Models Illustrating the Use of GoldSim for Ecology and Human Health Applications
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This model illustrates perhaps the most famous example of chaotic behavior: that exhibited by the ´logistic difference´ equation to describe the growth of a population subject to a carrying capacity.
This example implements several predator-prey models taken from "Modeling the Environment" by Andrew Ford.
This is a simple model that simulates the life cycle of a salmon population as it migrates from the stream, to the ocean, and back to the stream. Although the data and model structure are fictional, it does provide a simple example of how such a model could be constructed.
These two models (continuous and discrete) simulate the spread of an acute infection through a population
Simulate the feedback loop between water sales revenues and funding a conservation program.