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Title Integrated environmental modelling to solve real world problems : methods, vision and challenges / edited by A.T. Riddick, H. Kessler and J.R.A. Giles.

Published London : The Geological Society of London, 2017.

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Physical description 1 online resource : illustrations (black and white, and colour).
Series Geological Society special publication ; no. 408.
Geological Society special publication ; no. 408.
Notes Previously issued in print: 2017.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary The discipline of Integrated Environmental Modelling (IEM) has developed in order to solve complex environmental problems, for example understanding the impacts of climate change on the physical environment. IEM provides methods to fuse or link models together, this in turn requires facilities to make models discoverable and also to make the outputs of modelling easily visualized. The vision and challenges for IEM going forward are summarized by leading proponents. Several case studies describe the application of model fusion to a range of real-world problems including integrating groundwater and recharge models within the UK Environment Agency, and the development of 'catastrophe' models to predict better the impact of natural hazards.
Audience Specialized.
Notes Description based on online resource; title from home page (viewed on February 22, 2017).
Other author Riddick, A. T. (Andrew T.), editor.
Kessler, H. (Holger), editor.
Giles, J. R. A., editor.
Subject Ecology -- Mathematical models.
Earth sciences -- Mathematical models.
Environmental sciences -- Mathematical models.
Climatic changes.
ISBN 9781786202529 (ebook) No price