2 edition of State-of-the-art in ecological modelling found in the catalog.
State-of-the-art in ecological modelling
Conference on Ecological Modelling (1978 Copenhagen, Denmark)
|Other titles||International Conference on the State-of-the-art in Ecological Modelling.|
|Statement||editor : S.E. Jørgensen.|
|Series||Environmental sciences and applications -- 7|
|Contributions||Jørgensen, Sven Erik.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 891 p. :|
|Number of Pages||891|
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State-of-the-Art in Ecological Modelling covers the proceedings of the Conference on Ecological Modeling, held in Copenhagen, Denmark from August 28 to September 2, The book focuses on ecological modeling, particularly prey-predator models, lake and river models, toxic substances models, and holistic approaches to ecological modeling.
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