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Autor (up) Hodson, M.E.; Langan, S.J.; Wilson, M.J. url  openurl
  Titel A sensitivity analysis of the PROFILE model in relation to the calculation of soil weathering rates Typ Journal Article
  Jahr 1996 Publikation Applied Geochemistry Kurztitel der Zeitschrift  
  Band 11 Ausgabe 6 Seiten 835-844  
  Zusammenfassung Recently there has been growing interest in, and use of, the PROFILE model, principally through the role of weathering rates in determining critical loads. In many cases the accuracy of the data used to run the model is not quoted, A simple sensitivity analysis of the model has been carried out by varying the input data one at a time in a systematic fashion. The variation in weathering rate that this generates for monomineralic soil profiles and for a soil profile from an acid sensitive forested catchment in Scotland has been recorded. Variations in weathering rates of over 100% can be generated using ranges of input parameters measured in held studies. The model broadly predicts the relative ease of weathering of the different minerals. Minerals which are particularly sensitive to input variations have been identified, e.g. K-feldspar. Some input parameters exert a larger influence on the weathering rate as calculated by the model than others. The most sensitive input data are soil temperature, moisture content and exposed mineral surface area. The least sensitive input data are cation load and precipitation rate. Copyright (C) 1996 Elsevier Science Ltd  
  Organisation Abschlussarbeit  
  Herausgeber Erscheinungsort Editor  
  Sprache Sprache der Zusammenfassung Originaltitel  
  Editor der Reihe Titel der Reihe Kurztitel der Reihe  
  Band der Reihe Ausgabe der Reihe Edition  
  ISSN 0883-2927 ISBN Medium  
  Bereich Expedition Konferenz  
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