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Selecting the optimal spatial detail and process complexity for modeling environmental systems

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Van Hoey, Stijn, Ingmar Nopens, G Engelen, H Van der Kwast, J De Kok, and Piet Seuntjens. 2010. “Selecting the Optimal Spatial Detail and Process Complexity for Modeling Environmental Systems.” In Looking at Catchments in Colors, Abstracts.
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Van Hoey, S., Nopens, I., Engelen, G., Van der Kwast, H., De Kok, J., & Seuntjens, P. (2010). Selecting the optimal spatial detail and process complexity for modeling environmental systems. Looking at Catchments in Colors, Abstracts. Presented at the Looking at Catchments in Colors : Debating new ways of generating and filtering information in hydrology.
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Van Hoey S, Nopens I, Engelen G, Van der Kwast H, De Kok J, Seuntjens P. Selecting the optimal spatial detail and process complexity for modeling environmental systems. Looking at Catchments in Colors, Abstracts. 2010.
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Van Hoey, Stijn, Ingmar Nopens, G Engelen, et al. “Selecting the Optimal Spatial Detail and Process Complexity for Modeling Environmental Systems.” Looking at Catchments in Colors, Abstracts. 2010. Print.
@inproceedings{3004679,
  author       = {Van Hoey, Stijn and Nopens, Ingmar and Engelen, G and Van der Kwast, H and De Kok, J and Seuntjens, Piet},
  booktitle    = {Looking at Catchments in Colors, Abstracts},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Luxemburg, GD Luxemburg},
  title        = {Selecting the optimal spatial detail and process complexity for modeling environmental systems},
  year         = {2010},
}