R code to simulate the population impact of cumulative anthropogenic stressors on wildlife populations (operating via prey reduction)
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CTCwcvi.xlsx
README.md
female_survival_restricted.csv
female_survival_unrestricted.csv
ford chinook cpue.xlsx
humpbackSim.r
killerSim.r
male_survival_restricted.csv
male_survival_unrestricted.csv

README.md

population-impact

R code to simulate the population impact of cumulative anthropogenic stressors on wildlife populations (operating via prey reduction).

Methods are documented in the manuscript: Williams, R., L. Thomas, E. Ashe, C.W. Clark and P.S. Hammond. Gauging allowable harm limits to cumulative, sub-lethal effects of human activities on wildlife populations.

File manifest:

  1. killerSim.r - code to implement the killer whale example.
    Auxiliary input files:
  • CTCwcvi.xlsx
  • cord chinook cpue.xlsx
  • female_survival_restricted.csv
  • femaile_survival_unrestricted.csv
  • male_survival_restricted.csv
  • maile_survival_unrestricted.csv
  1. humpbackSim.r - code to implement the humpback whale example.

The simulation .r files are very similar -- they differ in the details of the population biology in the simulation. The intention is that these can act as templates for simulations on other biological systems of interest.