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Across Trophic Level System Simulation (ATLSS) - Landscape/Vegetation
|The basic goal is to develop predictive vegetation succession models for targeted habitats, describing how they are affected by changes in hydrology and available nutrients. Disturbance regimes are the third major landscape driver coupled to succession, so fire scenarios will also be built into the models.
|Note: PowerPoint® files (below) are available from the ATLSS website. If you have problems downloading these files, please e-mail Louis J. Gross at firstname.lastname@example.org.|
- 2001 (Mangrove Modeling of Landscape, Stand-level, and Soil-Nutrient Processes for the ATLSS Program and Everglades Restoration)
- 2003 (Mangrove Modeling of Landscape, Stand-level, and Soil-Nutrient Processes for the Everglades Restoration Project)
- 2001 (Developing an ATLSS/ELM Lower Trophic Level Model)
- 2002 (Mangrove Modeling of Landscape, Stand-Level, and Soil-Nutrient Processes for the ATLSS Program and Everglades Restoration)
- 2002 (Vegetative Community Succession Models for the Across Trophic Level System Simulation Program)
- 2002 (Developing an ATLSS/ELM Lower Trophic Level Model)
- 2003 (Vegetative Community Succession Models for the Across Trophic Level System Simulation Program)
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