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Type: Book chapter
Title: Computational assemblage of ordinary differential equations for Chlorophyll-a using a lake process equation library and measured data of Lake Kasumigaura
Author: Atanasova, N.
Recknagel, F.
Todorovski, L.
Dzeroski, S.
Kompare, B.
Citation: Ecological informatics: scope, techniques and applications, 2006 / Recknagel, F. (ed./s), pp.409-428
Publisher: Springer
Publisher Place: London
Issue Date: 2006
ISBN: 3540283838
9783540283836
Editor: Recknagel, F.
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N. Atanasova; F. Recknagel; L. Todorovski; S. Dzeroski; B. Kompare
Abstract: The software LAGRAMGE for computational assemblage and adaptation of ODE by using the expert knowledge and measured data has been applied for the simulation of chl-a in Lake Kasumigaura. As a result two types of chl-a models were discovered: (1) chl-a equations without considering zooplankton grazing assembled and trained by data of consecutive years were data of the last year was used for testing, and (2) chl-a equations considering zooplankton grazing assembled and trained by data of the years 1986 to 1989. The test results of the different models have demonstrated that LAGRAMGE can discover ODE that allow to simulate chl-a in Lake Kasumigaura for a variety of years. However the generalisation of discovered equations for unseen data of consecutive years was unsatisfactory, and the accuracy of calculated trajectories with regards to timing and magnitudes of peak events was moderate. The results have highlighted the importance of nutrients as growth limiting factors, and the need for considering functional algae groups in order to appropriately represent their selective grazing by zooplankton. © 2006 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
DOI: 10.1007/3-540-28426-5_20
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