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Maths formula leads researchers to source of pollution
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Identification of multiple moving pollution sources in surface waters or atmospheric media with boundary observations
The published version of the paper “Identification of multiple moving pollution sources in surface waters or atmospheric media with boundary observations” (M Andrle and A El Badia 2012 Inverse Problems 28 075009) is freely available online.
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