Consumer modeling status report : round 1 Public Deposited

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  • "During the four meetings of the consumer modeling committee, discussion centered on the formation of systems models and the problems they will pose for researchers concerned with consumer populations. Two coarse models were developed from these discussions, a compartment model (Figure 1) and a process model (Figure 2). The compartments are defined along functional trophic lines with materials or energy, or both, flowing between them. The process model is used to define the processes that govern the rate of flow between compartments."--P. 1.
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