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Eco-evolutionary consequences of climate change and size-selective fishing

posted on 24.11.2020, 11:33 by Daniel AyllonDaniel Ayllon, Graciela G. Nicola, Benigno Elvira, Ana Almodóvar
This archive contains the model code and input for the simulation experiments, as well as their output data, published in: Ayllón, Nicola, Elvira, Almodóvar, in press. Climate change will render size-selective harvest of cold-water fish species unsustainable in Mediterranean freshwaters. Journal of Applied Ecology.

The archive consists of:

- One zip file containing the NetLogo code and all files needed to run the simulations: NetLogo extensions required by the software (six folders), input files to define the stream reach and perform the hydraulic modelling (two text files and two csv files), input files defining the temperature and flow time series for each of the three environmental scenarios simulated (three text files), one input file defining the setup of fishing scenarios (one text file), and a file defining the values of parameters that are not set up in the softwares’s interface (one nls file).

- One RData file containing the outputs of each simulation experiment performed. Outputs are divided into two data frames, one including population outputs and the other the phenotypic traits outputs.


D. Ayllón was funded by a Marie Curie Intraeuropean Fellowship (PIEF-GA-2012-329264) for the project EcoEvolClim. The study was also financially supported by the Spanish Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness through the research project CGL2017-84269-P.