Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of udg/ecoms/EndUserNeeds/ImpactModels


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     2== EUPORIAS WP23 Impact Models for impact predictions ==
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     6* `AQUATOOL`: It is a Water Management Tool with different modules (SIMGES, OPTIGES, SIMRISK). [http://www.upv.es/aquatool/index_E.html Model URL: http://www.upv.es/aquatool/index_E.html]
     7* `MORDOR`: It is a hydrological model for catchments in France.
     8* `E-HYPE`: This model simulates water flow and substances on their way from precipitation through soil, river and lakes to the river outlet. The catchment is divided into sub-basins, which in turn are divided into classes depending on land use, soil type and elevation. This Pan-European hydrological model with high resolution is operational in the SMHI production environment. It is operational to deliver real-time and forecast hydrological and nutrient data from the entire European coastline. [http://www.smhi.se/en/2.575/Hydrology/european-hydrological-predictions-for-the-environment-1.12711 Model URL: http://www.smhi.se/en/2.575/Hydrology/european-hydrological-predictions-for-the-environment-1.12711]
     9* `VIC (Variable Infiltration Capacity model)`: It is a hydrological impact model. [http://www.hydro.washington.edu/Lettenmaier/Models/VIC/index.shtml Model URL: http://www.hydro.washington.edu/Lettenmaier/Models/VIC/index.shtml]
     10* `CGMS (Crop Growth Modelling System)`: Is is a detailed crop model with representation of specific crop varieties. [http://www.marsop.info/marsopdoc/cgms92/5_en.htm Model URL: http://www.marsop.info/marsopdoc/cgms92/5_en.htm]
     11* `LPJml`: This model will be used for hydrological impacts and agricultural impacts. [http://www.pik-potsdam.de/research/projects/lpjweb Model URL: http://www.pik-potsdam.de/research/projects/lpjweb]
     12* `JULES`: The Joint UK Land Environment Simulator. It is a community land surface model that has evolved from the Met Office Surface Exchange Scheme (MOSES).
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     14All these Impact Models require different variables with different temporal frequencies as input data: 
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     16     ||=''' Variables '''=||=''' Time Frequency '''=||=''' Impact Models '''=||=''' Optional for '''=||
     17     || Surface temperature       || Daily ||  GSS, HI, HyI, HDD, UDIC  ||
     18     || Surface temperature       || Instantaneous at 7am, 2pm and 9pm (local time) ||  PET  ||
     19     || Surface temperature       || Instantaneous at noon local standard time or daily maximum ||  FWI  ||
     20     || Minimum temperature       || Daily ||  T<-17ºC, CI  ||
     21     || Maximum temperature       || Daily ||  HI  ||
     22     || Dew point temperature       || Daily ||  UDIC  ||
     23     || Wind Speed       || Monthly mean ||  CFU  ||
     24     || Wind Speed       || Instantaneous at 7am, 2pm and 9pm (local time) ||  PET  ||
     25     || Wind Speed       || Instantaneous at noon local standard time or daily mean ||  FWI  ||
     26     || Surface moisture       || Daily ||  UDIC  ||
     27     || Precipitation accumulated over 24h       || Instantaneous, Daily ||  FWI  ||
     28     || Precipitation       || Daily ||  GSP, HyI  ||
     29     || Relative Humidity       || Instantaneous at noon local standard time or daily mean ||  FWI  ||
     30     || Relative Humidity       || Instantaneous at 7am, 2pm and 9pm (local time) ||  PET  ||
     31     || Short wave radiation flux       || Instantaneous at 7am, 2pm and 9pm (local time) ||  PET  ||
     32     || Long wave radiation flux       || Instantaneous at 7am, 2pm and 9pm (local time) ||  PET  ||
     33     || Cloudiness (in octas)       || Instantaneous at 7am, 2pm and 9pm (local time) ||  PET  ||
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