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In the JModels suite of models, a '''scenario''' is a simulation run in which certain pre-defined changes to parameters or state variables occur during the run.  Typically these changes cause the model to simulate a particular event, or series of events.  An example is the [[Silica Burp|silica burp scenario]] of the [[silicon-phosphorus model]], where a succession of parameter changes simulate Eocene vulcanism and climate change.   
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In the JModels suite of models, a '''scenario''' is a simulation run in which certain pre-defined changes to parameters or state variables occur during the run.  Typically these changes cause the model to simulate a particular event, or series of events.  An example is the [[Silica burp hypothesis|silica burp scenario]] of the [[silicon-phosphorus model]], where a succession of parameter changes simulate Eocene vulcanism and climate change.   
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:28, 31 March 2008

In the JModels suite of models, a scenario is a simulation run in which certain pre-defined changes to parameters or state variables occur during the run. Typically these changes cause the model to simulate a particular event, or series of events. An example is the silica burp scenario of the silicon-phosphorus model, where a succession of parameter changes simulate Eocene vulcanism and climate change.