Hydrobiological Modelling

Hydrobiological Modelling

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The book describes models of aquatic ecosystems, ranging from lakes to estuaries to the deep ocean. It provides a background in the physical and biological processes, numerical methods and elementary ecosystem models. It describes two of the most widely used hydrodynamic models and presents a number of case studies. The practice of modelling in management is discussed.Numerical methods for ordinary differential equations in the 20th century. Journal of Computational andAppliedMathematics 125: p 1-29. Butterwick, C., S.I. Heaney, and J.F. Talling. 2005. Diversity in the influence of ... In ICES zooplankton methodology manual, R.P. Harris, et al., Editors, Academic: San Diego. p 571-667. Carlotti, F. and K.-U. Wolf. ... New York. p 19-58. Caswell, H. and R.J. Etter. 1993.

Title:Hydrobiological Modelling
Author: Brian J. Williams
Publisher:Lulu.com - 2006

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