Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of EwEugApplyForcingFunctionPrimaryProducer


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2010-11-23 02:36:14 (9 years ago)
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    22Forcing functions represent physical or other environmental parameters that may influence trophic interactions. These forcing functions can be used to directly influence primary production (see [wiki:EwEugPrimaryProduction Primary production in Ecosim]), or to modify the Q/B ratio of the consumer groups in the model (see [wiki:EwEugLinkingMediationAndTimeForcingFunctionsToTrophicInteractionRates Linking mediation and time forcing functions to trophic interaction rates]). 
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    4 To apply a forcing function to primary productivity directly, use the Apply FF (primary producer) form (''Time dynamic (Ecosim) > Input > Apply FF (primary producer)'')'. To apply a forcing function to trophic flows (i.e., predator-prey interactions), use the Apply FF (consumer) form. Before using either Apply FF form, you must first define at least one seasonal or long-term forcing function following the instructions for using the Forcing function form. 
     4To apply a forcing function to primary productivity directly, use the Apply FF (primary producer) form (''Time dynamic (Ecosim) > Input > Apply FF (primary producer)''). To apply a forcing function to trophic flows (i.e., predator-prey interactions), use the Apply FF (consumer) form. Before using either Apply FF form, you must first define at least one seasonal or long-term forcing function following the instructions for using the Forcing function form. 
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    66The ''Apply FF (primary producer)'' form consists of a grid representing only primary producers. Active cells are coloured white.