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3. Results
3.1. Model evaluation
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Fig. 1. Comparison of the predicted diameter distribution for baseline simulations at t = 100 years with observed values obtained from the Spanish Forest Inventory (IFN). Values GDC-0032 mean ± standard error. Details on the criteria used to select the evaluation plots are included in Appendix D. The baseline simulations represent the dynamics of a forest with a balanced initial composition of regeneration and no climatic constraints on juvenile or adult growth.Figure optionsDownload full-size imageDownload as PowerPoint slide
Fig. 2. Output of the SORTIE-ND baseline simulations for a mixed pine forest (left panel) and a mixed pine-fir forest (right panel) over a 200-year simulation period showing (a and c) basal area (m2 ha−1) and (b and d) density (stems ha−1) of adult trees (DBH > 7.5 cm) for Pinus uncinata, Pinus sylvestris and Abies alba. The baseline simulations represent the dynamics of a forest with a balanced initial composition of regeneration and no climatic constraints on juvenile or adult growth. The values that are shown for each figure are the mean output for the ten repetitions run for each scenario.Figure optionsDownload full-size imageDownload as PowerPoint slide