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 | **[[help_en:​Economics]]** | The Economics Module reads a dendrometry files and a cost/income file and creates an economic balance. ​ <​html><​br><​small>​Keywords:​ Economics, Picea abies, Pseudotsuga menziensii, Pinus pinaster, Volume, Crown volume </​small></​html> ​ |<​html>​ <script type="​text/​javascript">​ml ='​priscilla.cailly';​ ml += '​@';​ ml += '​fcba.fr';​ document.write('<​A href="​mailto:'​ + ml + '">​ Priscilla Cailly</​a>'​)</​script>,​ (FCBA BSA, Bordeaux), Hanitra Rakotoarison (ONF R&D) <br> March 2014 </​html>​ | | **[[help_en:​Economics]]** | The Economics Module reads a dendrometry files and a cost/income file and creates an economic balance. ​ <​html><​br><​small>​Keywords:​ Economics, Picea abies, Pseudotsuga menziensii, Pinus pinaster, Volume, Crown volume </​small></​html> ​ |<​html>​ <script type="​text/​javascript">​ml ='​priscilla.cailly';​ ml += '​@';​ ml += '​fcba.fr';​ document.write('<​A href="​mailto:'​ + ml + '">​ Priscilla Cailly</​a>'​)</​script>,​ (FCBA BSA, Bordeaux), Hanitra Rakotoarison (ONF R&D) <br> March 2014 </​html>​ |
 | **[[help_en:​Pinus pinaster]]** | A Distance-Independent Tree Model for Maritime Pine (Pinus Pinaster). An individual-based rewriting of PP3 (see below), a basis for integration of spatialized processes. ​ <​html><​br><​small>​Keywords:​ Pinus pinaster, Growth, Temperate, Stand level, Tree level, Pure, Regular </​small></​html> ​ |<​html>​ <script type="​text/​javascript">​ml ='​meredieu';​ ml += '​@';​ ml += '​pierroton.inra.fr';​ document.write('<​A href="​mailto:'​ + ml + '">​ Céline Meredieu</​a>'​)</​script>,​ Thierry Labbé (INRA BIOGECO, Bordeaux) <br> December 2013 </​html>​ | | **[[help_en:​Pinus pinaster]]** | A Distance-Independent Tree Model for Maritime Pine (Pinus Pinaster). An individual-based rewriting of PP3 (see below), a basis for integration of spatialized processes. ​ <​html><​br><​small>​Keywords:​ Pinus pinaster, Growth, Temperate, Stand level, Tree level, Pure, Regular </​small></​html> ​ |<​html>​ <script type="​text/​javascript">​ml ='​meredieu';​ ml += '​@';​ ml += '​pierroton.inra.fr';​ document.write('<​A href="​mailto:'​ + ml + '">​ Céline Meredieu</​a>'​)</​script>,​ Thierry Labbé (INRA BIOGECO, Bordeaux) <br> December 2013 </​html>​ |
-| **[[http://​capsis.cirad.fr/​capsis/​_media/​mathildeuserguidefr.pdf|Mathilde]]** | A distance-independent model for European beech and sessile oak under even-aged management. <​html><​br><​small>​Keywords:​ Quercus petraea, Fagus sylvatica, Mixed stands, Stochastic model, Single tree-based model</​small></​html>​ | <​html>​Rubén Manso (INRA, Nancy), <script type="​text/​javascript">​ml ='​Mathieu.Fortin';​ ml += '​@';​ ml += '​agroparistech.fr';​ document.write('<​A href="​mailto:'​ + ml + '">​ Mathieu Fortin </​a>'​)</​script>​ (AgroParisTech,​ Nancy) <br> October 2013 </​html>​ |+| **[[http://​capsis.cirad.fr/​capsis/​_media/​mathildeuserguidefr20190501.pdf|Mathilde]]** | A distance-independent model for European beech and sessile oak under even-aged management. <​html><​br><​small>​Keywords:​ Quercus petraea, Fagus sylvatica, Mixed stands, Stochastic model, Single tree-based model</​small></​html>​ | <​html>​Rubén Manso (INRA, Nancy), <script type="​text/​javascript">​ml ='​Mathieu.Fortin';​ ml += '​@';​ ml += '​agroparistech.fr';​ document.write('<​A href="​mailto:'​ + ml + '">​ Mathieu Fortin </​a>'​)</​script>​ (AgroParisTech,​ Nancy) <br> October 2013 </​html>​ |
 | **[[help_en:​Deesses]]** | Deesses, which stands for “DEux ESSEnceS” is a module that groups several 2 species models, developed with National Forest Inventory data. These models allow evaluating the mixture effect on basal area growth according to environmental variables. Deesses includes a previous model, Melies, developed for mixed Norway spruce – silver fir mixtures. It also contains equations sets for mixed Norway spruce – common beech and for mixed common beech – silver fir stands. |<​html>​ <script type="​text/​javascript">​ml ='​patrick.vallet';​ ml += '​@';​ ml += '​irstea.fr';​ document.write('<​A href="​mailto:'​ + ml + '">​ Patrick Vallet</​a>'​)</​script>,​ Maud Toigo, Thomas Pérot (Irstea Nogent sur Vernisson) <br> October 2013 </​html>​ | | **[[help_en:​Deesses]]** | Deesses, which stands for “DEux ESSEnceS” is a module that groups several 2 species models, developed with National Forest Inventory data. These models allow evaluating the mixture effect on basal area growth according to environmental variables. Deesses includes a previous model, Melies, developed for mixed Norway spruce – silver fir mixtures. It also contains equations sets for mixed Norway spruce – common beech and for mixed common beech – silver fir stands. |<​html>​ <script type="​text/​javascript">​ml ='​patrick.vallet';​ ml += '​@';​ ml += '​irstea.fr';​ document.write('<​A href="​mailto:'​ + ml + '">​ Patrick Vallet</​a>'​)</​script>,​ Maud Toigo, Thomas Pérot (Irstea Nogent sur Vernisson) <br> October 2013 </​html>​ |
 | **[[help_en:​Runaway]]** | This module investigates the evolution of correlation between traits under sexual selection in a theoretical population of organisms with a special attention on genome dynamics (number of loci, allelic diversity, mutation, drift, selection and linkage). It models a simple tradeoff between survival and energy devoted to reproduction,​ and a secondary tradeoff between gametic investment, phenotypic investment, and preference investment. These four traits are under genetic control, and energy devoted to reproduction limits the three other traits. The purpose is to explore the conditions for traits evolution and correlations and the evolution of their genomic structure. |<​html><​script type="​text/​javascript">​ml ='​labonne';​ ml += '​@';​ ml += '​st-pee.inra.fr';​ document.write('<​A href="​mailto:'​ + ml + '">​ Jacques Labonne</​a>'​)</​script>​ (UMR Ecobiop, Saint-Pée sur Nivelle) <br> September 2013 </​html>​ | | **[[help_en:​Runaway]]** | This module investigates the evolution of correlation between traits under sexual selection in a theoretical population of organisms with a special attention on genome dynamics (number of loci, allelic diversity, mutation, drift, selection and linkage). It models a simple tradeoff between survival and energy devoted to reproduction,​ and a secondary tradeoff between gametic investment, phenotypic investment, and preference investment. These four traits are under genetic control, and energy devoted to reproduction limits the three other traits. The purpose is to explore the conditions for traits evolution and correlations and the evolution of their genomic structure. |<​html><​script type="​text/​javascript">​ml ='​labonne';​ ml += '​@';​ ml += '​st-pee.inra.fr';​ document.write('<​A href="​mailto:'​ + ml + '">​ Jacques Labonne</​a>'​)</​script>​ (UMR Ecobiop, Saint-Pée sur Nivelle) <br> September 2013 </​html>​ |
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