Session D1: Tools And Methods of Participatory Modelling

Chairs: Nagesh Kolagani, Steven Gray, Alexey Voinov.


Tueday July 12th
Time Title Authors Room Moderator(s)
8:30-8:50 Participatory modeling to assess climate impacts on water resources in the Big Wood Basin, Idaho Jennifer Koch, Allison Inouye, Denise Lach, John Stevenson and John Bolte B207 Alexey Voinov
8:50-9:10 Using System-Dynamics for advanced decision making and sustainable water-use for farm irrigation Monika von Haaren and Sylvia Herrmann B207
9:10-9:30 Individual vs collective in environmental public policy design, a cooperation example in the Marais Poitevin region Pierre-Yves Hardy, Anne Dray, Véronique Souchère, Rodolphe Sabatier and Eric Kernéis B207
9:30-9:50 Facilitating the design of ABM and the code generation to promote participatory modelling Peter Uhnak and Pierre Bommel B207
10:30-10:50 Parameterizing Bayesian networks with a game: a case-study from north-eastern Madagascar Enrico Celio and Adrienne Grêt-Regamey B207 Steven Gray
10:50-11:10 Integrating landscape structure into participatory Bayesian network models of habitat suitability Jens G Froese, Carl S Smith, Clive A McAlpine, Peter A Durr and Rieks D van Klinken B207
11:10-11:30 Integrating Organizational Risk Analysis and Participatory Network Mapping for flood risk management Raffaele Giordano, Sonia Maria Hernandez Lopez, Rosa Olivo Del Amo, Eduardo S. Lafuente, Irene Pluchinotta and Alessandro Pagano B207
11:30-11:50 Watermark: An open-source platform for federated decision support systems and applications to integrated environmental problems Rebecca Teasley, Nalbeat Kwon, John Gentle and Suzanne A Pierce B207
11:50-12:10 Paper and pebbles simulations and modelling for the governance of socio-environmental systems: a review of 8 years of experimenting with the Wat-A-Game toolkit. Geraldine Abrami, Nils Ferrand, Raphaele Ducrot, Sylvie Morardet, Emeline Hassenforder, Patrice Garin, Bruno Bonté, Patrice Robin and Wanda Aquae-Gaudi B207
14:30-14:50 Modelling social ecological dynamics with transfers of vulnerability and robustness. Examples with adaptation to coastal vulnerability Olivier Barreteau, J. Marty Anderies, Bruno Bonté, Pauline Bremond, Frédéric Grelot, Guerbois Chloe and Clara Therville B207 Pierre Glynn
14:50-15:10 Developing an Adaptive Science-Infused Governance Framework with Accountability: the Role of Babel Fish Pierre Glynn, Alexey Voinov, Carl Shapiro and Karen Jenni B207
15:10-15:30 A Survey on Data-driven Decision Support Systems Using Effective Narrative Pattern Martin Komenda and Matěj Karolyi B207
15:30-15:50 CMFS: A methodology to guide the design of conceptual model of farmers’ decision-making processes Marion Robert, Alban Thomas and Jacques-Eric Bergez B207
15:50-16:10 Qualifying agriculture in areas affected by pesticide water pollution: an information system to help water managers in designing and monitoring agro-environmental action plans Francoise Vernier, Andre Miralles and Jean Phiippe Tonneau B207
16:30-16:50 From Research Data To Web-Based Policy Tools: User-Centered Design Techniques In The Development Of The AgMIP Impacts Explorer. Joske Houtkamp, Inge La Rivière, Hugo de Groot, Sander Janssen and Arjan de Jong B207 Pierre Bommel
16:50-17:10 What is the perceived value of a web-collaborative platform promoting a RiverCare community about the effects of riverine management? Vivian Juliette Cortes Arevalo, Robert Jan den Haan, Fedor Baart, Mascha C van der Voort and Suzanne Hulscher B207
17:10-17:30 A comparative study of probabilistic approaches to participatory evaluation of resource management systems Nagesh Kolagani, Palaniappan Ramu and Alexey Voinov B207
17:30-17:50 Co-building a simulation model with various stakeholders to assess the sustainability of a regional agricultural system: How to articulate different types of knowledge to manage uncertainty? Caroline Tardivo, Christophe Le Page, Jean-Marc Barbier, Laure Hossard, Roberto Cittadini and Sylvestre Delmotte B207
Wednesday July 13th
Time Title Authors Room Moderator(s)
8:30-8:50 Environmental Model Managment within the US Environmental Protection Agency Andrew Gillespie B207 Thorsten Arnold
8:50-9:10 Multi-model custodianship: needs, development and challenges Mason Marchildon, Thorsten Arnold, Steve Holysh and Rick Gerber B207
9:10-9:30 Deployment and Support to Models Used for Natural Resource Conservation Programs in the United States Jack R. Carlson and Olaf David B207
9:30-9:50 Modelling for reproducibility, transparency, and continuous learning: Revisiting Jakeman’s 10 steps Thorsten Arnold B207
10:30-10:50 Participatory simulation and learning process: technology matters! Nicolas Becu, Pierre Bommel, Christophe Le Page and François Bousquet B207