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Title : Predicting the Vegetation Distribution and Terrestrial Carbon-Fluxes Using MC1 Model
Company : Esri Users Group Conference
Date : 04-Sep-2009
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Featured Paper by Sungho Choi, Woo-Kyun Lee, Hanbin Kawk, Sora Kim

The objective of this study was to predict the distribution of vegetation and terrestrial carbon fluxes in Korea ecosystem by certain simulations of the MAPSS-CENTURY (MC1) model. For the overall simulations, it was required to prepare two categories –climatic and ancillary– of input data. ECHO-G model provided future climate data under A1B scenario.
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