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Agroclim STICS

The stics training course of this year will take place in Laon from 24 to 26 March 2020

The informations are available in the "zoom on"

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2020 will be an eventful and challenging year for STICS !

  •       The user workshop in Montpellier, as a side-event of the iCROPM2020 international congress,
  •       The user course organized this spring in Laon,
  •       The version 10.0 release, both with R packages related to the model, and moreover ,
  •       The updated (and online !) version of the book on STICS formalisations,
  •       And other multiple projects …

Believe us, 2020 will be a fruitful year for the STICS project team !

We also wish you a rewarding and joyful 2020, whether on a professional and personal levels. both

BEST WISHES for 2020 !!!!

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XIIe STICS model seminar will be held February 6-7, 2020 in Montpellier, France as a side event of the iCROPM2020 seminar

séminaire des utilisateurs Montpellier 2020
All informations are available here : https://stics2020.cirad.fr/

The deadline for submitting abstracts is 15 december 2019

We look forward to seeing you all there !

The CIRAD organizing team and the STICS model Team

 *Note that it's not mandatory to subscribe to the iCROPM seminar to subscribe to the Stics seminar.

STICS

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Release V9.1

A new version is available !

Version 9.1 is available for download.

No substantial changes, but for us : this is a bugfix release, with a code redesign and new output variables.

All this is explained in the document changes.pdf available here and in the « doc » directory.

You can, as usual, use your old user directories with this version.

The model evaluations are still available in the « doc » directory, good reading !!

Download here

The Stics team

We remind you that the snow module has been activated by default since the release of the previous version 9.0 : this module converts precipitation into snow if weather allows it.

Focus on...

the STICSevalR package

distribution of an R package for Stics evaluation by comparison with observations

STICSevalR package
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A new article

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New publication

High-resolution assessment of French grassland dry matter and nitrogen yields, Graux et al. (2020). European Journal of Agronomy
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Lauriers Inra 2018

Dominique Ripoche, Innovation Inra Awards 2018
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New publication

Analyzing ecosystem services in apple orchards using the STICS model. Demestihas et al. (2018). European Journal of Agrnomy
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New publication

A dynamic model for water management at the farm level integrating strategic, tactical and operational decisions, Robert et al. (2018). Environmental...
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New publication

How does STICS crop model simulate crop growth and productivity under shade conditions? Artru et al. (2018). Field Crops Research.
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New publication

Analysis and modeling of cover crop emergence: Accuracy of a static model and the dynamic STICS soil-crop model. Tribouillois et al. (2018). European...
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