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Spatially Explicit Modeling of Coupled Water and Carbon Processes Using a Distributed Ecohydrological Model in the Upper Heihe Watershed, China
A fully coupled simulation of ecophysiological, hydrological and biochemical processes is significant for better understanding the individual and interactional impact of sophisticated land surface processes under future disturbances from nature and human beings. In this study, we spatially explicitly modelled evapotranspiration (ET) and photosynthesis (GPP) using a distributed hydrological model, Dynamic Land Model DLM-Ecohydro, over the Upper Heihe watershed for the years of 2013 and 2014.doi:10.3390/w11061242 fatcat:l52s7xvglzdcxjios3tvxookty