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Combining multiple statistical methods to evaluate the performance of process-based vegetation models across three forest stands
Central European Forestry Journal
Process-based vegetation models are crucial tools to better understand biosphere-atmosphere exchanges and ecophysiological responses to climate change. In this contribution the performance of two global dynamic vegetation models, i.e. CARAIB and ISBACC, and one stand-scale forest model, i.e. 4C, was compared to long-term observed net ecosystem carbon exchange (NEE) time series from eddy covariance monitoring stations at three old-grown European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) forest stands. Residualdoi:10.1515/forj-2017-0025 fatcat:6cqhb5u7z5cl3dwhaokf4kfpam