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PISCES Research Project: Improving Ecohydraulic Modelling and Experimentation
Author : Stuart McLelland
Ecohydraulic modelling and experimentation are essential if we are to improve our understanding and management of the environment since organisms can modify their environment and they and their behaviour can be modified by the environment around them. The PISCES project in HYDRLALAB IV aims to improve the physical modelling of plants and animals through the development and improvement of measurement technologies and experimental methodologies and protocols.
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Article : Issue 3 - EU Hydraulic Research Infrastructure Network: Hydralab IV
Date Published : 03/10/2014
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