gen3sis: General Engine for Eco-Evolutionary Simulations

Contains an engine for spatially-explicit eco-evolutionary mechanistic models with a modular implementation and several support functions. It allows exploring the consequences of ecological and macroevolutionary processes across realistic or theoretical spatio-temporal landscapes on biodiversity patterns as a general term. Reference: Oskar Hagen, Benjamin Flueck, Fabian Fopp, Juliano S. Cabral, Florian Hartig, Mikael Pontarp, Thiago F. Rangel, Loic Pellissier (2021) "gen3sis: A general engine for eco-evolutionary simulations of the processes that shape Earth's biodiversity" <doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.3001340>.

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AuthorETH Zürich [cph], Oskar Hagen [aut, cre] (Landscape Ecology, WSL and ETH Zürich, Switzerland), Benjamin Flück [aut] (Landscape Ecology, WSL and ETH Zürich, Switzerland), Fabian Fopp [aut] (Landscape Ecology, WSL and ETH Zürich, Switzerland), Juliano S. Cabral [aut] (Ecosystem Modeling, Center for Computational and Theoretical Biology, University of Würzburg, Würzburg, Germany), Florian Hartig [aut] (Theoretical Ecology, University of Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany), Mikael Pontarp [aut] (Department of Biology, Lund University, Lund, Sweden), Charles Novaes de Santana [ctb] (Landscape Ecology, WSL and ETH Zürich, Switzerland), Thiago F. Rangel [aut] (Department of Ecology, Universidade Federal de Goiás, Goiás, Brazil), Theo Gaboriau [ctb] (Depatment of Computational Biology, Lausanne University, Switzerland), Loïc Pellissier [aut, ths] (Landscape Ecology, WSL and ETH Zürich, Switzerland)
MaintainerOskar Hagen <>
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