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“…At the International Water Association ("IWA"), future cities seen from the aquatic environment have become a major subject of study [5]. The National Institute for Environmental Studies [6], Okugawa et al [7], and Tsujikura et al [8] each have models like the one we seek to develop here, which considers both the water cycle and material cycle. The merits of these models are that they recreate the phenomenon in detail, and make possible environmental assessments that display a high degree of accuracy.…”
Section: Review Of Prior Studymentioning
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“…At the International Water Association ("IWA"), future cities seen from the aquatic environment have become a major subject of study [5]. The National Institute for Environmental Studies [6], Okugawa et al [7], and Tsujikura et al [8] each have models like the one we seek to develop here, which considers both the water cycle and material cycle. The merits of these models are that they recreate the phenomenon in detail, and make possible environmental assessments that display a high degree of accuracy.…”
Section: Review Of Prior Studymentioning