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MOSSCO chlorophyll


Metadata
File Identifier: B96ABBD2-BA09-4875-9F27-70924674EFE6
Metadata Language: English
: utf8
Resource Type: Service
Responsible Party:
Individual Name: Ulrike Kleeberg
Organisation Name: HZG Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht
Role: Point Of Contact
Contact Info:
E-Mail Address: ulrike.kleeberg@hzg.de
Responsible Party:
Individual Name: Dr. Carsten Lemmen
Organisation Name: HZG Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht
Role: Point Of Contact
Contact Info:
Delivery Point: Max-Planck-Str. 1
City: Geesthacht
Postal Code: 21502
Country: DE
E-Mail Address: carsten.lemmen@hzg.de
Metadata Date: 2018-05-17
Metadata Standard Name: INSPIRE Metadata Implementing Rules: Technical Guidelines based on EN ISO 19115 and EN ISO 19119
Metadata Standard Version: V. 1.2
Service Identification
Abstract: This parameter describe the volumetric mass concentration [in units of mg m-3] of phytoplankton (algal) pigment chlorophyll a in the model’s surface layer. Chlorophyll a in photoautotrophic phytoplankton is used to "harvest" sunlight energy and drive all cellular processes, especially the build-up of new biomass. In a photoacclimative model such as MAECS, cells adapt their chlorophyll to biomass ratio to ambient light concentration: when there is a lot of light (in summer and near the ocean surface), cells need less chlorophyll per biomass than in darker conditions, such as in spring and in deeper water layers.
Purpose: The maps shows the paraneter chlorophyll derived from the Model for Adaptive Ecosystems in Coastal Seas (MAECS, Kerimoglu et al 2017) implemented as a FABM module; MAECS simulates pelagic nutrient, phytoplankton, zooplankton and detritus dynamics and 210 accounts for the acclimatio
Thumbnail:
Browse Graphic: https://coastmap.hzg.de/server/rest/directories/thumbs/MOSSCO_chlorophyll_thumb700.png
Citation:
Title: MOSSCO chlorophyll
Date:
Date: 2018-05-22
Date Type: Publication Date
Identifier: B96ABBD2-BA09-4875-9F27-70924674EFE6-DI
Individual Name: Dr. Carsten Lemmen
Organisation Name: HZG Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht
Role: Originator
Contact Info:
Delivery Point: Max-Planck-Str. 1
City: Geesthacht
Postal Code: 21502
Country: DE
E-Mail Address: carsten.lemmen@hzg.de
Point Of Contact:
Individual Name: Dr. Carsten Lemmen
Organisation Name: HZG Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht
Role: Originator
Contact Info:
Delivery Point: Max-Planck-Str. 1
City: Geesthacht
Postal Code: 21502
Country: DE
E-Mail Address: carsten.lemmen@hzg.de
Keyword Collection:
Keyword: NOAH
Keyword: MOSSCO
Keyword: Chlorophyll
Keyword: BiogchemestryKey4
Keyword: Model
Keyword: Live Data and Maps
Service Type: ESRI ArcGIS Mapping Service
Service type version: 1.1.3
Extent:
West Bounding Longitude: -1
East Bounding Longitude: 10
North Bounding Latitude: 56
South Bounding Latitude: 51
Constraints: Not to be used for commercial purposes(CC BY-NC 4.0 )
Legal Constraints:
Access Constraints: License
Distribution
Distribution Format:
Format Name: ArcGIS Service
Format Version: 10.6
Transfer Options:
URL: http://coastmap.hzg.de/server/rest/services/MOSSCO/MOSSCO_chlorophyll/MapServer
Protocol:
Application Profile:
Function: Information
Transfer Options:
URL: http://coastmap.hzg.de/server/services/MOSSCO/MOSSCO_chlorophyll/MapServer/WMSServer?
Protocol:
Application Profile:
Function: Information
Quality
Scope: Dataset
Conformance Result:
Validation Performed: true
Explanation:
Specification:
Title: INSPIRE Directive 2007/2/EC
Date:
Date: 2018-05-22
Date Type: Publication Date
Lineage: As a physical driver, we employed the coastal ocean model GETM (General Estuarine Transport Model, Klingbeil and Burchard 2013) to calculate sea level, currents, temperature and salinity distributions, and to transport the biogeochemical and ecological quantities. GETM obtains state-of-the-art turbulence closure from the General Ocean Turbulence Model (GOTM, Umlauf and Burchard, 2005), and has been shown to have high skill in various studies for the North Sea. Pelagic ecology was described by the Model for Adaptive Ecosystems in Coastal Seas (MAECS, Kerimoglu et al 2017) implemented as a FABM module; MAECS simulates pelagic nutrient, phytoplankton, zooplankton and detritus dynamics and 210 accounts for the acclimation of intracellular composition in phytoplankton (Wirtz and Kerimoglu, 2016). Soil biogeochemistry was described by the Ocean Margin Experiment Early Diagenesis (OMEXDIA) model (Soetaert et al. 1996) with additional phosphorous added (Wirtz et al., unpublished.) We employ the recently developed open source software infrastructure Modular System for Shelves and Coasts (MOSSCO, www.mossco.de, Lemmen et al 2017), which facilitates the exchangeable coupling of models and data sets and enables the integration of modules describing physical, chemical, geological, ecological and biogeochemical processes. The presented Net Primary Production simulations are associated with the publication Slavik et al. 2017. Kerimoglu, O., Hofmeister, R., Maerz, J., Riethmüller, R., Wirtz, K. W., 2017. The acclimative biogeochemical model of the southern North Sea. Biogeosciences, 14 (19), 4499-4531. https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-2017-104. Klingbeil, K., Burchard, H., 2013. Implementation of a direct nonhydrostatic pressure gradient discretisation into a layered ocean model. Ocean Model. 65, 64-77, ISSN 1463-5003. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ocemod.2013.02.002.
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