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PERUN - software demonstration - Martin Dubrovsky Mirek Trnka
Introduction to this afternoon (several experiments will be made)
main window of PERUN
Window 2: Directories and lists
Window 3: Parameters of Met&Roll
Window 4: importing weather data
Seasonal analysis (AG-01) Meteo input: - observed data - 1 year - no forecast - no scenario
Seasonal analysis (AG-01) - graph 1
Multi-year analysis (AG-02) Meteo input: - observed data - 40 year - no forecast - no scenario
Seasonal analysis (AG-02) - graph 1
Seasonal analysis (AG-02) - graph 2
Seasonal analysis (AG-02) - graph 3
Sensitivity analysis (AG-03): precipitation Meteo input: - observed data - 40 year - no forecast - no scenario
Seasonal analysis (AG-02) - graph 3
Sensitivity analysis (AG-03): soil Meteo input: - observed data - 40 year - no forecast - no scenario
Seasonal analysis (AG-03) - graph 3
Probabilistic seasonal forecast of crop yields (AG-04) sensitivity to the lead-time Meteo input: - observed till day0-1 - synthetic since day re-runs - no forecast - no scenario
Crop yield forecasting (AG-04) - graph 3
Weather forecast - type 1 * weather forecast METHOD = 1...averages.....std. JD-to TMAX TMIN PREC TMAX TMIN PREC
Weather forecast - type 2 * weather forecast METHOD = 3...averages.....std. JD-to TMAX TMIN PREC TMAX TMIN PREC
Climate change impacts on crop yields (AG-05.exp) Meteo input: - synthetic - scenario - 99 years - no forecast Makkink!!!
Climate change file =WIE-A2H.sc MONTH DTR PRE RAD TMN TMP TMX VAP WND * * * *
Climate change impacts - graph 3 (3 climates) x (2 ambient CO2) Now 350 Now 535 HadCM3 350 NCAR 350 HadCM3 535 NCAR 535
Multi-site analysis - 1 # multi-station soil rdmsol wav wght CZ01 CZ01.awc CZ05 CZ05.awc CZ06 CZ06.awc CZ09 CZ09.awc CZ13 CZ13.awc CZ19 CZ19.awc ***
Multi-site analysis - 2 # multi-station soil crop wea lat lon RDMsol WAV idsol weight c001 CZ01.awc WHhan2.CAB BTUR c002 CZ01.awc WHhan2.CAB CASL c003 CZ01.awc WHhan2.CAB CERV c004 CZ01.awc WHhan2.CAB CHEB c005 CZ01.awc WHhan2.CAB CHUR c006 CZ01.awc WHhan2.CAB DOKS c007 CZ01.awc WHhan2.CAB DOMA c008 CZ01.awc WHhan2.CAB HAVL c009 CZ01.awc WHhan2.CAB HNEV c010 CZ01.awc WHhan2.CAB HOLE c011 CZ01.awc WHhan2.CAB HRAD c012 CZ01.awc WHhan2.CAB HUMP c013 CZ01.awc WHhan2.CAB HUSI
PERUN - notes on installation ?. Delete C:\MADSOFT\PERUN directory 1. Open CD:\PERUN 2. Run “installPerun.bat” 3. find and run “c:\madsoft\perun\perun.exe” 4. Open experiment: AG-01.exp and START
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