- Author : Anonim
- Publsiher : DIANE Publishing
- Release : 08 March 2021
- ISBN : 1428904743
- Pages : 2 pages
- Rating : 4/5 from 21 ratings
AQUATOX: Modelling Environmental Risk and Damage Assessment in Aquatic Ecosystems is a new volume in the series: Developments in Environmental Modelling. This volume provide one single source for all AQUATOX applications with basic equations, applications and examples of how the model has been implemented in various aquatic habitats (riverine, lacustrine and estuarine). This will address the needs of the model practitioner and the book will provide a comprehensive reference source for AQUATOX model applications. It also can be used as
This document presents a detailed description of the technical enhancements in Release 2.2.
Toxic chemicals can exert effects on all levels of the biological hierarchy, from cells to organs to organisms to populations to entire ecosystems. However, most risk assessment models express their results in terms of effects on individual organisms, without corresponding information on how populations, groups of species, or whole ecosystems may respond to chemical stressors. Ecological Modeling in Risk Assessment: Chemical Effects on Populations, Ecosystems, and Landscapes takes a new approach by compiling and evaluating models that can be used
Describes a new aquatic ecosystem simulation model -- V. 1 discusses the usage of the model, v. 2 provides detailed documentation of the concepts of the model, and v. 3 presents three model validation studies performed for different environmental stressors and in different waterbody types.
Advanced Modelling Techniques Studying Global Changes in Environmental Sciences discusses the need for immediate and effective action, guided by a scientific understanding of ecosystem function, to alleviate current pressures on the environment. Research, especially in Ecological Modeling, is crucial to support the sustainable development paradigm, in which the economy, society, and the environment are integrated and positively reinforce each other. Content from this book is drawn from the 2013 conference of the International Society for Ecological Modeling (ISEM), an important and