Geoscientific Model Development A new marine ecosystem model for the University of Victoria Earth System Climate Model

@inproceedings{Keller2012GeoscientificMD,
  title={Geoscientific Model Development A new marine ecosystem model for the University of Victoria Earth System Climate Model},
  author={David P. Keller and Andreas Oschlies and Michael J. Eby},
  year={2012}
}
Earth System Climate Models (ESCMs) are valuable tools that can be used to gain a better understanding of the climate system, global biogeochemical cycles and how anthropogenically-driven changes may affect them. Here we describe improvements made to the marine biogeochemical ecosystem component of the University of Victoria’s ESCM (version 2.9). Major changes include corrections to the code and equations describing phytoplankton light limitation and zooplankton grazing, the implementation of a… CONTINUE READING
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