INTEGRATION AND COMPUTATION IN AN ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY

J.B. Hinwood, J.E. Watson, D.M. Burrage

Abstract


A high level of integration of disciplines and use of a centralised computer data base and programming system were seen to offer advantages in a study of the marine and coastal environment of the Port Melbourne Authority. These goals were only partially attained but the effort was well worthwhile.

Keywords


environmental study; environmental integration; environmental computation

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