4 edition of Perspectives on lake ecosystem modeling found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Lake ecosystem modeling.|
|Statement||edited by Donald Scavia, Andrew Robertson.|
|Contributions||Scavia, Donald., Robertson, Andrew, 1936-, Conference on Great Lakes Research, University of Michigan, 1977.|
|LC Classifications||QH541.5.L3 P47|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 326 p. :|
|Number of Pages||326|
|LC Control Number||77093388|
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Perspectives on lake ecosystem modeling. [Donald Scavia; Andrew Robertson;] -- Papers presented at a special symposium held at the 20th Conference on Great Lakes Research at the University of Michigan in Hailong Zhou, Xiaoping Diao, in Encyclopedia of Ecology (Second Edition), Ecosystems.
Ecosystem-level studies vary widely in their spatial and temporal scales. Often ecosystem modeling techniques are applied to an easily definable ecosystem such as a contaminated lake or watershed.
Fate and movement of contaminants are then modeled by computer or measured in extensive. A derivative of the Encyclopedia of Inland Waters, Lake Ecosystem Ecology examines the workings of the lake and reservoir ecosystems of our planet.
Information and perspectives crucial to the understanding and management of current environmental problems are covered, such as eutrophication, acid rain and climate change. Scavia D, Robertson A () Perspectives on lake ecosystem modeling. Ann Arbor Science, Ann Arbor, Michigan Google Scholar Steele JH, Henderson EW () Modeling long-term fluctuations in Cited by: 2.
A derivative of the Encyclopedia of Inland Waters, Lake Ecosystem Ecology examines the workings of the lake and reservoir ecosystems of our planet. Information and perspectives crucial to the understanding and management of current environmental problems are covered, such as eutrophication, acid rain and climate cturer: Academic Press.
The book opens with an overview of the status and role of modeling in ecosystem science, including perspectives on the long-running debate over the appropriate level of complexity in models. This is followed by eight chapters that address the critical issue of evaluating ecosystem models, including methods of addressing uncertainty.
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It covers the older biogeochemical models still in use today, structurally dynamic models, 3D models, biophysical models, entire. ; Jackson et al., ). Due to the high complexity in linking lake-wetland structures, processes, functions to services and analyzing the interactions among multiple ecosystem services, the application of most existing models in evaluating LWES is in early development.
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In chapter 1, we talked about how social work theory helps us to explain human experience and how people and their environments change. It offers basic information on how well the bacterial community composition varies along the spatio-temporal and trophic gradients along with the evaluation of the bioindicator species of bacteria so as to act as a key to predict the trophic status of lake ecosystems.
The book helps to identify the factors of potential importance in structuring. Changes in the Lake Erie ecosystem: a modeling perspective. None Koonce JF: Koonce JF. Changes in the Lake Erie ecosystem: a modeling perspective. Presented at the Case Western Reserve University, Department of Biology, October 2, R (Final) not available: Presentation.
A large number and wide variety of lake ecosystem models have been developed and published during the past four decades, indicating the strong interest in capturing in a model the essential processes in lake ecosystems (e.g., Jørgensen ).The scientific interest in understanding fundamental processes in lake ecosystems can be traced back to the seminal paper by Forbes on the lake.
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Model results for Lake Beyşehir, the largest freshwater lake in Turkey, suggest. Indeed, most ecologists have sought out rather pristine or remote areas for study, rather than those which include humans. This book brings together a stimulating mix of disciplines to highlight and evaluate these problems, as well as the opportunities of including humans as integral components in studies of "natural- ecosystems.
Hobbs BF. Modeling and multiobjective risk decision tools for assessment and management of the Lake Erie ecosystem. Presented at the Lake Erie Modeling Summit, Windsor, Ontario, SeptemberR (Final) not available: Presentation.Modeling Ecosystems Energy Flow: Ecological Pyramids.
The structure of ecosystems can be visualized with ecological pyramids, which were first described by the pioneering studies of Charles Elton in the s. Ecological pyramids show the relative amounts of various parameters (such as number of organisms, energy, and biomass) across trophic.A simulation model is an ecosystem model that is created using complex computer algorithms to holistically model ecosystems and to predict the effects of environmental disturbances on ecosystem structure and dynamics.
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