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[[Image:P-model_results.png|right|thumb|200px|Simulating the dynamic equilibrium of the ocean's [[phosphorus model|phosphorus cycle]].]]
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<div style="margin:0px;padding:5px"><font face=Verdana size=5>Java Models of Earth System Regulation</font></div><br />
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==Models==
 
==Models==
The JModel suite consists of a number of models of aspects of the Earth System.  They can all be run from the [[jmodels|JModels website]]. They are written in the Java language for maximum portability, and are capable of running on most computing platforms including Windows, MacOS and Unix/Linux. The models are controlled via graphical user interfaces (GUI), so no knowledge of computer programming is required to run them.
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The JModel suite consists of a number of models of aspects of the Earth System.  They are written in the Java language for maximum portability, and are capable of running on most computing platforms including Windows, MacOS and Unix/Linux. The models are controlled via graphical user interfaces (GUI), so no knowledge of computer programming is required to run and perform experiments with them.
  
The models currently available from the JModels website are:
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The models currently available from [http://www.noc.soton.ac.uk/jmodels/ the JModels website] are:
  
* [[Phosphorus model|Ocean phosphorus cycle]]
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* [[Nitrogen-phosphorus model|Ocean nitrogen and phosphorus cycles]]
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* [[Silicon-phosphorus model|Ocean silicon and phosphorus cycles]]
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* [[CarbonModel|Ocean and atmosphere carbon cycle]]
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| [[Image:P_element_v2.png|left|50px|Ocean phosphorus cycle]]
* [[EnergyRadiationBalanceModel |Energy radiation balance model]] (under development)
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| [[Phosphorus model|Ocean cycle of <br>phosphorus]]
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| [[Image:N_element_v2.png|left|50px|Ocean nitrogen and phosphorus cycles]]  
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| [[Nitrogen-phosphorus model|Ocean cycles of <br>nitrogen and phosphorus]]
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| [[Image:Si_element_v2.png|left|50px|Ocean silicon and phosphorus cycles]]  
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| [[Silicon-phosphorus model|Ocean cycles of <br>silicon and phosphorus]]  
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| [[Image:C_element_v2.png|left|50px|Ocean and atmosphere carbon cycle]]
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| [[Carbon model|Ocean and atmosphere <br>carbon cycle]]  
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==Pathways==
 
==Pathways==
The main purpose of the models is to investigate how material and energy cycles of the Earth system are regulated and controlled by different feedbacks. While the central focus is on these feedbacks and Earth System stabilisation, the models can also be used in other ways and for this reason they are several different pathways through this Wiki.  
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The main purpose of the models is to investigate how some elemental <!-- material and energy --> cycles of the Earth system are regulated and controlled by different feedbacks. While the central focus is on these feedbacks and Earth System stabilisation, the models can also be used in other ways and for this reason there are several different pathways through this Wiki.  
  
 
Depending on your area of interest you should select between the following paths:
 
Depending on your area of interest you should select between the following paths:
  
* [[Stabilisation|Earth System stabilisation]]
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* [[Earth system stabilisation]]
* [[GlobalChange|Earth System response to present-day global change]]
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* [[Present global change|Earth System response to present-day global change]]
* [[MajorEvents|Behaviour of the Earth System during major events]]
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* [[Past major events|Behaviour of the Earth System during past major events]]
* [[Ocean BGC|Ocean Biogeochemistry]]
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* [[Ocean biogeochemical cycles|Ocean biogeochemistry]]
* [[Earth Radiation Balance|Earth's Radiation Balance]]
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Latest revision as of 15:11, 24 August 2016

The Earth from space.
To try the models out for yourself, click here to go to the JModels website.
Simulating the dynamic equilibrium of the ocean's phosphorus cycle.
Welcome to JModels
Java Models of Earth System Regulation

Models

The JModel suite consists of a number of models of aspects of the Earth System. They are written in the Java language for maximum portability, and are capable of running on most computing platforms including Windows, MacOS and Unix/Linux. The models are controlled via graphical user interfaces (GUI), so no knowledge of computer programming is required to run and perform experiments with them.

The models currently available from the JModels website are:

Ocean phosphorus cycle
Ocean cycle of
phosphorus
Ocean nitrogen and phosphorus cycles
Ocean cycles of
nitrogen and phosphorus
Ocean silicon and phosphorus cycles
Ocean cycles of
silicon and phosphorus
Ocean and atmosphere carbon cycle
Ocean and atmosphere
carbon cycle

Pathways

The main purpose of the models is to investigate how some elemental cycles of the Earth system are regulated and controlled by different feedbacks. While the central focus is on these feedbacks and Earth System stabilisation, the models can also be used in other ways and for this reason there are several different pathways through this Wiki.

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