My Library

University LibraryCatalogue


LEADER 00000cam  2200625Ii 4500 
003    OCoLC 
005    20160206114214.0 
006    m     o  d         
007    cr cnu---unuuu 
008    150813t20152015dcu     ob    001 0 eng d 
019    ocn918135828 
019    918624352|a918930424|a922640188 
020    9781119011729 
020    1119011728 
020    9781119011705 
020    1119011701 
020    |z9781119011699 
020    |z1119011698 
035    (OCoLC)918135828 
040    N$T|beng|erda|epn|cN$T|dN$T|dIDEBK|dYDXCP|dDG1|dMEU|dUIU
       |dIYU|dEBLCP|dVU 
049    UMVA 
050  4 QK910|b.G56 2015eb 
072  7 SCI|x011000|2bisacsh 
082 04 581.5248|223 
245 00 Global vegetation dynamics :|bconcepts and applications in
       the MC1 model /|cDominique Bachelet, David Turner, 
       editors. 
264  1 Washington, D.C. :|bAmerican Geophysical Union ;|aHoboken,
       NJ :|bWiley,|c[2015] 
264  4 |c©2015 
300    1 online resource (xi, 190 pages). 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Geophysical monograph ;|v213 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Contributors; 
       Preface; Acknowledgments; Part I General Description of 
       the Model MC1; Chapter 1 History and General Description 
       of the Dynamic Global Vegetation Model MC1; ABSTRACT; 1.1.
       MODEL HISTORY; 1.2. MC1 MODEL DESCRIPTION; 1.3. INPUT 
       DATA; 1.4. MC1 RUN PROTOCOL; 1.5. THE FIRE FORECAST MODEL;
       1.6. THE NEXT GENERATION; MC2, C++ IMPLEMENTATION; 
       REFERENCES; Chapter 2 Historical Climate and Suppression 
       Effects on Simulated Fire and Carbon Dynamics in the 
       Conterminous United States; ABSTRACT; 2.1. INTRODUCTION; 
       2.2. METHODS; 2.3. RESULTS; 2.4. DISCUSSION 
505 8  2.5. CONCLUSIONSACKNOWLEDGMENTS; REFERENCES; Chapter 3 
       Challenges and Limitations of Using a DGVM for Local to 
       Regional Applications; ABSTRACT; 3.1. INTRODUCTION; 3.2. 
       SCALE-RELATED CHALLENGES; 3.3. OTHER MORE GENERAL (LESS 
       SCALE-DEPENDENT) CHALLENGES; 3.4. CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES;
       Chapter 4 The Making of a Dynamic General Vegetation Model,
       MC1; ABSTRACT; 4.1. RATIONALE FOR BUILDING DYNAMIC GLOBAL 
       VEGEGATION MODELS; 4.2. GENERAL CONCEPT USED TO BUILD 
       DYNAMIC GLOBAL VEGETATION MODELS; 4.3. GENERAL 
       CONSIDERATIONS ON BIOGEOGRAPHY; 4.4. GENERAL 
       CONSIDERATIONS ON BIOGEOCHEMISTRY 
505 8  4.5. GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS ON DISTURBANCE4.6. DGVM 
       CALIBRATION AND VALIDATION; 4.7. SCALING ISSUES: 
       VEGETATION CHANGE, WILDFIRES, AND COARSE CLIMATE GRIDS; 
       4.8. CONCLUSIONS-CURRENT STATUS AND FUTURE PROSPECTS; 
       ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; REFERENCES; Part II Examples of Projects 
       Using MC1 at Various Spatial Scales; Chapter 5 A Brief 
       Description of the VINCERA Project; Vulnerability and 
       Impacts of North American Forests to Climate Change: 
       Ecosystem Responses and Adaptation; ABSTRACT; 5.1. 
       INTRODUCTION; 5.2. METHODS; 5.3. RESULTS; 5.4. DISCUSSION;
       5.5. CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES 
505 8  Chapter 6 Continent-wide Simulations of a Dynamic Global 
       Vegetation Model over the United States and Canada under 
       Nine AR4 Future ScenariosABSTRACT; 6.1. INTRODUCTION; 6.2.
       METHODS; 6.3. RESULTS; 6.4. DISCUSSION; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; 
       REFERENCES; Chapter 7 Drivers of Future Ecosystem Change 
       in the US Pacific Northwest: The Role of Climate, Fire, 
       and Nitrogen; ABSTRACT; 7.1. INTRODUCTION; 7.2. METHODS; 
       7.3. RESULTS; 7.4. DISCUSSION; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; 
       REFERENCES; Chapter 8 Application of MC1 to Wind Cave 
       National Park: Lessons from a Small-Scale Study; ABSTRACT;
       8.1. INTRODUCTION; 8.2. METHODS 
505 8  8.3. RESULTS8.4. DISCUSSION; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; REFERENCES; 
       Chapter 9 Simulating Effects of Climate and Vegetation 
       Change on Distributions of Martens and Fishers in the 
       Sierra Nevada, California, Using Maxent and MC1; ABSTRACT;
       9.1. INTRODUCTION; 9.2. METHODS; 9.3. RESULTS; 9.4. 
       DISCUSSION; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; REFERENCES; Part III 
       Packaging MC1 Results to Increase Its Usability by 
       Managers; Chapter 10 Using a Dynamic Global Vegetation 
       Model to Help Inform Management Decisions; ABSTRACT; 10.1.
       INTRODUCTION; 10.2. DEVELOPING CLIMATE-INFORMED STSMs; 
       10.3. cSTSM MODEL APPLICATION IN CENTRAL OREGON 
520    MC1 is a widely used dynamic global vegetation model 
       (DGVM) that has been used to simulate potential vegetation
       shifts in National Parks (NPs) such as Wind Cave NP and 
       Yosemite NP, across various states such as California and 
       Alaska, over the entire continent of North America, and 
       even over the entire globe, under a variety of climate 
       change scenarios. Global Vegetation Dynamics: Concepts and
       Applications in the MC1 model describes the creation in 
       the mid-1990s, architecture, uses, and limitations of the 
       MC1 DGVM that is being used by an increasing number of 
       research groups around the world. 
546    Text in English. 
588 0  Vendor-supplied metadata. 
650  0 Vegetation dynamics|xComputer simulation. 
650  0 Vegetation and climate|xComputer simulation. 
655  0 Electronic books. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
655  7 SCIENCE / Life Sciences / Botany|2bisacsh 
700 1  Bachelet, Dominique,|eeditor. 
700 1  Turner, David,|eeditor. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|z1119011698|z9781119011699
       |w(OCoLC)889522652 
830  0 Geophysical monograph ;|v213. 
856 40 |3John Wiley|uhttps://ezp.lib.unimelb.edu.au/
       login?url=http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/9781119011705|zConnect
       to ebook (University of Melbourne only) 
990    Batch Ebook load (bud2) - do not edit, delete or attach 
       any records. 
Location Call No. Status
 UniM INTERNET resource    AVAILABLE