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Curdt, Constanze
Abstract: The TR32DB Metadata Schema is a structured list of metadata properties chosen to describe all data in the TR32DB with accurate metadata properties and thus to improve their searchability. The entire data provided to the TR32DB can be described with a number of descriptive metadata properties (e.g. creator, title, abstract, keywords, etc.) and administrative or technical properties (e.g. file format, file type, rights statement, etc.). The stored data are organized in six main data type categories: Data, Geodata, Report, Picture, Presentation, and Publication. The TR32DB Metadata Schema is set up in two levels to describe the various types of data collected by the CRC/TR32 participants. The first level is the General level. This level includes metadata properties classified in seven categories: Identification, Responsible Party, Topic, File Details, Constraints, Geographic, and automatic generated Metadata Details. The second level is the Specific level and contains the data type specific metadata properties. Currently, six data types are included: Data, Geodata, Report, Picture, Presentation, and Publication. Publication takes a special position and is once again sub-divided into the sub-categories: Article, Book, Book Section, and Event Paper.
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Shrestha, Prabhakar • Sulis, Mauro
Abstract: Training Manual to use Terrestrial Systems Modeling Platform (TerrSysMP) as a numerical tool to develop a quantitative understanding of the complex soil-vegetation-atmosphere (SVA) interaction. The idealized setups in this manual, focus on the impact of root-zone soil moisture fluctuation on the diurnal energy partitioning and its feedback to the atmospheric boundary layer (ABL) dynamics. The interplay between subsurface hydrodynamics (e.g., (ψ-θ_vol ) relationship) and plant physiological properties (e.g., roughness, stomata conductance, root depth) is addressed using different plant functional types (PFTs) and soil textures (i.e., percentage of clay and sand).
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Huber, Katrin • Vanderborght, Jan • Javaux, Mathieu • Schnepf, Andrea • Schröder, Natalie • (et. al.)
Abstract: R-SWMS is a numerical model for simulating solute transport and water flow in and between the soil and the plant systems. The acronym stands for Modeling “Root-Soil Water Movement and Solute transport”. Based on the flow and transport equations in the 3D soil matrix and within the 3D root xylem network, it simulates the uptake of solute and water by plant roots for a growing plant. Three-dimensional root growth is function of environmental conditions (soil strength, temperature) and plant parameters (gravitropism, sensitivity to strength, etc.). The code has been used in several projects and labs around the world. An updated list of publications dealing with R-SWMS can be found at https://www.zotero.org/groups/r-swms. The handbook includes theory, numerics, input files, output files, installation, and some example calculations.
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