Modeling Data

Models are used in many collaborating projects. Output from these models are tagged with the keyword "models". To find these datasets use the following keyword link.

Model Output Datasets - Arctic LTER datasets tagged with the LTER controlled vocabulary term models.

Model output data
Title Abstract
Model output, drivers and parameters for Ecosystem Recovery from Disturbance is Constrained by N Cycle Openness, Vegetation-Soil N Distribution, Form of N Losses, and the Balance Between Vegetation and Soil-Microbial Processes
Files used to generate the data for figures in:
Rastetter, EB, Kling, GW, Shaver, GR, Crump, BC, Gough, L. Ecosystem Recovery from Disturbance Is Constrained by N Cycle Openness, Vegetation-Soil N Distribution, Form of N Losses, and the Balance between Vegetation and Soil-Microbial Processes. Ecosystems (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10021-020-00542-3.
This paper present a framework for assessing biogeochemical recovery of terrestrial ecosystems from disturbance. We identify three... more
Model executable, output, drivers and parameters for modeling organism acclimation to changing availability of and requirements for substitutable and interdependent resources
Files used to generate the data for figures in: Rastetter, EB, Kwiatkowski, BL. An approach to modeling resource optimization for substitutable and interdependent resources. Ecological Modelling (2020). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2020.109033. This paper presents a hierarchical approach to modeling organism acclimation to changing availability of and requirements for substitutable and interdependent resources. Substitutable resources are resources that fill the same metabolic or... more
Modeling Data
Title Abstract
The role of down-slope water and nutrient fluxes in the response of Arctic hill slopes to climate change, output from MBLGEMIII for typical tussock-tundra hill slope near Toolik Field Station, Alaska.
Output data sets of the MBL-GEM III model for a typical tussock-tundra hill slope. The model is described in two papers:
Le Dizès, S., Kwiatkowski B.L., Rastetter E.B., Hope A., Hobbie J.E., Stow D., Daeschner S., 2003 Modelling biogeochemical responses of tundra ecosystems to temporal and spatial variations in climate in the Kuparuk River Basin (Alaska), Journal of Geophysical Research Vol. 108 No. D2 10.1029/2001JD000960.
Rastetter, E.B., B. L. Kwiatkowski, S. Le Dizès, and J.E. Hobbie... more
Modeling biogeochemical responses of tundra ecosystems to temporal and spatial variations in climate in the Kuparuk River Basin , Alaska, 1921 to 2100.
Output data set of the MBL-GEM III model run for tussock tundra in the Kuparuk River Basin, Alaska, described in detail in Le Dizès, S., B. L. Kwiatkowski, E. B. Rastetter, A. Hope, J. E. Hobbie, D. Stow, and S. Daeschner, Modeling biogeochemical responses of tundra ecosystems to temporal and spatial variations in climate in the Kuparuk River Basin (Alaska), J. Geophys. Res., 108(D2), 8165, doi:10.1029/2001JD000960, 2003.
We ran the model at a 10 km x 10 km resolution for 123 cells at a... more
Modeling
Long-term changes in tundra carbon balance following wildfire, climate change and potential nutrient addition, a modeling analysis.
A study investigating the mechanisms that control long-term response of tussock tundra to fire and to increases in air temperature, CO2, nitrogen deposition and phosphorus weathering. The MBL MEL was used to simulate the recovery of three types of tussock tundra, unburned, moderately burned, and severely burned in response to changes in climate and nutrient additions. The simulations indicate that the recovery of nutrients lost during wildfire is difficult under a warming climate because... more
Modelling data and results
Modeling Ecosystems recovery from Disturbance.
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