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R files used to run an agent-based simulation for termite dispersal. Both single-run (simple) and multi-run (MonteCarlo) simulation codes can be used to estimate the total area covered after each year.

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Spatiotemporal Simulation of Invasive Species Spread

TermiteSpread

This repository has three folders: CA, IBM, and Tangible Landscape.

The IBM folder contains all R scripts used to develop the termite dispersal individual-based simulation presented in the research article published by:

Tonini, F., Hochmair, H. H., Scheffrahn, R. H., and DeAngelis, D. L. (2013). Simulating the spread of an invasive termite in an urban environment using a stochastic individual-based model. Environmental Entomology, 42 (3), pp. 412-423. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1603/EN12325

The CA folder contains all R scripts used to develop the grid-based termite dispersal simulation model presented in the research article published by:

Tonini, F., Hochmair, H. H., Scheffrahn, R. H., and DeAngelis, D. L. (2014). Stochastic spread models: A comparison between an individual-based and a lattice-based model for assessing the expansion of invasive termites over a landscape. Ecological Informatics, 24, pp. 222-230.

The Tangible Landscape folder contains all R scripts used for the integration of the CA dispersal simulation into Tangible Landscape, as part of a collaboration while at the Center for Geospatial Analytics, North Carolina State University. The scripts used here are based off the CA (grid-based) approach mentioned above.

Please check out the README files inside each main folder for more detailed instructions on how to set up and run the scripts.

Contacts

Francesco Tonini: ftonini84@gmail.com

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Apache 2.0

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