Additional file 1 of Disentangling land model uncertainty via Matrix-based Ensemble Model Inter-comparison Platform (MEMIP)

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Additional file 1: Table S1. Model information and set-ups in MEMIP. Figure S1. Matrix model validations for each branch: (a) spatial pattern of the model difference between the regular and matrix form, and (b) the pixel level correlationships. Figure S2. The C storage potential (Xp) for the 4 branches (i.e., BGC_sg, CEN_sg, BGC_ml and CEN_ml) from 1900 to 2000. Figure S3. Correlations of soil temperature and soil water potential of C-only and CN models. Values are global mean annual outputs of top 5 layers from 1900 to 2000. Figure S4. Vertical distribution of soil temperature and soil water potential for global, high latitude land (latitude > 60°) and the rest land from CEN-ML and BGC-ML. The upper panel represents soil temperature and the lower panel represents soil water potential. Figure S5. Model outputs of (a) Mineral N, (b) Soil mineral N to plant, (c) N limitation to GPP and (d) LAI for different model members. Text S1. The soil-vegetation N competition. Text S2. Structural elements in soil baseline residence time. Text S3. Distinguish the contributions of model difference from process and feedback.
Date made available2022

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