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Environmental Modeling: using MATLAB

By: Ekkehard Holzbecher

410 pages, 20 colour & 20 b/w illustrations


Hardback | Nov 2011 | Edition: 2 | #192671 | ISBN-13: 9783642220418
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About this book

For the second edition of "Environmental Modeling" the first edition was completely revised. Text and figures were adapted to the recent MATLAB version. Several chapters were extended. Correspondingly the index of MATLAB commands was extended considerably, which makes the book even more suitable to be used as a reference work by novices. Finally an introduction into numerical methods was added as a new chapter.

The book has two aims: to introduce basic concepts of environmental modelling and to facilitate the application of the concepts using modern numerical tools such as MATLAB. It is targeted at all natural scientists dealing with the environment: process and chemical engineers, physicists, chemists, biologists, biochemists, hydrogeologists, geochemists and ecologists. MATLAB was chosen as the major computer tool for modeling, firstly because it is unique in it's capabilities, and secondly because it is available in most academic institutions, in all universities and in the research departments of many companies.


Part I: Primer to Modeling with MATLAB

Fundamentals of Modeling, Principles and MATLAB
Transport Solutions
Transport with Decay and Degradation
Transport and Sorption
Transport and Kinetics
Transport and Equilibrium Reactions
Ordinary Differential Equations - Dynamical Systems
Parameter Estimation

Part II: Advanced Modelling using MATLAB

Flow Modeling
Groundwater Drawdown by Pumping
Aquifer Baseflow and 2D Meshing
Potential and Flow Visualization
Streamfunction and Complex Potential
2D and 3D Transport Solutions (Gaussian Puffs and Plumes)
Image Processing and Geo-referencing
Compartment Graphs and Linear Systems
Nonlinear Systems
Graphical User Interfaces
Numerical Methods - Finite Differences

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