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African Development Hypotheses

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Contributors: John C. Woodwell
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The simulation model presented here is a hypothesis concerning basic ecological-economic relationships in Africa. The model was developed over the course of several months in a series of meetings with experts convened by the U.S. Agency for International Development, Africa Bureau, Office of Sustainable Development (AFR/SD). The purpose of this group modeling exercise was to draw out and review some of the less well-recognized, or more newly recognized, relationships among ecological and economic variables in Africa. The model was written in a systems dynamics modeling environment using the STELLA simulation modeling package.

Author(s): John C. Woodwell

Publication Date: 2001

Location: Africa

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