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Our companion modelling approach
O Barreteau
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 6 (2), 2003
Companion modeling, conflict resolution, and institution building: sharing irrigation water in the Lingmuteychu Watershed, Bhutan
TR Gurung, F Bousquet, G Trébuil
Ecology and society 11 (2), 2006
La modélisation comme outil d'accompagnement
C ComMod
Natures sciences sociétés 13 (2), 165-168, 2005
Participatory agent-based modeling and simulation of rice production and labor migrations in Northeast Thailand
W Naivinit, C Le Page, G Trébuil, N Gajaseni
Environmental Modelling & Software 25 (11), 1345-1358, 2010
The multiple land degradation effects caused by land-use intensification in tropical steeplands: A catchment study from northern Thailand
F Turkelboom, J Poesen, G Trébuil
Catena 75 (1), 102-116, 2008
Spatial representations are not neutral: Lessons from a participatory agent-based modelling process in a land-use conflict
C Barnaud, C Le Page, P Dumrongrojwatthana, G Trébuil
Environmental Modelling & Software 45, 150-159, 2013
Companion modeling and multi-agent systems for integrated natural resources management in Asia
F Bousquet, G Trébuil, H Bill
IRRI, Los Banos, Philippines, 2005
Multi-agent simulations to explore rules for rural credit in a highland farming community of Northern Thailand
C Barnaud, F Bousquet, G Trebuil
Ecological Economics 66 (4), 615-627, 2008
Dealing with power games in a companion modelling process: lessons from community water management in Thailand highlands
C Barnaud, A Van Paassen, G Trébuil, T Promburom, F Bousquet
Journal of agricultural education and extension 16 (1), 55-74, 2010
Participatory approaches
O Barreteau, P Bots, K Daniell, M Etienne, P Perez, C Barnaud, D Bazile, ...
Simulating social complexity: A handbook, 197-234, 2013
Upland rice response to phosphorus fertilization in Asia
T George, R Magbanua, W Roder, K Van Keer, G Trébuil, V Reoma
Agronomy Journal 93 (6), 1362-1370, 2001
An evolving simulation/gaming process to facilitate adaptive watershed management in northern mountainous Thailand
C Barnaud, T Promburom, G Trébuil, F Bousquet
Simulation & gaming 38 (3), 398-420, 2007
Agent-based modelling and simulation applied to environmental management
CL Page, D Bazile, N Becu, P Bommel, F Bousquet, M Etienne, ...
Simulating social complexity: A handbook, 499-540, 2013
Introduction to companion modeling and multi-agent systems for integrated natural resource management in Asia
F Bousquet, G Trébuil
Companion modeling and multi-agent systems for integrated natural resource …, 2005
Using multi-agent systems in a companion modelling approach for agroecosystem management in South-east Asia
F Bousquet, JC Castella, G Trébuil, C Barnaud, S Boissau, SP Kam
Outlook on AGRICULTURE 36 (1), 57-62, 2007
Companion modelling for integrated renewable resource management: a new collaborative approach to create common values for sustainable development
N Ruankaew, C Le Page, P Dumrongrojwattana, C Barnaud, N Gajaseni, ...
International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology 17 (1), 15-23, 2010
Area study prior to companion modelling to integrate multiple interests in upper watershed management of Northern Thailand
C Barnaud, G Trebuil, P Dumrongrojwatthana, J Marie
Japanese Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 45 (4), 559-585, 2008
Pioneer agriculture, green revolution and environmental degradation in Thailand
G Trébuil
Counting the costs: economic growth and environmental change in Thailand, 67-89, 1995
A systems approach to understanding obstacles to effective implementation of IPM in Thailand: key issues for the cotton industry
JC Castella, D Jourdain, G Trébuil, B Napompeth
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 72 (1), 17-34, 1999
Learning about interdependencies and dynamics
W Daré, AM Van Paassen, R Ducrot, R Mathevet, J Queste, G Trébuil, ...
Companion Modelling: A Participatory Approach to Support Sustainable …, 2014
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