The TEM is a process-based ecosystem model that describes carbon and nitrogen dynamics of plants and soils for terrestrial ecosystems of the globe.
The National Estuarine Eutrophication Assessment/ASSessment of Estuarine Trophic Status (NEEA/ASSETS) is a screening model that uses a Pressure-State-Response framework to assess eutrophication.
This soil organic model was developed to analyse the effects of management and global change on productivity and sustainability of agroecosystems.
Ecopath with Ecosim is an ecological modeling software suite focused on marine ecosystems, fisheries and environmental effects.
It is a marine ecosystem model simulating the spatial pattern of ecological fluxes throughout trophic gradients.
GARP uses a genetic algorithm to predict the distribution of species of animals and plants from environmental data through a distribution model.
This tool has been developed to study how physical and biological factors affect the dynamics of fish eggs and larvae.
The objective of the model is to simulate forest succession, management, carbon-, water-, and nitrogen-cycling under transient climate.
SWAT is a river basin scale model developed to quantify the impact of land management practices in large, complex watersheds.