Smallman, Thomas Luke; Williams, Mathew. (2018). Aggregated Canopy Model for Gross Primary Productivity and Evapotranspiration (Version 1), [software]. University of Edinburgh. National Centre for Earth Observation and School of GeoSciences. http://dx.doi.org/10.7488/ds/2480.
Source code and example for the aggregated canopy model for gross primary productivity and evapotranspiration version 1 (ACM-GPP-ET v1). ACM-GPP-ETv1 is a model of intermediate complexity representing coupled daily plant carbon (photosynthesis or GPP) and water cycles (transpiration, soil evaporation and evaporation of canopy intercepted rainfall). ACM-GPP-ET represents the whole plant hydraulic pathway balancing available water supply and evaporative demand through ecophysiological principles.
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