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Peter H. Raven, Linda R. Berg and John V. Aliff, "Environment, 4th Edition".
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P. Legendre and L. Legendre, "Numerical Ecology (Developments in Environmental Modelling)".
—More information on Numerical Ecology (Developments in Environmental Modelling)

Graham F. Carey, "Finite Element Modeling of Environmental Problems: Surface and Subsurface Flow and Transport".
—More information on Finite Element Modeling of Environmental Problems: Surface and Subsurface Flow and Transport

J. Hardisty, D. M. Taylor and S. E. Metcalfe, "Computerised Environmetal Modelling : A Practical Introduction Using Excel (Principles and Techniques in the Environmental Sciences)".
—More information on Computerised Environmetal Modelling : A Practical Introduction Using Excel (Principles and Techniques in the Environmental Sciences)

Keith W. Hipel and A. Ian McLeod, "Time Series Modelling of Water Resources and Environmental Systems".
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William James, "Current Practices in Modelling the Management of Stormwater Impacts".
—More information on Current Practices in Modelling the Management of Stormwater Impacts

Allan Brimicombe, "GIS Environmental Modelling and Engineering".
—More information on GIS Environmental Modelling and Engineering

S. Zwerver and J. van Dam, "Interregional Air Pollution Modelling (Nato - Challenges of Modern Society)".
—More information on Interregional Air Pollution Modelling (Nato - Challenges of Modern Society)



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