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AQUATOX Release 2 modeling environmental fate and ecological effects in aquatic ecosystemsvolume 1user s manual


AQUATOX  Release 2  modeling environmental fate and ecological effects in aquatic ecosystemsvolume 1user s manual
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  • Publisher : DIANE Publishing
  • Release : 2004
  • ISBN : 9781428904743
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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AQUATOX for Windows


AQUATOX for Windows
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  • Publisher : DIANE Publishing
  • Release : 2001
  • ISBN : 9781428905726
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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AQUATOX


AQUATOX
  • Author : Dick Park
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 2021-04-15
  • ISBN : 0128202890
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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AQUATOX: Modelling Environmental Risk and Damage Assessment in Aquatic Ecosystems is a new volume in the series: Developments in Environmental Modelling. This volume provide one single source for all AQUATOX applications with basic equations, applications and examples of how the model has been implemented in various aquatic habitats (riverine, lacustrine and estuarine). This will address the needs of the model practitioner and the book will provide a comprehensive reference source for AQUATOX model applications. It also can be used as the basis of an ecological modelling course at the graduate level and used to teach various levels of modelling concepts. Throughout the text, chapter headings are organized so users can understand the model building process, the included state variables and components, and this is then followed up using case studies as examples for additional applications for a similar problem. The actual study files will be available to accompany the case studies, so readers can assemble and calibrate their own AQUATOX applications. Includes a detailed description of AQUATOX equations for researchers and practitioners (including regulatory agencies) Highlights study files and description of implementation and data to use as a starting point for new study applications Explores case studies of various sample applications and how specific problems are approached, including eutrophication issues in lakes and streams and natural resource damages in Estuarine Areas

Ecological Modeling in Risk Assessment


Ecological Modeling in Risk Assessment
  • Author : Robert A. Pastorok
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 2016-04-19
  • ISBN : 9781420032321
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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Toxic chemicals can exert effects on all levels of the biological hierarchy, from cells to organs to organisms to populations to entire ecosystems. However, most risk assessment models express their results in terms of effects on individual organisms, without corresponding information on how populations, groups of species, or whole ecosystems may respond to chemical stressors. Ecological Modeling in Risk Assessment: Chemical Effects on Populations, Ecosystems, and Landscapes takes a new approach by compiling and evaluating models that can be used in assessing risk at the population, ecosystem, and landscape levels. The authors give an overview of the current process of ecological risk assessment for toxic chemicals and of how modeling of populations, ecosystems, and landscapes could improve the status quo. They present a classification of ecological models and explain the differences between population, ecosystem, landscape, and toxicity-extrapolation models. The authors describe the model evaluation process and define evaluation criteria. Finally, the results of the model evaluations are presented in a concise format with recommendations on modeling approaches to use now and develop further. The authors present and evaluate various models on the basis of their realism and complexity, prediction of relevant assessment endpoints, treatment of uncertainty, regulatory acceptance, resource efficiency, and other criteria. They provide models that will improve the ecological relevance of risk assessments and make data collection more cost-effective. Ecological Modeling in Risk Assessment serves as a reference for selecting and applying the best models when performing a risk assessment.

AQUATOX Release 2 modeling environmental fate and ecological effects in aquatic ecosystemsvolume 2technical documentation


AQUATOX  Release 2  modeling environmental fate and ecological effects in aquatic ecosystemsvolume 2technical documentation
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  • ISBN : 9781428904750
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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