Author index
A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z
 Nakagiri, N
 T. Togashi, A. Kaide, T. Miyazaki, T. Suzuki, N. Nakagiri, J. Yoshimura, J.L. Bartelt and P.A. Cox
Simulation of mating behavior of Gametes and the evolution of anisogamy in marine green algae: isogamy, slight anisogamy and marked anisogamy  T. Miyazaki, K. Takeya, T. Togashi, N. Nakagiri, T. Suzuki and J. Yoshimura
Effects of Ammonium concentration and dilution on the competition between the Cyanobacterium Microsystis Novacekii and the green alga Scenedesmus Quadricuada  Y. Itoh, S. Gotoh, N. Nakagiri, T. Sakata and KI. Tainaka
Perturbation experiment and extinction processes in a preypredator lattice system  T. Suzuki, N. Nakagiri, KI. Tainaka, T. Togashi, T. Miyazaki and J. Yoshimura
A role of a lowdensity species on the community outcomes in a model ecosystem  N. Nakagiri, KI. Tainaka, T. Togashi, T. Miyazaki and J. Yoshimura
Parameter sensitivity in a lattice ecosystem with intraguild predation
 T. Togashi, A. Kaide, T. Miyazaki, T. Suzuki, N. Nakagiri, J. Yoshimura, J.L. Bartelt and P.A. Cox

Nakanishi, T
 Y. Hibiya, K. Chiba,T. Fujikura, I. Miyoshi and T. Nakanishi
GPSbased mobile information board system  M. Takahashi, M. Kaneko, Y. Futatsuishi, I. Watanabe and T. Nakanishi
A study of the scheduling simulation system of Ushaped production line with multiworkers using\ eMPlant  M. Namekawa, H. Mori, A. Satoh and T. Nakanishi
Synchronization method for continuousevent parallel simulation
 Y. Hibiya, K. Chiba,T. Fujikura, I. Miyoshi and T. Nakanishi
 Namekawa, T
 Narasimham, SVL

Narayan, KA
 K.L. Bristow, P.B. Charlesworth, K. Narayan, L.K. Stewart, F.J. Cook and J.W. Hopmans
A framework for improving water management in the Lower Burdekin  K.A. Narayan, C. Schleeberger, P.B. Charlesworth and K.L. Bristow
Effects of groundwater pumping on saltwater intrusion in the Lower Burdekin Delta, North Queensland
 K.L. Bristow, P.B. Charlesworth, K. Narayan, L.K. Stewart, F.J. Cook and J.W. Hopmans
 Nathan, R
 Nawapramote, W
 Nawata, K
 Newham, LTH 
 Nguyen, TG
 Nielsen, O
 Nishiyama, Y
 Niwa, Y

Nixon, JB
 G.J. Bowden, J.B. Nixon, H.R. Maier, G.C. Dandy and M. Holmes
Forecasting Chlorine residuals in a water distribution system using a general regression neural network  M.S. Gibbs, N. Morgan, H.R. Maier, G.C. Dandy, M. Holmes and J.B. Nixon
Use of artificial neural networks for modelling Chlorine residuals in water distribution systems
 G.J. Bowden, J.B. Nixon, H.R. Maier, G.C. Dandy and M. Holmes

Norton, JP
 J.P. Norton
Prediction for decisionmaking under uncertainty  J.G. Chanat and J.P. Norton
Interpreting hydrologic response using transfer function models with timevarying parameters: an example from the Virginia Blue Ridge  J.P. Norton and J.G. Chanat
Assessing rainfallrunoff records for time invariance using transfer function models with
timevarying parameters  J.P. Norton, R. Nathan, G. Podger and R. Vertessy (presenter: R. Argent)
Sensitivity assessment needs of complex simulation models for integrated catchment management
 J.P. Norton
 Nott, D
 Numano, M
 M. Numano, H. Itoh, J. Fukuto and Y. Niwa
Simulation study on sea traffic control at an intersection utilizing information sharing with
automatic identification system (AIS)  H. Itoh, M. Numano and E. Pedersen
Modeling and simulation of sea traffic and a visualizationbased collision avoidance support system
 M. Numano, H. Itoh, J. Fukuto and Y. Niwa
 Ocampo, CJ
 O’Connor, A
 Oglesby, R
 Okano, T
 Oldham, CE
 O’Neill, R
 Ongsomwang, S
 O’Regan, B
 Ostendorf, B
 Owens, DT

Oxley, L
 K. Fatai, L. Oxley and F.G. Scrimgeour
Energy efficiency and the New Zealand economy: a dynamic CGE analysis  K. Fatai, L. Oxley and F.G. Scrimgeour
Modelling economies of scale and imperfect competition using CGE: a comparative application
to the energy sector of New Zealand, Canada, Singapore and Mozambique  L.T. Van Trinh, J. Gibson and L. Oxley
Measuring the stock of human capital in New Zealand  D. Marsh and L. Oxley
Modelling innovation activity in the New Zealand biotechnology sector
 K. Fatai, L. Oxley and F.G. Scrimgeour
 Oya, K
 Oyston, R
 PahlWostl, C
 Paillat, JM
 Pan, GW
 Pannell, DJ
 Panopoulou, E
 Park, JN
 Parkin, G
 Parnell, A
 Parshotam, A
 Pawlowski, SW
 Paydar, Z
 Pearn, KR
 Pedersen, E
 Pederson, C
 Peel, MC
 Peiris, S
 Penttinen, S
 Pepper, PM
 Perera, BJC
 Perez, P
 Perraud, JM
 Perry, DR
 Peterson, P
 Pettit, C
 Phelps, DG
 Phillips, PCB
 Piek, J
 Pina, P
 Pinkantayonk, P
 Pittis, N

Podger, GM
 B. Yu, J. Tisdell, G. Podger, and I. Salbe
A hydrologic and economic model for water trading and reallocation using linear programming techniques  J.P. Norton, R. Nathan, G. Podger and R. Vertessy (presenter: R. Argent)
Sensitivity assessment needs of complex simulation models for integrated catchment management  JM. Perraud, G. Podger, J.M. Rahman and R.A. Vertessy
A new rainfallrunoff software library  R. Grayson, R. Argent, R. Vertessy, P. Hairsine and G. Podger
An “Integration Blueprint” to underpin the development of the catchment modelling toolkit  R.M. Argent, R.A. Vertessy, J.M. Rahman, S.M. Cuddy, G.M. Podger and D.R. Perry
Building a modelling toolkit for prediction of catchment behaviour
 B. Yu, J. Tisdell, G. Podger, and I. Salbe
 Pollacco, J
 Pollett, PK
 Post, D
 Post, E
 Poulin, B
 Poulton, PL
 Power, B
 Predo, CD
 Prescott, J

Prosser, IP
 L.T.H. Newham, I.P. Prosser and A.J. Jakeman
Testing output quantities and spatial patterns of a catchmentscale stream pollutant model against collateral studies  H. Lu, C.J. Moran and I.P. Prosser
Modelling sediment delivery ratio over Murray Darling Basin  A. KinseyHenderson, I. Prosser and D. Post
SubNet – predicting sources of sediment at subcatchment scale using SedNet
 L.T.H. Newham, I.P. Prosser and A.J. Jakeman
 Provis, DG
 Pullar, D
 Puotinen, M
 Purnomo, H
 Quigley, S
 Quinn, PF
 Radalj, K
 Radbone, L

Rahman, A
 L. Adair and A. Rahman
Identification of erosion potential in an urban river in North Australia using GIS and hydrodynamic model  JM. Perraud, G. Podger, J.M. Rahman and R.A. Vertessy
A new rainfallrunoff software library  J.M. Rahman, S.P. Seaton, JM. Perraud, H. Hotham, D.I. Verrelli and J.R. Coleman
It’s TIME for a new environmental modelling framework
 L. Adair and A. Rahman

Rahman, JM
 J. Charalambous, A. Rahman and D. Carroll
Application of Monte Carlo simulation technique with URBS model for design flood estimation of large catchments  R.M. Argent, R.A. Vertessy, J.M. Rahman, S.M. Cuddy, G.M. Podger and D.R. Perry
Building a modelling toolkit for prediction of catchment behaviour
 J. Charalambous, A. Rahman and D. Carroll
 Rajanayaka, C
 Ramalinga, R
 Rankin, M
 Rankine, KJ
 Rankine, KS
 Rao, V
 Rassam, DT
 Recknagel, F
 Reimer, S
 Revenga, C
 Reyenga, PJ
 Richter, H
 Rijsberman, F
 Rivington, M

Rizzoli, AE
 A. Jolma and A. Rizzoli
A review of interoperability techniques for models, data, and knowledge in environmental software  A.E. Rizzoli, N. Casagrande, A.V. Donati, L.M. Gambardella, D. Lepori, R. Montemanni, P. Pina and M. Zaffalon
Planning and optimisation of vehicle routes for fuel oil distribution
 A. Jolma and A. Rizzoli
 Roberts, A
 Rohde, K
 Rossi, GC
 Rossing, W
 Roth, H
 Rounsevell, M
 Rousseau, DPL
 Rudiger, C
 Rudra, R
 Ruiz, JE
 Rumchev, VG
 Rutherfurd, ID
 S. Jha, R.B. Grayson and I.D. Rutherfurd
Estimating catchmentscale sediment yield from bank erosion using simple distributed variables: an example from Victoria, Australia  B.G. Anderson, I. Rutherfurd and A. Western
An analysis of the influence of riparian vegetation on the propagation of flood waves
 S. Jha, R.B. Grayson and I.D. Rutherfurd