Tropical forest carbon balance, MATLAB Programming

As shown in Figure 1, Ecosystem carbon (C) cycles in a tropical forest can be modeled using three "compartments":  aboveground (AG), belowground (BG), and soil organic matters (SOM) and fluxes between them and the environment.

693_Tropical Forest Carbon Balance.png

We use AG to represent C in the aboveground biomass; BG for C in the belowground biomass; and SOM for C in soil organic matters. Their annual increments ?AG, ?BG and ?SOM are modeled using the flux.

Posted Date: 3/13/2013 3:41:48 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Tropical forest carbon balance, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Tropical forest carbon balance, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Tropical forest carbon balance Discussions

Write discussion on Tropical forest carbon balance
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
The fuel consumption of a certain make of car may not be exactly that rated by the manufacturer. Suppose ten cars of the same model were tested for combined city and highway fuel c

How do I compute and plot a temperature profile along the x axis from -6 to 6 given the equation for steady state heat conduction and boundary conditions

what equation equals 36

Read the document and quote me ... https://www.dropbox.com/s/pvq4f45fpwajibi/Course_wk%20_2013_.pdf

Calling a Function: Here is an illustration of the call to this function in which value returned is stored in the default variable ans: >> calcarea(4) ans = 50.2655

You will write functions • B=null basis(A,tol); • B=range basis(A,tol); The function null basis takes a matrix A as input, and outputs a basis for the null space of A, obtained via

Read in any non jpeg image (any image will do) . Save it as a jpeg at quality levels (70, 60,50,40, 30) Get the MSE for each quality level as compared to the orignal file Get the

how to implement 3 out of 4 visual cryptography?


Generates sin or cos wave using plot functions: The script generates an x vector; iterating through all the values from 0 to 2*π in steps of 2*π /40 gives sufficient points to