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Elemental Computation: From Non-human Media to More-than- Digital Information Systems

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Elemental Computation : From Non-human Media to More-than- Digital Information Systems . / Szerszynski, Bronislaw; Clark, Nigel.

Routledge Handbook of the Digital Environmental Humanities. ed. / Charles Travis; Deborah Dixon; Luke Bergmann; Robert Legg; Arlene Crampsie. 1st ed. ed. Abingdon-on-Thames : Routledge, 2022. p. 516-527.

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Harvard

Szerszynski, B & Clark, N 2022, Elemental Computation: From Non-human Media to More-than- Digital Information Systems . in C Travis, D Dixon, L Bergmann, R Legg & A Crampsie (eds), Routledge Handbook of the Digital Environmental Humanities. 1st ed. edn, Routledge, Abingdon-on-Thames, pp. 516-527. <https://www.routledge.com/Routledge-Handbook-of-the-Digital-Environmental-Humanities/Travis-Dixon-Bergmann-Legg-Crampsie/p/book/9780367536633>

APA

Szerszynski, B., & Clark, N. (2022). Elemental Computation: From Non-human Media to More-than- Digital Information Systems . In C. Travis, D. Dixon, L. Bergmann, R. Legg, & A. Crampsie (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of the Digital Environmental Humanities (1st ed. ed., pp. 516-527). Routledge. https://www.routledge.com/Routledge-Handbook-of-the-Digital-Environmental-Humanities/Travis-Dixon-Bergmann-Legg-Crampsie/p/book/9780367536633

Vancouver

Szerszynski B, Clark N. Elemental Computation: From Non-human Media to More-than- Digital Information Systems . In Travis C, Dixon D, Bergmann L, Legg R, Crampsie A, editors, Routledge Handbook of the Digital Environmental Humanities. 1st ed. ed. Abingdon-on-Thames: Routledge. 2022. p. 516-527

Author

Szerszynski, Bronislaw ; Clark, Nigel. / Elemental Computation : From Non-human Media to More-than- Digital Information Systems . Routledge Handbook of the Digital Environmental Humanities. editor / Charles Travis ; Deborah Dixon ; Luke Bergmann ; Robert Legg ; Arlene Crampsie. 1st ed. ed. Abingdon-on-Thames : Routledge, 2022. pp. 516-527

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