Environmental Modeling & Assessment
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Environmental Modeling & Assessment strives to achieve this by publishing high quality papers that may be regarded as either instances of best practice, or as studies that advance the evolution and applicability of the theories and techniques of modeling and assessment. Consequently, Environmental Modeling & Assessment will publish high quality papers on all aspects of environmental problems that contain a significant quantitative modeling or analytic component, interpreted broadly. In particular, we are interested both in detailed scientific models of specific environmental problems and in large scale models of the global environment.
We invite models of environmental problems and phenomena that utilise, in an original way, the techniques of ordinary and partial differential equations, simulation, statistics and applied probability, control theory, operations research, mathematical economics, and game theory. Emphasis will be placed on the novelty of the model, the environmental relevance of the problem, and the generic applicability of the techniques used. Generally, papers should be written in a manner that is accessible to a wide interdisciplinary audience.
However, Environmental Modeling & Assessment will also provide a forum where researchers can publish a complete mathematical description of important environmental models together with the accompanying analysis and underlying assumptions. Occasionally, papers that are primarily theoretical will be accepted, provided that the results deliver conceptual insight into some environmental problem.
Jerzy A. Filar
University of South Australia, Mawson Lakes, Australia
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