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Computer simulation allows for the experimental study of dynamic interactions between human behavior and complex environmental systems. Behavioral determinants and processes as identified in social-scientific theory may be formalized in simulated agents to obtain a better understanding of man-environment interactions and of policy measures aimed at managing these interactions. A number of exemplary agent-based simulation studies is discussed to demonstrate how simu- lations can be used todoi:10.1111/j.1540-4560.2007.00498.x fatcat:uckmg4ly75fzrcjmrjjcnha4l4