Alice SA Johnston
Alice SA Johnston
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Towards better modelling and decision support: Documenting model development, testing, and analysis using TRACE
V Grimm, J Augusiak, A Focks, BM Frank, F Gabsi, ASA Johnston, C Liu, ...
Ecological modelling 280, 129-139, 2014
Representing the acquisition and use of energy by individuals in agent‐based models of animal populations
RM Sibly, V Grimm, BT Martin, ASA Johnston, K Kułakowska, CJ Topping, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4 (2), 151-161, 2013
The ODD protocol for describing agent-based and other simulation models: A second update to improve clarity, replication, and structural realism
V Grimm, SF Railsback, CE Vincenot, U Berger, C Gallagher, ...
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 23 (2), 2020
Calibration and evaluation of individual-based models using Approximate Bayesian Computation
E van der Vaart, MA Beaumont, ASA Johnston, RM Sibly
Ecological Modelling 312, 182-190, 2015
An energy budget agent-based model of earthworm populations and its application to study the effects of pesticides
ASA Johnston, ME Hodson, P Thorbek, T Alvarez, RM Sibly
Ecological Modelling 280, 5-17, 2014
Predicting how many animals will be where: how to build, calibrate and evaluate individual-based models
E van der Vaart, ASA Johnston, RM Sibly
Ecological modelling 326, 113-123, 2016
Earthworm distribution and abundance predicted by a process-based model
ASA Johnston, M Holmstrup, ME Hodson, P Thorbek, T Alvarez, RM Sibly
Applied Soil Ecology 84, 112-123, 2014
Effects of agricultural management practices on earthworm populations and crop yield: validation and application of a mechanistic modelling approach
ASA Johnston, RM Sibly, ME Hodson, T Alvarez, P Thorbek
Journal of Applied Ecology 52 (5), 1334-1342, 2015
The influence of soil communities on the temperature sensitivity of soil respiration.
A Johnston, R Sibly
Nature Ecology and Evolution, 2018
Predicting population responses to environmental change from individual-level mechanisms: towards a standardized mechanistic approach
ASA Johnston, RJ Boyd, JW Watson, A Paul, LC Evans, EL Gardner, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1913), 20191916, 2019
Forecasting tillage and soil warming effects on earthworm populations
ASA Johnston, RM Sibly, P Thorbek
Journal of applied ecology 55 (3), 1498-1509, 2018
Three questions to ask before using model outputs for decision support
V Grimm, ASA Johnston, HH Thulke, VE Forbes, P Thorbek
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-3, 2020
A risk assessment example for soil invertebrates using spatially explicit agent‐based models
M Reed, T Alvarez, S Chelinho, V Forbes, A Johnston, M Meli, F Voss, ...
Integrated environmental assessment and management 12 (1), 58-66, 2016
Land management modulates the environmental controls on global earthworm communities
ASA Johnston
Global Ecology and Biogeography 28 (12), 1787-1795, 2019
Applying a mechanistic model to predict interacting effects of chemical exposure and food availability on fish populations
KS Mintram, SK Maynard, AR Brown, R Boyd, ASA Johnston, RM Sibly, ...
Aquatic Toxicology 224, 105483, 2020
Multiple environmental controls explain global patterns in soil animal communities
ASA Johnston, RM Sibly
Oecologia 192 (4), 1047-1056, 2020
Temperature thresholds of ecosystem respiration at a global scale
ASA Johnston, A Meade, J Ardö, N Arriga, A Black, PD Blanken, D Bonal, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 5 (4), 487-494, 2021
Mechanistic effect modeling of earthworms in the context of pesticide risk assessment: synthesis of the FORESEE Workshop
VE Forbes, A Agatz, R Ashauer, KR Butt, Y Capowiez, S Duquesne, ...
Integrated environmental assessment and management 17 (2), 352-363, 2021
TRACE document
V Grimm, J Augusiak, A Focks, B Frank, F Gabsi, ASA Johnston, C Liu, ...
Trends Ecol. Evol 25, 479-486, 2018
Modelling Earthworm Populations in Agricultural Fields
ASA Johnston
University of Reading, School of Biological Sciences, 2014
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