Hydrobiological Modelling

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Lulu.com, 2006 - Всего страниц: 680
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.
 

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Title 2 The physics of natural waters
33
Title 3 Mathematical models of fluid motion
63
Title 4 Sediment physics and wind waves
119
Title 5 Stratification and mixing processes
171
Title 6 Numerical solution of differential equations
197
Title 7 One dimensional river flow computations
269
Title 8 Computational grid generation
287
Title 9 Simulation of depthintegrated twodimensional flows
299
Title 13 Aquatic ecosystems
405
Title 14 Elements and behaviour of mathematical ecosystem models
465
Title 15 Hydrobiological models history and examples
529
structuring and estimation
597
Title 17 Modelling of lakes and estuaries for management
615
Title A Some notes on plotting with MATLAB
639
Title B Calculus DEs Fourier analysis vectors tensors norms etc
647
Title C Boundary layers a quick summary
655

Title 10 Computation of three dimensional hydrodynamics and transport
319
Title 11 Modelling transport scales and aggregation
367
Title 12 A brief summary of some important ecological concepts
387
Title D Notes on the dynamics of systems of ODEs
663
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