Overall, we are faced with a world-wide problem in potentially losing fisheries, forest, water and other natural resources. For example, in fisheries almost 90% of stocks are over-exploited or fully exploited. Improved and innovative management solutions are required if this critical situation is to be remedied. Since management is about people, integrating the social and cognitive science insights into the modelling of social-ecological systems might be a different way of thinking that is relevant for managing natural resources in a sustainable manner. We are interested in solutions that study these challenges with a social-ecological complex systems lense and with a focus on the cognitive and social aspects.
Submissions focusing on any aspects of natural resource management in combination with social- and/or cognitive models are welcome, including (but not restricted to): social norms and self-organization of human agents (e.g. fishers), applications of Ostrom´s work on managing social commons; compliance with rules under changing management regimes; culture and trust; simulations combining complex representations of society, people, decision-making and complex ecological models; simulations as public educational tools, participatory simulations etc.
- Nanda Wijermans - The Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University.
- Melania Borit - UiT (University of Tromsø) - The Arctic University of Norway
- Jorge Santos - UiT (University of Tromsø) - The Arctic University of Norway
List of presentations
|Authors||Title||Type of Submission||Presentation Time|
|Jule Thober and Kathleen Hermans||Coupling agent-based modeling and Bayesian networks to study natural resource use and human migration in the Ethiopian highlands||Full paper||30 min|
|Patrick Taillandier, Nicolas Salliou and Rallou Thomopoulos||Coupling agent-based models and argumentation framework to simulate opinion dynamics: application to vegetarian diet diffusion||Full paper||30 min|
|Jan Ole Berndt, Lukas Reuter, Anna-Sophie Ulfert, Conny H. Antoni, Thomas Ellwart and Ingo J. Timm||Critical Mistakes: Simulating Cognitive Workload of Emergency Response Teams||Full paper||30 min|
|Rijk Mercuur, Virginia Dignum and Catholijn Jonker||Using Agent-based Simulation to Discern Habitual Theories||Full paper||30 min|
|Garry Sotnik and Egor Fedorenko||CEMMA: An interdisciplinary game for spatio-temporal common-pool resource management analysis||Full paper||30 min|
|Matthias Mueller, Ben Vermeulen and Muhamed Kudic||Complex interplay between inter-firm networks and technological knowledge landscapes - Insights from an agent-based simulation approach||Full paper||30 min|
|Christopher Watts and Anca Serban||Conservation Areas as Network Components: Mechanism Designs for an Effective Conservation Scheme||Full paper||30 min|
|Hongxing Liu and Christopher Ruebeck||Effects of social and behavioral norms on water quality trading participation||Extended abstract||15 min|
|George Van Voorn, Geerten Hengeveld and Jan Verhagen||Adaptive capacity of agro-food systems||Extended abstract||15 min|
|Sara Lotfi and S. Jalal Mirnezami||Exploring the Role of Social Characteristics in Sustaining Groundwater Systems: An Agent-Based Model||Extended abstract||15 min|
|Amelie Bourceret, Laurence Amblard and Jean-Denis Mathias||A social-ecological model using theory of planned behaviour to analyse water quality management||Extended abstract||15 min|
|Francesca Giardini and Nanda Wijermans||Gossip and reputation for reducing social uncertainty and promoting collective sustainable resource use||Extended abstract||15 min|
|Molood Ale Ebrahim Dehkordi, Amineh Ghorbani, Paulien Herder, Mike Farjam, Anders Forsman, René van Weeren, Tine De Moor and Giangiacomo Bravo||The role of wealth inequality on collective action for management of common pool resource||Extended abstract||15 min|