Ticket #1011 (closed assessed: fixed)
Relative and Absolute biomass time series do not work well together
|Reported by:||villyc||Owned by:|
|Priority:||normal||Milestone:||Ecopath 6: release 6.2.1|
Here's a weird behavior using EwE6.2. Read in the (zip) lionfish model; Ecosim: prueba taller lionfish. Import the attached time series. You'll see that lionfish dies off (green line, high fishing), and other than that nothing much happens. That is wrong, there is a time series that introduces lionfish after five years. Now go to time series and disable the third time series, a relative biomass for lion fish. Run again. Now it's OK, the lionfish bounces back.
So, adding a relative B time series to a group that has a forced biomass causes the forced biomass to be ignored. That doesn't make sense.