The book series Earth Systems Data & Models publishes state-of-the-art research and technologies aimed at understanding processes and interactions in the earth system. A special emphasis is given to theory, methods, and tools used in earth, planetary and environmental sciences for: modeling, observation and analysis; data generation, assimilation and visualization; forecasting and simulation; and optimization. Topics in the series include but are not limited to: numerical, data-driven and agent-based modeling of the earth system; uncertainty analysis of models; geodynamic simulations, climate change, weather forecasting, hydroinformatics, and complex ecological models; model evaluation for decision-making processes and other earth science applications; and remote sensing and GIS technology. The series publishes monographs, edited volumes and selected conference proceedings addressing an interdisciplinary audience, which not only includes geologists, hydrologists, meteorologists, chemists, biologists and ecologists but also physicists, engineers and applied mathematicians, as well as policy makers who use model outputs as the basis of decision-making processes.
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