D. J. Wright

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Numerical simulation models provide a way to understand and predict the behavior of natural and human systems. Ideally, spatially-explicit models would be easily linked to a geographic information system (GIS) for data analysis and visualization. In the past, these two have not been well integrated for scientific uses. This lack of true integration hinders(More)
IN clinical biochemistry laboratories, the importance of quantitative enzyme assays and enzyme-linked analyses steadily increases, and the merits of kinetic methods for monitoring these reactions are well recognised [1 ]. Reviews of the kinetic aspects of analytical chemistry [2] and of the applications of enzymes in analytical chemistry [3] indicate the(More)
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