​System Zoo Z412 Tourism Dynamics from Hartmut Bossel (2007) System Zoo 2 Simulation Models. Climate, Ecosystems, Resources
​System Zoo Z412 Tourism Dynamics from Hartmut Bossel (2007) System Zoo 2 Simulation Models. Climate, Ecosystems, Resources


System Zoo Z418 - Sustainable Use of a renewable resource from Hartmut Bossel (2007) System Zoo 2 Simulation Models. Climate, Ecosystems, Resources
System Zoo Z418 - Sustainable Use of a renewable resource from Hartmut Bossel (2007) System Zoo 2 Simulation Models. Climate, Ecosystems, Resources

 System Zoo Z404 Prey and two Predator Populations from Hartmut Bossel (2007) System Zoo 2 Simulation Models. Climate, Ecosystems, Resources     Often a single prey population is the source of food for several  competing predators (e.g. mice as prey of foxes and birds of prey)​. Here again a reliabl
System Zoo Z404 Prey and two Predator Populations from Hartmut Bossel (2007) System Zoo 2 Simulation Models. Climate, Ecosystems, Resources

Often a single prey population is the source of food for several  competing predators (e.g. mice as prey of foxes and birds of prey)​. Here again a reliable intuitive assessment of long-term development resulting from the particular system relationship is impossible. A simulation model can assist in recognizing development trends inherent in the system structure even if in reality a variety of other factors determine the development and may cause it to proceed on a somewhat different path.
 This models the progressive decline of the ability for self-reliance and the growing dependence on outside help. ​Z508 p39-42 System Zoo 3 by Hartmut Bossel. Strong outside help causes a collapse of self-help capacity. Weak outside help produces a stable combination of wellbeing and self-help capac

This models the progressive decline of the ability for self-reliance and the growing dependence on outside help. ​Z508 p39-42 System Zoo 3 by Hartmut Bossel. Strong outside help causes a collapse of self-help capacity. Weak outside help produces a stable combination of wellbeing and self-help capacity.

 An exploration of interactions among 'fuzzy' qualitative concepts that interact to produce either tolerance or violent conflict. ​Z509 p43-49 System Zoo 3 by Hartmut Bossel.

An exploration of interactions among 'fuzzy' qualitative concepts that interact to produce either tolerance or violent conflict. ​Z509 p43-49 System Zoo 3 by Hartmut Bossel.

 Exploring the conditions of permanent coexistence, rather than gradual disappearance of disadvantaged competitors. ​Z506 p32-35 System Zoo 3 by Hartmut Bossel.

Exploring the conditions of permanent coexistence, rather than gradual disappearance of disadvantaged competitors. ​Z506 p32-35 System Zoo 3 by Hartmut Bossel.

Model Z605 Miniworld, from System Zoo 3 by Hartmut Bossel
Model Z605 Miniworld, from System Zoo 3 by Hartmut Bossel
Adapted from Hartmut Bossel's "System Zoo 3 Simulation Models, Economy, Society, Development."  ​Population model where the population is summarized in four age groups (children, parents, older people, old people). Used as a base population model for dealing with issues such as employment, care for
Adapted from Hartmut Bossel's "System Zoo 3 Simulation Models, Economy, Society, Development."

​Population model where the population is summarized in four age groups (children, parents, older people, old people). Used as a base population model for dealing with issues such as employment, care for the elderly, pensions dynamics, etc.
 Z209 from Hartmut Bossel's System Zoo 1 p112-118. Compare with PCT Example  IM-9010

Z209 from Hartmut Bossel's System Zoo 1 p112-118. Compare with PCT Example IM-9010

 Z207 from Hartmut Bossel System Zoo 1 p103-107  After running the default settings Bossel describes A=0.2, B=0.2, Initial Values X=0 Y=2 and Z=0 and varying C=2,3,4,5 shows period doubling and transition to chaotic behavior

Z207 from Hartmut Bossel System Zoo 1 p103-107


After running the default settings Bossel describes A=0.2, B=0.2, Initial Values X=0 Y=2 and Z=0 and varying C=2,3,4,5 shows period doubling and transition to chaotic behavior
System Zoo Z104: Exponential delay from System Zoo 1 by Hartmut Bossel
System Zoo Z104: Exponential delay from System Zoo 1 by Hartmut Bossel
 System Zoo Z110: Logistic growth with stock-dependent harvest from System Zoo 1 by Hartmut Bossel

System Zoo Z110: Logistic growth with stock-dependent harvest from System Zoo 1 by Hartmut Bossel

System Zoo Z109: Logistic growth with constant harvest from System Zoo 1 by Hartmut Bossel
System Zoo Z109: Logistic growth with constant harvest from System Zoo 1 by Hartmut Bossel
System Zoo Z107: Infection dynamics from System Zoo 1 by Hartmut Bossel
System Zoo Z107: Infection dynamics from System Zoo 1 by Hartmut Bossel
 System Zoo Z109: Logistic growth with constant harvest from System Zoo 1 by Hartmut Bossel 
 Exercise 6 simulates a whale poplutation with a minimum reproductive capacity

System Zoo Z109: Logistic growth with constant harvest from System Zoo 1 by Hartmut Bossel

Exercise 6 simulates a whale poplutation with a minimum reproductive capacity

System Zoo Z111: Density-dependent growth (Michaelis-Menten) from System Zoo 1 by Hartmut Bossel
System Zoo Z111: Density-dependent growth (Michaelis-Menten) from System Zoo 1 by Hartmut Bossel
System Zoo Z409 Fishery dynamics from Hartmut Bossel (2007) System Zoo 2 Simulation Models. Climate, Ecosystems, Resources    Fishing is a classic example for use of a renewable resource. Unless overfished, fish populations If is hardly by fishing, then the fish population will persist at a constant
System Zoo Z409 Fishery dynamics from Hartmut Bossel (2007) System Zoo 2 Simulation Models. Climate, Ecosystems, Resources

Fishing is a classic example for use of a renewable resource. Unless overfished, fish populations If is hardly by fishing, then the fish population will persist at a constant size corresponding to its specific ecological envi­ ronment If the stock is overfished, the juvenile generation becomes too small to fully replace the adult generation. If overfishing continues. the population cannot recover and will collapse in short time. Even if fish catch stops now/, it could take decades until the fish population recovers to its original size if it hasn't become extinct meanwhile. In many of the world overtlshing has led, and still leads, to the complete collapse of formerly huge tlsh populations: herring in the North Sea, codtlsh in the Northern Atlantic. tuna, whales to name only a few. With the collapse of fish stocks came the collapse of the t1shing industry in many regions. Employment and
incomes disappeared: whole regions (like Newfoundland) lost their economic base.​
System Zoo Z108: Overloading a buffer from System Zoo 1 by Hartmut Bossel
System Zoo Z108: Overloading a buffer from System Zoo 1 by Hartmut Bossel
 System Zoo Z112: Double integration and exponential decay from System Zoo 1 by Hartmut Bossel

System Zoo Z112: Double integration and exponential decay from System Zoo 1 by Hartmut Bossel

 Attempting to outdo an opponent leads to escalation. A weaker response leads to De-escalation. A slightly more complex  form of  Insight 972 .  ​Z508 p36-38 System Zoo 3 by Hartmut Bossel.

Attempting to outdo an opponent leads to escalation. A weaker response leads to De-escalation. A slightly more complex  form of Insight 972.  ​Z508 p36-38 System Zoo 3 by Hartmut Bossel.

 System Zoo Z106: Simple population dynamics from System Zoo 1 by Hartmut Bossel

System Zoo Z106: Simple population dynamics from System Zoo 1 by Hartmut Bossel