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Microbial Remineralization Model v1.0

K. A. S. Mislan; Charles Stock; John Dunne; Jorge Sarmiento

The Microbial Remineralization Model v1.0 simulates the interactions between sinking particles and heterotrophic bacteria in the ocean water column in a 1-dimensional Eulerian framework. The model has 9 state variables including particulate organic carbon, particle-attached bacteria, free-living bacteria, active exoenzyme in the particle, inactive exoenzyme in the particle, hydrolysate in the particle, hydrolysate in the dissolved environment, active exoenzyme in the dissolved environment, and inactive exoenzyme in the dissolved environment.

Please cite the following paper if you use this code:

Mislan KAS, CA Stock, JP Dunne, and JL Sarmiento. 2014. Group behavior among model bacteria influences particulate carbon remineralization depths. Journal of Marine Research. 72:183-218

Acknowledgements: Ben Marwick, University of Washington, and Rahul Biswas, University of Washington, vetted this code release. Code Release: KAS was supported by the Washington Research Foundation Fund for Innovation in Data-Intensive Discovery and the Moore/Sloan Data Science Environments Project at the University of Washington. Scientific Research and Code Development: The project was supported by the Carbon Mitigation Initiative at Princeton University which is sponsored by BP and the NOAA Cooperative Institute for Climate Science (NA08OAR4320752).
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