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Type: Journal Article | Journal: Environmental monitoring and assessment | Year: 2013

Cellular automata provide the key to a dynamic modelling and simulation framework that integrates socio-economic with environmental models, and that operates at both micro and macro geographical scales. An application to the problem of forecasting the effect of climate change on a small island state suggests that such modelling techniques could help planners and policy makers design more effective policies - policies better tuned both to specific local needs and to overall socio-economic and environmental constraints.

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