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2008-11-01Modeling nitrogen and water management effects in a wheat-maize double-cropping systemFang, Q; Ma, L; Yu, Q; Malone, RW; Saseendran, SA; Ahuja, LR
1997-01-01Topoclimatic modeling for minimum temperature prediction at a regional scale in the Central Valley of ChileSantibáñez, F; Morales, L; De La Fuente, J; Cellier, P; Huete, A
2010-08-01Irrigation strategies to improve the water use efficiency of wheat-maize double cropping systems in North China PlainFang, Q; Ma, L; Yu, Q; Ahuja, LR; Malone, RW; Hoogenboom, G
2000-01Resposta espectral de solos em razao do angulo de visada, da umidade e da rugosidade superficial (Soil Spectral Response In Relation To Viewing Angle, Soil Moisture And Surface Roughness)Accio, LJ; Huete, A
2008-04-01A modified Jarvis-Stewart model for predicting stand-scale transpiration of an Australian native forestWhitley, R; Zeppel, M; Armstrong, N; Macinnis-Ng, C; Yunusa, I; Eamus, D
2005-07-01Foundation studies for cadmium accumulation studies in terrestrial isopods - Diet selection and diet contaminationMann, RM; Matos, P; Loureiro, S; Soares, AMVM
2007-09-01Energy balance simulation of a wheat canopy using the RZ-SHAW (RZWQM-SHAW) modelYu, Q; Flerchinger, GN; Xu, S; Kozak, J; Ma, L; Ahuja, L
2006-05-01Evaluation of SHAW model in simulating energy balance, leaf temperature, and micrometeorological variables within a maize canopyXiao, W; Yu, Q; Flerchinger, GN; Zheng, Y
2008-04-01The response of sap flow to pulses of rain in a temperate Australian woodlandZeppel, M; Macinnis-Ng, CMO; Ford, CR; Eamus, D
2010-11-15The carbon balance of European croplands: A cross-site comparison of simulation modelsWattenbach, M; Sus, O; Vuichard, N; Lehuger, S; Gottschalk, P; Li, L; Leip, A; Williams, M; Tomelleri, E; Kutsch, WL; Buchmann, N; Eugster, W; Dietiker, D; Aubinet, M; Ceschia, E; Béziat, P; Grünwald, T; Hastings, A; Osborne, B; Ciais, P; Cellier, P; Smith, P
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