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Comparison of two soya bean simulation models under climate change. I. Model calibration and sensitivity analyses



Comparison of two soya bean simulation models under climate change. I. Model calibration and sensitivity analyses



Climate Research 20(1): 55-70



The effects of climate change on soyabean growth and production were determined using a simple growth model, SOYBEANW, and a comprehensive model, CROPGRO. Both models were calibrated and tested against results from soyabean trials at Toulouse, France. The sensitivity of model results to changed values of weather variables was determined. The comparison of the results from both models indicated the sort of conditions in which model results differed and may become less reliable.

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DOI: 10.3354/cr020055


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