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Handbook of Ecological Models used in Ecosystem and Environmental Management

Edited By: Sven Erik Jorgensen
620 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: CRC Press
Handbook of Ecological Models used in Ecosystem and Environmental Management
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Written to help researchers and environmental managers tackle environmental problems, this book presents models as reference points for specific plans of action. The first part of the book focuses on the type of ecosystem, while the second focuses on the different types of environmental problems. Beginning chapters presents available models for every ecosystem in the world and are followed by models of relevant environmental problems. The author explains which models to use in particular situations. Areas covered include lakes, estuaries, and rivers. Environmental problems covered include oxygen depletion, species diversity, and ground water pollution.

Contents

Models of Ecosystems
- Introduction, S.E. Jorgensen
- Lake Models, S.E. Jorgensen
- Estuary Ecosystem Models, I. Martins and J.C. Marques
- Models of Rivers and Streams, S.E. Jorgensen
- Models of Coral Reefs, S.E. Jorgensen
- Models of Forest Ecosystems, S.E. Jorgensen
- Grassland Simulation Models: A Synthesis of Current Models and Future Challenges, D.P.C. Peters
- Agricultural Systems, S. Hansen, Per Abrahamsen, and M. Styczen
- Aquaculture Systems, B.D. L#pez
- Models of Wetlands, S.E. Jorgensen
- Wastewater Systems, K.V. Gernaey, I. Nopens, G. Sin, and U. Jeppsson

Models of Environmental Problems
- Eutrophication Models, S.E. Jorgensen
- Modeling Oxygen Depletion in a Lagunar System: The Ria de Aveiro, J.F. Lopes
- Models of Pollution by Heavy Metals, S.E. Jorgensen
- Models of Pharmaceuticals in the Environment, S.E. Jorgensen and B.H. Sorensen
- Models of Global Warming and the Impacts of Climate Changes on Ecosystems, S.E. Jorgensen
- Landscape-Scale Resource Management: Environmental Modeling and Land Use Optimization for Sustaining Ecosystem Services, R. Seppelt
- Simulation of Fire Spread Using Physics-Inspired and Chemistry- Based Mathematical Analogs, A. Muzy, D. Cancellieri, and D.R.C. Hill
- Air Pollution, K. Ganev
- Acidification, T. Navratil

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Edited By: Sven Erik Jorgensen
620 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: CRC Press
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