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dataset : BOREAS TE-19 Ecosystem Carbon Balance Model
BOREAS TE-19 Ecosystem Carbon Balance Model
ABSTRACT: The BOREAS TE-19 team developed a model called the Spruce and Moss Model (SPAM) designed to simulate the daily carbon balance of a black spruce/moss boreal forest ecosystem. It is driven by daily weather conditions, and consists of four components: (1) soil climate; (2) tree photosynthesis and respiration; (3) moss photosynthesis and respiration; and (4) litter decomposition and associated heterotrophic respiration. The model simulates tree gross and net photosynthesis, wood respiration, live root respiration, moss gross and net photosynthesis, and heterotrophic respiration (decomposition of root litter, young needle and moss litter, and humus). These values can be combined to generate predictions of total site net ecosystem exchange of carbon (NEE), total soil dark respiration (live roots + heterotrophs + live moss), spruce and moss net productivity, and net carbon accumulation in the soil. The files include source code and sample input and output files in ASCII format.daac.ornl.gov
Identified by : BOREAS_TE19MODL
This dataset was released on January 01, 1999.
The time range for this dataset is January 01, 1968 to December 31, 1995.
The spatial range for this dataset is 50° to 60° latitude, and -111° to -94° longitude. map (center)DOI : 10.3334/ORNLDAAC/487
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