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Chapter 27: Developing your own in-class simulations: design advice and a ‘commons’ simulation example
27. Developing your own in-class simulations: design advice and a ‘commons’ simulation example Mark A. Boyer and Elizabeth T. Smith Simulations have long been part of scientific research methods. Meteorologists use computer simulations to help pr...
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