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Revision as of 12:27, 7 March 2008


UNDER DEVELOPMENT




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The Jmodel suite consits of several models of different aspects of the Earth System. They can be run from the jmodels website. They are written in Java, and hence are trivial to run from just about any machine, PC, Mac or otherwise. The models are controlled via graphical user interfaces; no knowledge of computer programming is required to get them running.

The main purpose of the models is to investigate how the Earth system is regulated and controlled by different feedbacks. While the main focus is on Earth System stabilisation, the models can used for several different purposes and for this reason they are several different pathways through this wiki.

Depending on your area of interest you should select between the following paths:

(1). Earth System stabilisation.

(2). Global change impact on the Earth System.

(3). Behaviour of the Earth System during major events.

(4). Ocean Biogeochemistry.

(5). Earth's Radiation Balance.

There are also pages for each model:

Phosphorous model page

Nitrogen Phosphorous model page

Silicon Phosphorous model page

Carbon model page

Energy Radiation Balance model page

This site also contians technical information on how the Java models were programmed and also contains credits / acknowledgements and there is also a discussion forum here LINK associated with the models.

Have added a new carbonpage

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Editing this wiki

Please feel free to edit or add any jmodels-related content to this wiki. If you want to create a new page, please pick a name for it that is concise and obvious. If you want to write about a particular Matlab command, start a page with the same name (after checking that one doesn't already exist).

Consult this page for information on how to edit wiki pages. For a more detailed resources you can look at this user's guide or this list of :wiki editing examples.

Top editing Tip: Press the edit button on any wikipage from any wikipedia site to see how others have coded the layout and format. This allows you to follow by example or increase your palette of wiki knowledge.

Edit example

An example of a wiki page can be found here on the [** command, which not only includes some ....