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Subsurface Environmental Modelling Between Science and Policy, Hardback Book

Subsurface Environmental Modelling Between Science and Policy Hardback

Part of the Advances in Geophysical and Environmental Mechanics and Mathematics series

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This book provides a broad overview of essential features of subsurface environmental modelling at the science-policy interface, offering insights into the potential challenges in the field of subsurface flow and transport, as well as the corresponding computational modelling and its impact on the area of policy- and decision-making.

The book is divided into two parts: Part I presents models, methods and software at the science-policy interface.

Building on this, Part II illustrates the specifications using detailed case studies of subsurface environmental modelling.

It also includes a systematic research overview and discusses the anthropogenic use of the subsurface, with a particular focus on energy-related technologies, such as carbon sequestration, geothermal technologies, fluid and energy storage, nuclear waste disposal, and unconventional oil and gas recovery.

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