. Sun, T. Filatova, N. Magliocca, Q. Huang, D.G. Brown, R. Riolo
pp. 2521-2528

Human decision making for empirical agent-based models: construction and validation
Grace B. Villamor, Meine van Noordwijk, Klaus G. Troitzsch, Paul L.G. Vlek
pp. 2529-2536

Comparison of Two Common Empirical Methods to Model Land-Use Choices in a Multi-Agent System Simulation of Landscape Transition: Implication for a Hybrid Approach
Quang Bao Le and Flávia F. Feitosa
pp. 2537-2544

Combining socio-economic and ecological modelling to inform natural resource management strategies
Johannes P. M. Heinonen, Justin M. J. Travis, Steve M. Redpath, Michelle A. Pinard
pp. 2545-2558

Landscape Management Framework (LMF) - development and application of a new concept for a dynamic landscape management model
David Windhorst, Philipp Kraft, Hans-Georg Frede, Lutz Breuer
pp. 2559-2565

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H3. Modelling responses to shocks in coupled socio-ecological systems
Organizers: Tatiana Filatova, Gary Polhill

Modelling residential mobility in a shrinking medium-sized town: Model concept and first empirical results for Delitzsch, Germany
Nina Schwarz, Katrin Großmann, Carolin Höhnke, Elisabeth Süßbauer
pp. 2566-2572

Urban shrinkage as a shock? Challenges for modelling human-environmental interaction
Annegret Haase, Dieter Rink, Katrin Großmann
pp. 2573-2583

Taking into account recovery to assess vulnerability: application to farms exposed to flooding
P. Brémond, F. Grelot
pp. 2584-2592

Simulation of Resilience of an Insurance System to Flood Risk
F. Grelot, O. Barreteau
pp. 2593-2600

Social Uncertainties in Social-Ecological Systems: Policy dynamics in the Dutch Delta Programme
Nanda Wijermans and Heleen Vreugdenhil
pp. 2601-2610

Simulating shrinkage as shock? Insights from existing shrinkage models
Dagmar Haase, Nina Schwarz
pp. 2611-2618

Shocks in coupled socio-ecological systems: what are they and how can we model them?
Tatiana Filatova and Gary Polhill
pp. 2619-2630

Which household tolerates droughts? - Strategies to secure pastoral livelihoods
R. Drees, A. Linstädter, K. Frank and B. Müller
pp. 2631-2641

Dairy Farming and Newt Habitat: How Shocks in Milk Prices Influence the Optimal Design of Water Retention Policies
Anouk Cormont, Jappe Franke, Tom Kuhlman, Nico Polman, Marleen Schouten, Astrid van Teeffelen, Tim Verwaart, Eugène Westerhof
pp. 2642-2650

Simulating Shocks with the Hypercycles Model of Economic Production
Christopher Watts, Claudia R. Binder
pp. 2651-2659

 

H6. Human decisions in agent-based models (ABM) for natural resource use - need for protocols
Organizers: Birgit Müller, Jürgen Groeneveld, Nina Schwarz

Narrative explanation of agent decision-making
James D.A. Millington, David O'Sullivan, George L.W. Perry
pp. 2660-2665

Relevant Theoretical and Empirical Aspects for Considering Human Decision-Making Represented in Agent-Based Models for Natural Resource Management
Quang Bao Le
pp. 2666-2668

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I - Issues in Water Resources Management

 

I1. Environmental fluid mechanics - theoretical, numerical and experimental approaches
Organizers: Carlo Gualtieri, Petra Amparo Lopez Jimenez, Dragutin T. Mihailovic, Nils Mole, Bert Blocken

Air Pollutant Dispersion from a Large Semi-Enclosed Stadium in an Urban Area: High-Resolution CFD Modeling versus Full-Scale Measurements
Twan van Hooff, Bert Blocken
pp. 2669-2676

Large-Eddy Simulation of Pollutant Dispersion in Downtown Montreal: Evaluation of the Convective and Turbulent Mass Fluxes
Pierre Gousseau, Bert Blocken, Ted Stathopoulos, GertJan van Heijst
pp. 2677-2684

Experimental and Computational Analysis of Microscale Wind Environmental Conditions in the Port of Rotterdam
Wendy Janssen, Bert Blocken, Herm Jan van Wijhe
pp. 2685-2692

A Computational Study on the Influence of Urban Morphology on Wind-Induced Outdoor Ventilation
Rubina Ramponi, Bert Blocken
pp. 2693-2700

DM2: A Software Tool for Dredged Material Characterization and Management
Alla Khosrovyan, Araceli Rodríguez-Romero, T. Angel DelValls, Inmaculada Riba
pp. 2701-2708

Sustainability indicators for river water quality management in urban areas
C. Gualtieri, P.A. López-Jiménez
pp. 2709-2716

An Essay about the Functional Time of Environmental Interfaces Regarded as Complex Biophysical Systems
Dragutin T. Mihailovic and Igor Balaz
pp. 2717-2724

Cloud detection and analysis using LAPS system
B. Rajkovic and J. Markovic
pp. 2725-2730

Contribution of river-bed interfaces to running water quality by coupling modeling and in situ measurements
Sabine Sauvage, José-Miguel Sanchez-Perez, Magali Gerino, Stéphanie Boulêtreau, Sébastien Delmotte, Dimitri Peyrard, Samuel Teissier, Philippe Vervier
pp. 2731-2738

Simplified Modelling of Pollutant Transport in Stratified Groundwater Aquifers
A. Ali, R. McKibbin and W. L. Sweatman
pp. 2739-2746

Turbulence structure and coherent motion in a straight laboratory flume
Donatella Termini
pp. 2747-2753

Applying the Inverse Distance Weighting and Krigin Methods of the Spatial Interpolation on the Mapping the Annual Precipitation in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Dreškovic Nusret and Samir Ðugb
pp. 2754-2760

Application of CFD methods to the upgrading of a contact tank
C. Gualtieri
pp. 2761-2768

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I2.1 Water management and planning - models for unique institutional, economic and geographic contexts
Organizers: Julien Harou, Andrea Castelletti, Manuel Pulido-Velazquez, Ejaz Qureshi

Analysis of Water Resource Allocation and Water Quality for Low Flow River in Mediterranean Watershed: Hydrological Simulation Model Overview
Rubab Fatima Bangash, Ana Passuello and Marta Schuhmacher
pp. 2769-2777

Modelling water use intensity at farm scale - an interdisciplinary study of agriculture and hydrology (AgroHyd)
Simone Kraatz, Uwe Hunstock, Judy A. Libra, Katrin Drastig
pp. 2778-2785

Model Management for watershed practitioners: Options for a rural watershed in Ontario, Canada
Thorsten Arnold
pp.2786-2793

Complexities in modelling water availability in the water-scarce Aksu catchment, northwest China
M. Wortmann, S. Huang and V. Krysanova
pp. 2794-2800

An agent model to simulate water markets
Ivana Huskova, Julien J. Harou
pp. 2801-2808

Integrating hydrology, land use and socioeconomics in supporting spatial planning for the Tisza basin
Hedwig van Delden, Annamária Göncz, Jelle Hurkens, Zsuzanna Nagy, Pavel Tacheci, Stanislav Vanecek, Roel Vanhout, Vilja Vaszocsik
pp. 2809-2816

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I2.2 Water management and planning - tools and methods for making decisions with uncertainty and complexity
Organizers: Julien Harou, Andrea Castelletti, Manuel Pulido-Velazquez, Ejaz Qureshi

The Water and Energy facilities InfoRmation System (WEIRS)
J. Arévalo Torres, B. Vidal Legaz, C. Carmona-Moreno, V. Fourcaudot, M. Giacomassi, P. Mainardi
pp. 2817-2824

A variable-structure catchment model as the engine for a water quality decision support tool facilitating scientific debate and collaboration
M. Bruen, E. Mockler
pp. 2825-2832

The development of a Water Quality Systems Assessment Model (WQSAM) and its application to the Buffalo River Catchment, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Andrew R. Slaughter, Denis A. Hughes, Sukhmani K. Mantel
pp. 2833-2840

Web-based decision support to set up cost effective programs of measures for multiple water aspects
Steven Broekx, Erika Meynaerts, Leo De Nocker, Ingeborg Joris, Nele Desmet, Nele Smeets, Tim Op't Eynd, Piet Seuntjens, Guido Van Huylenbroeck
pp. 2841-2849

Many-Objective Robust Decision Making for Water Supply Portfolio Planning Under Deep Uncertainty
Joseph R. Kasprzyk, Shanthi Nataraj, Patrick M. Reed, Robert J. Lempert
pp. 2850-2855

Exploring the utility of risk management as an integrating framework for the development and application of water resource planning tools
S.M. Cuddy and C.A. Pollino
pp. 2856-2863

ILMS - a Software Platform for Integrated Environmental Management
Sven Kralisch, Bettina Böhm, Christoph Böhm, Carsten Busch, Manfred Fink, Christian Fischer, Christian Schwartze, Peter Selsam, Franziska Zander, Wolfgang-Albert Flügel
pp. 2864-2871

Dealing with insufficient data: metadata modelling and stochastic exploration of the decision space
David Nijssen and Andreas H. Schumann
pp. 2872-2879

Impacts of management options on water deficits, losses and livelihoods in the Jaguaribe Basin of North East Brazil
Anthony P. Hurford, Ivana Huskova, Evgenii S. Matrosov, Julien J. Harou
pp. 2880-2890

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I3. Application of scenarios to support national and international environmental policies to govern freshwater resources
Organizers: Ilona Baerlund, Katri Rankinen

Regional impacts of Climate Change on Water Resources: the Jucar Basin, Spain
Chirivella Osma, Vicente; Capilla Romá, José E.; Pérez Martín, M. Ángel
pp. 2891-2898

Definition of Environmental Objectives in Relation with Nitrate Pollution in the Aquifers of Spain. Simulation Model and Scenarios used
Miguel A. Pérez-Martín, T. Estrela, M.A. Marín, P. del-Amo
pp. 2899-2906

Constraints of future freshwater resources in the Upper Niger Basin - Has the human-environmental system of the Inner Niger Delta a chance to survive?
S. Liersch, B. Kone, H. Koch, M. Diallo, V. Aich, J. Reinhardt, S. Fournet and F.F. Hattermann
pp. 2907-2915

Adaptation to Climate Change by Agri-Environmental Policy in Finland
Katri Rankinen, Pirjo Peltonen-Sainio, Mikko Laapas, Kalle Sippel, Kirsti Granlund, Pentti Seuri, Juha Helenius
pp. 2916-2923

Modelling scenarios as a link between research and policy making
Martina Flörke, Florian Wimmer, Thomas Dworak, Rodrigo Rojas, Luc Feyen, Jacques Delsalle
pp. 2924-2931

Impacts of management options on water deficits, losses and livelihoods in the Jaguaribe Basin of North East Brazil
Anthony P. Hurford, Ivana Huskova, Evgenii S. Matrosov, Julien J. Harou
pp. 2932-2941

Economic incentive-based instruments for the adoption of management options for water quality improvement in heterogeneous sugarcane farming communities
M.E. van Grieken, P.C. Roebeling, I.C. Bohnet, S.M. Whitten and A.J. Webster
pp. 2942-2949

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I4. Bridging the gap - monitoring and modelling strategies for improving process knowledge and environmental management
Organizers: Martin Volk, Ann van Griensven

The Water and Energy facilities InfoRmation System (WEIRS)
J. Arévalo Torres, B. Vidal Legaz, C. Carmona-Moreno, V. Fourcaudot, M. Giacomassi, P. Mainardi
pp. 2950-2957

Weight-Of-Evidence-based Assessment of Sediment Quality of the São Francisco River (Brazil) with the Help of Software Tool SQA
Alla Khosrovyan, Maria Jose Salamanca Marin, André Moldenhauer Peret, Débora Fernandes de Almeida, T. Angel DelValls, Inmaculada Riba
pp. 2958-2965

The development of a Water Quality Systems Assessment Model (WQSAM) and its application to the Buffalo River Catchment, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Andrew R. Slaughter, Denis A. Hughes, Sukhmani K. Mantel
pp. 2966-2973

Estimating scale effects of catchment properties on modeling soil and water degradation in Benin (West Africa)
A.Y. Bossa and B. Diekkrüger
pp. 2974-2981

The Water Emission Inventory planning Support System (WEISS): a quantification of environmental pressures following the path from the emission source to the surface water
Leen Van Esch, Inge Uljee, Guy Engelen, Greet Vos and Stefaan Hermans
pp. 2982-2989

Model-Driven Approach to Optimization of Monitoring Designs for Multiple Water Quality Parameters
Marina G. Erechtchoukova, Peter A. Khaiter
pp. 2990-2997

Modelling multi-pollutant fate in large river: Role of hydro-morphological and physicochemical parameters
Cyril Garneau, Sabine Sauvage, José-Miguel Sanchez-Perez, Yi Hong, Dominique Aubert, Anne Probst
pp. 2998-3005

ILMS - a Software Platform for Integrated Environmental Management
Sven Kralisch, Bettina Böhm, Christoph Böhm, Carsten Busch, Manfred Fink, Christian Fischer, Christian Schwartze, Peter Selsam, Franziska Zander, Wolfgang-Albert Flügel
pp. 3006-3013

Modeling water flow and nutrient losses (nitrogen, phosphorus) at a nested meso scale catchment, Germany
Sanyuan Jiang, Michael Rode
pp. 3014-3021

The Effects of Land use Change on Hydrological Responses in the Choke Mountain Range (Ethiopia) - A new Approach Addressing Land Use Dynamics in the Model SWAT
Friedrich J. Koch, Ann van Griensven, Stefan Uhlenbrook, Sirak Tekleab, E. Teferi
pp. 3022-3029

The use of satellite images for evaluating a SWAT model: Application on the Vit Basin, Bulgaria
Ann van Griensven, Shreedhar Maskey, Anastassi Stefanova
pp. 3030-3037

How to use new online monitoring techniques to improve river water quality modeling at the river reach scale
Michael Rode, Uwe Kiwel
pp. 3038-3041

Designing a Measurement Network in a Meso-scale Catchment to Provide Data for Modelling
Manfred Fink, Marcel Wetzel, Holm Kipka, Daniel Varga, Sven Kralisch, Wolfgang-Albert Flügel
pp. 3042-3049

Efficient data quality evaluation in automated water quality measurement stations
Janelcy Alferes, Pascal Poirier, Peter A. Vanrolleghem
pp. 3050-3057

Impacts of management options on water deficits, losses and livelihoods in the Jaguaribe Basin of North East Brazil
Anthony P. Hurford, Ivana Huskova, Evgenii S. Matrosov, Julien J. Harou
pp. 3058-3067

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I5. Use of models for integrated management of urban water systems
Organizers: Lluis Corominas, Joaquim Comas, Peter Vanrolleghem

Risk-based Water Quality Management in an Integrated Urban Wastewater System under Climate Change and Urbanisation
Maryam Astaraie-Imani, Zoran Kapelan, David Butler
pp. 3068-3075

A Nearest-Neighbour Surrogate Model for the Simulation of Rainwater Tanks
J. Dugge, P. Pedruco and M.J. Hardy
pp. 3076-3083

Optimal Sequencing of Water Supply Options at the Regional Scale Incorporating Sustainability, Uncertainty and Robustness
Eva H.Y. Beh, Holger R. Maier and Graeme C. Dandy
pp. 3084-3091

Simulation and Machine Learning Strategies for Enabling Integrated Water Resource Management: H2OLeak Project
Antonio Candelieri, Enza Messina, Alberto Malacrida
pp. 3092-3100

Validation and Sensitivity of a Coupled Model Tool for CSO Impact Assessment in Berlin, Germany
Mathias Riechel, Andreas Matzinger, Hauke Sonnenberg, Nicolas Caradot, Ilka Meier, B. Heinzmann, Pascale Rouault
pp. 3101-3108

Transport Sewer Model Calibration by Experimental Generation of Discrete Discharges from Individual CSO Structures
Mario Regneri, Kai Klepiszewski, Stefanie Seiffert, Peter A. Vanrolleghem, Manfred Ostrowski
pp. 3109-3116

Use of integrated models to minimize the impact of urban wastewater systems on a Mediterranean stream
P. Prat, Ll. Corominas, L. Benedetti, J. Comas
pp. 3117-3124

A hybrid artificial intelligence modeling framework for the simulation of the complete, socio-technical, urban water system
Sotiria Baki, Ifigeneia Koutiva, Christos Makropoulos
pp. 3125-3133

Integrated ecological modelling for decision support in the integrated urban water system modelling of the Drava river (Varazdin, Croatia)
Javier E. Holguin, Gert Everaert, Lorenzo Benedetti, Youri Amerlinck, Peter L.M. Goethals
pp. 3134-3142

A semi-distributed modelling approach to support wastewater system management in large urban areas
Juan Pablo Rodríguez, Neil McIntyre, Mario DÍaz-Granados, Juan Pablo Quijano and Cedo Maksimovic
pp. 3143-3151

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