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t.rast.accumulate — Computes cyclic accumulations of a space time raster dataset.

Keywords

temporal, accumulation, raster, time

Synopsis

t.rast.accumulate
t.rast.accumulate --help
t.rast.accumulate [-nr] input=name output=name [lower=name] [upper=name] start=string [stop=string] cycle=string [offset=string] [granularity=string] basename=string [limits=lower,upper] [shift=float] [scale=float] [method=string] [--overwrite] [--help] [--verbose] [--quiet] [--ui]

Flags

-n
Register empty maps in the output space time raster dataset, otherwise they will be deleted
-r
Reverse time direction in cyclic accumulation
--overwrite
Allow output files to overwrite existing files
--help
Print usage summary
--verbose
Verbose module output
--quiet
Quiet module output
--ui
Force launching GUI dialog

Parameters

input=name [required]
Name of the input space time raster dataset
output=name [required]
Name of the output space time raster dataset
lower=name
Input space time raster dataset that defines the lower threshold, values lower this threshold are excluded from accumulation
upper=name
Input space time raster dataset that defines the upper threshold, values upper this threshold are excluded from accumulation
start=string [required]
The temporal starting point to begin the accumulation, eg ’2001-01-01’
stop=string
The temporal date to stop the accumulation, eg ’2009-01-01’
cycle=string [required]
The temporal cycle to restart the accumulation, eg ’12 months’
offset=string
The temporal offset to the begin of the next cycle, eg ’6 months’
granularity=string
The granularity for accumulation ’1 day’
Default: 1 day
basename=string [required]
Basename of the new generated output maps
A numerical suffix separated by an underscore will be attached to create a unique identifier
limits=lower,upper
Use these limits in case lower and/or upper input space time raster datasets are not defined
shift=float
Scale factor for input space time raster dataset
scale=float
Shift factor for input space time raster dataset
method=string
This method will be applied to compute the accumulative values from the input maps in a single granule
Growing Degree Days or Winkler indices; Mean: sum(input maps)/(number of input maps); Biologically Effective Degree Days; Huglin Heliothermal index
Options: mean, gdd, bedd, huglin
Default: mean

Description

t.rast.accumulate is designed to perform temporal accumulations of space time raster datasets. This module expects a space time raster dataset as input that will be sampled by a given granularity. All maps that have the start time during the actual granule will be accumulated with the predecessor granule accumulation result using the raster module r.series.accumulate. The default granularity is 1 day, but any temporal granularity can be set.

The start time and the end time of the accumulation process must be set, eg. start="2000-03-01" end="2011-01-01". In addition a cycle, eg. cycle="8 months", can be specified, that defines after which time interval the accumulation process restarts. The offset option specifies the time between two cycles that should be skipped, eg. offset="4 months".

The lower and upper limits of the accumulation process can be set, either by using space time raster datasets or by using fixed values for all raster cells and time steps. The raster maps that specifies the lower and upper limits of the actual granule will be detected using the following temporal relations: equals, during, overlaps, overlapped and contains. First all maps with equal time stamps to the current granule will be detected, the first lower map and the first upper map that were found are used as limit definitions. If no equal maps are found then maps with a temporal during relation are detected, then maps that temporally overlap the actual granules, until maps are detected that have a temporal contain relation. If no maps are found or lower/upper STRDS are not defined, then the limits option is used, eg. limits=10,30.

The upper limit is only used in the Biologically Effective Degree Days calculation.

The options shift, scale and method are passed to r.series.accumulate. Please refer to the manual page of r.series.accumulate for detailed option description.

The output is a new space time raster dataset with the provided start time, end time and granularity containing the accumulated raster maps. The base name of of the generated maps must always be set. The output space time raster dataset can then be analyzed using t.rast.accdetect to detect specific accumulation patterns.

Example

This is an example how to accumulate the daily mean temperature of Europe from 1990 to 2000 using the growing-degree-day method to detect grass hopper reproduction cycles that are critical to agriculture.

# Get the temperature data
wget http://www-pool.math.tu-berlin.de/~soeren/grass/temperature_mean_1990_2000_daily_celsius.tar.gz
# Create a temporary location directory
mkdir -p /tmp/grassdata/LL
# Start GRASS and create a new location with PERMANENT mapset
grass70 -c EPSG:4326 /tmp/grassdata/LL/PERMANENT
# Import the temperature data
t.rast.import input=temperature_mean_1990_2000_daily_celsius.tar.gz \
      output=temperature_mean_1990_2000_daily_celsius directory=/tmp
# We need to set the region correctly
g.region -p raster=`t.rast.list input=temperature_mean_1990_2000_daily_celsius column=name | tail -1`
# We can zoom to the raster map
g.region -p zoom=`t.rast.list input=temperature_mean_1990_2000_daily_celsius column=name | tail -1`
#############################################################################
#### ACCUMULATION USING GDD METHOD ##########################################
#############################################################################
# The computation of grashopper pest control cycles is based on:
#
#   Using Growing Degree Days For Insect Management
#   Nancy E. Adams
#   Extension Educator, Agricultural Resources
#
# available here: http://extension.unh.edu/agric/gddays/docs/growch.pdf
# Now we compute the Biologically Effective Degree Days
# from 1990 - 2000 for each year (12 month cycle) with
# a granularity of one day. Base temperature is 10°C, upper limit is 30°C.
# Hence the accumulation starts at 10°C and does not accumulate values above 30°C.
t.rast.accumulate input="temperature_mean_1990_2000_daily_celsius" \
      output="temperature_mean_1990_2000_daily_celsius_accumulated_10_30" \
      limits="10,30" start="1990-01-01" stop="2000-01-01" cycle="12 months" \
      basename="temp_acc_daily_10_30" method="bedd"
#############################################################################
#### ACCUMULATION PATTERN DETECTION #########################################
#############################################################################
# Now we detect the three grasshopper pest control cycles
# First cycle at 325°C - 427°C GDD
t.rast.accdetect input=temperature_mean_1990_2000_daily_celsius_accumulated_10_30@PERMANENT \
      occ=leafhopper_occurrence_c1_1990_2000 start="1990-01-01" stop="2000-01-01" \
      cycle="12 months" range=325,427 basename=lh_c1 indicator=leafhopper_indicator_c1_1990_2000
# Second cycle at 685°C - 813°C GDD
t.rast.accdetect input=temperature_mean_1990_2000_daily_celsius_accumulated_10_30@PERMANENT \
      occ=leafhopper_occurrence_c2_1990_2000 start="1990-01-01" stop="2000-01-01" \
      cycle="12 months" range=685,813 basename=lh_c2 indicator=leafhopper_indicator_c2_1990_2000
# Third cycle at 1047°C - 1179°C GDD
t.rast.accdetect input=temperature_mean_1990_2000_daily_celsius_accumulated_10_30@PERMANENT \
      occ=leafhopper_occurrence_c3_1990_2000 start="1990-01-01" stop="2000-01-01" \
      cycle="12 months" range=1047,1179 basename=lh_c3 indicator=leafhopper_indicator_c3_1990_2000
#############################################################################
#### YEARLY SPATIAL OCCURRENCE COMPUTATION OF ALL CYCLES ####################
#############################################################################
# Extract the areas that have full cycles
t.rast.aggregate input=leafhopper_indicator_c1_1990_2000 gran="1 year" \
      output=leafhopper_cycle_1_1990_2000_yearly method=maximum basename=li_c1
t.rast.mapcalc input=leafhopper_cycle_1_1990_2000_yearly basename=lh_clean_c1 \
               output=leafhopper_cycle_1_1990_2000_yearly_clean \
               expression="if(leafhopper_cycle_1_1990_2000_yearly == 3, 1, null())"
t.rast.aggregate input=leafhopper_indicator_c2_1990_2000 gran="1 year" \
      output=leafhopper_cycle_2_1990_2000_yearly method=maximum basename=li_c2
t.rast.mapcalc input=leafhopper_cycle_2_1990_2000_yearly basename=lh_clean_c2 \
               output=leafhopper_cycle_2_1990_2000_yearly_clean \
               expression="if(leafhopper_cycle_2_1990_2000_yearly == 3, 2, null())"
t.rast.aggregate input=leafhopper_indicator_c3_1990_2000 gran="1 year" \
      output=leafhopper_cycle_3_1990_2000_yearly method=maximum basename=li_c3
t.rast.mapcalc input=leafhopper_cycle_3_1990_2000_yearly basename=lh_clean_c3 \
               output=leafhopper_cycle_3_1990_2000_yearly_clean \
               expression="if(leafhopper_cycle_3_1990_2000_yearly == 3, 3, null())"
t.rast.mapcalc input=leafhopper_cycle_1_1990_2000_yearly_clean,leafhopper_cycle_2_1990_2000_yearly_clean,leafhopper_cycle_3_1990_2000_yearly_clean \
               basename=lh_cleann_all_cycles \
               output=leafhopper_all_cycles_1990_2000_yearly_clean \
               expression="if(isnull(leafhopper_cycle_3_1990_2000_yearly_clean), \
	         if(isnull(leafhopper_cycle_2_1990_2000_yearly_clean), \
		 if(isnull(leafhopper_cycle_1_1990_2000_yearly_clean), \
		 null() ,1),2),3)"
cat > color.table << EOF
3 yellow
2 blue
1 red
EOF
t.rast.colors input=leafhopper_cycle_1_1990_2000_yearly_clean rules=color.table
t.rast.colors input=leafhopper_cycle_2_1990_2000_yearly_clean rules=color.table
t.rast.colors input=leafhopper_cycle_3_1990_2000_yearly_clean rules=color.table
t.rast.colors input=leafhopper_all_cycles_1990_2000_yearly_clean rules=color.table
#############################################################################
################ DURATION COMPUTATION #######################################
#############################################################################
# Extract the duration in days of the first cycle
t.rast.aggregate input=leafhopper_occurrence_c1_1990_2000 gran="1 year" \
      output=leafhopper_min_day_c1_1990_2000 method=minimum basename=occ_min_day_c1
t.rast.aggregate input=leafhopper_occurrence_c1_1990_2000 gran="1 year" \
      output=leafhopper_max_day_c1_1990_2000 method=maximum basename=occ_max_day_c1
t.rast.mapcalc input=leafhopper_min_day_c1_1990_2000,leafhopper_max_day_c1_1990_2000 \
               basename=occ_duration_c1 \
               output=leafhopper_duration_c1_1990_2000 \
               expression="leafhopper_max_day_c1_1990_2000 - leafhopper_min_day_c1_1990_2000"
# Extract the duration in days of the second cycle
t.rast.aggregate input=leafhopper_occurrence_c2_1990_2000 gran="1 year" \
      output=leafhopper_min_day_c2_1990_2000 method=minimum basename=occ_min_day_c2
t.rast.aggregate input=leafhopper_occurrence_c2_1990_2000 gran="1 year" \
      output=leafhopper_max_day_c2_1990_2000 method=maximum basename=occ_max_day_c2
t.rast.mapcalc input=leafhopper_min_day_c2_1990_2000,leafhopper_max_day_c2_1990_2000 \
               basename=occ_duration_c2 \
               output=leafhopper_duration_c2_1990_2000 \
               expression="leafhopper_max_day_c2_1990_2000 - leafhopper_min_day_c2_1990_2000"
# Extract the duration in days of the third cycle
t.rast.aggregate input=leafhopper_occurrence_c3_1990_2000 gran="1 year" \
      output=leafhopper_min_day_c3_1990_2000 method=minimum basename=occ_min_day_c3
t.rast.aggregate input=leafhopper_occurrence_c3_1990_2000 gran="1 year" \
      output=leafhopper_max_day_c3_1990_2000 method=maximum basename=occ_max_day_c3
t.rast.mapcalc input=leafhopper_min_day_c3_1990_2000,leafhopper_max_day_c3_1990_2000 \
               basename=occ_duration_c3 \
               output=leafhopper_duration_c3_1990_2000 \
               expression="leafhopper_max_day_c3_1990_2000 - leafhopper_min_day_c3_1990_2000"
t.rast.colors input=leafhopper_duration_c1_1990_2000 color=rainbow
t.rast.colors input=leafhopper_duration_c2_1990_2000 color=rainbow
t.rast.colors input=leafhopper_duration_c3_1990_2000 color=rainbow
#############################################################################
################ MONTHLY CYCLES OCCURRENCE ##################################
#############################################################################
# Extract the monthly indicator that shows the start and end of a cycle
# First cycle
t.rast.aggregate input=leafhopper_indicator_c1_1990_2000 gran="1 month" \
      output=leafhopper_indi_min_month_c1_1990_2000 method=minimum basename=occ_indi_min_month_c1
t.rast.aggregate input=leafhopper_indicator_c1_1990_2000 gran="1 month" \
      output=leafhopper_indi_max_month_c1_1990_2000 method=maximum basename=occ_indi_max_month_c1
t.rast.mapcalc input=leafhopper_indi_min_month_c1_1990_2000,leafhopper_indi_max_month_c1_1990_2000 \
               basename=indicator_monthly_c1 \
               output=leafhopper_monthly_indicator_c1_1990_2000 \
               expression="if(leafhopper_indi_min_month_c1_1990_2000 == 1, 1, if(leafhopper_indi_max_month_c1_1990_2000 == 3, 3, 2))"
# Second cycle
t.rast.aggregate input=leafhopper_indicator_c2_1990_2000 gran="1 month" \
      output=leafhopper_indi_min_month_c2_1990_2000 method=minimum basename=occ_indi_min_month_c2
t.rast.aggregate input=leafhopper_indicator_c2_1990_2000 gran="1 month" \
      output=leafhopper_indi_max_month_c2_1990_2000 method=maximum basename=occ_indi_max_month_c2
t.rast.mapcalc input=leafhopper_indi_min_month_c2_1990_2000,leafhopper_indi_max_month_c2_1990_2000 \
               basename=indicator_monthly_c2 \
               output=leafhopper_monthly_indicator_c2_1990_2000 \
               expression="if(leafhopper_indi_min_month_c2_1990_2000 == 1, 1, if(leafhopper_indi_max_month_c2_1990_2000 == 3, 3, 2))"
# Third cycle
t.rast.aggregate input=leafhopper_indicator_c3_1990_2000 gran="1 month" \
      output=leafhopper_indi_min_month_c3_1990_2000 method=minimum basename=occ_indi_min_month_c3
t.rast.aggregate input=leafhopper_indicator_c3_1990_2000 gran="1 month" \
      output=leafhopper_indi_max_month_c3_1990_2000 method=maximum basename=occ_indi_max_month_c3
t.rast.mapcalc input=leafhopper_indi_min_month_c3_1990_2000,leafhopper_indi_max_month_c3_1990_2000 \
               basename=indicator_monthly_c3 \
               output=leafhopper_monthly_indicator_c3_1990_2000 \
               expression="if(leafhopper_indi_min_month_c3_1990_2000 == 1, 1, if(leafhopper_indi_max_month_c3_1990_2000 == 3, 3, 2))"
cat > color.table << EOF
3 red
2 yellow
1 green
EOF
t.rast.colors input=leafhopper_monthly_indicator_c1_1990_2000 rules=color.table
t.rast.colors input=leafhopper_monthly_indicator_c2_1990_2000 rules=color.table
t.rast.colors input=leafhopper_monthly_indicator_c3_1990_2000 rules=color.table
#############################################################################
################ VISUALIZATION ##############################################
#############################################################################
# Now we use g.gui.animation to visualize the yearly occurrence, the duration and the monthly occurrence
# Yearly occurrence of all reproduction cycles
g.gui.animation strds=leafhopper_all_cycles_1990_2000_yearly_clean
# Yearly duration of reproduction cycle 1
g.gui.animation strds=leafhopper_duration_c1_1990_2000
# Yearly duration of reproduction cycle 2
g.gui.animation strds=leafhopper_duration_c2_1990_2000
# Yearly duration of reproduction cycle 3
g.gui.animation strds=leafhopper_duration_c3_1990_2000
# Monthly occurrence of reproduction cycle 1
g.gui.animation strds=leafhopper_monthly_indicator_c1_1990_2000
# Monthly occurrence of reproduction cycle 2
g.gui.animation strds=leafhopper_monthly_indicator_c2_1990_2000
# Monthly occurrence of reproduction cycle 3
g.gui.animation strds=leafhopper_monthly_indicator_c3_1990_2000

See Also

t.rast.accdetect, t.rast.aggregate, t.rast.mapcalc, t.info, g.region, r.series.accumulate

References

·
Jones, G.V., Duff, A.A., Hall, A., Myers, J.W., 2010. Spatial Analysis of Climate in Winegrape Growing Regions in the Western United States. Am. J. Enol. Vitic. 61, 313-326.

Author

Sören Gebbert, Thünen Institute of Climate-Smart Agriculture

Last changed: $Date: 2015-09-22 10:12:20 +0200 (Tue, 22 Sep 2015) $

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