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The use of fuzzy logic for data analysis and modelling of European harmful algal blooms: results of the HABES project

Blauw, A.N., Anderson, P., Estrada, M., Johansen, M., Laanemets, J., Peperzak, L., Purdie, D., Raine, R. and Vahtera, E. (2006) The use of fuzzy logic for data analysis and modelling of European harmful algal blooms: results of the HABES project African Journal of Marine Science, 28, (2), pp. 365-369.

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Abstract

Fuzzy logic was applied to model blooms of Nodularia spumigena, Dinophysis spp., Alexandrium minutum, Karenia mikimotoi and Phaeocystis globosaat various European sites as part of the Harmful Algal Blooms Expert System (HABES) project. This modelling approach was useful in performing integrated analyses of inter-acting physical and biological factors involved in HABs. A basic knowledge of HAB formation and sufficient data are a prerequisite for successful bloom prediction.

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Published date: 2006
Keywords: fuzzy logic, harmful algal blooms, model

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Local EPrints ID: 41849
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/41849
ISSN: 1814-232X
PURE UUID: dddef57d-d3c9-4326-95f4-8f910584b967

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Date deposited: 09 Oct 2006
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:26

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Author: A.N. Blauw
Author: P. Anderson
Author: M. Estrada
Author: M. Johansen
Author: J. Laanemets
Author: L. Peperzak
Author: D. Purdie
Author: R. Raine
Author: E. Vahtera

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