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Advances in Computational Environment Science

Selected papers from 2012 International Conference on Environment Science (ICES 2012), Australia, Melbourne, 15‐16 January, 2012

Lee, Gary (Ed.)

2012, XII, 392p. 186 illus., 113 illus. in color.

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  • Latest research on Environment Science
  • Selected papers from from 2012 International Conference on Environment Science (ICES 2012), Australia, Melbourne, 15‐16 January, 2012
  • Written by leading experts in the field

2012 International Conference on Environment Science and 2012 International Conference on Computer Science (ICES 2012/ICCS 2012) will be held in Australia, Melbourne, 15‐16 March, 2012.Volume 1 contains some new results in computational environment science. There are 47 papers were selected as the regular paper in this volume. It contains the latest developments and reflects the experience of many researchers working in different environments (universities, research centers or even industries), publishing new theories and solving new technological problems on computational environment science.


The purpose of volume 1 is interconnection of diverse scientific fields, the cultivation of every possible scientific collaboration, the exchange of views and the promotion of new research targets as well as the further dissemination, the dispersion, the diffusion of the environment science, including but not limited to Ecology, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Soil Science, Geology, Atmospheric Science and Geography


We are sure that the efforts of the authors as well as the reviewers to provide high level contributions will be appreciated by the relevant scientific community. We are convinced that presented volume will be a source of knowledge and inspiration for all academic members, researchers and practitioners working in a field of the topic covered by the book.


Content Level » Research

Keywords » Ecosystems Management - Global Environmental Change - Graphic and Image Processing - Intelligent Computing - Remote Sensing - Spatial Information System

Related subjects » Computational Intelligence and Complexity - Earth Sciences & Geography

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From the content: A Case Study of Karstic Collapse Columns Delimitation in Coal Mine by GIS Spatial Analysis.- Development Trend of the Coal Bed Exploration Type Division.- Water Abundance Forecast Study of Sandstone Aquifers in the No.1 Coal Seam’s Roof in the Second Section of Jiyang Coal Mine.- Field observations of seabed scours around a submarine pipeline on cohesive bed.- Test the Effectiveness of China Securities Regulatory Commission Approach to Regulate China’s Stock Markets.- Research and Development of Poyang Lake Hydrodynamic Modeling System Based on MapWinGIS.- Extraction of Geographical Attribute-Values in Natural Language Text.- Absorption property of non-algal particles and contribution to total light absorption in optically complex waters, a case study in Yangtze Estuary and adjacent Coast.

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