Volume 16, Number 1, 2001
, David S. Moon
: A coupled model of water, heat and mass transfer using object orientation to improve flexibility and functionality.
Volume 16, Number 2, March 2001
: Sharing the costs of maintaining environmental resources: a comparison of different programmes.
: Environmental regulation and financial structure in an oligopoly supergame.
: The Environmental Kuznets Curve: development path or policy result?
Volume 16, Number 3, April 2001
, Yaping Shao
: Toward quantitative prediction of dust storms: an integrated wind erosion modelling system and its applications.
, Allan P. Dale
: JavaAHP: a web-based decision analysis tool for natural resource and environmental management.
: Synthesis of short-term time-series of daily averaged surface pressure on Mars.
Volume 16, Number 4, June 2001
A. P. Dimitrakopoulos
: PYROSTAT -- a computer program for forest fire data inventory and analysis in Mediterranean countries.
: Hierarchical dynamic programming and applications in ecosystem management.
Volume 16, Number 5, July 2001
David A. Swayne
: Design Principles for Environmental Information Systems.
: Integrating heterogeneous systems using meta information networks.
Volume 16, Number 6, September 2001
: Political lobbying and the choice of environmental policy instruments.
, C. R. McKenzie
: An event study of environmentally conscious shareholders in the Japanese power industry.
, T. Saijo
: Designing GHG emissions trading institutions in the Kyoto protocol: an experimental approach.
, N. Hanley
: Modelling sustainable development: systems dynamic and input-ouput approaches.
Volume 16, Number 7, November 2001
J. T. Croton
, D. A. Barry
: WEC-C: a distributed, deterministic catchment model -- theory, formulation and testing.
J. T. Croton
, M. A. Bari
: Using WEC-C, a distributed, deterministic catchment model, to simulate hydrologic responses to agricultural clearing.
Volume 16, Number 8, December 2001
: A generic model for assessing the effects of countermeasures to reduce the radionuclide contamination levels in abiotic components of fresh water systems and complex catchments.
B. P. McGrail
: Inverse reactive transport simulator (INVERTS): an inverse model for contaminant transport with nonlinear adsorption and source terms.
: Justified design evaluation for percentile standards.
: A one-dimensional dynamical soil-atmosphere tritiated water transport model.
Claire H. Jarvis
: GEO_BUG: a geographical modelling environment for assessing the likelihood of pest development.