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Models relating to terrestrial mineral cycling : progress report Public Deposited

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  • Although no formal project in mineral cycling was defined for 1972, three modeling efforts were begun: calcium cycling at Cedar River, litter decomposition, and miombo ecosystem. The calcium cycling model is a simple compartment model and was developed as a practice exercise. It demonstrates the inadequacy of linear-donor control formulation for describing the transfer of a non-limiting nutrient. The litter decomposition model is used to examine the processes related to the incorporation of organic material into the soil horizons. It is a nonlinear model using difference equations on a one-week time resolution. It has not yet been coupled to mineral release. The miombo ecosystem model follows the flux of carbon through a central African ecosystem. It demonstrates the seasonal changes in biomass in various vegetation and animal components.
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