Impact model: 3D-CMCC-CNR-BGC

The 3D-CMCC-CNR BGC is the fully biogeochemical version of the 3D-CMCC FEM. The 3D-CMCC-CNR BGC is designed to simulate forest ecosystems at flexible scale (from hectare to 1 km per 1 km) and on a daily time step. The model simulates tree growth as well as carbon and water fluxes, at species level, representing eco-physiological processes in heterogeneous forest ecosystems including complex canopy structures.

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Forests
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local
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Basic information
Model Version: v.5.4
Person Responsible For Model Simulations In This Simulation Round: Alessio Collalti
Output Data
Experiments: II, IIa, III, IIIa
Climate Drivers: IPSL-CM5A-LR, GFDL-ESM2M, EWEMBI, MIROC5
Date: 2018-08-06
Resolution
Temporal Resolution Of Input Data: Climate Variables: daily
Temporal Resolution Of Input Data: Co2: annual
Temporal Resolution Of Input Data: Land Use/Land Cover: annual
Temporal Resolution Of Input Data: Soil: constant
Spin-up
Was A Spin-Up Performed?: No
Natural Vegetation
Natural Vegetation Partition: based on species-level tree density
Management & Adaptation Measures
Management: dbh-related harvesting in forest models, fixed by protocol data
Extreme Events & Disturbances
Key Challenges: drought
Model output specifications
Output Format: ascii txt and netcdf per grid cell and species level
Output Per Pft?: data era species level
Key model processes
Dynamic Vegetation: based on changes in tree age, forest structure, (no natural regeneration)
Nitrogen Limitation: no
Co2 Effects: photosynthesis and stomatal conductance
Light Interception: Lambert-Beer for two sun and shaded leaves within canopy
Light Utilization: Farquahar, von Cammaerer and Barry (1980) as modified in dePury and Farquhar (1992)
Phenology: different for deciduous and evergreen species, based on temperature, eliophany, LAI (pipe model theory) and others
Water Stress: reduction in photosynthesis and stomatal conductance
Heat Stress: reduction in photosynthesis and stomatal conductance
Evapo-Transpiration Approach: Penman-Monteith for sun and shaded leaves, stomatal conductance with Jarvis method
Differences In Rooting Depth: no
Root Distribution Over Depth: no
Closed Energy Balance: not for sensible heat fluxes
Coupling/Feedback Between Soil Moisture And Surface Temperature: yes
Latent Heat: yes
Sensible Heat: no
Causes of mortality in vegetation models
Age: age-dependent mortality function based on maximum attainable age
Fire: no
Drought: indirectly through reduction in growth efficiency (carbon starvation)
Insects: no
Storm: no
Stochastic Random Disturbance: no
Other: growth efficiency mortality, that happens when all reserves (non structural carbon pool) are depleted, self thinning (crowding competition)
NBP components
Fire: no
Harvest: yes, all harvested biomass is removed from the stand
Other Processes: model accounts for replanting after harvesting
Species / Plant Functional Types (PFTs)
List Of Species / Pfts: Picea abies Fagus sylvatica, Pinus sylvestris, Pinus pinaster
Additional Forest Information
Forest sites simulated: Bily_Kriz Collelongo, Kroof, Peitz, Le Bray Hyytiala, Solling beech Solling spruce Soroe
Basic information
Person Responsible For Model Simulations In This Simulation Round: Alessio Collalti
Output Data
Experiments: historical (Hyytiälä, Peitz, Solling beech, Solling spruce, Sorø, Le Bray, Collelongo, Bily Kriz)
Climate Drivers: GSWP3, Historical observed climate data, PGMFD v.2 (Princeton), WATCH (WFD), WATCH+WFDEI
Date: 2018-07-26
Resolution
Spatial Aggregation: forest stand
Temporal Resolution Of Input Data: Climate Variables: daily
Temporal Resolution Of Input Data: Co2: annual
Temporal Resolution Of Input Data: Land Use/Land Cover: annual
Temporal Resolution Of Input Data: Soil: constant
Input data sets used
Observed Atmospheric Climate Data Sets Used: GSWP3, Historical observed climate data, PGMFD v.2 (Princeton), WATCH (WFD), WATCH+WFDEI
Emissions Data Sets Used: CO2 concentration
Climate Variables: tasmax, tas, tasmin, rhs, rsds, pr
Spin-up
Was A Spin-Up Performed?: No
Natural Vegetation
Natural Vegetation Partition: based on species-level tree density
Management & Adaptation Measures
Management: dbh-related harvesting in forest models, fixed by protocol data
Extreme Events & Disturbances
Key Challenges: drought
Model output specifications
Output Format: ascii txt netcdf per grid cell and species level
Output Per Pft?: data era species level
Key model processes
Dynamic Vegetation: based on changes in tree age, forest structure, (no natural regeneration)
Nitrogen Limitation: no
Co2 Effects: photosynthesis and stomatal conductance
Light Interception: Lambert-Beer for two sun and shaded leaves within canopy
Light Utilization: Farquhar von Caemmer and Berry (1980) as modified by dePury and Farquhar (1992)
Phenology: Yes, different for deciduous and evergreen species, based on temperature, eliophany, LAI (pipe model theory) and others
Water Stress: Yes, reduction in photosynthesis and stomatal conductance
Heat Stress: reduction in photosynthesis and stomatal conductance
Evapo-Transpiration Approach: Penman-Monteith for sun and shaded leaves, stomatal conductance with Jarvis method
Differences In Rooting Depth: no
Root Distribution Over Depth: no
Closed Energy Balance: not for sensible heat fluxes
Coupling/Feedback Between Soil Moisture And Surface Temperature: yes
Latent Heat: yes
Sensible Heat: no
Causes of mortality in vegetation models
Age: age-dependent mortality function based on maximum attainable age
Fire: no
Drought: indirectly through reduction in growth efficiency (carbon starvation)
Insects: no
Storm: no
Stochastic Random Disturbance: no
Remarks: growth efficiency mortality, that happens when all reserves (non structural carbon pool) are depleted, self thinning (crowding competition)
NBP components
Fire: no
Harvest: yes, all harvested biomass is removed from the stand
Other Processes: model accounts for replanting after harvesting
Species / Plant Functional Types (PFTs)
List Of Species / Pfts: Picea abies Fagus sylvatica, Pinus sylvestris, Pinus pinaster
Additional Forest Information
Forest sites simulated: Bily_Kriz Collelongo, Kroof, Peitz, Le Bray Hyytiala, Solling beech Solling spruce Soroe
Basic information
Model Version: v.5.4
Person Responsible For Model Simulations In This Simulation Round: Alessio Collalti
Resolution
Spatial Aggregation: forest stand
Temporal Resolution Of Input Data: Climate Variables: daily
Temporal Resolution Of Input Data: Co2: annual
Temporal Resolution Of Input Data: Land Use/Land Cover: annual
Temporal Resolution Of Input Data: Soil: constant
Input data sets used
Simulated Atmospheric Climate Data Sets Used: GCM atmospheric climate data (Fast Track)
Emissions Data Sets Used: CO2 concentration
Climate Variables: tasmax, tas, tasmin, rhs, rsds, pr
Spin-up
Was A Spin-Up Performed?: No
Natural Vegetation
Natural Vegetation Partition: based on species-level tree density
Management & Adaptation Measures
Management: dbh-related harvesting in forest models, fixed by protocol data
Extreme Events & Disturbances
Key Challenges: drought
Model output specifications
Output Format: ascii txt netcdf per grid cell and species level
Output Per Pft?: data era species level
Key model processes
Dynamic Vegetation: based on changes in tree age, forest structure, (no natural regeneration)
Nitrogen Limitation: no
Co2 Effects: photosynthesis and stomatal conductance
Light Interception: Lambert-Beer for two sun and shaded leaves within canopy
Light Utilization: Farquhar von Caemmerer and Berry (1980) as modified by dePury and Farquhar (1992)
Phenology: different for deciduous and evergreen species, based on temperature, eliophany, LAI (pipe model theory) and others
Water Stress: reduction in photosynthesis and stomatal conductance
Heat Stress: reduction in photosynthesis and stomatal conductance
Evapo-Transpiration Approach: Penman-Monteith for sun and shaded leaves, stomatal conductance with Jarvis method
Differences In Rooting Depth: no
Root Distribution Over Depth: no
Closed Energy Balance: not for sensible heat fluxes
Coupling/Feedback Between Soil Moisture And Surface Temperature: yes
Latent Heat: yes
Sensible Heat: no
Causes of mortality in vegetation models
Age: age-dependent mortality function based on maximum attainable age
Fire: no
Drought: indirectly through reduction in growth efficiency (carbon starvation)
Insects: no
Storm: no
Stochastic Random Disturbance: no
Other: growth efficiency mortality, that happens when all reserves (non structural carbon pool) are depleted, self thinning (crowding competition)
NBP components
Fire: no
Land-Use Change: no
Harvest: yes, all harvested biomass is removed from the stand
Other Processes: model accounts for replanting after harvesting
Species / Plant Functional Types (PFTs)
List Of Species / Pfts: Picea abies Fagus sylvatica, Pinus sylvestris, Pinus pinaster
Additional Forest Information
Forest sites simulated: Bily_Kriz Collelongo, Kroof, Peitz, Le Bray Hyytiala, Solling beech Solling spruce Soroe