Ecological and environmental models

Bar Massada, A., and Carmel, Y. 2008. Incorporating output variance in local sensitivity analysis for stochastic ecological models. Ecological Modelling, 213:463-467.

Carmel, Y., Paz, S., Jahshan, F. and Shoshany, M. 2009. Assessing fire risk using Monte Carlo simulations of fire spread. Forest Ecology and Management, 257:370-377.

Makler, V., Gal, G., Gorfine, M., Hipsey. M, and Carmel, Y. 2011. Sensitivity analysis for complex ecological models – a new approach. Environmental Modelling & Software, 26:124-134.

Paz, S., Carmel, Y., Jahshan, F. and Shoshany, M. 2011. Post-fire Analysis of Pre-fire mapping of fire-risk: A recent case study from Mt. Carmel (Israel). Forest Ecology and Management, 262(7):1184-1188.

Bar-Massada A, Kent R, and Carmel, Y. 2014. Environmental heterogeneity affects the location of modeled communities along the niche-neutrality continuum. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 281:20133249.

Makler, V., Gal, G., Gorfine, M., Hipsey. M, and Carmel, Y. 2011. Sensitivity analysis for complex ecological models – a new approach. Environmental Modelling & Software, 26:124-134.

Liberzon J, Carmel Y and Angel DL. 2016. The elusive nature of fluorescent organic matter in Lake Kinneret, Israel. Hydrobiologia 763 (1), 53-68.

Gueta T. and Carmel, Y. 2016. Quantifying the value of user-level data cleaning for big data: A case study using mammal distribution modelsEcological Informatics 34:  139–145.

Nezer O, Bar-David S, Gueta, T, and Carmel, Y. 2016. High-resolution species-distribution model based on systematic sampling and indirect observations. Biodiversity and Conservation. doi:10.1007/s10531-016-1251-2