Integrated Grid Based Ecological and Economic (INGRID) landscape model - A tool to support landscape management decisions

@article{Rudner2007IntegratedGB,
  title={Integrated Grid Based Ecological and Economic (INGRID) landscape model - A tool to support landscape management decisions},
  author={M. Rudner and R. Biedermann and B. Schr{\"o}der and M. Kleyer},
  journal={Environmental Modelling and Software},
  year={2007},
  volume={22},
  pages={177-187}
}
The aim of the INGRID landscape model is to simulate the ecological effects of management schemes for dry grasslands and to calculate costs in order to serve as decision tool for nature conservation agencies. To predict the local and regional risk of extinction of plants and animals with respect to different management scenarios/disturbance regimes, we apply modelling approaches on different scales and levels of hierarchy. We integrate abiotic and biotic state variables, processes and complex… CONTINUE READING
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