#### Simple phytoplankton and oyster model

##### Joao G. Ferreira ★

Very simple model demonstrating growth of phytoplankton using Steele's equation for potential production and Michaelis-Menten equation for nutrient limitation.

Both light and nutrients (e.g. nitrogen) are modelled as forcing functions, and the model is "over-calibrated" for stability.

The phytoplankton model approximately reproduces the spring-summer diatom bloom and the (smaller) late summer dinoflagellate bloom.

Oyster growth is modelled only as a throughput from algae. Further developments would include filtration as a function of oyster biomass, oyster mortality, and other adjustments.

Both light and nutrients (e.g. nitrogen) are modelled as forcing functions, and the model is "over-calibrated" for stability.

The phytoplankton model approximately reproduces the spring-summer diatom bloom and the (smaller) late summer dinoflagellate bloom.

Oyster growth is modelled only as a throughput from algae. Further developments would include filtration as a function of oyster biomass, oyster mortality, and other adjustments.

- 6 years 4 months ago

#### Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas, growth model

##### Filipe M. Soares

**Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas, growth model**

Implementation of the model developed by Kobayashi et al., (1997). The model was setted to individual growth.

Reproduction and effects of TPM on filtration rate (FR) were not included. [yellow variables]

The values of Chlorophyll, Salinity and Water Temperature are from Mondol et al., (2016).

The growth follows a similar trend of that reported by Modol et al., (2016) but the wet weight tissue values are 3 times higher that the expected.

References

Kobayashi, M., Hofmann, E. E., Powell, E. N., Klinck, J. M., & Kusaka, K. (1997). A population dynamics model for the Japanese oyster, Crassostrea gigas. Aquaculture, 149(3-4), 285-321.

Mondol, M. R., Kim, C. W., Kang, C. K., Park, S. R., Noseworthy, R. G., & Choi, K. S. (2016). Growth and reproduction of early grow-out hardened juvenile Pacific oysters, Crassostrea gigas in Gamakman Bay, off the south coast of Korea. Aquaculture, 463, 224-233.

- 4 years 3 months ago

#### Final Project Sea Otters, Shellfish and Kelp Forests

##### Matthew Sosa

Matt Sosa & Kay Litwin

Enviornment Sea Otter Shellfish Kelp Forests UCLA Final GEOG 166 Final Project 2016 GEOG 166 Final Project 2018

- 3 years 3 months ago

#### Eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica, growth model

##### Filipe M. Soares

**Eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica, growth model**

**Implementation of the model presented by Cerco (2014), with a lot of adaptations. Model translates the individual growth.**

The food source was only considered as phytoplankton, and the forcing variables temperature, DO and salinity were not considered.

Reference

Cerco, C. F. (2014). Calculation of Oyster Benefits with a Bioenergetics Model of the Virginia Oyster (No. ERDC/EL-TR-14-13). ENGINEER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER VICKSBURG MS ENVIRONMENTAL LAB.

- 4 years 5 months ago

#### Clone of Simple phytoplankton and oyster model

##### Eduardo

Very simple model demonstrating growth of phytoplankton using Steele's equation for potential production and Michaelis-Menten equation for nutrient limitation.

Both light and nutrients (e.g. nitrogen) are modelled as forcing functions, and the model is "over-calibrated" for stability.

The phytoplankton model approximately reproduces the spring-summer diatom bloom and the (smaller) late summer dinoflagellate bloom.

Oyster growth is modelled only as a throughput from algae. Further developments would include filtration as a function of oyster biomass, oyster mortality, and other adjustments.

Both light and nutrients (e.g. nitrogen) are modelled as forcing functions, and the model is "over-calibrated" for stability.

The phytoplankton model approximately reproduces the spring-summer diatom bloom and the (smaller) late summer dinoflagellate bloom.

Oyster growth is modelled only as a throughput from algae. Further developments would include filtration as a function of oyster biomass, oyster mortality, and other adjustments.

- 7 years 4 months ago

#### No advection, No oyster. Pytoplankton and oyster model

##### Joao G. Ferreira ★

Very simple model demonstrating growth of phytoplankton using Steele's equation for potential production and Michaelis-Menten equation for nutrient limitation.

Both light and nutrients (e.g. nitrogen) are modelled as forcing functions, and the model is "over-calibrated" for stability.

The phytoplankton model approximately reproduces the spring-summer diatom bloom and the (smaller) late summer dinoflagellate bloom.

Oyster growth is modelled only as a throughput from algae. Further developments would include filtration as a function of oyster biomass, oyster mortality, and other adjustments.

Both light and nutrients (e.g. nitrogen) are modelled as forcing functions, and the model is "over-calibrated" for stability.

The phytoplankton model approximately reproduces the spring-summer diatom bloom and the (smaller) late summer dinoflagellate bloom.

Oyster growth is modelled only as a throughput from algae. Further developments would include filtration as a function of oyster biomass, oyster mortality, and other adjustments.

- 2 years 4 months ago

#### Clone of Simple phytoplankton and oyster model

##### niyi,wu

Both light and nutrients (e.g. nitrogen) are modelled as forcing functions, and the model is "over-calibrated" for stability.

The phytoplankton model approximately reproduces the spring-summer diatom bloom and the (smaller) late summer dinoflagellate bloom.

Oyster growth is modelled only as a throughput from algae. Further developments would include filtration as a function of oyster biomass, oyster mortality, and other adjustments.

- 4 years 10 months ago

#### Clone of Final Project Sea Otters, Shellfish and Kelp Forests

##### Matthew Sosa

- 3 years 3 months ago

#### Clone of Final Project Sea Otters, Shellfish and Kelp Forests

##### Kay Litwin

- 3 years 3 months ago

#### Clone of Simple phytoplankton and oyster model

##### Pagandai V Pannirselvam

Both light and nutrients (e.g. nitrogen) are modelled as forcing functions, and the model is "over-calibrated" for stability.

The phytoplankton model approximately reproduces the spring-summer diatom bloom and the (smaller) late summer dinoflagellate bloom.

Oyster growth is modelled only as a throughput from algae. Further developments would include filtration as a function of oyster biomass, oyster mortality, and other adjustments.

- 4 years 3 months ago

#### Clone of Simple phytoplankton and oyster model

##### Carrie Ferraro

Both light and nutrients (e.g. nitrogen) are modelled as forcing functions, and the model is "over-calibrated" for stability.

The phytoplankton model approximately reproduces the spring-summer diatom bloom and the (smaller) late summer dinoflagellate bloom.

Oyster growth is modelled only as a throughput from algae. Further developments would include filtration as a function of oyster biomass, oyster mortality, and other adjustments.

- 2 years 1 month ago

#### Clone of Final Project Sea Otters, Shellfish and Kelp Forests

##### Nathan Burke

Matt Sosa & Kay Litwin

Enviornment Sea Otter Shellfish Kelp Forests UCLA Final GEOG 166 Final Project 2016 GEOG 166 Final Project 2018

- 2 years 6 months ago