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Is agent-based modelling an efficient approach for Arctic climate representation? - A surface energy balance model of Ny-˚Alesund
Articles/Book chapters, Publications
2016

In this paper is presented an agent-based model of the surface energy balance for a particular location in the Arctic, NY-˚Alesund. We used some...

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Using spatial statistics to identify emerging hot spots of forest loss
Articles/Book chapters, Publications
2016

As sources of data for global forest monitoring grow larger, more complex and numerous, data analysis and interpretation become critical...

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Planning for the renewable future - Long-term modelling and tools to expand variable renewable power in emerging economies
Articles/Book chapters, Evaluation tool, Report/Policy papers
2017

Spurred on by ambitious national commitments, international agreements and rapid technological progress, national governments are increasingly...

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Uncertainty evaluation in air quality planning decisions: a case study for Northern Italy
Articles/Book chapters, Publications
2016

In recent years, evaluating the robustness of environmental models results has become essential in order to effectively support decision makers to...

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Meeting future demand for drinking water supply in Dar es Salaam - Hydrological modelling of the Ruvu River and assessment of...
Publications, Report/Policy papers
2016

The city of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania requires significant new surface water resources if it is to meet Sustainable Development Goal 6. This study...

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Ecological-Economic Modeling for Biodiversity Management: Potential, Pitfalls, and Prospects
Articles/Book chapters, Publications
2006

Ecologists and economists both use models to help develop strategies for biodiversity management. The practical use of disciplinary models,...

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Extended statistical approaches to modelling spatial pattern in biodiversity in northeast New South Wales
Articles/Book chapters, Publications
2002

Statistical modelling of biological survey data in relation to remotely mapped environmental variables is a powerful technique for making more...

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Modelling biodiversity and land use: Urban growth, agriculture and nature in a wetland area
Articles/Book chapters, Publications
2004

Wherever human land use is located near sensitive natural areas, such as wetlands, it has significant impacts on biodiversity in those areas. Both...

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Biodiversity Modelling as Part of an Observation System
Articles/Book chapters
2016

Modelling provides an effective means of integrating the complementary strengths of biodiversity data derived from in situ observation versus...

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