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Ecological Modeling (Environmental Science, Engineering and Technology)

by Wen-Jun Zhang

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 161324567X, Hardcover)

Ecological modelling is a fast growing science. More and more innovative methodologies and theories on ecological modelling are emerging around the world. This book presents models, methods and theories on ecological modelling. Topics discussed include artificial neural networks; individual-based modelling; ecological nich models; landscape and GIS modelling; population dynamics; nutritional ecology; remote sensing and decision support systems. This book reflects recent achievements of scientists in the study of ecological modelling.

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