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Preface. List of Figures. List of Tables. Introduction (John Wainwright and Mark Mulligan). Section A: Modelling and Model Building. 1 Modelling and Model Building (John Wainwright and Mark Mulligan). Section B: The State of the Art in Environmental Modelling. 2 Climate and Climate System Modelling (L. D. Danny Harvey). 3 Soil and Hillslope Hydrology (Andrew Baird). 4 Catchment Hydrology (Mark Mulligan). 5 Modelling Fluvial Processes and Interactions (Katerina Michaelides and John Wainwright). 6 Modelling the Ecology of Plants (Colin P. Osbourne). 7 Spatial Population Models for Animals (George L. W. Perry and Nick R. Bond). 8 Ecosystem Modelling: Vegetation and Disturbance (Stefano Mazzoleni, Francisco Rego, Francesco Giannino and Colin Legg). 9 Erosion and Sediment Transport (John N. Quinton). 10 Modelling Slope Instability (Andrew Collison and James Griffiths). 11 Finding simplicity in complexity in biogeochemical modelling (Harald Sverdrup and Hördur Haraldsson). 12 Modelling human decision making (John Wainwright and Mark Mulligan). 13 Modelling land-use change (Eric F. Lambin). Section C: Models for Management. 14 Models in Policy Formulation and Assessment: The WADBOS decision support system (Guy Engelen). 15 Decision Support Systems for Managing Water Resources (Sophia Burke). 16 Soil Erosion and Conservation (Mark A. Nearing). 17 Modelling in Forest Management (Mark J. Twery). 18 Stability and Instability in the Management of Mediterranean Desertification (John B. Thornes). Section D: Current and Future Developments. 19 Scaling Issues in Environmental Modelling (Xiaoyang Zhang, Nick A. Drake and John Wainwright). 20 Environmental Applications of Computational Fluid Dynamics (Nigel G. Wright and Chris J. Baker). 21 Self-Organization and Cellular Automata Models (David Favis-Mortlock). 22 Data-Based Mechanistic Modelling and the Simplification of Environmental Systems (Peter C. Young, Arun Chotai and Keith J. Beven). 23 Pointers for the Future (John Wainwright and Mark Mulligan).