### Papers Listed by Session

- Agent-Based Modelling in Environmental Management
- Towards a Taxonomy of Agent~Based Simulation Models in Environmental Management

*M. Hare, P. Deadman and K. Lim* - From a Conceptual Model to its Artifacts: Building on Experiments using the SHADOC Model

*O. Barreteau and F Bousquet* - Using Dynamics Spatial Entities in Agent-Based Simulations

*C. Le Page, M. Etienne and F. Bousquet* - A Comparison of Individual-Based and Dynamic Modelling using Bullant

*W.J. Chivers, R,D. Herbert and S. Keen* - CatchScape: An Integrated Multi-Agent Model for Simulating Water Management at the Catchment Scale, A Northern Thailand Case Study

*N Becu, P. Perez, A. Walker and O. Barreteau* - ABLOoM: Agent-Based Modelling of Location Behaviour

*H.S. Otter and A Van der Veen* - The Sharing of Water Between Different Users: A Multi~Agent System to Improve the Negotiation

*M. Le Bars and J.M. Attonaty* - Natural Resource Management using integrated Modelling: The Case of the Niger River Inland Delta

*M. Kuper, C. Mullon, F. Bousquet and Y. Poncet*

- Towards a Taxonomy of Agent~Based Simulation Models in Environmental Management
- Application of Biologically Inspired Modelling Methods in Water Engineering
- River Flow, Forecast for Reservoir Management Using Neural Networks

*B. Cannas, A. Fauni, M. Pintus and G.A.J.Sechi* - Understanding the Range of Applicability of Artificial Neural Network Forecasting Models

*G. J. Bowden, H.R. Mairer and G.C. Dandy* - Identification of Long Term Patterns in Hydrologic Data Using Fuzzy and Neural Network Techniques

*N. Lauzon and B.J. Lence* - Selection of Parameters for Ant Colony Optimisation Applied to the Optimal Design of Water Distribution Systems

*A.R. Simpson, H.R. Maier, W.K. Foong, K.Y. Phang, H.Y. Seah and C.L. Tan* - A Genetic Algorithm Model of Coastal Evaluation

*D.J, Walker* - Importance of Genetic Algorithm Operators in River Water Quality Model Parameter Optimisation

*A.W.M. Ng and B.J.C. Perera* - Neuro-Dynamic Programming for the Efficient Management of Reservoir Networks

*D. De Rigo, A.E. Rizzoli, R. Soncini-Sessa, E. Weber and P. Zenesi*

- River Flow, Forecast for Reservoir Management Using Neural Networks
- Atmospheric Flow and Dispersion
- Simulation of the Effect ofa Cornfield on Wind and on Pollen Deposition

*M. Du, S. Kawashima, K. Matsuo, S. Yonemura and S. Inoue* - Models for Concentration Fluctuations in Relative and Absolute Dispersion

*R.J. Munro, P.E. Chatwin and N. Mole* - Modelling the Occurrence of Large Concentration Values in Pollutant Plumes

*C. W. Anderson, N. Mole, S. Nadarajah and T. Ryden*

- Simulation of the Effect ofa Cornfield on Wind and on Pollen Deposition
- Bushfire Modelling
- Simulating Fire Ecology and Fire Management in North Australia

*G.D. Cook and A.C. Liedloff* - Predicting Ignition Thresholds in Litter Layers

*M. P. Plucinski and W.R. Catchpole* - Instability of Travelling Waves in a Complex System Modelling Fire Spread

*R.O. Weber, G.N. Mercer and H.S. Sidhu* - Mathematical Modeling of Forest Fire Spread Initiation

*VA. Perminov*

- Simulating Fire Ecology and Fire Management in North Australia
- Carbon Cycle Modelling
- Modelling Recalcitrant Soil Organic Carbon, the 'Holy Grail' in Soil Science.

*A. Parshotam* - Inert Organic Matter (lOM) in the Rothamsted Soil-Carbon Turnover Model: Analytical Solutions

*A. Parshotam* - Comparative Application of APSIM, RothC and Century to Predict Soil Carbon Dynamics

*K. Ranatunga, M.J. Hill, M.E. Prober and R.C. Dalal* - A Spatial Tool for Analysis of the Effects of Grazing Land Management Scenarios on Carbon Sequestration in Australian Rangelands

*M. J. Hill, R. Braaten and G. McKeon* - Management Effects on Carbon Sequestration in Pasture and Cropping Systems in Northern NSW

*M. J. Hill, R. Braaten, and H. Ainslie* - Modelling Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Land Cover Change: Linking Continental Data With Point Patch Models

*M. M. Barson, L.A. Randall and S.C Barry*

- Modelling Recalcitrant Soil Organic Carbon, the 'Holy Grail' in Soil Science.
- Climate Change Impacts
- Climate Change Projections for the Australian Region

*P. H. Whetton and K.J. Hennessy* - Effect of Climate and Climate Change on Electricity Demand in Australia

*S.M. Howden and S, Crimp* - Global Change Impacts on Wheat Production Along an Environmental Gradient in New
South Wales

*S.M. Howden and P.J. Reyellga* - OzClim: The Development of a Climate Scenario Generator for Australia

*C.M. Page and R.N. Jones* - Assessing the Risk of Climate Change on the Water Resources of the Macquarie River Catchment

*R.N. Jones and C.M. Page* - Developing a Climate Modelling Framework to Investigate the Climate lmpacts of Historical Australian Land Cover Changes

*P.l. Lawrence* - A Decision Support Too! for Managing the lmpact of CIimate Variability on Water Resources

*G. Y, Abawi, S,C Datta, D, McClymont, N,C Trelaar, J. Ritchie and T,R, Harris* - Modelling the Climate of South West Asia.

*J.P. Evans and R.B. Smith* - Prediction of Streamflow by Regional Climate Models

*J.P. Evans* - Modelling Climate Change Impacts on Stream Temperature for Taiwan Salmon's Habitat

*CPo Tung, H.H. Panand. Y, Lee* - Modelling Economic Crop Yield and Climate Change in Thailand

*P. Kuneepong, S. Kongton, V.*Wangwacharakul*and S. Sumdin* - Modelling Approach in Climate Impact Assessment for the Bangladesh Coastal Area

*J, Md, Abdai Hye and Md, Mahboob-ul-Kabir*

- Climate Change Projections for the Australian Region
- Computational Modelling and Techniques
- Quantum Simulation: Rare Event Simulation by means of Cloning and Thinning

*R.G. Addie* - Sensitivity Analysis and Discrete Structures

*R.D. Braddock* - Models for the Location of Emergency Facilities

*L. Caccetta and M. Dzator* - Models for Mine Site Rehabilitation

*L. Caccetta abd P.J. Kelsey* - Huristics Algorithms for The Degree Constrained Minimum Spanning Tree Problems

*L. Caccetta and Wamiliana* - Adaptive Agents Simulation of Freshwater Ecosystems

*F. Recknagel* - A Mathematical Model of Wave Interaction with a Double Wall Barrier

*P. Tillman, R. Cox and B. Cather*

- Quantum Simulation: Rare Event Simulation by means of Cloning and Thinning
- Earth System Modelling
- Fitting a Deterministic PZN Model to Remote-sensed Chlorophyll Data using a Genetic
Algorithm and Self-Organizing Map

*R.A. Cropp, A.J. Gabric and R.D. Braddock* - It’s About TIMED

*C.E. Williams and E.P. Theus* - Conceptual and Digital Terrain Modelling of Regolith-Catenary Units for Resource
Assessment

*R.N. Thwaites and M. J. Grundy*

- Fitting a Deterministic PZN Model to Remote-sensed Chlorophyll Data using a Genetic
Algorithm and Self-Organizing Map
- Ecological Modelling of Fisheries and Marine Resources
- What is the Role of Computer Simulation in the Ecologically Sustainable Development of Australian Fisheries?

*J. Scandol* - Exploring Options for the Long Term Future of Australia's Fisheries Using a Scenario Modelling Approach.

*D.B. Lowe, F. Pohzr, B.D. Forun and R.E. Kearney* - The Design of Marine Protected Areas: Adapting Terrestrial Techniques

*F.R. Ball and H. P. Possingham* - Virtual Fish, Virtual Fisheries and Virtual Fishery Management: An introduction to Fish Heaven

*F. R. Ball and A. Constable* - A Dynamic Model of international Fishing

*K. Okuguchi, and F. Szidafovszky* - Information Flow among Fishing Vessels Modelled Using a Bayesian Network

*L. R. Little, S. Kuikku, A.E. Punt, F. Panfus, C.R. Davies and B.D. Mapstone* - Carp Fishdovm - Can we Catch the Last Female?

*J.R. Day. L: Farrell, J. Diggle, P. Donkers and N. J. Bax* - Improving Catch Predictions for Management of the Western Rock Lobster (Panulirus
cygnus) fishery Using Time Series Analysis

*M. Craine, Y./Y. Cheng. N. Caputi and C. Chubb* - A fish Habitat Evaluation Model Based on the Behavioral Mode

*M. Sekine, J. Yang, M. Ukita and T. lmai* - A Simulation of Interactions Between the Critically Endangered North Atlantic Right Whale Eubalaena glacialis and Shipping using Dynamically Variable Temporal Granularity to Minimise Run Time

*H. Clyne and J. Kennedy*

- What is the Role of Computer Simulation in the Ecologically Sustainable Development of Australian Fisheries?
- Econometric Modelling
- Distribution~Free Statistical Inference for Generalized Lorenz Dominance Based on Grouped Data

*Y. Murasawa and K. Morimune* - Specification of Non-Normal Double-Hurdle Models

*M.D. Smith* - Finite Sample Properties of the Test for Long-Run Granger Non-Causality in Cointegrated Systems

*T. Yamamoto and E Kurozumi* - An Empirical Evaluation of International Capital Flows

*S. Hoti* - Test of Random Effects with Incomplete Panel Data

*K. Oya* - Modelling Inbound Tourism from Japan to Australia

*C. Lim and M. McAleer* - Bandwidth Selection for Semiparametric Averaged Derivatives

*Y. Nishiyama* - Estimation of the Female Labor Supply Models by Heckman's Two-Step Estimator and the Maximum Likelihood Estimator

*K. Nawata* - An Analysis of Water Scarcity-induced Cereal Grain Import

*H. Yang, K.CAbbaspour and A. Zehnder* - On a Statistical Method to Detect Discontinuity in the Distribution Function of Reported Earnings

*Y. Takeuchi*

- Distribution~Free Statistical Inference for Generalized Lorenz Dominance Based on Grouped Data
- Economic Modelling
- The Third Wave: Mathematisation and Samuelson's Economics

*L.M. Smith* - Population and Scenario Modelling for Education and Te Reo Maori Investment

*C lremonger and F. Scrimgeour* - A Computer Based Decision Support System for Ethical Investments for Indigenous People

*F. Scrimgeour and C Iremouger* - Multi-Agent Based Simulation of Approach

*L. Ben Said, A. Drogoul and T. Bouron* - Trends and Volatility in Ecological Patenting in the USA.

*D. Marinova and M. McAleer* - Modelling the Demand for Money in New Zealand

*D. Choi and L. Oxley* - The Impact of Stock Market Volatility on Corporate Bond Credit Spreads

*P. Berg, R. Bewley and D. Rees* - Industry Structure and inter-industry Relationships in China

*B. Hu and M. McAleer* - Strengthening the Australia-Korea Relationship through International Tourism

*C. Lim* - Macroeconomic Policy Development with a Separate Predictive Model

*R.D. Herbert and R.D. Bell* - Unemployment Dynamics in a Flow Model of the Australian Labor Market

*G.D. Leeves and R.D. Herbert* - The Value of Using Stated Preference Methods: A Case Study in Modelling Water Heather Choices

*R. Bartels, D.G. Fiebig and A. McCabe* - An Ordered Probit Analysis of Factors Promoting a Regional Information Policy

*M. Tsuji and J.l. Choe* - A Simulation of the Heckscher-Ohlin Theorem

*T. Fukiharu* - A Monte Carlo Study of the Probability Weighting Function

*Y.H. Cheung*

- The Third Wave: Mathematisation and Samuelson's Economics
- Energy Economics and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation
- Short Term Forecast of the Load Demand in Victoria

*CA. BaIoi, I.A. Belward and M. Bulmer* - Carbon Emissions Markets: A Simulation Approach

*C. Watkins* - Market Dynamics of Allocating Land to Biofuel and Forest Sinks

*A. Koroheinikov, P. Read, J. Lermit, A. Parshotam and P. Kathirgamauathum* - Modelling and Forecasting Demand for Electricity in New Zealand: A Comparison of Two Approaches

*K. Fatal, L. Oxley and F. Scrimgeour* - Modelling the Causal Relationship Between Energy Consumption and GDP in New Zealand, Australia. India. Indonesia. the Philippines and Thailand

*K. Fatal, L. Oxley and F. Scrimgeour*

- Short Term Forecast of the Load Demand in Victoria
- Emission Control Modelling
- Prediction and Minimisation of No Emissions from Industrial Furnaces Using
*PCA*

*B.J. Mullins, R.D. Braddock and J.E. Agranovski* - Identification of Operating Parameters Critical to the Reduction of Particulate Emissions from Oil Refineries

*J. M Whitcombe, R.D. Braddock and J.E. Agranovski* - Source Term Estimation of Pollution from an Instantaneous Point Source

*P. Kathirgamanathan, R. McKibbin and R.I. McLachlan* - Dispersion Modelling of Cross-Border Air Pollution Transportation in the European Black Triangle

*V. Surapipith, I.D. Davies and T.D. Jickells* - A Model for the Inel1ial Capture of Particulates in a Bubbling Filter

*N.P. Kristensen and R.D. Braddock*

- Prediction and Minimisation of No Emissions from Industrial Furnaces Using
- Financial Econometrics
- Missing Data and Interpolation in Dynamic Term Structure Models

*V. Pavlov* - A Comparison of Country Credit Risk Ratings

*S. Hoti* - Trends and Volatilities in Patents Registered in the USA

*F. Chan, D. Marinova and M McAleer* - Recursive Statistical Analysis of the GARCH (1.1) Process for Stock Prices

*F. Chan and M McAleer* - Diagnostics for Conditional Heteroscedasticity Models: Some Simulation Results

*A.K. Tsui* - Modelling Price Dynamics as the Outcome of Interaction between Heterogeneous Agents

*A.E. Clements and A.S. Hurn* - Trends and Volatility in Japanese Patenting in the USA: An Analysis of Two Industries

*D. Marinova and M. McAleer* - Bayesian Estimation of Smooth Transition GARCH Model

*H. Wago* - Using Discrete-time Techniques to Test Continuous-time Models for Nonlinearity in Drift

*R. Becker and A.S. Hurn* - Evaluating the Forecast Performance of Smooth Transition Volatility Models

*F. Chan and M. McAleer*

- Missing Data and Interpolation in Dynamic Term Structure Models
- Frameworks
- From Components to Decisions: The Role of Software Engineering and Frameworks in Catchment Decision Support

*R.M. Argent, R.A.Vertessy, J. Rahman and S. Seaton* - The Decision-Maker has an Important, but Often Neglected, Role in Model Use

*J.B. Robinson and D. M. Freebairn* - The Generic Framework - An Open Framework for Model Linkage and Rapid Decision Support System Development

*M.W. Blind, L. Wentholt, B. van Adrichem and P. Groenendijk* - An Object Oriented Framework for Integration of Agricultural and Natural Resource Management Tools

*S. N. Collis and J.D. Corbett* - A Decision Environment: Going Beyond a Decision Framework to Improve the Effectiveness of Decision Making in Natural Resource Management

*P. Lawrence, J. Robinson and R. Eisner* - Integrated Forest Planning System (IFPS) - A Practical Approach to Decision Support
Framework Design

*J.A. Lau, W.G. Vandenberg, D. Gattad and R.U. Willig* - Tarsier and ICMS: Two Approaches to Framework Development

*J.M. Rahman, S.M. Cuddy and F.G.R. Watson*

- From Components to Decisions: The Role of Software Engineering and Frameworks in Catchment Decision Support
- Geostatistical and Geophysical Modelling
- Electrical and Transient Electromagnetic Modelling of a Copper Prospect near Cobar. NSW

*M.R.P. Tingay, P.I. Brooker and P. Basford* - Salinity and Acidity in The Jimperding Brook in Western Australia

*LM. Bloom and J.M. Cross* - Estimating and Simulating Spatial Distribution of Transmissivity Using Geostatistics Methods

*Y,-P. Lin, T.-P. teng and Y.-C. Tan* - Petrophysical Model of Chelopech Gold-Copper Ore Deposit

*V.D. Vladimirov* - Investigation of pH as Secondary Information in the Estimation of Soil Salinity

*L.M. Bloom and U.A. Mueller* - Investigation of a Stochastic Inverse Method to Estimate Parameters in Groundwater Models

*C. Rajanayaka and D. Kulasiri* - Conditional Simulation of Two-Dimensional Random Processes using Daubechies Wavelets

*T. Tran, U.A. Mueller and L.M. Bloom*

- Electrical and Transient Electromagnetic Modelling of a Copper Prospect near Cobar. NSW
- Groundwater Flow and Solute Transport Modelling
- Groundvvater Modelling Guidelines for Australia: An Overview.

*H. Middlemis, N,P, Merrick, J.B. Ross andi K.L Rozlapa* - Groundwater Modelling Guidelines for Australia: The Review Process

*N.P. Merrick, H.Middlemis and J.B. Ross* - Biophysical Modelling of Catchment-Scale Surface Water and Groundwater Response to
Land-use Change

*W.R. Dawes, M Filfedder, G,R, Walker and W.R. Evans* - Groundwater Modelling of an Irrigated Area of the Lachlan Catchment for Salinity
Management

*R.M. Lampayan, F Ghassemi and I White* - Explaining Trends in Groundwater Depths: Distinguishing Between Atypical Rainfall Event, Time Trends, and the Impacts of Treatments

*R. Ferdmvsian and D.J. Pannell* - Recharge Estimation for lerrabomberra Creek Catchment. the Australian Capital Territory

*B. E. W Croke, WR, Evans, S, Yu, Schreider and C Buller* - Using Simulation to Understand the Occurrence of Subsurface Lateral Flow in South-East Australia

*J.I. Ticehurst, H.P. Cresswell, N.J. McKenzie and A. J. Jakeman* - Modelling Shallow Groundwater in Soft, Sulfidic, Coastal Sediments

*I. White, B.C T. MacDonald and M.D. Melville* - Optimising Landuse for Management of Shallow Watertables: A Test Case for the Box Hill Catchment.

*J.F. Punthakey and R.M. Williams* - Optimising the Location of Pump Sites for Improved Management of Groundwater Pumping Schelnes

*J. F. Punthakey and S. Joseph* - A Conceptual 3-D Finite-Element Model of Groundwater Flow and Saltwater intrusion in the Elk Aquifer System, California

*CE**Hayler andi R. Willis* - Anthropogenically-Induced Fractal Tidal Waves in Coastal Aquifers at Bundaberg. Queensland, Australia

*W.Su Ze, Yu, V Anh and K.Bajracharya* - Modelling of the Contaminants Transfer Between two Aquifers

*D, Frydrych ,L., Mazyska and I, Novak*

- Groundvvater Modelling Guidelines for Australia: An Overview.
- Incorporating Ecological Economics into the Management of Natural Resources
- Addressing Water Quality Problems Through the Integration of Ecological and Economic Modelling

*M. Chaloupka, J. Robinson and J. Asafu-Adjaye* - A Conceptual Framework for a Physical- Economic Model of Tidal Inlet Flooding

*J.B. Hinwood and E.J. McLean* - Improving the Reliability of Environmental Value Transfer

*J. Robinson, G. Thomas and J. Asafu-Adjaye* - Integrating Natural and Social Science Knowledge in a Decision Support System for Coastal Zone Management

*J.L. de Kok and H. G. Wind* - An Ecological-Economic Model for Agri-Environmental Policy Decision Support

*D. Oglethorpe and J. Smith* - Deforestation and Illegal Logging in Developing South-East Asian Countries

*R. McAllister. R. Beard and J. J. Asafu-Adjaye*

- Addressing Water Quality Problems Through the Integration of Ecological and Economic Modelling
- Methods for Evaluating Probabilistic Ecological Models
- A Spatially Explicit Population Viability Model using GIS

*M. R. Lethbridge, H.P. Possingham and A. J. Tyre* - Predicting Risk to Biodiversity as a Function of Aquifer Pressure in GAB Mound Springs

*A.J. Tyre, B. Tenhumberg, D. Niejalke and H.P. Possingham* - Observer Error and Statistical Power: Evaluating Survey Reliability for Conservation Management

*S.A. Field, A.J. Tyre, S.C. Ball and H.P. Possingham* - WETMOD: A Generic Wetland Ecosystem Model for the Simulation of Floodplain Wetlands at the Lower River Murray (South Australia)

*L.T: Cetin, F Recknagel and R. Bounmans* - Diffusion Approximations for Ecological Models

*P. K. Pollett* - Using Bayesian Mode! Averaging to Better Represent Uncertainty in Predictions of Ecological Models

*B. Wintle, M.A. McCarthy and R.P. Kavanagh*

- A Spatially Explicit Population Viability Model using GIS
- Modelling of Hydrologic Systems-Part One: Hydrological modeling
- Prediction of Streamflow to Assess Trade-offs from Water Policy Rules and Land Use Intensification

*J.K. Gilmour and B.F.W. Croke* - Predicting Flmvs in Ungauged Catchments and Catchments Subject to Forest Cover Changes

*W.S. Merritt, B. F. W. Croke, A.J. Jakeman and P. Perez* - Modelling Stream Recession Flows

*T. G. Chapman* - Simulating the Impact of Changes in Drainage Design on Hydrologic Response using a Onedimensional Flow-rollting Model

*D.A. Post, A.E. Henderson, L.K. Stewart, CH. Roth and J. Reghenzani* - Streamflow Dynamics in the Western United States: A Nonlinear Dynamical Analysis

*B. Sivakumar* - Evaluation of Streamflow South African Catchments Predictions by the IHACRES Rainfall-Runoff Model in Two south African Catchments

*P.J. Dye and B.F. W. Croke* - Accounting for Response Differences in Runoff Events of Different Magnitudes.

*H. Koivusalo, T. Kokkonen, T. Karvonen, B.F. W. Croke and A.J. Jakeman* - Modelling Flow Routing and Transmission Loss Processes in Arid Zone Floodplain Rivers

*J.F. Costelloe, R.B. Grayson, R.M. Argent and T.A. McMahon* - J2000 - A Modelling System for Physically Based Simulation of Hydrological Processes in Large Catchments

*P. Krause and W-A.Flugel* - Probability-distributed Initial Losses for Flood Estimation in Queensland
Jlahee

*M. Illahee and W.C. Boughton* - Effects of Nonlinearity in Storage-discharge Relationship on Design Flood Estimates

*A Rahman and A. Gooneiilleke* - A Computer Program to Determine Derived Flood Frequency Curves

*A. Rahman* - Distributed Modelling of Catchment Surface Hydrology.

*O.P. Droop and W.C. Boughton* - A Characterization Methodology for Post-Wildfire Flood Hazard Assessments’

*S.C. McLin, A-I.E. Van Eecklwuf, E.P.Springer and L.J. Lane* - Another Look at the Xinanjiang Model: From Theory to Practice

*S. Liu, X. Mo, L.M. Leslie, M. Speer, R. Bunker, W. Zhao* - Local Quasi likelihood in Catchment Modification Detection.

*G. Capkun, A. C. Davison and A. Muse*

- Prediction of Streamflow to Assess Trade-offs from Water Policy Rules and Land Use Intensification
- Modelling in Finance
- Modelling Volatility in Currency Futures for Developed and Emerging Markets

*J.M. Sequeia, P.C. Chiat and M. McAleer* - Time-varying Conditional Correlations in Asia-Pacific Equity Markets

*M. Chandra* - Forecasting Commodity Market Volatility in the Presence of Extreme Observations.

*C. Watkins and M. McAleer*

- Modelling Volatility in Currency Futures for Developed and Emerging Markets
- Modelling and Financial Management
- Modelling rainfall, temperature and evaporation
- An Empirical Method for Forecasting Low Rainfall Using the Southern Oscillation Index (SOl) and Dipole Model Index (DMI)

*J.E. Rulz, I. Cordery and A. Sharma* - Comparison of Calibration Algorithms for Estimation of Rainfall Using Weather Radar

*S. Chumchean and A. Sharma* - Predictor Selection for a Daily Rainfall Occurrence that Reproduces Long-term Variability

*TI. Harrold, A. Sharma and S. Sheather* - A Nonparametric Model for Daily Rainfall Occurrence that Reproduces Long-term Variability

*T.I. Harrold, A. Sharma and S. Sheatlier* - Refinements to the Srikanthan-McMahon Stochastic Model for Daily Rainfall

*T.G. Chapman* - Estimation of Daily Potential Evaporation for Input to Rainfall-Runoff Models

*T. G. Chapman*

- An Empirical Method for Forecasting Low Rainfall Using the Southern Oscillation Index (SOl) and Dipole Model Index (DMI)
- Modelling lakes and reservoirs
- Mathematical Modelling for Optimal Operation of Integrated Multireservoir Systems: New Approach

*A. Badamchizadeh, S. M. Hashemiparast, M. Alaghelmumdan and O. Titidezh* - Role of Hydrodynamic and Water Quality Reservoir Modelling in Water Resource Decision Support in South Africa

*A.J. Bath* - Numerical Simulation of Surface Mixers listed for Destratification of Reservoirs.

*D.M. Lewis, J.P. Antenucci, J.D. Brookes and M.J.F. Lambert*

- Mathematical Modelling for Optimal Operation of Integrated Multireservoir Systems: New Approach
- Modelling the Water Cycle in Forests
- Evapotranspiration Characteristics of Woody Communities, Natural and Exotic, Across
Southern Australia

*F.X. Dunin, D.A. White, T.J. Hatton and T.Ellis* - Parameterising the Evapotranspiration and Energy Balance of a Natural Eucalypt Forest

*R.P. Silberstein, M. Sivapalall, N.R. Villey, A. Held and T.J. Hatoll* - Modelling and Annual Estimation of Canopy Interception, Transpiration and Evaporation from the Forest Floor in a Deciduous Secondary Forest in Western Japan.

*K. Tamai* - Validating Plantation Water Use Predictions from the 3PG Forest Growth Model.

*J.D. Morris and J.J. Collopy* - Assessment of the Impact of Forest Logging on Water Quantity in the Otway Ranges

*CC Daamen, P.I. Hill, S.C Munday, R.J. Nathan and P.M. Cornish* - Development and Application of an Operational Model to Assess the Impact of Plantation Forestry on Water Yields

*S. Munday, R. Nathan, C. Daamen and P. Cornish* - Predicting the Water Use and Growth of Plantations on Hillslopes: The Impact of Planting Design

*D.L. McJannet, R.P. Silberstein and R.A. Vertessy* - Evolution of a Hillslope Hydrologic Model.

*F.G.R. Watson, R.B. Graysoll, RA. Vertessy, M.C Peel and L.L. Pierce (Invited)* - Landuse Characterisation and Change Detection Analysis for Hydrological Model Parameterisation of Large Scale Afforested Areas Using Remote Sensing

*J. Helmschort and W.-A. Flugel*

- Evapotranspiration Characteristics of Woody Communities, Natural and Exotic, Across
Southern Australia
- Modelling to Support Decisions on Integrated Catchment Management: A Transition to Sustainable Landscapes
- A Regional Hydrologic Economic Framework for Investigating Sustainable Irrigated
Landscape Futures

*S. Khan, C Stubbs and D. McLaughlin* - A Tool for the Analysis of Policy Options for Off-Allocation Water in the Namoi River
Catchment

*R.A. Letcher* - Exploring Solutions to Australia's Long-term Land and Water Problems Using Scenario
Modelling

*M. Dunlop, B.D. Foran and F Poldy* - MULINO: Multi-sectoral, Integrated and Operational Decision Support System for Sustainable Use of Water Resources at the Catchment Scale

*C Giupponi, J.Mysiak, A. Fassio and V. Cogan* - Integration of Economic and Biophysical Models for Assessing Agricultural Policy Impacts on Water Quality at a Regional Scale

*S. Gameda, T. Huffman, J. Yang, B. Junkins and R. Gill* - A Conceptual Modelling Framework for Integrated Catchment Management of Salinity

*N. Hall and W. Waston* - Modelling Salinity Management at Farm and Catchment Scales in NSW and Thailand

*N. Hall, R. Greiner and S. Yongvanit* - Integrated Modelling System for Sustainable Water Allocation Planning.

*S. Yu. Schreider, P.E. Weinman, G.P. Codner and H.M Malano* - Integrating System Dynamics with Life Cycle Assessment: A Framework for Improved Policy Formulation and Analysis

*A. Changsirivathanathamrong, S. Moore and K. Linard* - The Role of Orientors in Modelling Sustainable Development

*I. Moffatt* - Systems Framework for Integrated Regional-Scale R and D Projects.

*R. Greiner and X. Zhu*

- A Regional Hydrologic Economic Framework for Investigating Sustainable Irrigated
Landscape Futures
- Modelling and Simulation of Agricultural Systems
- INSIGHT: A Tool for Increasing Coordination in Natural Resource Policy Processes

*R.J. Gorddard and P.A. Walker (Invited)* - INSIGHT into Biophysical Models for Evaluating Alternative Land Use Policies in Eastern Australia

*D.H. White, M.K. M.K. van Ittersum and R.J. Gorddard (Invited)* - Explorative Modelling of the Links Between Social Change and Natural Resource Policy

*R.J. Gorddard (Invited)* - Integrated Modelling for Natural Resource Management: Where to Next?

*M.K. Van Ittersum and R.J. Gorddard(Invited)* - How Sensitive are Agricultural Production Systems Models to Crop Management Parameters? Why is it Difficult to Quantify Farm Management?

*J.B. Robinson and D.M. Freebairn* - Agricultural Systems Models Require High Modularity, Flexibility and Sound Component Science

*E, Wang, H. Meinke, G.L. Holzworth, M.J. Robertson and S.C. Chapman* - Forecasting Australian Sugar Yields Using Phases of the Southern Oscillation Index

*Y.L. Everingham, R.C Muchow and R.C. Stone* - An Integrated Modelling Approach To Enhancing Sugarcane Profitability

*A. Higgins and M. Haynes* - The Model ORYZA2000 to Simulate Growth and Development of Lowland Rice

*B.A.M. Bouman, T.P. Tuong, M.J. Kropff, and H.H. van Laar* - Mechanistic and Statistical Models to Forecast the Australian Macadamia Crop

*D.G. Mayer, RA. Stephenson, K.H. Jones, J.S. Yee-Yet, A.W. Dunstan, D.J.D. Bell, K.E. Delaney, K.J. Wilson and J. Wilkie* - Modelling Maintenance Respiration in Wheat

*D.L Liu and B.J. Scott* - Assessing Leakiness in Australia's Dryland Farming Systems

*B.A. Keating, K. Verburg, C.J. Smith, M.E. Probert and D. Gaydon* - Enhanced WEPP Model Applicability for Improved Erosion Prediction

*D.C. Flanagan, C.S.. Renschler, J.R. Frankenberger, T.A, Cochrane and B,A. Engel* - The Development of an Integrated Modelling System to Support Decisions on Organic Farms

*CJ.N, Smith, D. Oglethorpe and J. Wright* - Exploring the Ecosystem Service of Natural Pest Control in Australian Cotton Farming Systems

*E.J. Tiller* - Why Model Tephritid fruit Fly Incursions in Agricultural Production Areas?

*A. Clift and A. Meats* - Analysis of National Livestock Statistics: Assessment for Systematic Reporting Bias

*S.M. Howden* - Simulation of the Supply Capability of Sheep on the Mitchell Grass Downs of North West Queensland

*P.M. Pepper, L.B. Dunlop, EJ. Weston and D. Cloonan* - Modelling the Lactation Curves of New Zealand Cows

*CC Palliser, M.E. Watney, K.P, Bright, K.A. MacDonald and J.W. Penno* - StockPlan: Decision Tools for Exploring Management Options for Drought

*M.J. McPhee, G.P. Meaker, P. Graham, P.M. Carberry, B.L. Davies ,M.B. Whelan, A.K. Bell and B. Clements* - Could a Cattle Liveweight Gain Model and a Kalman Filter Help Farmers Short-term Decision Making?

*M.D. Rollo, G. W. Sheath and C.J. Boom* - A Model to Predict Cattle Feedlot Runoff for Effluent Reuse Applications

*M. Atzeni, K. Casey and A. Skernum* - Modelling the Rate and Pattern of Woody Thickening in Australian Savanna Pastures

*J.A. Ludwig, A.C. Liedloff, R.M. Dyer, L.M. Cafe and M.B. Coughenour* - A Simple Method for Hillslope Agroforestry Design

*R.P. Silberstein, R.A. Vertessy and T.J. Hatton* - A Parameter Space and Simulation Response Surface for Agroforestry Design

*R.P. Silberstein, R.A. Vertessy and D. McJannet* - Integrating a Forest Modelling Capability into an Agricultural Production Systems Modelling Environment - Current Applications and Future Possibilities

*N.I. Huth, V.O. Snow and B.A. Keating*

- INSIGHT: A Tool for Increasing Coordination in Natural Resource Policy Processes
- Modelling the Growth of Cities and Urban Water Systems
- Multi-Criteria Modelling in Natural Resource Management
- Appropriate Multi-Criteria Decision Support Tools for Aiding Indigenous Decision-Makers in Aurukun Shire, Cape York Peninsula

*T.J. Venn and S.R. Harrison* - Integrating Multi-Criteria Modelling and GIS for Sugarcane Land Allocation.

*X. Zhu, D. Walker and C. Mayocchi* - Community Values for Public Land Use: The Case of Glen Rock Area, Queensland.

*T. Tumaneng-Diete, B. Waring and C. Glen*

- Appropriate Multi-Criteria Decision Support Tools for Aiding Indigenous Decision-Makers in Aurukun Shire, Cape York Peninsula
- Riverine Biota and Habitat: Modelling the Responses to Flow and
Sediment Regime Changes
- Predicting River Channel Type from Flm•v and Sediment Regimes Attributes.

*H.J. Young, R. W. Ogden, J.P. Prosser and A..O. Hughes* - A Model of River Sediment Budgets as an Element of River Health Assessment

*I.P. Prosser, JV.J. Young, P. Ruslomji, A.D. Hughes and C. J. Moran* - Nutrient Monitoring, Simulation and Management within a Major Lowland UK River System: The Kennel

*A.J. Wade, H.P. Jarvie, C Neal, N. Prior, P.G. and Whitehead and P.L. Johns*

- Predicting River Channel Type from Flm•v and Sediment Regimes Attributes.
- Scale Problems in Hydrologic Modelling and Measurement
- Statistical Downscaling: Linking Climatic Processes Between Spatial Scales

*S.P. Charles, and B.C. Bates (Invited)* - Theory and Measurements of the Distribution of Rainfall in Space and Time

*A. W. Seed (Invited)* - Fractal Analysis for Rainfall Characterization: Some Remarks and Possible Future Directions

*E. Sivakumar* - Generalised Scaling, Extreme Rainfall and Areal Reduction Factors

*M. Menabde, M. Sivapalan and A. Seed* - Modeling Snmvmelt Over an Area: Modeling Subgrid Scale Heterogeneity in Distributed Model Elements

*CH. Luce and D.G. Tarboton (Invited)* - Spatial Scaling of Soil Moisture: A Review and Some Recent Results

*A. W. Western, R.B. Grayson and G. Blosclil (Invited)* - Application of ALSIS to the Hydrological Modelling of New Zealand's Mahurangi Catchment; Comparisons of Temporal Distribution of Soil Moisture

*D.l. Wilson, A. W. Western, R.B. Grayson, Y. Shao, R.A. Woods and R.K. Munro* - Spatial Crop Yield and Soil Water Content: Measurement, Scaling and Topographic Analyses

*T.R. Green, R.N. Erskine, A. Martinez, M.R.Murphy, L.R. Ahuja, J.D. Salas and J. A. Ramirez* - Testing Current Generation Soil Erosion Models at Two-minute and Daily Scales Against
Plot Scale Data of a Mid-hill Catchment of Nepal

*D.D.Kandel, A.W. Western, R.B. Grayson and N.N. Turral* - Scale, Complexity and Variability in Catchment Hydrology; The Need for Classification

*R.A. Woods (Invited)* - Sensitivity of Simulated Catchment Response to the Spatial Resolution of Rainfall

*G.B. Chirico, R.B. Grayson, A.W. Western, R.Woods and A. Seed* - Scaling of Hydrologic Conceptualisations: Approaches to Handling Subgrid Variability

*N. R. Viney and Sivapalan* - Applying Different Concepts of Hydrological Response Units (HRUs) in Three Nested
Mesoscale Catchments for Distributed Hydrological Modelling

*K. Bongartz and W.A.Fugel* - The Effects of Variable Flmv Velocity on Contaminant Dispersion in Porous Flmv

*W.S. Venwoerd and G.D. Kulasiri* - Modelling Interval of Transfer Function-Noise Models in Groundwater Hydrology

*JV.L. Berendrecht, A. W. Heemink, F.C van Geer and J.C. Gehrels* - Model Reduction in Groundwater Hydrology

*P. T.M. Vermeulen, A. W. Heemillk and C.B.M. Tesroel*

- Statistical Downscaling: Linking Climatic Processes Between Spatial Scales
- Simulating the Unsaturated Zone
- Estimating Deep Drainage Under Pasture

*R. E. White, B. Christy, A.M. Ridley and L.K. Heng* - Comparative Modelling of Water Leakage Under a Lucerne or Annual Pasture. 1. Role of
Initial Soil Water Content and Frequency of Rainfall Data

*P.R. Ward* - Comparative Modelling of Water Leakage Under a Lucerne or Annual Pasture. 2. Phase
Rotations in Two Environments.

*P.R. Ward* - Nitrate Leaching under Wheat Crops in the Mediterranean-type Environment of Western
Australia

*S. Asseng, P.J. Dolling, J.S. Fisher and R.P. Fillery* - Modelling the Transport of SO Ions in Acid Sulphate Soils.

*D. W. Rassam and F.J. Cook* - One-dimensional Transient Water and Solute Transport in Soils

*F. Gandola, G. Sander and R.D. Braddock* - An Operational Model for Managing the Effect of Land Treatment of Wastewater on
Groundwater Quality

*V.J. Bidwell* - Modelling Water Flow through a Multi-layered Cover Liner for a Waste Dump.

*CJ. Matthews, R.D. Braddock and G.C Sander*

- Estimating Deep Drainage Under Pasture
- Simulation of Salinity Processes and Land Degradation
- Erosion Response Units (ERU): A Regional Erosion Concept for Sustainable Integrated Catchment Management and its Application in a Semi-arid Catchment in Swaziland, Southern Africa

*WA, Flugel, M, Marker and G, Rodolfi* - Data Driven Model Development for Estimating Salt Export from Irrigation Areas

*R. Beecham and P. Arranz* - Implementation of an Integrated Quantity and Quality Model for In-Stream Salinity in the Hunter VaIley, NSW, Australia

*R. Gilmore, G. Beale, M. Simons and A. Davidson* - Flmvtube: A Groundwater Calculator for Salinity Estimation

*R.M. Argent, R.J. George and W.R.. Dawes* - Exploring Mechanisms of Salt Delivery to Stream Within the Kyeamba VaIley Catchment New South Wales Australia

*G. K. Summerell* - A Tool to Aid Development of Land Use Strategies at a Catchment Scale to Reduce Dryland Salinity Risk

*A.J. Ringrose-Voase, R.R. Young, N.J. Bax, Z. Paydar, A.L. Bernardi, R.C. Banks, R,M, Johnston, H.P, Cresswell, B.A, Keating, J.F, Scott, J,F, Holland and I, Daniells* - Determining Depth to Watertable for the Eastern Murray-Darling Basin, Australia

*M. Littleboy, G. Piscopo, R. Beecham, P. Barnett and L. Newham*

- Erosion Response Units (ERU): A Regional Erosion Concept for Sustainable Integrated Catchment Management and its Application in a Semi-arid Catchment in Swaziland, Southern Africa
- Simulation of Traffic Control Systems
- Vehicle-Actuated Signal Control System to Mitigate Environmental Impacts Due to Road Traffic: Measurements and Simulations

*Y. Tsubota, K. Watanabe and H. Kawashima* - Adaptive Offset Control in Traffic Signal System

*Y. Hibiya, M. Kudo, T. Fujikura and T. Nakanishii* - A New Model of the Road Traffic System Simulator PIMTRACS on the PIM

*M. Takahashi and T. Nakanishi* - Simulation Modelling of Paratransit Services

*Yossyafra and U. Vandebona* - A Geographic Information System for the Integration of Heterogeneous Traffic Information

*R.-P. Schufer, D. Strauch and R. Kuhne* - Parallel Simulation Algorithm for Traffic Systems

*M. Namekawa, A. Satoh, H. Mori, N. Honda and H. Suda* - Bullet Train Operation Simulator including Electric Power Consumption

*S. Yaskawa* - Sea Traffic Simulation and its Visualisation in Multi-PC System

*M. Numano, H. Itoh and Y. Niwa* - A Simulation Model for Mixed-Model Multi-Stage Assembly Lines

*E. Kozan* - A Study of a Scheduling Simulator for the Analysis of Multi-stage Flowshop Scheduling Problem with eM-Plant

*Y. Futatsuishi, I. Watanabe and T. Nakanishi*

- Vehicle-Actuated Signal Control System to Mitigate Environmental Impacts Due to Road Traffic: Measurements and Simulations
- Statistics and Models for Environmental Flow Assessment
- Hydrological Analyses for Environmental Flow Assessment

*C Gippel* - Applying the Flmv Events Method in an Environmental Flow Study of the Broken River

*M.J. Stewardson, J.D. Fenton and P. Cottingham* - Criteria for Selecting Environmental Flows in Estuaries with Application to the Snowy River Estuary

*EJ. McLean and J.B. Hinwood* - Impact of Flmv Reductions on Australian Estuarine Habitats

*W.I. Peirson, R. Nittim, M.J. Chadwick and K.A. Bishop*

- Hydrological Analyses for Environmental Flow Assessment
- Statistical Modelling in Health and Medical Sciences
- An Overview of Estimating Causal Effects from Interval-Censored Data: G-Estimation Approach

*T.I Valappil, K.P. Singh and A.A. Bartolucci* - Assessment of Therapeutic Equivalence of Three Proportions Using a Bayesian Approach

*D. Carey, A.A. Bartolucci and K.P. Singh* - 100( I-P)Th Percentile Remaining Survival Time

*K.P. Singh, S. Bae and A.A. Bartolucci* - Hospital Cost-Savings of the Elderly by Tele~Home-Care

*M. Tsuji, S. Miyahahara, F. Taoka and M. Teshima* - Empirical Bayesian Analysis of the Poisson Intervention and Incidence Parameters

*A.A. Bartolucci, K.P. Singh and Shanmugam* - A Note on Generalized Poisson Regression Models

*K.P. Singh, J. T. Wulu and A.A. Bartolucci* - Simulation of Alternative Models of Operating Theatres Utilisation.

*L.C. Wadhwa, I. Val, M. Henderson and P.K. Donnelly* - Three-Dimensional Reconstruction of Stenosed Coronary Arteries from Biplane Allgiograms and its Importance to Computer Simulation Studies of Blood Flow

*H. Muhlthaler and B. Quatember* - Computer Simulation of the Coronary Hemodynamics: Image-Based Generation of the Mesh and Simulation Methodology

*B. Quatember and H. Muhlthaler*

- An Overview of Estimating Causal Effects from Interval-Censored Data: G-Estimation Approach
- Systems Analysis: Large Scale Optimisation in Natural Resources Management
- A Farmer Decision Tool for Simulating and Optimising Lamb Production

*S.J.R. Woodward, R. W. Webby and D. B. Binnie* - A Model for Clustering of Harvest Activities in Long Term Forest Planning

*K. Ohman and T. Lamas* - Solving Large Weakly Coupled Markov Decision Processes: Application to Forest Management

*F. Garcia and R. Sabbadin* - An Optimization Approach for Minimizing Extinction Risk of Endangered Species through Captive Breeding

B*. Tenhumberg, A.J. Tyre and H.P. Possingham* - Use of Models in Ecologically Sustainable Forest Management and Decision-Making

*O. Chikumboo and S. Davey* - Multi-catchment Forest Harvest Scheduling for the Eden Management Area in Australia

*O. Chikumboo* - A comparison between Regional and Multi-catchment Forest Harvest Scheduling

*O. Chikumboo and R. Bradbury* - Enhanced Visualisation Capability for Forest Management Optimisation Results

*A. Lee, O. Chikumboo, S. Davey and P. K. Tickle*

- A Farmer Decision Tool for Simulating and Optimising Lamb Production
- Terrain Analysis and Spatial Processes
- Continental Scale Sheet and Rill Erosion Modelling: Incorporating Monthly Soil Loss
Distribution

*H. Lu, J.C. Gallant, I.P. Prosser, C. Moran, G Priestley* - Terrain Scaling for Continental Scale Soil Erosion Modelling

*J. C. Gallant* - Shallow Landslide Hazard Mapping Based on a Quasi-Dynamic Wetness Index

*G.B. Chirico, R.B. Grayson, A. Longobardi, P. Villani and A.W. Western* - Characterising Sediment Transport Capacity on Hillslopes Using Hypsometric Functions

*I.P. Prosser, J. Gallant and P. Rustomji* - Thin Plate Smoothing Spline Interpolation of Long Term Monthly Mean Rainfall for the Wet Tropics Region of North-Eastem Australia

*P.A. Hancock, M.F. Hutchinson, S.M. Turton and A.I. Lewis* - Extending Map Algebra for Dynamic Spatial Models: A Hydrological Modelling Example

*D. Pullar and B. Penile* - Automated Slope Classification Using Digital Elevation Models

*J.C. Gallant, N. Allwood and R. Beecham*

- Continental Scale Sheet and Rill Erosion Modelling: Incorporating Monthly Soil Loss
Distribution
- Time Series Analysis
- Do Markov-Switching Models Capture Nonlinearities in the Data? Tests using Nonparametric Methods

*R. Breunig and A.R. Pagan* - Unit Root Tests in a Time Series Regression with Structural Changes

*K. Maekawa, Z. He and K. Tee* - Using the Durbin-Watson Ratio to Detect a Spurious Regressions: Can We Make a Rule of Thumb?

*M. Fukushige* - Small Sample Evidence on the Impact of Generated Variable in Event Studies

*C.R. McKenzie* - The Impact of Sectoral Shifts on the Unemployment Rate of Different Age Groups

*K. Sakata and C.R. McKenzie* - Is a Monetary Union Feasible for East Asia? An Optimum Currency Area Approach

*K. Sato, Z. Y. Zhang and M. McAleer* - Is ASEAN-5 Suitable for a Regional Currency Agreement?

*L.K. Lim* - Predicting Monthly Catch for Some Western Australian Coastal Finfish Species with Seasonal ARIMA - GARCH Models

*E.K.M. Lai, Y.W. Cheng and M. McAleer* - Theories of Dynamic Pricing and the Tokyo Retail Gasoline Market

*U. Goto and C.R. McKenzie* - A Re-examination of Day of the Week Effect in Australia

*C.-T. Lin and L.K. Lim* - Multiple Forecasts with Autoregressive Time Series Models: Case Studies

*W.S. Chan, S.H. Cheung and K.H. Wu*

- Do Markov-Switching Models Capture Nonlinearities in the Data? Tests using Nonparametric Methods
- Tools and techniques
- Automatic Classification Technique in an Environmental Unit Recognition: A Case Study

*L.N.A. Rodrigues and A.C.B. Munari* - Let's Get Physical: Creating a Stocks and Stocks and Flows View of the Australian Economy

*G. M. Turner and F. Poldy* - Interfacing Environmental Simulation Models with Databases using XMLT

*Kokkonen, A. Jolma and K Koivusalo* - Encapsulating Environmental Models and Data using Java and XML

*A.E. Rizzoli, R.J.H. Argent, M. Manglaviti and M. Muttii* - Data Presentation, Structures, Formats and Scalability of Applications ~ How do They Fit Together?

*C.R. Maul* - A Decision Support System for Generating Improved Sugarcane Harvest Schedules

*M.A. Haynes and D.B. Prestwidge* - Reservoir Operation by Fuzzy Reasoning

*A. Joma, E. Turunen, M. Kummu and T. Dubrovin* - Use of Software Components in Model Development.

*C. R. Maul* - Software Tools for Learning and Decision Support

*D.M. Freebairn, J.B. Robinson and S.F. Glanville* - BROWSER A Graphic Tool to Explore Data Relationships.

*D. McClymont, D.M. Freebairn and Y. Abawi* - Integrating Spatial Information Systems and Hydrodynamic Modelling for Cyclone Risk Management

*S. Wealands, A. Zerger, S. Szylkarski and R. Carr*

- Automatic Classification Technique in an Environmental Unit Recognition: A Case Study
- Virtual Simulation Systems and Their Applications
- Virtual Simulation Systems and their Applications

*T.Nakanishi* - New Model for Membrane Peeling in Ocular Surgery Simulator

*N. Mukai, M. Harada, K. Muroi, T. Hikichi and A. Yoshida* - A Parallel Visualization System and its Application to the Earth Simulator

*T. Takei, K. Muramatsu, A. Yoshida and S. Doi* - COMPUTEZE - Relaxed English Simulation Accelerates Computer Word-processing and Data Entry

*P.H.Howden*

- Virtual Simulation Systems and their Applications
- Water quality and sediment transport modelling
- Techniques for Assessing the Performance of a Landscape-Based Sediment Source and Transport Model: Sensitivity Trials and Physical Methods.

*L. T.N. Newham, J.P. Prosser, J.P. Norton, B. F. J-V. Croke and A.J. Jakeman* - Hydrologic Modelling and Monitoring for Sediment Budgets on Small Rangeland Watersheds

*L.J. Lane, P.A. Lawrence, J.R. Kendell and I.R. Levick* - An Appropriate Streamflow-Sediment-Pollutant Model for use by Non-specialist Landcare Groups

*F C Bell* - Understanding Sediment Transport Dynamics: Moving Towards a New Approach

*B. Sivalwmar- and A.W. Jayawardena* - Testing the Hillslope Erosion Model for Application in India, New Zealand and Australia

*A.I. Cogle, L.J. Lane and L. Basher* - Interfacing Soil Erosion Models for the World Wide Web

*D.E. Hall and W.J. Elliot* - Modelling Bioremediation of Acid Mine Drainage in Constructed Ecosystems

*P.C. Whitehead, N. Prior and B.J. Cosby* - Water Quality Functioning ofthe Mersey Basin, England: Historic Perspectives

*L.R. Burton* - Modelling Nutrient Transport in Currency Creek, NSW with AnnAGNPS and PEST

*B. Baginska, W Milne-Home and P.S. Cornish* - Using Neural Network Techniques to Optimize Agricultural Land Management for Minimisation of Nitrogen Leaching

*S. Kralisch, M.Fink, W.-A Flugel and C. Beckstein* - Assessment of the Occurrence of Anoxic and Hypoxic Water Due to Coastal Construction in an Enclosed Water Area

*Md. R. Karim, AJ. Sekine and AI. Ukita* - Modelling Response to Flow and Sediment Regimes Changes due to Construction of a Bridge Upstream of an Existing Bridge

*J.Md. Abdul Hye and S. Jahan* - Using GIS-Linked Hydraulic Model to Manage Confilicting Demands on Water Quality for Shrimp and Rice Production in the Mekong River Delta, Vietnam

*C T. Hoanh, T.P. Tuong, S.P. Kam, N.D. Plwng, N. V. Ngoc llnd E. Lehmann* - Hydrological Modelling of Coastal Catchments with Acid Sulfate Soils

*L.e. Heath, S. Beavis and I. White* - Modelling Runoff and Soil Loss from Bench Terraced Hillslopes in the Volcanic Uplands of West Java. Indonesia

*A.l.J.M. van Dijk and L.A. Bruijnzeel* - Dealing with Problems in Surface Water Quality Management in Upper Austria.

*H.M. Knojlacher* - Integration ofGIS and Simulation Model for Watershed Management

*C. He* - TQM: An Optimum Model for Water Utilities Management?

*S. Ei-Kajajl* - Modelling of Heat Dispersion of Hot Water Discharge of the Cooling Plant of the Meghnaghat Power Plant

*M.M. Zahid Ahmed, Md.Mailboob-ul-Kabir and J. Md. Abdul Hye*

- Techniques for Assessing the Performance of a Landscape-Based Sediment Source and Transport Model: Sensitivity Trials and Physical Methods.