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Type: Taverna 2 Tag: model Licence: by-sa Group: BioVel Workshop
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Workflow Biome-BGC ESI version 1.4.1 (3)

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Biome-BGC is a process-based biogeochemical model that can be used to simulate carbon, nitrogen and water fluxes of different terrestrial ecosystems. The model can help us to quantify a broad range of ecosystem service indicators. These newly developed measures include: annual wood increment, yearly production of grasslands or croplands, total average carbon stock, annual evapotranspiration, damping of ecosystem daily water outflow, living and dead biomass protecting the soil against erosion,...

Created: 2013-08-12 | Last updated: 2014-10-04

Credits: User Ferenc HORVATH User Dora Krasser User Peter Ittzes Network-member BioVeL

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Workflow Biome-BGC CARBON 1.2 (4)

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Biome-BGC is a process-based biogeochemical model that can be used to simulate carbon, nitrogen and water fluxes of different terrestrial ecosystems. A new version of the model, called Biome-BGC MuSo was developed to perform more realistic simulations in terms of soil hydrology, and improved ecosystem management options essentially (Hidy et al. 2012; Hidy & Barcza 2014). The Biome-BGC CARBON service executes a single simulation run at a given geographic location under that distinctive environ...

Created: 2013-06-04 | Last updated: 2015-06-12

Credits: User Ferenc HORVATH User Dora Krasser User Peter Ittzes User Zoltan BARCZA Network-member BioVeL

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Workflow Biome-BGC MCE 1.4.1 (4)

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Biome-BGC is a process-based biogeochemical model that can be used to simulate carbon, nitrogen and water fluxes of different terrestrial ecosystems. Two models were implemented: Biome-BGC 4.1.1 MPI (Trusilova et al. 2009) and Biome-BGC MuSo 3.0 (Hidy & Barcza 2014). Its has about 40 and 60 various parameters. The only way to estimate or set these parameters is "calibration" (data-model-harmonization or model-data-fusion), which demands a hugh amount of computational capacity. Monte Carlo Exp...

Created: 2013-06-04 | Last updated: 2014-10-04

Credits: User Ferenc HORVATH User Zoltan BARCZA User Dora Krasser User Peter Ittzes Network-member BioVeL

Workflow Eigen analysis (3)

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The Eigen analysis results are a set of demographic statistics: 1) Lambda or dominant eigenvalue: The population will be stable, grow or decrease at a rate given by lambda: eg: ? = 1 (population is stable), ? > 1 (population is growing) and finally ? < 1 (populatiopn is decreasing) . 2) The stable stage distribution: It is the proportion of the number of individuals per stage and it is given by (w). Elasticity and Sensitivity: Sensitivity and elasticity analyses are prospective analyses....

Created: 2012-11-02 | Last updated: 2014-07-25

Credits: User Maria Paula Balcazar-Vargas User Jon Giddy User Gerard Oostermeijer

Attributions: Workflow Matrix Population Model construction and analysis v20 Workflow Matrix Population Model analysis v12 Blob Stage Matrix of Gentiana pneumonanthe 1987-88

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