|Model name||Elm model (Everglades landscape model)|
|Developer||H. Carl Fitz and Rajendra Paudel|
|Related websites||Official website|
|update time||2018-04-09 00:00|
|Tag||ecological structure and function ecosystems of a landscape mosaic|
Elm is mainly used to develop and share a better understanding of biological, chemical and hydrological interactions in landscape mosaic ecosystems. In the field of ecology, models can help organize or integrate our understanding of system ecology. This understanding can be applied to assess the relative benefits of simulation scenarios that will change in the future.
|H. Carl Fitz and Rajendra Paudel||Soil and Water Science Department Ft. Lauderdale Research and Education Center IFAS, University of Floridaemail@example.com|
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