Collaborators: Ilias Bilionis*, Xiaoyan Zeng*, Beth A. Drewniak
Funding: Office of Biological Environmental Research, Office of Science, Department of Energy
Synopsis: This study is part of the CSSEF project and is focused on the Crop sub-component of the land model (CLM). The CLM-Crop model is a complex system that relies on a suite of parametric inputs that govern plant growth under a given atmospheric forcing and available resources. CLM-Crop development used measurements GPP and NEE from AmeriFlux sites to choose parameter values that optimize crop productivity in the model.
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Papers, Conference Presentations, and Proceedings
Preliminary results:Illustration of the callibration process for six parameters that affect the plant growth.Stats in Python:
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