Environmental Modelling and Simulation    (EMS 2007)

August 20 – 22, 2007
Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
Editor(s): J. Wilson
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Track Agriculture and Ecology FreeSubscription
579-010 Determining the Best Harvesting Practices for the South African Sugar Supply Chain, using Simulation
B.C. McDonald and E. Dube (South Africa)
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579-039 Simulating Bird Migration using Satellites and Biophysics
J.A. Smith and J.L. Deppe (USA)
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579-042 Ecological Fingerprinting as Data Visualization: Phyloclimatic Patterns within a Group of South American Beetles
R.S. Hanley, A.P. Kirilenko, and S. Chatzimanolis (USA)
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579-044 GHGFarm - A Software Tool to Estimate and Reduce Net-Greenhouse Gas Emission from Farms in Canada
N.K. Newlands (Canada)
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579-047 Understanding Environmental Factors Associated with Cyanobacterial Bloom
S. Wongsai and K. Luo (Australia)
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579-050 Population Fluctuations and Food Web Complexity in Model Ecosystems
X. Chen (Canada)
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579-051 Distributional Modeling of Cattails Across North America with Emphasis on the Northern Great Plains
S. Laguette, R.S. Hanley, and A.P. Kirilenko (USA)
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579-053 Using Multiple Methods to Predict Climate Change Impacts on Bumblebees in North America
A.P. Kirilenko and R.S. Hanley (USA)
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Track Wastewater and Pollution FreeSubscription
579-009 Compartmental Anaerobic Baffled Reactor Kinetic Model for Treatment of Dilute Aircraft Deicing Fluid
J. Marin, K.J. Kennedy, C. Eskicioglu, and M.F. Hamoda (Canada)
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579-014 Mortality Analysis in Relation with Weather and Air Pollution using the Compound Neural Network Model
J.S. Koo, H. Guesgen, J. Warren, and P. Riddle (New Zealand)
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579-020 Simulation of Simultaneous Nitrification-Denitrification using Activated Sludge Model No. 1
B.S. Magbanua Jr., A. Dey, C.K. Monwuba, J.L. Hillabrand, and O. Barnes (USA)
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579-026 Probabilistic Modeling of Carbon and Nitrogen Removal during Wastewater Treatment using Activated Sludge Model No.1
B.S. Magbanua Jr. (USA)
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579-045 Thermo-Consolidation due to a Point Heat Source Buried in a Poroelastic Half Space
J.C.-C. Lu and F.-T. Lin (Taiwan)
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579-048 Modelling the Fate of Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDEs) during the Municipal Sewage Treatment Process
K.N. McPhedran and R. Seth (Canada)
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579-801 Mathematical Modelling of Crude Oil-Contaminated Soil Washing Process using Rhodococcus-Biosurfactant
M.S. Kuyukina, I.B. Ivshina, M.A. Osipenko, O.A. Korostina, and Y.I. Nyashin (Russia)
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Track Water and Geographical Modelling FreeSubscription
579-007 3D Flow and Sediment Transport Modeling in Curved Channels
M.A. Mekonnen and B. Dargahi (Sweden)
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579-011 Simulation of 3D Flow in a Fish-Bone-Type Fishway
W.-Y. Chang, L.-C. Lee, H.-C. Lien, F.-P. Lin, W.-F. Tsai, J.-S. Lai, and Y.-C. Tan (Taiwan)
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579-012 Improving Access to Precipitation Data for GIS Users: Designing for Ease of Use
E.F. Stocker and O.A. Kelley (USA)
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579-013 WINDAM: Modules to Analyze Overtopping of Earth Embankment Dams
M.L. Neilsen, D.M. Temple, and G.J. Hanson (USA)
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579-019 Measurement and Simulation of Turbidity Current in the Tsengwen Reservoir
J.-S. Lai, F.-Z. Lee, Y.-C. Tan, L.-C. Lee, W.-Y. Chang, H.-C. Lien, and C.-H. Wu (Taiwan)
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579-021 Towards Real-Time Feature Level Spatial Data Sharing based on Geospatial Semantic Web Services
C. Zhang (USA)
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579-027 Modeling Nitrogen and Water Dynamics in Rice-Wheat Rotations
Q. Jing (PRC), H. Hengsdijk, and H. van Keulen (The Netherlands)
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579-038 Cascade or Domino Effects in Flood Impact Analysis in GIS
. Sivertun and V. Vaghani (Sweden)
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579-041 Potential Impact of Tailings Pond on Crop and Forest Production
S. Czaban, W. Fialkiewicz, and C. Kabala (Poland)
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The relevant topics for this conference include, but are not limited to the following: Modelling and Simulation - * Atmosphere * Mobile Source Emissions * Climate * Ecosystems * Land Use * Hydrology * Agriculture * Terrain Analysis * Meteorology * Earth Systems * Terrestrial Ecosystems * Species Distribution * River Engineering * Climate Change * Geometrics * Waste Processing * Greenhouse Gases; Technologies and Tools - * 3D Data Modelling and Visualization * Assessment * Natural Resource Management * Automation and Information Technologies * Satellite Data * Signal and Image Processing * Remote Sensing * Data and Web Mining * Monitoring * Membrane Technologies * Database Management * Geographic Information Systems * Water and Wastewater Management * Information Systems * Collaborative Learning Tools * Statistics * Geostatistics * Machine Learning Algorithms * Neural Networks.

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