Products for NIMBioS Working Group:
Muller EB et al. 2019. Regulation of reproductive processes with Dynamic Energy Budgets. Functional Ecology.
Murphy CA et al. 2018. Incorporating sub-organismal processes into dynamic energy budget models for ecological risk assessment. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management.
Murphy CA et al. 2018. Linking adverse outcome pathways to dynamic energy budgets: A conceptual model. In A Systems Biology Approach to Advancing Adverse Outcome Pathways for Risk Assessment (pp. 281-302). Springer, Cham.
Lika D. 29 August 2016. Combining Modeling and Experimental Approaches for Marine organisms under Stress. MEMS Summer School, Brest, France.
Buck CL, Hindle A, Galic N. 2017.
Research Coordination Network (RCN): Predicting vertebrate responses to a changing climate: modeling genomes to phenomes to populations (G2P2PoP). $500,000.
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