地球環境と植生の相互作用に関する研究 A Study on the Interaction of Global Environment with Vegetation

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As the importance of the Dynamic Global Vegetation Models (DGVMs) have been recognized recently, the main purpose of this study is to coordinate a DGVM, which uses atmospheric conditions and terrestrial vegetations as inputs and simulates the processes of the near-surface exchange of energy, carbon, nitrogen and water, the process of phenology, the processes compete between plant types, and the processes of carbon and nitrogen balance, to beused as a platform of analyzing the interaction of global environment with vegetation. To evaluate its applicability, IBIS (the Integrated Biosphere Simulator) is employed and applied to East Asian region to evaluate long-term variation of vegetation type. Good agreement is obtained in comparing the calculated vegetation map with the Satellite Image.

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  • Proceedings of the Symposium on Global Environment

    Proceedings of the Symposium on Global Environment (10), 57-62, 2002

    Japan Society of Civil Engineers

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