📍 Leipzig, Germany.
During the five summer school days, participants will learn strategies to run models of complex ecological networks and economic models of how people behave in resource harvesting. Synthesis of these models yields integrated dynamics of ecological stability (species persistence, community biomass, and ecosystem functioning) and sustainable economic returns (biomass harvested, revenue, and employment).
The course will include lectures, seminars and computer labs using the programming language R, a faster programming language such as C or Julia, and optimization programming languages such as AMPL with Knitro.
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