Integrated Biosphere Simulator - Further Reading

Further Reading

  • Kucharik, C. J., J. A. Foley, C. Delire, V. A. Fisher, M. T. Coe, J. D. Lenters, C. Young-Molling, N. Ramankutty, J. M. Norman, S. T. Gower, Testing the performance of a Dynamic Global Ecosystem Model: Water balance, carbon balance, and vegetation structure, Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 14(3), 795-826, 10.1029/1999GB001138, 2000.
  • Foley, Jonathan A.; Prentice, I. Colin; Ramankutty, Navin; Levis, Samuel; Pollard, David; Sitch, Steven; Haxeltine, Alex, An integrated biosphere model of land surface processes, terrestrial carbon balance, and vegetation dynamics
  • Global Biogeochemical Cycles, Volume 10, Issue 4, p. 603-628.
  • Integrated Biosphere Simulator Model (IBIS), Version 2.5.
  • IBIS (Integrated BIosphere Simulator).

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