Recknagel, F., 2013. Current scope, case studies and future directions of ecologcial informatics. Journal of Environmental Informatics 21, 1, 1-9.
Recknagel, F., Ostrovsky, I., Cao, H., Zohary, T. and X. Zhang, 2013. Ecological relationships, thresholds and time lags determining phytoplankton community dynamics in Lake Kinneret, Israel elucidated by evolutionary computation and wavelets. Ecological Modelling 255, 70-86.
Cao, H., Recknagel, F. and P. Orr, 2013. Enhanced functionality of the hybrid evolutionary algorithm HEA demonstrated by predictive modelling of algal growth in the Wivenhoe Reservoir, Queensland (Australia). Ecological Modelling 252, 32-43.
Recknagel, F., 2011. Ecological informatics: A discipline in the making. Ecological Informatics 6, 1-3.
Jorgensen, S.E., Recknagel, F. and T.S. Chon, 2009. Handbook of Ecological Modelling and Informatics. WIT Press, Southampton, UK
Recknagel, F., 2008. Ecological Informatics: Overview. In: Jorgensen, S.E. and B.D. Faith (Editors), 2008. Encyclopedia of Ecology, Oxford, Elsevier, Vol. 2, pp. 1041-1058.
Sierp, M., Qin, J.G. and F. Recknagel, 2008. Biomanipulation: a review of biological control measures in eutrophic waters and the potential for Murray cod Maccullochella peelii peelii to promote water quality in temperate Australia.Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 1-23.
Qua, S., Chen, Q. and F. Recknagel, 2008. Cellular automata based simulation of random versus selectiveharvesting strategies in predator–prey systems. Ecological Informatics 3, 252-258.
Recknagel, F., van Ginkel, C., Cao, H., Cetin, L. and B. Zhang, 2008. Generic Limnological Models on the Touchstone: Testing the Lake Simulation Library SALMO-OO and the Rule-based Microcystis Agent for Warm-monomictic Hypertrophic Lakes in South Africa. Ecological Modelling 215, 144-158.
Recknagel, F., Cetin, L.T. and Zhang B., 2008. Process-based Simulation Library SALMO-OO for Lake Ecosystems. Part 1: Object-oriented Implementation and Validation. Ecological Informatics 3,2,, 170-180.
Cao, H., Recknagel, F, Cetin, L. and B. Zhang, 2008. Process-based Simulation Library SALMO-OO for Lake Ecosystems. Part 2: Multi-objective Parameter Optimisation by Evolutionary Algorithms. Ecological Informatics, 181-190.
Recknagel, F., Cao, H., van Ginkel, C., van der Molen, D., Park, H. and N. Takamura, 2008. Adaptive agents for forecasting seasonal outbreaks of blue-green algal populations in lakes categorised by circulation type and trophic state. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 30, 2, 191-197.
Welk, A., Recknagel, F., Cao, H., Chan, W.S. and A. Talib, 2008. Rule-based agents for forecasting algal population dynamics in freshwater lakes discovered by hybrid evolutionary algorithms. Ecological Informatics 3, 1, 46-54.
van Ginkel, C., Cao, H., Recknagel, F. and S. du Plessis, 2007. Forecasting of dinoflagellate blooms in warm-monomictic hypertrophic reservoirs in South Africa by means of rule-based agents. Water SA 33, 531-538.
Chan, W. S., Recknagel, F., Cao, H. and H.D. Park, 2007. Elucidation and short-term forecasting of microcystin concentrations in Lake Suwa (Japan) by means of artificial neural networks and evolutionary algorithms. Water Research 41, 2247-2255
Kim, D.-K., Cao, H., Jeong, K.-S., Recknagel, F. and G.-J. Joo, 2007. Predictive function and rules for population dynamics of Microcystis aeruginosa in the regulated Nakdong River (South Korea), discovered by evolutionary algorithms. Ecological Modelling 203, 147-156
Recknagel, F. (ed.), 2006. Ecological Informatics. Scope, Techniques and Applications. 2nd Revised and Extended Edition. Springer, New York, 496 pp
Wen, L. and F. Recknagel, 2006. Balancing phosphorus adsorption and consumption processes in experimental treatment ponds designed for agricultural drainage water. Ecological Engineering 28, 14-24
Atanasova, N., Todorovski, L., Dzeroski, S., Rekar Remec, S., Recknagel, F. and B. Kompare, 2006. Automated modelling of a food web in lake Bled using measured data and a library of domain knowledge. Ecological Modelling, 194, 1-3, 37-48
Recknagel, F., Kim, B. and A. Welk, 2006. Unravelling ecosystem behaviour of lake Soyang (South Korea) in response to climate and management by means of artificial neural networks. Journal Internat. Verein. Limnol. 29, 3, 1497-1502
Recknagel, F. , Talib, A. and D. van der Molen, 2006. Phytoplankton Community Dynamics of Two Adjacent Dutch Lakes in Response to Seasons and Eutrophication Control Unravelled by Non-Supervised Artificial Neural Networks. Ecological Informatics 1, 3, 277-286
Cao, H., Recknagel, F., Joo, G.-J., D.-K. Kim, 2006. Rule set discovery for the prediction and explanation of chlorophyll -a dynamics in the Nakdong River (Korea) by means of a hybrid evolutionary algorithm. Ecological Informatics 1, 43-53
Whigham, P., Dick, G. and F. Recknagel, 2006. Exploring seasonal patterns using process modelling and evolutionary computation. Ecological Modelling 159, 1-2, 146-152
Recknagel, F, Kim, B., Takamura, N. and A. Welk, 2006. Unravelling and Forecasting Algal Population Dynamics in Two Lakes Different in Morphometry and Eutrophication by Neural and Evolutionary Computation. Ecological Informatics 1, 2, 133-151
Recknagel, F., 2006. Ecological applications of adaptive agents. In: Recknagel, F. (ed.), 2006. Ecological Informatics. 2nd Edition. Springer, New York, 109-124
Jeong, K.-S., Recknagel, F. and G.-J. Joo, 2006. Prediction and elucidation of population dynamics of the blue-green algae Microcystis aeruginosa and the diatom Stephanodiscus hantzschii in the Nakdong river-reservoir system (South Korea) by a recurrent artificial neural network.Recknagel, F. (ed.), 2006. Ecological Informatics. 2nd Edition. Springer, New York, 256-273
Horrigan, N., Bobbin, J., Recknagel, F. and L. Metzling, 2005. Patterning, prediction and explanation of stream macroinvertebrate assemblages in Victoria (Australia) by means of artificial neural networks and genetic algorithms. In: Lek, S., Scardi, M., Verdonschot, P.F.M., Descy, J.-P. and Y.-S. Park (eds.), 2005. Modelling Community Structures in Freshwater Ecosystems. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, 252-260
Horrigan, N., Choy, S., Marshall, J. and F. Recknagel, 2005. Assessing the effect of salinisation on stream macroinvertebrate communities in Queensland. Australian Freshwater and Marine Research 56, 1-9
Visiting Professor for Senior International Sciencists of the Chinese Academy of Sciences
Extraordinary Professor of the North-West University at Potchefstroom, South Africa (http://www.nwu.ac.za)
Recent invitations as keynote speaker at international conferences: - 31st Congress of the International Society of Limnology SIL 2010, 15 - 20 August 2010, Capetown, South Africa (http://sil2010.ufs.ac.za); - International Conference on Ecological Informatics and Ecosystem Conservation ISEIS 2010, 27 - 29 August 2010, Beijing, China (www.iseis.org/events/iseis2010/); - 2nd IWA Asian Pacific Young Professionals Conference, 4 - 6 November 2009, Beijing,China; - International Conference EnviroInfo 2009, 9 - 11 September 2009, Berlin, Germany; - 4th Symposium on Information Technologies in Environmental Engineering, 28 - 29 May 2009, Thessaloniki, Greece
Member of the International Scientific Committee of the EcoSummit 2012, 30 September - 5 October 2012, Collumbus Ohio, USA (http://swamp.osu.edu/ecosummit2012)
Algae - toxic; freshwater ecology; organic pollution and algal blooms; limnology of lakes; drinking water reservoirs and wetlands; blue-green algae; water quality; carp
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