Visualization in Marine Science

@article{Wolanski2000VisualizationIM,
  title={Visualization in Marine Science},
  author={Eric Wolanski and Simon Spagnol and Patrick Gentien and Malcolm L. Spaulding and David Prandle},
  journal={Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science},
  year={2000},
  volume={50},
  pages={7-9}
}
Most marine scientists will have attended meetings or read papers where authors struggle to explain underlying processes hidden in vast, complex data sets originating from observations and/or models. These authors used a large number of graphs and displayed large tables to distil some meaningful characteristics, but all too often the reader is left puzzled or unconvinced. In part this reflects the spatial and temporal complexity of the marine environment. A range of data analysis techniques and… 

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