This is the programming software code of the model developed to investigate the population-level impacts of a hypothetical, sublethal stressor that can affect an individual’s metabolism (growth, reproduction, maintenance, or assimilation) in systems in which population size is controlled by different combinations of food availability and predation pressure. The life cycle of fathead minnow (Pimephales promelas) is describe through their metabolism, using the Dynamic Energy Budget theory (DEB) and we represent the populations through an Individual-Based Model (IBM).
United States Fisheries and Wildlife Service - Cooperative Agreement Award F17AC00269
Vaugeois M., Venturelli P. A., Hummel S. L., Accolla C. and Forbes V. E.,2019: Population context matters: predicting effects of metabolic stress me-diated by food availability and predation with an agent- and energy budget-based model
Vaugeois, Maxime; Accolla, Chiara; Venturelli, Paul A; Forbes, Valery E; Hummel, Stephanie L.
(2019). Individual-Based-Model used in "Population context matters: predicting effects of metabolic stress mediated by food availability and predation with an agent- and energy budget-based model".
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