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 REFSGAARD, Jens Christian, Jeroen P. VAN DER SLUIJS, James BROWN and Peter VAN DER KEUR, 2006. A\_framework for dealing with uncertainty due to model structure error. //Advances in Water Resources//​. **29**(11), 1586–1597. ISSN 0309-1708. DOI:​\_[[https://​doi.org/​10.1016/​j.advwatres.2005.11.013|10.1016/​j.advwatres.2005.11.013]] REFSGAARD, Jens Christian, Jeroen P. VAN DER SLUIJS, James BROWN and Peter VAN DER KEUR, 2006. A\_framework for dealing with uncertainty due to model structure error. //Advances in Water Resources//​. **29**(11), 1586–1597. ISSN 0309-1708. DOI:​\_[[https://​doi.org/​10.1016/​j.advwatres.2005.11.013|10.1016/​j.advwatres.2005.11.013]]
  
-WILSON, R.D., S.F. THORNTON, A. HUETTMANN, M. GUTIERREZ-NERI and H. SLENDERS, 2005. //​CoronaScreen :​ Process-based models for natural attenuation assessment: guidance for the application of NA assessment screening models//. 2005. University of Sheffield, UK; TNO Institute of Environmental Sciences, The Netherlands. Dostupné ​z: https://​www.sheffield.ac.uk/​polopoly_fs/​1.521443!/​file/​CORONA-Guidance-Document-v1.0.pdf+WILSON, R.D., S.F. THORNTON, A. HUETTMANN, M. GUTIERREZ-NERI and H. SLENDERS, 2005. //​CoronaScreen :​ Process-based models for natural attenuation assessment: guidance for the application of NA assessment screening models//. 2005. University of Sheffield, UK; TNO Institute of Environmental Sciences, The Netherlands. Dostupné\_z: https://​www.sheffield.ac.uk/​polopoly_fs/​1.521443!/​file/​CORONA-Guidance-Document-v1.0.pdf
  
  
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 “…simple models are a good place to start because their transparent features provide clarity. A simple model is something to build on. In its sleek lines and limited assumptions,​ it can provide a base for elaboration while capturing the essence of a variety of more detailed possible explanations.” Levin (2007), citováno podle Fatichi et al. (2016). “…simple models are a good place to start because their transparent features provide clarity. A simple model is something to build on. In its sleek lines and limited assumptions,​ it can provide a base for elaboration while capturing the essence of a variety of more detailed possible explanations.” Levin (2007), citováno podle Fatichi et al. (2016).
  
 +A wise man has great power; and a knowledgeable man increases strength; for by wise guidance you wage your war; and victory is in many advisors. [[http://​www.obohu.cz/​bible/​index.php?​styl=WEB&​v=6&​kv=6&​k=Pr&​kap=24#​v6|Bible:​ Proverbs 24:5–6]]
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 > **[[cs:​simple|Czech version of this document is much more elaborate]]** because it references part of my  [[cs:​simplealt|updated dissertation]] that contains both theoretical part and several [[cs:​casestudies|case studies]]. > **[[cs:​simple|Czech version of this document is much more elaborate]]** because it references part of my  [[cs:​simplealt|updated dissertation]] that contains both theoretical part and several [[cs:​casestudies|case studies]].
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