Uncertainties in Environmental Modelling and Consequences for Policy Making
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Mathematical modelling has become in recent years an essential tool for the prediction of environmental change and for the development of sustainable policies. Yet, many of the uncertainties associated with modelling efforts appear poorly understood by many, especially by policy makers. This book attempts for the first time to cover the full range of issues related to model uncertainties, from the subjectivity of setting up a conceptual model of a given system, all the way to communicating the nature of model uncertainties to non-scientists and accounting for model uncertainties in policy decisions. Theoretical chapters, providing background information on specific steps in the modelling process and in the adoption of models by end-users, are complemented by illustrative case studies dealing with soils and global climate change. All the chapters are authored by recognized experts in their respective disciplines, and provide a timely and uniquely comprehensive coverage of an important field.
Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute on Uncertainties in Environmental Modeling and Consequences for Policy Making
30 September - 11 October 2007
Redaktor Philippe Baveye
Redaktor Magdeline Laba
Redaktor Jaroslav Mysiak
Data premiery rynkowej 04.04.2011
Liczba stron 401
Product type Książka w miękkiej okładce
Wielkość 235 x 155 x 155 mm
Ciężar produktu 1310 g