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Edited by A.T. Riddick, H. Kessler and J.R.A. Giles
The capability to produce integrated environmental models by coupling together existing models allows researchers to contribute to key challenges affecting the environment, such as climate change. The volume explores a number of aspects of this technology - the vision of leading proponents, application to practical problems, development of enabling software and the challenges to be faced.
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By Mike Leeder & Joy Lawlor
Published by Dunedin
GeoBritannica concerns the geological legacy of Britain, an inheritance bequeathed by its bedrock to the peoples who have lived on the island for the eleven millennia since the final spasms of the last Ice Ages. The authors explain the geological diversity of the landscape and the raw materials that it provides.
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