Hi @GingerK, according to the results of Total potential biomass and Total standing biomass of the range model how can I distinguish between the biomass consumable by livestock and the non-consumable biomass which is the woods for example, and why the prelement is very low given that Total standing biomass remains very important
Hello Said, the model represents herbaceous vegetation only. It is assumed that all vegetation simulated by the model is available for consumption by livestock. This is only restricted by the management threshold, which is an input supplied by you. You can therefore estimate the amount of biomass consumable by livestock by subtracting the management threshold from the potential biomass.
hi @GingerK ,Thank you for the explication, I assume at the beginning that the consumable biomass is the subtraction of total standing biomass on Total potential biomass that is very low