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SCTI - Software for saving species
Species Conservation Toolkit Initiative





Vortex
Population Viability Analysis software

Vortex is an individual-based simulation of deterministic forces as 
well as demographic, environmental and genetic stochastic events on 
wildlife populations. It can model many of the extinction vortices that 
can threaten persistence of small populations. Vortex models population 
dynamics as discrete, sequential events that occur according to 
probabilities that are random variables following user-specified 
distributions. Vortex simulates a population by stepping through a 
series of events that describe an annual cycle of a typical sexually 
reproducing, diploid organism: mate selection, reproduction, mortality, 
increment of age by one year, dispersal among populations, removals, 
supplementation, and then truncation (if necessary) to the carrying 
capacity. The simulation of the population is iterated many times to 
generate the distribution of fates that the population might 
experience.

Citation for software:

Lacy, R.C., and J.P. Pollak. 2014. Vortex: A stochastic simulation of 
the extinction process. Version 10.0. Chicago Zoological Society, 
Brookfield, Illinois, USA.

Vortex is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 
4.0 International Licens

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MetaModel Manager
PlatPlatform for linking models into metamodels

 

“Metamodels” provide a novel approach to species risk assessment for 
systems in which diverse threats are most effectively addressed through 
different disciplines, act at different spatiotemporal scales, or 
interact in non-linear ways. A metamodel links multiple, discrete 
models that depict separate components of a complex system, governing 
the flow of information between models and the sequence of events in 
the simulation process. Each discrete model simulates processes 
specific to its disciplinary realm while being informed of changes in 
other parts of the metamodel by accessing common descriptors of the 
system, populations, and individuals. Interactions among models are 
revealed as emergent properties of the system. MetaModel Manager is a 
new platform to implement this approach for extending wildlife risk 
assessment beyond single-species population viability analysis. 
MetaModel Manager allows any number of models representing species 
demography, diseases, landscapes, human actions, or other processes to 
be linked to models of population dynamics. 

Citation of software:

Pollak, J.P., & R.C. Lacy. 2017. MetaModel Manager. Version 1.0.4. 
Chicago Zoological Society, Brookfield, Illinois, USA.

MetaModel Manager is licensed under a Creative Commons 
Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License


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Outbreak
Epidemiological model of infectious disease

Outbreak simulates disease dynamics under an individually base model of 
transitions among susceptible, exposed, infectious and recovered 
individuals. Outbreak provides several options for modes of 
transmission (random contact within populations, spatially based 
transmission, contact with environmental sources of disease) and 
provides options for management through vaccination or culling. The 
current version 2 of Outbreak was written by Robert Lacy, based on 
Outbreak version 1 designed by JP Pollak, PS Miller, RC Lacy, L 
Hungerford, and P Bright. 

Citation:

Lacy, R.C., J.P. Pollak, P.S. Miller, L. Hungerford, and P. Bright. 
2014. Outbreak version 2.1. IUCN SSC Conservation Breeding Specialist 
Group. Apple Valley, MN, USA.


Outbreak is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 
4.0 International License. 

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Spatial 
Model of animal movements on landscapes

Spatial is an agent-based model of the movements of animals on 
landscapes. The landscapes can be entered from image files or from 
tables of data. Rules are entered to describe the attractiveness, 
permeability, and rate of movement of animals for each landscape 
feature (optionally including other animals). Spatial then simulates 
the movements over time, and dsiplays final location, tracks, or 
density of occupancy.

Spatial was developed and is owned by JP Pollak (Cornell University).

Software citation:

Pollak, J.P. 2013. Spatial model of animal movements on landscapes. JP 
Pollak, New York, NY. 



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PMx
Software for pedigree analysis and management

PMx is a package of demographic and genetic analysis tools to assist 
with the management of breeding programs for wildlife species. PMx was 
developed by Jonathan Ballou (Smithsonian Institution/National 
Zoological Park), Robert Lacy (Chicago Zoological Society), and JP 
Pollak (Cornell University). The concepts and design of PMx benefitted 
immensely from input by the AZA Small Population Management Advisory 
Group, the EAZA European Population Management Advisory Group, the 
International Species Information System, and colleagues in zoos and 
conservation organizations around the world.
 

Software citation:

Ballou, J.D., R.C. Lacy, and J.P. Pollak. 2010. PMx: software for 
demographic and genetic analysis and management of pedigreed 
populations. Chicago Zoological Society, Brookfield, Illinois, USA.

PMx is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 
International License.


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partinbr
PartInbr for partial inbreeding coefficients


PARTINBR.EXE  calculates 
	inbreeding coefficients, 
	partial inbreeding coefficients with respect to each founder
	proportion of the genome contributed by each founder

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