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Last publications

You will find here the last articles published using STICS.

Multi-model evaluation of phenology prediction for wheat in Australia

Wallach et al., 2021, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology
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Predictions of soybean harvest index evolution and evapotranspiration using STICS crop model

Crepeau M., Jego G., Morissette R., Pattey E., Morrison M.J., 2021, Agronomy Journal
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Sensitivity analysis using Morris: Just screening or an effective ranking method?

Paleari L., Movedi E., Zoli M., Burato A., Cecconi I., Errahouly J., Pecollo E., Sorvillo C., Confalonieri R., 2021, Ecological Modelling
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A dataset from a 3-year network of field measurements of soil organic nitrogen mineralization under a mild oceanic temperate climate

Morvan T., Lambert Y., Germain P., Beff L., 2021, Data in Brief
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Long term response of water and nitrogen fluxes to Good Agricultural Practices at field and catchment scales

Beaudoin, N., Venet E., Maucorps J., Vandenberghe C., Pugeaux N., Viennot P., Gourcy L., Brayer C., Machet J. M., Couturier A., Billy C., Vigour N.,...
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Process-based analysis of Thinopyrum intermedium phenological development highlights the importance of dual induction for reproductive growth and agronomic performance

Duchene O., Dumont B., Cattani D. J., Fagnant L., Schlautman B., DeHaan L. R., Barriball S., Jungers J. M., Picasso V. D., David C., Celette F.,...
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Estimating the carbon storage potential and greenhouse gas emissions of French arable cropland using high-resolution modeling

Launay C., Constantin J., Chlebowski F., Houot S., Graux A.-I., Klumpp K., Martin R., Mary B., Pellerin S., Therond O., 2021, Global Change Biology
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Integrating plant-plant competition for nitrogen into a 3D individual-based model simulating the effects of cropping systems on weed dynamics

Moreau D., Pointurier O., Perthame L., Beaudoin N., Villerd J., Colbach N., 2021, Field Crops Research
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Impacts of climate change on wheat phenology and yield in Indus Basin, Pakistan

Azmat, M., F. Ilyas, A. Sarwar, C. Huggel, S. A. Vaghe, T. Hui, M. U. Qamar, M. Bilal and Z. Ahmed, 2021, SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
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Simultaneous Calibration of Grapevine Phenology and Yield with a Soil-Plant-Atmosphere System Model Using the Frequentist Method

Yang, C. Y., C. Menz, H. Fraga, S. Reis, N. Machado, A. C. Malheiro and J. A. Santos, 2021, Agronomy
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