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2019-02-01Projected changes in drought across the wheat belt of southeastern Australia using a downscaled climate ensembleFeng, P; Liu, DL; Wang, B; Waters, C; Zhang, M; Yu, Q
2018-05-01Future climate change projects positive impacts on sugarcane productivity in southern ChinaRuan, H; Feng, P; Wang, B; Xing, H; O'Leary, GJ; Huang, Z; Guo, H; Liu, DL
2018-04-01Impacts of rainfall extremes on wheat yield in semi-arid cropping systems in eastern AustraliaFeng, P; Wang, B; Liu, DL; Xing, H; Ji, F; Macadam, I; Ruan, H; Yu, Q
2019-03-01Designing wheat ideotypes to cope with future changing climate in South-Eastern AustraliaWang, B; Feng, P; Chen, C; Liu, DL; Waters, C; Yu, Q
2019-09-15Incorporating machine learning with biophysical model can improve the evaluation of climate extremes impacts on wheat yield in south-eastern AustraliaFeng, P; Wang, B; Liu, DL; Waters, C; Yu, Q
2019-07-01Machine learning-based integration of remotely-sensed drought factors can improve the estimation of agricultural drought in South-Eastern AustraliaFeng, P; Wang, B; Liu, DL; Yu, Q
2019-06-01Impacts of future climate change on water resource availability of eastern Australia: A case study of the Manning River basinZhang, H; Wang, B; Liu, DL; Zhang, M; Feng, P; Cheng, L; Yu, Q; Eamus, D
2020-11Sources of uncertainty for wheat yield projections under future climate are site-specificWang, B; Feng, P; Liu, DL; O’Leary, GJ; Macadam, I; Waters, C; Asseng, S; Cowie, A; Jiang, T; Xiao, D; Ruan, H; He, J; Yu, Q
2020-01-01Incorporating dynamic factors for improving a GIS-based solar radiation modelZhang, M; Wang, B; Liu, DL; Liu, J; Zhang, H; Feng, P; Kong, D; Cleverly, J; Yang, X; Yu, Q
2021-10-15Crop yield forecasting and associated optimum lead time analysis based on multi-source environmental data across ChinaLi, L; Wang, B; Feng, P; Wang, H; He, Q; Wang, Y; Liu, DL; Li, Y; He, J; Feng, H; Yang, G; Yu, Q
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