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Robert Muetzelfeldt
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Role of computer models in climate debates
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Simon Buckingham Shum May 8, 2008.


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My main interest is in the methodology of ecological and environmental modelling, esp the development of software tools to support the modelling process, and in the use of XML-related technologies for representing and working with models. Long-standing interest in the symbolic representation of ecological knowledge, including argumentation and argument-mapping of environmentally-related issues.
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At 23:46 on April 14, 2008, David Price said…
Hi Robert,

Welcome to the group -- and thanks for joining.

At 0:18 on April 15, 2008, David Price said…
Thanks Robert: interpreting in both directions will be a vital role (and, having started to explore the Simulistics website this evening, it's clear that you have many more roles to play too).

At 1:17 on May 23, 2008, George E. Mobus said…

Several folks are discussing embedding modeling in the platform at the top forum discussion (New Global Sensemakers), in case you hadn't seen the traffic.


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