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Publications by author Hill:M.

Integrated environmental modeling: a vision and roadmap for the future

Environmental Modelling & Software, Vol. 39 (January 2013), pp. 3-23,


Integrated environmental modeling (IEM) is inspired by modern environmental problems, decisions, and policies and enabled by transdisciplinary science and computer capabilities that allow the environment to be considered in a holistic way. The problems are characterized by the extent of the environmental system involved, dynamic and interdependent nature of stressors and their impacts, diversity of stakeholders, and integration of social, economic, and environmental considerations. IEM provides a science-based structure to develop and organize relevant knowledge and information and apply it to ...


EUNIS Habitat Classification - Revised



The habitat classification forms an integral part of the European Nature Information System (EUNIS), developed and managed by the European Topic Centre for Nature Protection and Biodiversity (ETC/NPB in Paris) for the European Environment Agency (EEA) and the European Environmental Information Observation Network (EIONET). The EUNIS habitat system consists of a database together with explanatory documentation. EUNIS habitats are arranged in a hierarchy, starting at level 1. They provide a comprehensive typology for the habitats of Europe and its adjoining seas. ...


The geographical relationships of British and Irish vascular plants

Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, Vol. 124, No. 1. (May 1997), pp. 1-120,


Classifications of British and Irish vascular plants into floristic elements are reviewed. Only H.C. Watson and J.R. Matthews have attempted to devise a more or less comprehensive classification, based on the British range of the species (Watson) or the European distribution (Matthews). A new classification of 1481 native species is presented, based on their range in the Northern Hemisphere. Species are classified by their occurrence in one or more major biomes (Arctic, Boreal, Temperate, Southern) and their longitudinal distribution (Oceanic, Suboceanic, ...

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