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Check out the new website for the Land Use and Carbon Scenario Simulator

By Leonardo Frid | June 10, 2016

The USGS Land Use and Climate Change Team has recently created a new website that describes the Land Use and Carbon Scenario Simulator (LUCAS). ST-Sim is…

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View the online tutorial video on getting started with ST-Sim

By Leonardo Frid | May 27, 2016

Accompanying the release of ST-Sim version 3.0, we have just released a getting started tutorial video. The tutorial guides you through creating, running and viewing…

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ST-Sim Version 3.0 now available for free download

By Leonardo Frid | May 18, 2016

Version 3.0 of ST-Sim, a spatially-explicit State-and-Transition Simulation Model framework, is now available for free download. This version adds a number of important features including: support…

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New publication using ST-Sim considers the impacts of land use on future water demand in California

By Leonardo Frid | May 18, 2016

Authors from the USGS and The Nature Conservancy have recently published an article in Environmental Research Letters that considers the impact of projected land use change on future…

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Book Chapter on Applying State-and-Transition Simulation Models to Exotic Brome-Grasses in the Western US

By Leonardo Frid | February 18, 2016

A recently published book by Gerimino and others includes an informative chapter by Louis Provencher, Leonardo Frid, Christina Czembor and Jeffrey Morisette on applying state-and-transition…

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Webinar: State-Transition Simulation Modelling For Quantifying Rangeland Composition, Structure and Fuelbed Components

By Leonardo Frid | October 27, 2015

This webinar, presented to the Joint Fire Science Program by Dr. Matt Reeves (Rocky Mountain Research Station) and Leonardo Frid (ApexRMS), demonstrates how conceptual state-and-transition…

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Early Registration for the Introductory Course on State-and-Transition Simulation Modelling with ST-Sim Closes November 1st

By Leonardo Frid | October 26, 2015

The early registration deadline for the Introduction to State-and-Transition Simulation Modeling of Landscape Dynamics is November 1st. This two-day course will be held in downtown…

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Webinar: Using State-and-Transition Simulation Models to Guide Sustainable Management of Ecosystems

By Leonardo Frid | May 28, 2015

The USGS National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center has published a webinar of three case study applications of State-and-Transition Simulation Models to guide sustainable management…

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Using State-and-Transition Simulation Models to Guide Sustainable Management of Ecosystems: Three Case Studies from across the US

By Leonardo Frid | May 28, 2015

The USGS National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center has published a webinar of three case study applications of State-and-Transition Simulation Models to guide sustainable management of…

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ST-Sim, State-and-Transition Simulation Model Framework Version 2.4, now available for free download

By Leonardo Frid | April 20, 2015

Version 2.4 of ST-Sim, a spatially-explicit State-and-Transition Simulation Model framework, is now available for free download. This version adds several important features incliuding the ability…

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A case for clean code

By Sarah Chisholm | September 19, 2022

A new article published in Methods in Ecology in Evolution (MEE) makes a case for biologists to adopt a practice of writing clean code. This…

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Highlights from the Ecological Society of America 2022 annual meeting

By Sarah Chisholm | August 23, 2022

The joint meeting between the Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution (CSEE) and Ecological Society of America (ESA) was held in Montreal last week. We…

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ApexRMS workshops, talks, and poster presentations at Hybrid ESA 2022

By Sarah Chisholm | June 23, 2022

The 2022 Ecological Society of America’s (ESA) Annual Meeting will be a joint meeting with the Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution (CSEE) on August…

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The current state of multispecies connectivity analysis

By Sarah Chisholm | May 30, 2022

A new systematic review published in Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution provides an overview of computational methods for analyzing and prioritizing the connectivity needs of…

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Virtual SyncroSim and ST-Sim Workshop at Hybrid NACCB 2022

By Katie Birchard | March 30, 2022

The 2022 North American Congress for Conservation Biology (NACCB) will be a hybrid conference with opportunities to participate in-person in Reno, NV, and virtually. ApexRMS…

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New approach to model forest carbon and natural climate solutions across the U.S.

By Leonardo Frid | February 22, 2022

A new modeling approach published in the journal Carbon Balance and Management provides national-scale, spatially-explicit estimates of carbon stocks and fluxes within forest ecosystems under…

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The new pysyncrosim package for Python is now available

By Katie Birchard | January 19, 2022

ApexRMS is pleased to announce the release today of a new open-source Python package, called pysyncrosim, providing a direct interface to the SyncroSim modeling framework…

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Connecting agent-based and state-and-transition simulation models

By Leonardo Frid | December 7, 2021

A new article by Brian Miller (USGS) and Leonardo Frid (ApexRMS) published in the journal Landscape Ecology describes the development of a new approach to…

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SyncroSim 2.3.5 Released

By Katie Birchard | October 1, 2021

ApexRMS has released a new version of SyncroSim – v2.3.5. This version of SyncroSim includes significant improvements and new features: Updated to version 4.8 of…

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Developing a property-specific fire risk model across the U.S.

By Bronwyn Rayfield | August 17, 2021

ApexRMS is helping to create a climate-driven, property-specific wildfire risk model for the U.S. The initiative is being led by First Street Foundation, a non-profit research and technology group, to give property owners…

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