K.-E. Lindenschmidt

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HLA (High Level Architecture) is a computer architecture for constructing distributed simulations. It facilitates interoperability among different simulations and simulation types and promotes reuse of simulation software modules. The core of the HLA is the Run-Time Infrastructure (RTI) that provides services to start and stop a simulation execution, to(More)
Aside from a companion investigation to this study, there are currently no peer-reviewed phosphorus (P) release rate data for northern North American (i.e., Canadian) reservoirs. Using Lake Diefenbaker, Saskatchewan, Canada as a case study, we tested the effect of variation in overlying water DO conditions on the P release rates from sediment cores.(More)
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