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ENVIRONMENTAL MODELING WITH GIS  1993
Edited By
Michael F. Goodchild
Bradley O. Parks
Louis T. Steyaert

1. Environmental research: what we must do

2. The state of GIS for environmental problem-solving

3. A perspective on the state of environmental simulation

4. The need for integration

5. GIS and environmental modeling

6. The role of software venders in integrating GIS and environmental modeling

7. Cartographic modeling: the analytical capabilities of GIS

8. Understanding the scope of GIS: its relationship to environmental modeling

9. Data models and data quality: problems and prospects

10. Atmospheric modeling and its spatial representation of land surface 
    characteristics

11. An approach to bridge the gap between microscale land-surface
    processes and synoptic-scale meteorological conditions using
    atmospheric models and GIS: potential for applications in agriculture.

12. Land surface data: global climate modeling requirements.

13. Regional air quality and acid deposition modeling and the role for
    visualization.

14. GIS and hydrological modeling

15. Integrated use of a GIS and three-dimensional, finite-element model: 
    San Gabriel Basin groundwater flow analyses

16. Modeling the effects of climate change on the water resources in the
    Gunnison River Basin, Colorado.

17. Linkage of a GIS to a distributed rainfall-runoff model.

18. Graphical innovations in surface water flow analysis.

19. GIS and land-surface-subsurface modeling.

20. A spatial decision support system for modeling and managing
    agricultural non-point-source pollution.

21. Use of 3D geographic information systems in hazardous waste site
    investigations.

22. Spatial models of ecological systems and processes: the role of 
    GIS.

23. Integrating a forest growth model with a geographic information 
    system.

24. Combining ecological modeling, GIS and expert systems: a case
    study of regional fish species richness model

25. Introduction to quantitative methods and modeling in community, 
    population, and landscape ecology./

26. Spatial interactive models of atmosphere-ecosystem coupling.

27. A brief review of the simple biosphere model.

28. Regional hydroecological simulation system: an illustration of
    the integration of ecosystem models in a GIS.

29. Simulation of rangeland production: future applications in systems
    ecology.

30. GIS and risk: a three-culture problem.

31. Spatial analysis in GIS for natural hazard assessment.

32. The use of GIS in assessing exposure and remedial alternatives at
    superfund sites.

33. U.S. EPA region 6 comparative risk project: evaluating ecological
    risk. 

34. Models, facts and the policy process: the political ecology of 
    estimated truth.

35. Spatial databases: sources and issues.

36. What is a scientific database? design considerations for global 
    characterization in the NOAA-EPA Global Ecosystems Database Project.

37. Experimental AVHRR land data sets for environmental monitoring and
    modeling.

38. Digital soils databases for the United States

39. Development of a continent-wide DEM with applications to terrain
    and climate analysis.

40. Spatial statistical analysis of environmental and ecological data.

41. Geostatistics: a tool for environmental modelers.

42. Explanatory models for ecological response surfaces.

43. Spatial simulation: environmental applications.

44. GRASS used in the geostatistical analysis of lakewater data from
    the eastern lake survey, phase I.

45. Universal kriging for ecological data.

46. Discrete space autoregressive models.

47. Probability sampling and population inference in monitoring programs.


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