Estimating habitat volume of living resources using three-dimensional circulation and biogeochemical models

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Authors Katharine A. Smith, Zachary Schlag, Elizabeth W. North
Journal/Conference Name Marine Ecology - Progress Series
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Paper Abstract • Three methods to compute volume in 3D hydrodynamic models were developed and compared. • Pentahedron method is robust, exact, has broad application to curvilinear model grids. • Can be combined with organisms' physiological tolerances to estimate habitat volume. • Helps understand how variability can affect habitat of aquatic and marine organisms.
Date of publication 2018
Code Programming Language Fortran
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