ApexRMS is a team of scientists and software developers focussed upon designing and delivering state-of-the-art ecological models and decision support systems for natural resource management.
We provide consulting services and software solutions to government, industry, and non-governmental organizations across North America. Our focus areas include landscape ecology, vegetation and wildlife.
The key services we provide include:
- ecological modeling
- decision support system development
- data analysis and interpretation
- scientific workshop facilitation
June 13, 2014: The program is now available for the 2nd state-and-transition simulation model conference in Fort Collins, CO, September 16-18, 2014
Mark your calendars for the Second State-and-Transition Simulation Modelling (STSM) Conference, hosted and sponsored by the U.S. Geological Survey, and co-sponsored by The Nature Conservancy and Apex Resource Management Solutions. Find out more, register or submit a paper at www.stsm2014.org.
May 14, 2014: ApexRMS presents demographic modeling framework at the 15th North American Caribou Workshop
On May 14th, Leonardo Frid presented DG-Sim, a newly released demographic modeling framework, at the 15th North American Caribou Workshop. The software allows users to simulate population numbers, age structure and sex ratios forward in time under alternative “what-if” scenarios. DG-Sim is a desktop application available for free download; it includes a straight-forward user interface with a simple graphical presentation of results and the ability to import and export model inputs and results from and to Excel.
February 12, 2014: State-and-transition simulation model online conference presentation at the Society for Range Management
On February 12th at the 2014 Society for Range Management annual conference, ApexRMS delivered an online presentation on using state-and-transition simulation models to evaluate alternative land management scenarios.
December 13, 2013: ST-Sim, State-and-Transition Simulation Model Framework Version 2.0, now available for free download
Version 2.0 of ST-Sim, a spatially-explicit State-and-Transition Simulation Model framework, is now available for free download. This version includes fully integrated spatially-explicit capabilities with the ability to work with raster data sets for both model inputs and outputs. A number of important new features have been added to this version including the ability to track pools of stocks (e.g. carbon) and flows between pools (e.g. carbon fluxes). Documentation for ST-Sim is also available online.