Ten steps applied to development and evaluation of process-based biogeochemical models of estuaries

@article{Robson2008TenSA,
  title={Ten steps applied to development and evaluation of process-based biogeochemical models of estuaries},
  author={Barbara J. Robson and David P. Hamilton and Ian T. Webster and Terence Chan},
  journal={Environmental Modelling and Software},
  year={2008},
  volume={23},
  pages={369-384}
}
The procedures involved in model development may be set out as a ten-step process, beginning with defining the purpose of the model and ending with evaluation of the appropriateness and utility of the completed model. This process, recently outlined by Jakeman et al. [2006], is often iterative as model development is a continuous process that refines and improves the intended capacity of the model. Here, we show how the ten steps of model development are relevant to process-based biogeochemical… CONTINUE READING
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