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SimSAGS is a Decision Support System
for
pastoralists, researchers, consultants,
NGOs and local extension
agencies.
The SimSAGS model use daily rainfall to predict soil moisture, predicts plant growth, predicts herbivore forage intake and consequent livestock and wildlife animal population dynamics via growth, reproduction and mortality.
  • modular : climate, soil, plant, animal
  • integrated systems model with feedbacks
  • animal management strategies
  • pastoralist: coping with drought
  • commercial: market dynamics
  • socio-economic integration
Citation: Derry, J.F. (2006) SimSAGS. Simulation of a Semi-arid Grazing System [online]. http://sags.bio.ed.ac.uk/ [Accessed ON DATE].
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