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Authors: Sai S. Nudurupati · Erkan Istanbulluoglu · Jordan M. Adams · Daniel E. J. Hobley · Nicole M. Gasparini · Gregory E. Tucker · Eric W. H. Hutton
Owners: Sai Nudurupati
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Created:July 21, 2016, 6:33 a.m.
Last updated: Oct. 19, 2017, 9:52 p.m. by Sai Nudurupati

Abstract

This tutorial demonstrates implementation of the Cellular Automaton Tree-GRass-Shrub Simulator (CATGRaSS) [Zhou et al., 2013] on a flat domain. This model is built using components from the Landlab component library. CATGRaSS is spatially explicit model of plant coexistence. It simulates local ecohydrologic dynamics (soil moisture, transpiration, biomass) and spatial evolution of tree, grass, and shrub Plant Functional Types (PFT) driven by rainfall and solar radiation.

Each cell in the model grid can hold a single PFT or remain empty. Tree and shrub plants disperse seeds to their neighbors. Grass seeds are assumed to be available at each cell. Establishment of plants in empty cells is determined probabilistically based on water stress of each PFT. Plants with lower water stress have higher probability of establishment. Plant mortality is simulated probabilistically as a result of aging and drought stress. Fires and grazing will be added to this model soon.

This model (driver) contains:
- A local vegetation dynamics model that simulates storm and inter-storm water balance and ecohydrologic fluxes (ET, runoff), and plant biomass dynamics by coupling the following components:
- PrecipitationDistribution
- Radiation
- PotentialEvapotranspiration
- SoilMoisture
- Vegetation

- A spatially explicit probabilistic cellular automaton component that simulates plant competition by tracking establishment and mortality of plants based on soil moisture stress:
- VegCA

To run this Jupyter notebook, please make sure that the following files are in the same folder:
- cellular_automaton_vegetation_flat_domain.ipynb (this notebook)
- Inputs_Vegetation_CA.txt (Input parameters for the model)
- Ecohyd_functions_flat.py (Utility functions)

[Ref: Zhou, X, E. Istanbulluoglu, and E.R. Vivoni. "Modeling the ecohydrological role of aspect-controlled radiation on tree-grass-shrub coexistence in a semiarid climate." Water Resources Research 49.5 (2013): 2872-2895]

Subject

Ecohydrology,Tutorial,CUAHSI 2016,Flat Domain,Landlab v1.0

How to cite

Nudurupati, S. S., E. Istanbulluoglu, J. M. Adams, D. E. J. Hobley, N. M. Gasparini, G. E. Tucker, E. W. H. Hutton (2017). Cellular_Automaton_Vegetation_on_Flat_Domain, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/33ee1a9b1b53413ba9e8783150f01caa

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Name Organization Address Phone
Sai S. Nudurupati University of Washington - Seattle 159 Wilcox Hall
Erkan Istanbulluoglu University of Washington - Seattle 160 Wilcox Hall
Jordan M. Adams Tulane University
Daniel E. J. Hobley University of Colorado - Boulder
Nicole M. Gasparini Tulane University
Gregory E. Tucker University of Colorado - Boulder
Eric W. H. Hutton University of Colorado - Boulder
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Landlab CUAHSI Colloqium 2016 Workshop Christina Bandaragoda  Public &  Shareable Open Access
Landlab Tutorials GSA 2017 Nicole Gasparini · Greg Tucker · Erkan Istanbulluoglu · Christina Bandaragoda  Private &  Shareable None
Landlab Tutorials GSA 2017 Jezra Beaulieu  Private &  Shareable None

Credits

This resource was created using funding from the following sources:
Agency Name Award Title Award Number
NSF Collaborative Research: SI2-SSI: Landlab: A Flexible, Open-Source Modeling Framework for Earth-Surface Dynamics 1450412

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