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Spatial Modelling of the Terrestrial Environment

Spatial Modelling of the Terrestrial Environment by Richard E.J. Kelly
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Understanding and predicting the behaviour of natural and human environmental systems is crucial for the effective management of the Earth’s limited resources. Recently, great advances have been made through spatial modelling. This book provides a snapshot of the latest research in modelling technologies and methodologies within five environmental fields; the cryosphere, hydrology, geomorphology, vegetation interfaces and urban environments.

Spatial Modelling of the Terrestrial Environment deals with the use of remote sensing, numerical models and GIS in addressing important natural and human environmental sciences issues, focusing on the theory and application of modelling remotely sensed data within the context of environmental processes. Extensive case material exemplifies the latest research and modelling paradigms presented in the book.

Wiley; October 2004
300 pages; ISBN 9780470093993
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Title: Spatial Modelling of the Terrestrial Environment
Author: Richard E.J. Kelly; Nicholas A. Drake; Stuart L. Barr
 
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