Environmental Modelling with GIS and Remote Sensing (Geographic Information Systems Workshop) Paperback – 14 Feb 2002
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Amazon.com: 2 reviews
J. G. Mendiola
Enviromental Modeling with GIS and Remote Sensing
12 September 2005 - Published on Amazon.com
2 people found this helpful.
This is not a lite reading book. It is however and excellent reference book one that I highly recommend for anyone's library interested in GIS, remote sensing and their applications - It covers the use of these relatively new tools within various scientific discliplnes, very useful and still up to date formulas, tables and charts and references for further investigation. Very technical and very applicable. Not recommended for everyone.
Great Reference for Beginners
30 October 2011 - Published on Amazon.com
This book covers the basics for modeling most aspects of the environment. Atmospheric modeling was absent, then again that is for more advanced students. This book is good for upper-level undergraduate students who wish to begin their own research and need a good beginning point. It explains different modeling types adequately, however does not delve into statistics (with the exception of Chapter 9, Hydrological Modeling, and it gives the basic equations found in most Hydrology texts. An excellent reference for beginning independent modelers.