Tags: Terrestrial Ecosystem Model (TEM)

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  1. Global Methane Fluxes from Wetland using Mechanistically-based Biogeochemistry Model

    2019-08-22 16:25:17 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Licheng Liu, Qianlai Zhuang | doi:10.4231/W1M6-4651

    Methane flux output from Terrestrial Ecosystem Model and Methane Dynamics Model (TEM-MDM) and data used in visualization.


  2. Microbial decomposition processes and vulnerable arctic soil organic carbon in the 21st century

    2019-07-23 01:44:08 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Junrong Zha, Qianlai Zhuang | doi:10.4231/ANMV-J384

    Various levels of representations of biogeochemical processes in current biogeochemistry models contribute to uncertainty in carbon budget quantification. Detailed microbial mechanisms were incorporated into TEM 5.0 (Terrestrial Ecosystem Model).


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