Mathematical Modelling of Aquatic Ecosystem

Sharif E. Guseynov, Jekaterina V. Aleksejeva

Abstract


In present paper we consider the complete statements of initial-boundary problems for the modelling of various aspects of aqueous systems in Latvia. All the proposed models are the evolutionary models: all they are nonstationary and continuous qualitative models having the dynamic parameters and aimed at analysis, evaluation and forecast of aqueous systems (reservoirs, lakes and seas). In constructing these mathematical models as research tools classic apparatus of differential equations (both ODE and PDE) as well as apparatus of mathematical physics were used. 


Keywords


Environmental pollution; aqueous ecosystem; mathematical modelling; multicomponent dynamic model

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17770/etr2015vol3.192

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