Tatiana Filatova
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Spatial agent-based models for socio-ecological systems: challenges and prospects
T Filatova, PH Verburg, DC Parker, CA Stannard
Environmental modelling & software 45, 1-7, 2013
Ecosystem-based marine spatial management: review of concepts, policies, tools, and critical issues
S Katsanevakis, V Stelzenmüller, A South, TK Sørensen, PJS Jones, ...
Ocean & coastal management 54 (11), 807-820, 2011
Agent-based urban land markets: agent's pricing behavior, land prices and urban land use change
T Filatova, D Parker, A Van der Veen
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 12 (1), 3, 2009
The complexities of agent-based modeling output analysis
JS Lee, T Filatova, A Ligmann-Zielinska, B Hassani-Mahmooei, ...
The journal of artificial societies and social simulation 18 (4), 2015
A methodology for eliciting, representing, and analysing stakeholder knowledge for decision making on complex socio-ecological systems: From cognitive maps to agent-based models
S Elsawah, JHA Guillaume, T Filatova, J Rook, AJ Jakeman
Journal of environmental management 151, 500-516, 2015
A conceptual design for a bilateral agent-based land market with heterogeneous economic agents
DC Parker, T Filatova
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 32 (6), 454-463, 2008
Middle-range theories of land system change
P Meyfroidt, RR Chowdhury, A de Bremond, EC Ellis, KH Erb, T Filatova, ...
Global Environmental Change 53, 52-67, 2018
A review of urban residential choice models using agent-based modeling
Q Huang, DC Parker, T Filatova, S Sun
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 41 (4), 661-689, 2014
Market-based instruments for flood risk management: a review of theory, practice and perspectives for climate adaptation policy
T Filatova
Environmental science & policy 37, 227-242, 2014
Regime shifts in coupled socio-environmental systems: review of modelling challenges and approaches
T Filatova, JG Polhill, S Van Ewijk
Environmental Modelling & Software 75, 333-347, 2016
Regime shifts in coupled socio-environmental systems: review of modelling challenges and approaches
T Filatova, JG Polhill, S Van Ewijk
Environmental Modelling & Software 75, 333-347, 2016
Land market interactions between heterogeneous agents in a heterogeneous landscape—tracing the macro‐scale effects of individual trade‐offs between environmental amenities and …
T Filatova, A Van Der Veen, DC Parker
Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics/Revue canadienne d'agroeconomie …, 2009
Land market mechanisms for preservation of space for coastal ecosystems: An agent-based analysis
T Filatova, A Voinov, A van der Veen
Environmental Modelling & Software 26 (2), 179-190, 2011
Empirical agent-based land market: Integrating adaptive economic behavior in urban land-use models
T Filatova
Computers, environment and urban systems 54, 397-413, 2015
Coastal risk management: how to motivate individual economic decisions to lower flood risk?
T Filatova, JPM Mulder, A van der Veen
Ocean & coastal management 54 (2), 164-172, 2011
Chapter four complexity and uncertainty: rethinking the modelling activity
M Brugnach, C Pahl-Wostl, KE Lindenschmidt, J Janssen, T Filatova, ...
Developments in Integrated Environmental Assessment 3, 49-68, 2008
Modelling systemic change in coupled socio-environmental systems
JG Polhill, T Filatova, M Schlüter, A Voinov
Environmental modelling & software 75, 318-332, 2016
Empirical analysis of farmers' drought risk perception: Objective factors, personal circumstances, and social influence
R Duinen, T Filatova, P Geurts, A Veen
Risk analysis 35 (4), 741-755, 2015
Effects of agent heterogeneity in the presence of a land-market: A systematic test in an agent-based laboratory
Q Huang, DC Parker, S Sun, T Filatova
Computers, environment and urban systems 41, 188-203, 2013
Coping with drought risk: empirical analysis of farmers’ drought adaptation in the south-west Netherlands
R van Duinen, T Filatova, P Geurts, A van der Veen
Regional environmental change 15 (6), 1081-1093, 2015
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