||Simulation Modeling as a Means of Studying Large Aquatic Ecosystems.
Gorstko, A. B. ;
Dombrovsky, Y. A. ;
Matveyev, A. A. ;
Paul, J. F. ;
Richardson, W. L. ;
||Environmental Research Lab., Narragansett, RI. ;Rostov-on-Don State Univ. (USSR). Inst. of Mechanics and Applied Mathematics. ;Hydrochemical Inst., Rostov-on-Don (USSR).
Marine biology ;
Aquatic biology ;
Water pollution ;
Mathematical models ;
Sea of Azov ;
Lake Baikal ;
Ocean currents ;
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||The concept of simulation modeling of large aquatic ecosystems is discussed with special reference to a conceptual framework incorporating a series of sub-models. Practical applications of this technique are made to the Sea of Azov and Lake Baikal. One such application was the use of simulation techniques to predict the stock of omul populations in Lake Baikal. The results of this effort suggested that recommendations to increase omul harvest could be made. (Copyright (c) Internat. Assoc. Great Lakes Res., 1984.)
||Prepared in cooperation with Rostov-on-Don State Univ. (USSR). Inst. of Mechanics and Applied Mathematics and Hydrochemical Inst., Rostov-on-Don (USSR).
||Pub. in Jnl. of Great Lakes Research 10, n3 p240-244 1984.
|NTIS Title Notes
||Reprint: Simulation Modeling as a Means of Studying Large Aquatic Ecosystems.
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||8A; 6F; 6C; 68D; 47D; 57H; 57Z
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