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thin-layering using accretion rate

Started by Ibe, August 31, 2015, 03:01:15 PM

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Ibe

Hi ALL,

I want to simulate effects of sea level rise (SLR) on marshes and how increasing accretion rate (of irregularly flooded marsh) helps to maintain/restore current state of marshes for a longer time. Somehow I want to minimize disappearance of marshes due to SLR using accretion rate.  Management is one time event but accretion rate is annual event. Do you think running the model for specific year (say 2050) will still take into account the annual rate of change (e.g. annual accretion rate starting from now till 2050)? Please let me know. Thanks!

marco.propato

SLAMM produces projections from the initial date T0 of the land cover layer to the last year of your simulation. So, if your initial date of the land cover layer is set to 2050 (but then why not set the last year of simulation to T0+1?), then only one year is run.

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