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GIS Based Chemical Fate Modeling : Principles and Applications

Category: Pollution & Threats To The Environment
Autor: Alberto Pistocchi
Editor: -
Rating: 4.1 of 5 stars
Counts: 3865
Original Format: Hardback
Download Formats: PDF, RTF, ePub, CHM, MP3
Publication date: 15 Apr 2014
Publication City/Country: New York United States
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
Language: English
ISBN: 1118059972
ISBN13: 9781118059975
Size - Weight: 215.9x 281.94x 27.94mm - 1, 474.17g
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Original Title: GIS Based Chemical Fate Modeling : Principles and Applications
Description:
This book covers the integration of chemical fate modeling for use in Geographic Information System (GIS) functions. It features a practical and hands-on approach that's intended for modelers preparing maps of chemical emissions, and creating landscape and climate properties within a GIS, while chemical fate calculations are performed using specialized model codes. A relevant part of the book also discusses data retrieval and processing as a basis for modeling. As such, the book offers a one-stop reference for practitioners who wish to integrate GIS with chemical modeling.