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Effects of Temperature–Climate Patterns on the Production of Some Competitive Species on Grounds of Modelling

Drégelyi-Kiss, Á. and Hufnagel, Levente (2010) Effects of Temperature–Climate Patterns on the Production of Some Competitive Species on Grounds of Modelling. Environmental Modeling & Assessment, 15 (5). pp. 369-380. DOI 10.1007/s10666-009-9216-4

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Official URL: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10666-009-9216-4


Abstract

Climate change has serious effects on the setting up and the operation of natural ecosystems. Small increase in temperature could cause rise in the amount of some species or potential disappearance of others. During our researches, the dispersion of the species and biomass production of a theoretical ecosystem were examined on the effect of the temperature–climate change. The answers of the ecosystems which are given to the climate change could be described by means of global climate modelling and dynamic vegetation models. The examination of the operation of the ecosystems is only possible in huge centres on supercomputers because of the number and the complexity of the calculation. The number of the calculation could be decreased to the level of a PC by considering the temperature and the reproduction during modelling a theoretical ecosystem, and several important theoretical questions could be answered.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:Climate modelling, Ecosystem, Biomass production
Subjects:Ecology
Funders:Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Projects:NKFP 4/037/2001, OTKA T042583, VAHAVA project
DOI:10.1007/s10666-009-9216-4
ID Code:1650
Deposited By: Z. S.
Deposited On:16 Jul 2014 14:10
Last Modified:16 Jul 2014 14:10

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