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Exploring, exploiting and evolving diversity of aquatic ecosystem models: a community perspective. / Janssen, Annette B.G.; Arhonditsis, George B.; Beusen, Arthur; Bolding, Karsten; Bruce, Louise; Bruggeman, Jorn; Couture, Raoul-Marie; Downing, Andrea S.; Alex Elliott, J.; Frassl, Marieke A.; Gal, Gideon; Gerla, Daan J.; Hipsey, Matthew R.; Hu, Fenjuan; Ives, Stephen C.; Janse, Jan H.; Jeppesen, Erik; Jöhnk, Klaus D.; Kneis, David; Kong, Xiangshen; Kuiper, Jan J.; Lehmann, Moritz K.; Lemmen, Carsten; Özkundakci, Deniz; Petzoldt, Thomas; Rinke, Karsten; Robson, Barbara J.; Sachse, Rene; Schep, Sebastiaan A.; Schmid, Martin; Scholten, Huub; Teurlincx, Sven; Trolle, Dennis; Troost, Tineke A.; Van Dam, Anne A.; Van Gerven, Luuk P.A.; Weijerman, Mariska; Wells, Scott A.; Mooij, Wolf M.

In: Aquatic Ecology, Vol. 49, No. 4, 12.2015, p. 513-548.

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Janssen, ABG, Arhonditsis, GB, Beusen, A, Bolding, K, Bruce, L, Bruggeman, J, Couture, R-M, Downing, AS, Alex Elliott, J, Frassl, MA, Gal, G, Gerla, DJ, Hipsey, MR, Hu, F, Ives, SC, Janse, JH, Jeppesen, E, Jöhnk, KD, Kneis, D, Kong, X, Kuiper, JJ, Lehmann, MK, Lemmen, C, Özkundakci, D, Petzoldt, T, Rinke, K, Robson, BJ, Sachse, R, Schep, SA, Schmid, M, Scholten, H, Teurlincx, S, Trolle, D, Troost, TA, Van Dam, AA, Van Gerven, LPA, Weijerman, M, Wells, SA & Mooij, WM 2015, 'Exploring, exploiting and evolving diversity of aquatic ecosystem models: a community perspective' Aquatic Ecology, vol. 49, no. 4, pp. 513-548. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10452-015-9544-1

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Janssen ABG, Arhonditsis GB, Beusen A, Bolding K, Bruce L, Bruggeman J et al. Exploring, exploiting and evolving diversity of aquatic ecosystem models: a community perspective. Aquatic Ecology. 2015 Dec;49(4):513-548. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10452-015-9544-1

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Janssen, Annette B.G. ; Arhonditsis, George B. ; Beusen, Arthur ; Bolding, Karsten ; Bruce, Louise ; Bruggeman, Jorn ; Couture, Raoul-Marie ; Downing, Andrea S. ; Alex Elliott, J. ; Frassl, Marieke A. ; Gal, Gideon ; Gerla, Daan J. ; Hipsey, Matthew R. ; Hu, Fenjuan ; Ives, Stephen C. ; Janse, Jan H. ; Jeppesen, Erik ; Jöhnk, Klaus D. ; Kneis, David ; Kong, Xiangshen ; Kuiper, Jan J. ; Lehmann, Moritz K. ; Lemmen, Carsten ; Özkundakci, Deniz ; Petzoldt, Thomas ; Rinke, Karsten ; Robson, Barbara J. ; Sachse, Rene ; Schep, Sebastiaan A. ; Schmid, Martin ; Scholten, Huub ; Teurlincx, Sven ; Trolle, Dennis ; Troost, Tineke A. ; Van Dam, Anne A. ; Van Gerven, Luuk P.A. ; Weijerman, Mariska ; Wells, Scott A. ; Mooij, Wolf M. / Exploring, exploiting and evolving diversity of aquatic ecosystem models: a community perspective. In: Aquatic Ecology. 2015 ; Vol. 49, No. 4. pp. 513-548.

BibTeX

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AU - Arhonditsis, George B.

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AU - Bolding, Karsten

AU - Bruce, Louise

AU - Bruggeman, Jorn

AU - Couture, Raoul-Marie

AU - Downing, Andrea S.

AU - Alex Elliott, J.

AU - Frassl, Marieke A.

AU - Gal, Gideon

AU - Gerla, Daan J.

AU - Hipsey, Matthew R.

AU - Hu, Fenjuan

AU - Ives, Stephen C.

AU - Janse, Jan H.

AU - Jeppesen, Erik

AU - Jöhnk, Klaus D.

AU - Kneis, David

AU - Kong, Xiangshen

AU - Kuiper, Jan J.

AU - Lehmann, Moritz K.

AU - Lemmen, Carsten

AU - Özkundakci, Deniz

AU - Petzoldt, Thomas

AU - Rinke, Karsten

AU - Robson, Barbara J.

AU - Sachse, Rene

AU - Schep, Sebastiaan A.

AU - Schmid, Martin

AU - Scholten, Huub

AU - Teurlincx, Sven

AU - Trolle, Dennis

AU - Troost, Tineke A.

AU - Van Dam, Anne A.

AU - Van Gerven, Luuk P.A.

AU - Weijerman, Mariska

AU - Wells, Scott A.

AU - Mooij, Wolf M.

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