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References lists: modelling methodologies and model evaluation

2015-02-13 (last compilation)

Note: This page is under construction.

This page present some lists of references about modelling in the field of hydrology, groundwater or pesticide risk assessment. The reference list focuses on general methodology in modelling. The list is not meant to be extensive (but rather a memo).

Topics: Good Modelling Practices · Model evaluation · Philosophy of models

Good Modelling Practices

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  1. EFSA (2014). “Scientific opinion on good modelling practice in the context of mechanistic effect models for risk assessment of plant protection products.” EFSA Journal, 12(3)(3589), pp. 92 pp. DOI , EFSA Panel on Plant Protection Products and their Residues, URL .
  2. Grimm V, Augusiak J, Focks A, Frank BM, Gabsi F, Johnston AS, Liu C, Martin BT, Meli M, Radchuk V, Thorbek P and Railsback SF (2014). “Towards better modelling and decision support: Documenting model development, testing, and analysis using {TRACE} .” Ecological Modelling, 280(0), pp. 129 - 139. ISSN 0304-3800, DOI , Population Models for Ecological Risk Assessment of Chemicals , URL .
  3. Merz SK (2012). “Australian groundwater modelling guidelines.” Technical Report 82, Waterlines Report Series. URL .
  4. Jakeman A, Letcher R and Norton J (2006). “Ten iterative steps in development and evaluation of environmental models .” Environmental Modelling & Software, 21(5), pp. 602 - 614. ISSN 1364-8152, DOI , URL .
  5. Refsgaard JC, Henriksen HJ, Harrar WG, Scholten H and Kassahun A (2005). “Quality assurance in model based water management - review of existing practice and outline of new approaches.” Environmental Modelling & Software, 20(10), pp. 1201-1215. DOI , URL .
  6. Refsgaard JC and Henriksen HJ (2004). “Modelling guidelines - terminology and guiding principles.” Advances in Water Resources, 27(1), pp. 71-82. DOI , URL .
  7. Janssen PHM, Petersen AC, Sluijs JPvd, Risbey JS and Ravetz JR (2003). “RIVM/MNP Guidance for Uncertainty Assessment and Communication: Quickscan Hints and Actions List.” RIVM/MNP. ISBN 90-6960-105-2, URL .
  8. Petersen AC, Janssen PHM, Sluijs JPvd, Risbey JS and Ravetz JR (2003). “RIVM/MNP Guidance for Uncertainty Assessment and Communication: Mini-Checklist & Quickscan Questionnaire.” RIVM/MNP. vol 1. Strategic research project Uncertainty Analysis (S/550002). 16 pp.
  9. Sluijs Jvd, Janssen P, Petersen A, Kloprogge P, Risbey J, Tuinstra W and Ravetz J (2003). “RIVM/MNP Guidance for Uncertainty Assessment and Communication: Tool Catalogue for Uncertainty Assessment.” RIVM/MNP.
  10. Sluijs JPvd, Risbey JS, Kloprogge P, Ravetz JR, Funtowicz SO, Quintana, Corral S, Pereira AGa, Marchi BD, Petersen AC, Janssen PHM, Hoppe R, Huijs and F. SW (2003). “RIVM/MNP Guidance for Uncertainty Assessment and Communication: Detailed Guidance.” RIVM/MNP. vol 3. Strategic research project Uncertainty Analysis (S/550002). 71 pp.
  11. Refsgaard J (2002). “State-of-the-Art Report on Quality Assurance in modelling related to river basin management.” HarmoniQuA. D-WP1-1. 183 pp.
  12. Middlemis H (2000). “Groundwater flow modeling guidelines.” Murray-Darling basin commission. 133 pp.
  13. STOWA-RIZA (1999). “Smooth Modelling in Water Management, Good Modelling Practice Handbook.” STOWA-RIZA. ISBN 90-5773-056-1. 165 pp.

Model evaluation

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  1. Augusiak J, Brink PJVd and Grimm V (2014). “Merging validation and evaluation of ecological models to ‘evaludation’: A review of terminology and a practical approach .” Ecological Modelling, 280(0), pp. 117 - 128. ISSN 0304-3800, DOI , Population Models for Ecological Risk Assessment of Chemicals, URL .
  2. Bellocchi G, Rivington M, Matthews K and Acutis M (2014). “Deliberative processes for comprehensive evaluation of agroecological models. A review.” Agronomy for Sustainable Development, ?, pp. 1-17. DOI , URL .
  3. Oreskes N, Shrader-Frechette K and Belitz K (1994). “Verification, validation, and confirmation of numerical models in the earth sciences.” Science, 263(5147), pp. 641-646. DOI , URL .

Philosophy of models

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  1. Winsberg E (2014). “Computer Simulations in Science.” In Zalta EN (ed.), Fall 2014 edition. SEP. URL .
  2. Saltelli A and Funtowicz S (2013). “When all models are wrong.” Issues in Science and Technology, 30-2, pp. ? URL .
  3. Stanford K (2013). “Underdetermination of Scientific Theory.” In Zalta EN (ed.), Winter 2013 edition. SEP. URL .
  4. Frigg R and Hartmann S (2012). “Models in Science.” In Zalta EN (ed.), Fall 2012 edition. SEP. URL .
  5. Roman, Frigg and Reiss J (2009). “The philosophy of simulation: hot new issues or same old stew?” Synthese, 169.3, pp. 593-613. DOI , URL .
  6. Humphreys P (2009). “The philosophical novelty of computer simulation methods.” Synthese, 169.3, pp. 615-626. DOI , URL .
  7. Beven K (2002). “Towards a coherent philosophy for modelling the environment.” Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 458.2026, pp. 2465-2484. DOI , URL .
  8. Oreskes N, Shrader-Frechette K and Belitz K (1994). “Verification, validation, and confirmation of numerical models in the earth sciences.” Science, 263(5147), pp. 641-646. DOI , URL .
  9. O. S, Funtowicz and Ravetz JR (1993). “Science for the post-normal age.” Futures, 25.7, pp. 739-755. http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.1016/0016-3287(93)90022-L , URL .