Benjamin Martin
Benjamin Martin
Assistant Professor, University of Amsterdam
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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
Dynamic Energy Budget theory meets individual‐based modelling: a generic and accessible implementation
BT Martin, EI Zimmer, V Grimm, T Jager
Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 2012
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, 2013
Predicting population dynamics from the properties of individuals: a cross-level test of Dynamic Energy Budget theory
B Martin, T Jager, RM Nisbet, TG Preuss, V Grimm
The American Naturalist, 506-519, 2013
Extrapolating ecotoxicological effects from individuals to populations: a generic approach based on Dynamic Energy Budget theory and individual-based modeling
BT Martin, T Jager, RM Nisbet, TG Preuss, V Grimm
Ecotoxicology, 2013
DEBkiss or the quest for the simplest generic model of animal life history
T Jager, BT Martin, EI Zimmer
Journal of Theoretical Biology, 2013
Dynamic energy budgets in population ecotoxicology: Applications and outlook
T Jager, A Barsi, NT Hamda, BT Martin, EI Zimmer, V Ducrot
Ecological modelling 280, 140-147, 2014
Phenomenological vs. biophysical models of thermal stress in aquatic eggs
BT Martin, A Pike, SN John, N Hamda, J Roberts, ST Lindley, EM Danner
Ecology Letters 20 (1), 50-59, 2017
Limitations of extrapolating toxic effects on reproduction to the population level
B Martin, T Jager, RM Nisbet, TG Preuss, V Grimm
Ecological Applications 24 (8), 1972-1983, 2014
Mechanistic effect modeling for ecological risk assessment: where to go from here?
V Grimm, BT Martin
Integrated environmental assessment and management 9 (3), e58-e63, 2013
Integrating lipid storage into general representations of fish energetics
BT Martin, R Heintz, EM Danner, RM Nisbet
Journal of Animal Ecology 86 (4), 812-825, 2017
Sport science for salmon and other species: ecological consequences of metabolic power constraints
BT Martin, RM Nisbet, A Pike, CJ Michel, EM Danner
Ecology Letters 18 (6), 535-544, 2015
Environmental conditions impacting juvenile Chinook salmon growth off central California: An ecosystem model analysis
J Fiechter, DD Huff, BT Martin, DW Jackson, CA Edwards, KA Rose, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 42 (8), 2910-2917, 2015
Vertical distribution of larval fish in pelagic waters of southwest Lake Michigan: Implications for growth, survival, and dispersal
BT Martin, SJ Czesny, DH Wahl
Journal of Great Lakes Research, 2011
Integrating ecological insight derived from individual-based simulations and physiologically structured population models
RM Nisbet, BT Martin, AM de Roos
Ecological Modelling 326, 101-112, 2016
Effect of light intensity, prey density, and ontogeny on foraging success and prey selection of larval yellow perch (Perca flavescens)
BT Martin, DH Wahl, SJ Czesny
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 21 (4), 588-596, 2012
Information limitation and the dynamics of coupled ecological systems
AM Hein, BT Martin
Nature Ecology & Evolution 4 (1), 82-90, 2020
Assessment of multiple stressors on the growth of larval green sturgeon Acipenser medirostris: implications for recruitment of early life‐history stages
JB Poletto, B Martin, E Danner, SE Baird, DE Cocherell, N Hamda, ...
Journal of fish biology, 2018
Reverse-engineering ecological theory from data
BT Martin, SB Munch, AM Hein
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1878), 20180422, 2018
Applying a simplified energy-budget model to explore the effects of temperature and food availability on the life history of green sturgeon (Acipenser medirostris)
NT Hamda, B Martin, JB Poletto, DE Cocherell, NA Fangue, ...
Ecological Modelling 395, 1-10, 2019
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