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Incorporating nutrient content elasticity in the MAKEDEP model

Alveteg, Mattias LU ; Kurz, Daniel and Becker, Rolf (2002) SUFOR International Workshop 2002(1). p.52-67
Abstract
The MAKEDEP model is designed to produce the time series of atmospheric

deposition and nutrient uptake and cycling needed by dynamic soil chemistry models such as SAFE.

A range of new features were implemented in the MAKEDEP model including

separate treatment of several tree compartments (e.g. root, stem, bark, branch,

canopy) and variable nutrient content in the different compartments. The model is designed to produce output that can easily be used as input to the multi-layer soil chemistry model SAFE.

The introduction of variable nutrient content calls for a separate treatment of

biomass and stored nutrients and also affects the calibration procedure used in the MAKEDEP model
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nutrient uptake, forest growth, dynamic modelling, historic deposition, acidification, SAFE model
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Sustainable Forestry inTemperate Regions - Proceedings from the SUFOR International Workshop, April 7-9, 2002 (Reports in Ecology and Environmental Engineering )
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Björk, Lena
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2002
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1
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167 pages
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Department of Chemical Engineering, Lund University
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SUFOR International Workshop
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Sweden
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2002-04-07
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1104-2877
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SUFOR
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English
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  abstract     = {The MAKEDEP model is designed to produce the time series of atmospheric <br/><br>
deposition and nutrient uptake and cycling needed by dynamic soil chemistry models such as SAFE. <br/><br>
A range of new features were implemented in the MAKEDEP model including <br/><br>
separate treatment of several tree compartments (e.g. root, stem, bark, branch, <br/><br>
canopy) and variable nutrient content in the different compartments. The model is designed to produce output that can easily be used as input to the multi-layer soil chemistry model SAFE. <br/><br>
The introduction of variable nutrient content calls for a separate treatment of <br/><br>
biomass and stored nutrients and also affects the calibration procedure used in the MAKEDEP model},
  author       = {Alveteg, Mattias and Kurz, Daniel and Becker, Rolf},
  booktitle    = {Sustainable Forestry inTemperate Regions - Proceedings from the SUFOR International Workshop, April 7-9, 2002 (Reports in Ecology and Environmental Engineering )},
  editor       = {Björk, Lena},
  issn         = {1104-2877},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {52--67},
  publisher    = {Department of Chemical Engineering, Lund University},
  title        = {Incorporating nutrient content elasticity in the MAKEDEP model},
  url          = {http://www.sufor.nu/Webbsidor/Workshopdokument/Proceedings.pdf},
  volume       = {2002},
  year         = {2002},
}