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Biophysical Models and Applications in Ecosystem Analysis

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By: Jiquan Chen(Author)
Biophysical Models and Applications in Ecosystem Analysis
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The past five decades have witnessed a rapid growth of computer models for simulating ecosystem functions and dynamics. This has been fuelled by the availability of remote sensing data, computation capability, and cross-disciplinary knowledge. These models contain many submodules for simulating different processes and forcing mechanisms, albeit it has become challenging to truly understand the details due to their complexity. Most ecosystem models, fortunately, are rooted in a few core biophysical foundations, such as the widely recognized Farquhar model, Ball-Berry-Leuning and Medlyn family models, Penman-Monteith equation, Priestley-Taylor model, and Michaelis-Menten kinetics.

An introduction of biophysical essentials, four chapters present the core algorithms and their behaviours in modelling ecosystem production, respiration, evapotranspiration, and global warming potentials. Each chapter is composed of a brief introduction of the literature, in which model algorithms, their assumptions, and performances are described in detail. Spreadsheet (or Python codes) templates are included in each chapter for modelling exercises with different input parameters as online materials, which include datasets, parameter estimation, and real-world applications (e.g., calculations of global warming potentials). Users can also apply their own datasets. The materials included in Biophysical Models and Applications in Ecosystem Analysis serve as effective tools for users to understand model behaviours and uses with specified conditions and in situ applications.

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Jiquan Chen is a professor in the Department of Geography, Environment, and Spatial Sciences at Michigan State University.

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