Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of EwEugForcingFunction


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2010-11-14 18:40:21 (9 years ago)
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shermanl
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    99The long-term shapes are similar to the seasonal shapes, except that their time scales refer, as the name implies, to a period of years equal to the duration of the simulation (calculated with monthly time steps). If your time series has annual time steps, Ecosim will use the same value for each month in the year. Such shapes may be used to represent e.g., decadal regime shifts, such as occur in the North Pacific. 
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    11 '''Defining Seasonal/Long-term forcing shapes''' 
     11'''Defining Seasonal / Long-term forcing shapes''' 
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    1313__Important note__: after you have defined forcing shape(s) as described below, you must continue to one of the ''''Apply forcing function'''' forms ([wiki:EwEugApplyForcingFunctionConsumer Apply FF (consumer)] or [wiki:EwEugApplyForcingFunctionPrimaryProducer Apply FF (primary producer)]) to set the groups affected by the forcing function.