We consider a procedure of modeling of marine ecosystems combining the object-based modeling with traditional methods. The proposed procedure belongs to the junction of several different fields of science. To illustrate this procedure, we present the description of a chemicobiological object-based model of the plankton community of the shallow-water part of the northwest shelf of the Black Sea and some results obtained with the help of this model. The model includes the description of the life cycle of copepods (one of the most widespread and numerous groups of zooplankton. The comparative analysis of the numerical experiments performed under various environmental conditions is realized.
Physical Oceanography – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 27, 2010
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