BioMA (Biophysical Model Applications) is a public domain software framework designed and implemented for developing, parameterizing and running modelling solutions based on biophysical models in the domains of agriculture and environment. It is based on discrete conceptual units codified in freely extensible software components . The goal of this framework is to rapidly bridge from prototypes to operational applications, enabling running and comparing different modelling solutions. BioMA is the simulation tool used by the MARS unit of the European Commission to simulate agricultural production under scenarios of climate change. BioMA is also used in MODEXTREME project.
BioMA-Spatial is a desktop application running under Windows to run multiple modelling solutions. This Help introduces you to BioMA-Spatial, the Graphical User Interface of the BioMA software framework that allows to configure, run, and view tested models against spatial units or run a model which requires coupling spatial units at each time step.
BioMA-Site is a desktop application running under Windows to run multiple modelling solutions with 1D fluxes dynamics. Its target use is modelling solution comparison and analysis, also during development.