Part I: Enviromatics Introduction. Enviromatics: Environmental Information and Environmental Decision Support; R. Denzer. Part II: Environmental Issues. Will 'environmental' be replaced by 'extrasensory'?L. Morawska. Some Current Issues in Using Diffuse Large Datasets for Environmental Modelling in New Zealand; G. Mc Bride, et al. Part III: Environmental Information Systems Tools and Techniques. Self-Organising Maps for the Classification and Diagnosis of River Quality from Biological and Environmental Data; W. Walley, et al. Case Libraries and Information Theoretic Case Matching for Soil and Water Resources Management; S. Dorner, et al. A Distributed Architecture for Environmental Information Systems; M. Purvis, et al. Predicting Patterns in Spatial Ecology Using Neural Networks: Modelling Colonisation of New Zealand Fur Seals; C. Bradshaw, et al. Patterns of Use of Computer Support for Environmental Accreditation in Rural New Zealand; S. Mann, et al. B-Spline Surface Modelling with Adaptive de Boor Grids in Hydroinformatics; C. Lichy, et al. What Would a Reusable Meteorology Component for Environmental Models Look Like? C. Maul. The Use of UML for Model Design and Scientific Software Development; C. Maul. Part IV: Environmental Information Systems Implementations. Integration of Remote Data Into Water Resources Simulation Software: Now or Never? R. Argent. An EIS Called WuNDa; R. Guttler, et al. A Computer-Based Emission Inventory; G. Schimak, et al. Soil Quality Indicators on 5he World Wide Web; L. Lilburne, et al. BUBI: An interactive Water Utility Benchmarking Website; A. Jolma, et al. Teaching EIS Development - The EU Canada Curriculum on Environmental Informatics; D. Swayne, et al. Broad-Scale Land Condition Monitoring using Landsat TM and DEM-Derived Data; F. Evans, et al. Part V: Environmental Decision Support Systems. WWW Technology based Hydrological Information and Decision Support System; V. Keskisarja, et al. Lessons from an Environmental Information System Developed to Select a Radioactive Waste Disposal Site; S. Veitch. Water Quality Model Integration in a Decision Support System; L. Leon, et al. Integrated Assessments of River Health using Dcision Support Software; W. Young, et al. Assessment of Ecological Responses to Environmental Flow Regimes using a Decision Support System Framework; W. Booty, et al. Which Buttons and Bars? An Exercise in Community Participation in Decision Support Software Development; S. Cuddy, et al. Integration of Environmental Management into Production Organization and Information Systems; R. Pillep, et al. A Decision Support System for Real-Time Management of Water Quality in the San Joaquin River, California; N. Quinn. Part VI: Special Topics. Environmental Software Systems in Water Resources: Problems and Approaches Workshop Report; R. Argent. Environmental Decision Support Systems: Exactly What Are They? Workshop Report; D. Swayne, et al.