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Three economic models varying in aggregation, crops analyzed, and regions modeled are used to determine potential impacts of the use of improved climate forecasts on agriculture. Different regions and crops both within a region and between regions may be affected differently. Expected values of...
The El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) contributes to the vulnerability of crop production to climate variability in the Pampas region of Argentina. Predictability of regional climate anomalies associated with ENSO may provide opportunities to tailor decisions to expected climate, either to...
A model which describes the dynamics of dry matter digestibility (DMD) in leaves (laminae) in a grass was developed. The model treats the leaves of the plant as a set of 2-cm-long segments, and simulates DMD dynamics of the segments individually from their emergence through ageing. Each segment...
The plant module of the EPIC model (Erosion Productivity Impact Calculator) has been modified to simulate the effects of water and nitrogen (N) stress on biomass production and grain yield, taking account of the sensitivity of the crops to water and N stress during the course of their...
Practitioners of agriculture increasingly find themselves in conflict with the broader society over issues such as siting of livestock rearing facilities and the presence of chemicals in water resources. This is probably a function both of urban development encroaching further into agricultural...
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