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Inverse methods in global biogeochemical cycles / edited by Prasad Kasibhatla et al.

Contributor(s): Kasibhatla, Prasad | American Geophysical Union.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Geophysical monograph ; 114.Publisher: Washington, D.C. AGU, 1999Description: 324 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm + 1 computer laser optical disk.ISBN: 08759000976.ISSN: 0065-8448.Subject(s): BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES | MODELLING In: Geophysical monographSummary: This unique combination of tutorials and interdisciplinary research both advances self-learning and presents cutting-edge science. The latest developments in theory, use of inverse methods, and data assimiliation techniques complement tutorials on adjoint, Green's function, and Kalman filtering methods. An excellent reference for researchers and a valuable resource for advanced courses in biogeochemical cycle modeling, this multidisciplinary volume will appeal to a wide range of readers and expertise. Topics covered include carbon dioxide source/sink estimation, atmospheric chemistry, physical oceanography, ocean biogeochemistry, and satellite data mapping. Includes tutorial CD with exercises (requires MATLAB and Fortran - 77 or Fortran - 90).
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This unique combination of tutorials and interdisciplinary research both advances self-learning and presents cutting-edge science. The latest developments in theory, use of inverse methods, and data assimiliation techniques complement tutorials on adjoint, Green's function, and Kalman filtering methods. An excellent reference for researchers and a valuable resource for advanced courses in biogeochemical cycle modeling, this multidisciplinary volume will appeal to a wide range of readers and expertise. Topics covered include carbon dioxide source/sink estimation, atmospheric chemistry, physical oceanography, ocean biogeochemistry, and satellite data mapping. Includes tutorial CD with exercises (requires MATLAB and Fortran - 77 or Fortran - 90).

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