Analyzing the ecosystem carbon and hydrologic characteristics of forested wetland using a biogeochemical process model

@inproceedings{Psnmax2005AnalyzingTE,
  title={Analyzing the ecosystem carbon and hydrologic characteristics of forested wetland using a biogeochemical process model},
  author={Gross Psnmax},
  year={2005}
}
  • Gross Psnmax
  • Published 2005
A comprehensive biogeochemical model, Wetland-DNDC, was applied to analyze the carbon and hydrologic characteristics of forested wetland ecosystem at Minnesota (MN) and Florida (FL) sites. The model simulates the flows of carbon, energy, and water in forested wetlands. Modeled carbon dynamics depends on physiological plant factors, the size of plant pools, environmental factors, and the total amount and turnover rates of soil organic matter. The model realistically simulated water level… CONTINUE READING
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