BeModeLS working group contributes to new AIMES Bulletin

Related GLP Member: James Millington, Calum Brown

Behavioural Models of Land Systems (BeModeLS) is a joint working group between AIMES and the Global Land Programme that aims to support and build interdisciplinary collaboration across the scientific disciplines represented by these global research networks. The group welcomes a wide range of perspectives and members with interests in building any aspects of human behaviour (e.g. individual, collective, and organisational) in land systems models and its interactions with other land system processes.

The current and previous coordinators of the group recently contributed a piece to the new AIMES Bulletin that outlines the group's work to support efforts to develop behavioural models of human activity within land systems and to couple them with other models through improved understanding of the processes underlying human-environment interactions.