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Complexity is often discussed as though it is a single phenomenon, when it often used essentially to describe phenomena that cannot adequately be modelled using traditional methods. There may be several ways in which such phenomena can occur, and indeed several classes thereof. The context of social-ecological systems brings this in to sharp focus as there can be complexity arising from interactions of heterogeneous entities within and across the social and ecological subsystems, and from the macro (landscape / government) to the micro (patch / land owner). This talk will report on an analysis of multiple runs of a coupled agent-based and species metacommunity model of biodiversity incentivization, with a view to identifying whether different patterns of complex dynamics are associated with the presence or absence of feedback loops in the model. The James Hutton Institute is a Scottish charitable company limited by guarantee. Registered in Scotland No. SC374831 Registered Office: The James Hutton Institute, Invergowrie Dundee DD2 5DA. Charity No. SC041796
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