Advantages of concurrent use of multiple software frameworks in water quality modelling using a database approach

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Contributors

  • L. P. A. vanGerven - (Author)
  • R. J. Brederveld - (Author)
  • J. J. M. de Klein - (Author)
  • D. L. DeAngelis - (Author)
  • A. S. Downing - (Author)
  • M. Faber - (Author)
  • D. J. Gerla - (Author)
  • J. tHoen - (Author)
  • J. H. Janse - (Author)
  • A. B. G. Janssen - (Author)
  • M. Jeuken - (Author)
  • B. W. Kooi - (Author)
  • J. J. Kuiper - (Author)
  • B. Lischke - (Author)
  • S. Liu - (Author)
  • T. Petzoldt - , Chair of Limnology, Institute of Hydrobiology (Author)
  • S. A. Schep - (Author)
  • S. Teurlincx - (Author)
  • C. Thiange - (Author)
  • D. Trolle - (Author)
  • E. H. van Nes - (Author)
  • W. M. Mooij - (Author)

Details

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)5-20
Number of pages16
JournalFundamental and applied limnology
Publication statusPublished - 2015
Peer-reviewedYes

External IDs

Scopus 84924858843

Keywords

Research priority areas of TU Dresden

ASJC Scopus subject areas

    Keywords

    • ACSL, database approach to modelling, DATM, DELWAQ, differential equations, DUFLOW, GRIND, model analysis, model implementation, modelling framework, OSIRIS, R, community-based modelling, PCditch, PCLake