In the framework of the Diderot Mathematical Forum (DMF) of the European Mathematical Society (EMS), December 19-20, 1997, a Videoconference was held linking three teams of specialists in Amsterdam, Madrid and Venice respectively. The general subject of this videoconference, the second one of the DMF series, was Mathematics and Environment and more specifically, Problems related to Water.This volume contains the texts of the Madrid site contributions with important, new and unpublished, examples on the modeling, mathematical and numerical analysis and treatment of the associated control problems of relevant questions arising in Oceanography and Environment.
Acontrol methods in waste water discharges.- On the approximate controllability of Stackelberg-Nash strategies.- 3D Simulation in the lower troposphere: wind field adjustment to observational data and dispersion of air pollutants from combustion of sulfur-containing fuel.- B: Numerical methods in oceanic circulation.- Eulerian versus semi-Lagrangian schemes in some ocean circulation problems: a preliminary study.- Numerical simulation in Oceanography. Applications to the Alboran Sea and the Strait of Gibraltar.- Simulation of reactive transport in groundwater. A comparison of two calculation methods.