MODSIM07

Land, Water and Environmental Management: Integrated Systems for Sustainability                                                                                       Land & Water

The congress theme of "Land, Water and Environmental Management: Integrated Systems for Sustainability" was selected to reinforce the importance of modelling integrated systems within a context of sustainability focussing, in particular, on the recurrent MODSIM themes of land and water. There was also a focus on the application of modelling and simulation techniques to a broad range of real-world problems.

Proceedings

Editors: Les Oxley and Don Kulasiri

Department of Economics, The University of Canterbury, New Zealand
les.oxley@canterbury.ac.nz

Centre for Advanced Computational Solutions, Lincoln University, New Zealand
kulasirid@lincoln.ac.nz

Citing Papers in Proceedings

Papers from these proceedings should be cited using this format:

Basnet, B.B. and Apan, A. A. (2007) Degree of Site Suitability Measurement in a GIS: The Effect of Standardisation Method. In Oxley, L. and Kulasiri, D. (eds) MODSIM 2007 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, December 2007, pp. 74-80. ISBN : 978-0-9758400-4-7. 
http:/www.mssanz.au/modsim07/Papers/DegreeofSite_s44_Basenet_.pdf  

Responsibility for the contents of MODSIM papers rests with the Authors, with MSSANZ guaranteeing the paper peer-review process. All papers in these proceedings were refereed by at least two independent reviewers.

No-shows

If the presenting author of an accepted article does not attend the congress, by default the paper will not appear in the proceedings. Under extenuating circumstances, this position may be revisited on a case-by-case basis.

Copyright statement

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