Introduction to the Modelling of Marine Ecosystems

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  • Author : W. Fennel
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 308 pages
  • ISBN : 008053497X
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Introduction to the Modelling of Marine Ecosystems

Introduction to the Modelling of Marine Ecosystems
  • Author : W. Fennel,T. Neumann
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 24 August 2004
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Modelling of marine ecosystems is a rapidly developing branch of interdisciplinary oceanographic research. Introduction to the Modelling of Marine Ecosystems is the first consistent and comprehensive introduction to the development of models of marine ecosystems. It begins with simple first steps of modelling and develops more and more complex models. This step-by-step approach to increasing the complexity of the models is intended to allow students of biological oceanography and interested scientists with only limited experience in mathematical modelling to explore

Introduction to the Modelling of Marine Ecosystems

Introduction to the Modelling of Marine Ecosystems
  • Author : W. Fennel,T. Neumann
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 18 September 2014
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Introduction to the Modelling of Marine Ecosystems, Second Edition provides foundational information on the construction of chemical and biological models – from simple cases to more complex biogeochemical models and life cycle resolving model components. This step-by-step approach to increasing the complexity of the models allows readers to explore the theoretical framework and become familiar with the models even when they have limited experience in mathematical modeling. Introduction to the Modelling of Marine Ecosystems shows how biological model components can be

Introduction to the Modelling of Marine Ecosystems

Introduction to the Modelling of Marine Ecosystems
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  • Release : 19 January 2022
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Modelling of marine ecosystems is a rapidly developing branch of interdisciplinary oceanographic research. Introduction to the Modelling of Marine Ecosystems is the first consistent and comprehensive introduction to the development of models of marine ecosystems. It begins with simple first steps of modelling and develops more and more complex models. This step-by-step approach to increasing the complexity of the models is intended to allow students of biological oceanography and interested scientists with only limited experience in mathematical modelling to explore

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  • Publisher : OUP Oxford
  • Release : 19 May 2005
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