Management science, Environmental resource management, Participatory modeling, Knowledge management and Process are his primary areas of study. His work deals with themes such as Stability and Visualization, which intersect with Management science. The Environmental resource management study combines topics in areas such as Watershed, Land use, Natural capital, Ecosystem services and Flexibility.
His work carried out in the field of Participatory modeling brings together such families of science as Collaborative learning, Stakeholder, Stakeholder analysis and Stakeholder engagement. His studies deal with areas such as Watershed management and Integrated water resources management as well as Stakeholder. His Knowledge management study combines topics in areas such as Position paper and End user.
Alexey Voinov focuses on Environmental resource management, Process, Management science, Software and Participatory modeling. His study on Environmental resource management also encompasses disciplines like
His Management science research focuses on Sustainability and how it connects with Environmental economics. His Software research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Decision support system and Software engineering. He has included themes like Natural resource, Stakeholder, Stakeholder engagement and Knowledge management in his Participatory modeling study.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Participatory modeling, Process, Management science, Data science and Context. The various areas that Alexey Voinov examines in his Participatory modeling study include Adaptive management, Ecology and Knowledge management. His Adaptive management research includes elements of Stakeholder and Knowledge transfer.
His work carried out in the field of Process brings together such families of science as Participatory planning and Conceptualization. His research integrates issues of Sociotechnical system, Collaborative learning, Analytic hierarchy process and Stakeholder analysis in his study of Management science. His studies deal with areas such as Systems design, Use case, Position paper and Field as well as Data science.
Alexey Voinov mostly deals with Participatory modeling, Process, Natural resource economics, Conceptual framework and Efficient energy use. The study incorporates disciplines such as Analytic hierarchy process and Multi-agent system in addition to Participatory modeling. The Process study combines topics in areas such as Adaptive management, Geospatial predictive modeling and Management science.
His Management science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Collaborative learning, Stakeholder analysis and Participatory planning. He interconnects Biodiversity, Flagship species, Endangered species and Natural capital, Ecosystem services in the investigation of issues within Natural resource economics. His Efficient energy use research includes themes of Social dynamics, Low-carbon economy, Greenhouse gas and Computational sociology.
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Position paper: Characterising performance of environmental models
Neil D. Bennett;Barry F. W. Croke;Giorgio Guariso;Joseph H. A. Guillaume.
Modeling ecological and economic systems with STELLA: Part III
Robert Costanza;Alexey Voinov.
Position Paper: Modelling with stakeholders
Alexey Voinov;Francois Bousquet.
Selecting among five common modelling approaches for integrated environmental assessment and management
Rebecca A. Kelly;Anthony J. Jakeman;Olivier Barreteau;Mark E. Borsuk.
Integrated environmental modeling: A vision and roadmap for the future
Gerard F. Laniak;Gabriel Olchin;Jonathan Goodall;Alexey Voinov.
Modelling with stakeholders - Next generation
Alexey Voinov;Nagesh Kolagani;Michael K. McCall;Pierre D. Glynn.
Position paper: Environmental decision support systems (EDSS) development - Challenges and best practices
B. S. McIntosh;J. C. Ascough;M. Twery;J. Chew.
Progress in integrated assessment and modelling
P Parker;R Letcher;A Jakeman;M.B Beck.
A review of methods, data, and models to assess changes in the value of ecosystem services from land degradation and restoration
Katrine Grace Turner;Sharolyn Anderson;Mauricio Gonzales-Chang;Robert Costanza.
Lessons for successful participatory watershed modeling: A perspective from modeling practitioners
Alexey Voinov;Alexey Voinov;Erica J. Brown Gaddis.
Ecological Modelling (2008)
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