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Modeling Processes and Their Interactions in Cropping Systems

Challenges for the 21st Century

Ahuja, Lajpat R. / Kersebaum, Kurt C. / Wendroth, Ole (Herausgeber)

Advances in Agricultural Systems Modeling

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1. Auflage Oktober 2022
416 Seiten, Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-0-89118-385-3
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Modeling Processes and Their Interactions in Cropping Systems

A complete discussion of soil-plant-climate-management processes

In Modeling Processes and Their Interactions in Cropping Systems: Challenges for the 21st Century, a team of distinguished researchers delivers a comprehensive and up-to-date scientific textbook devoted to teaching the modeling of soil-plant-climate-management processes at the upper undergraduate and graduate levels. The book emphasizes the new opportunities and paradigms available to modern lab and field researchers and aims to improve their understanding and quantification of individual processes and their interactions.

The book helps readers quantify field research results in terms of the fundamental theory and concepts broadly generalizable beyond specific sites, as well as predict experimental results from knowledge of the fundamental factors that determine the environment and plant growth in different climates. Readers will also discover:
* An introduction to water and chemical transport in the soil matrix and macropores
* Explorations of heat transport, water balance, snowpack, and soil freezing
* Discussions of merging machine learning with APSIM models to improve the evaluation of the impact of climate extremes on wheat yields in Australia
* Examinations of the quantification and modeling of management effects on soil properties, including discussions of tillage, reconsolidation, crop residues, and crop management

The book will be essential reading for anyone interested in the 2030 breakthroughs in agriculture identified by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.

* WATER AND CHEMICAL TRANSPORT IN SOIL MATRIX AND MACROPORES
* HEAT TRANSPORT, WATER BALANCE, SNOWPACK AND SOIL FREEZING
* EVAPOTRANSPIRATION, TRANPIRATION AND EVAPORATION IN THE SOIL-RESIDUE-CANOPY SYSTEM
* PHOTOSYNTHESIS, PLANT WATER, STOMATAL CONDUCTANCE AND EVAPO-TRANSPIRATION, NORMAL AND EXTREME CLIMATIC CONDITIONS
* SOIL ORGANIC MATTER AND CARBON-NITROGEN TRANSFORMATIONS
* EQUILIBRIUM SOIL CHEMISTRY SUBMODELS
* PESTICIDE DISSIPATION AND FATE IN AGRICULTURAL SETTINGS: ASURVEY OF RESEARCH ON PROCESSES AND INCORPORTION OF NEW UNDERSTANDING INTO SIMULATION PEC SIMULATION MODELS 2000-2020
* MODELING OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS, CROP ROOT AND SHOOT GROWTH AND PRODUCTION IN LEADING CROP MODELS -LEGUMES
* SIMULATING MAIZE CROP PROCESSES IN DSSAT: CSM-CERES-MAIZE VS. CSM-IXIM-MAIZE
* EFFECT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON ET, PHOTOSYNTHESIS, CROP GROWTH, AND YIELD PROCESSES IN LEADING CROP MODELS
* QUANTIFYING AND MODELING MANAGEMENT EFFECTS ON SOIL PROPERTIES: TILLAGE, RECONSOILDATION, AND CROP RESIDUES
* INTEGRATING MODELS WITH FIELD EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
Lajpat R. Ahuja, PhD, is the former Supervisory Research Soil Scientist and Research Leader at USDA-ARS, Agricultural Systems Research, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA.

Kurt C. Kersebaum, PhD, is Senior Scientist at Leibniz-Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research Müncheberg, Germany and honorary professor at Georg-August University, Göttingen, Germany.

Ole Wendroth, PhD, is Professor of Soil Physics at the University of Kentucky-College of Agricultural Food and Environment, Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, USA.

L. R. Ahuja, USDA-ARS, Fort Collins, CO, USA; O. Wendroth, University of Kentucky, USA