Quantifying the effects of interacting nutrient cycles on terrestrial biosphere dynamics and their climate feedbacks (QUINCY)
lifetime: Sept. 2015 - Aug. 2020
The new terrestrial ecosystem model QUINCY has been designed from scratch to allow for a seamless integration of the fully coupled carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus cycles with each other and also with processes affecting the energy and water balances in terrestrial ecosystems (Thum et al. 2019).
The QUINCY model source-code is available from the QUINCY model releases git repository.
The access to this git repository is restricted to registered users. More details about getting access can be found at the Software page.
|Model name||QUINCY model|
|Publisher||Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry (MPI-BGC), Jena, Germany|
|Creators|| Sönke Zaehlea, Caldararu Silviaa, Engel Jana, Kern Melaniea, Schnur Reinerb, Thum Teaa, Yu Lina |
a MPI-BGC Jena, b MPI-Met Hamburg
|Initial publication year||2019|
|Resource type||Model source code|
|Licence||GNU GPL v3 and MPI-M software license (details at the Software page)|
|Contact||Sönke Zaehle: szaehle(at)bgc-jena.mpg.de|
Each release of the QUINCY model is stored in an individual branch.
QUINCY land model - release01
QUINCY land model - release02
Jena Soil Model (JSM) - release01