By: C Muller
354 pages, Figs
Illustrates how even complex problems in the relationship between soil and the biosphere can be solved using modelling packages.
"Muller (applied microbiology, Justus-Liebig U., Giessen, Germany) shows how even complex problems in the many interactions between soil and the biosphere can be solved using computer modelling packages, using as his example the commercial ModelMaker package. He writes primarily for graduate and advanced undergraduate students in natural sciences, but also for scientists who want to understand and apply mathematical descriptions to specific problems in their own field of research; he assumes only basic mathematical skills, and the package requires no formal programming skills."--SciTech Book News
"Modelling Soil-Biosphere Interactions is a well written, logically organized, clear presentation of the application of modeling techniques to soil bioogical practicesThe treatise will provide good service as a reference text in advanced undergraduate or graduate soil process, biology, or microbiology courses."--Soil Science
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