How do various maize crop models vary in their responses to climate change factors?

  title={How do various maize crop models vary in their responses to climate change factors?},
  author={Simona Bassu and Nadine Brisson and J. Durand and Kenneth J. Boote and Jon I Lizaso and James W. Jones and Cynthia Rosenzweig and Alex C. Ruane and Myriam Adam and Christian Baron and Bruno Basso and Christian Biernath and Hendrik Boogaard and Sjaak Conijn and M. Corbeels and Delphine Deryng and Giacomo De Sanctis and Sebastian Gayler and Patricio Grassini and Jerry L. Hatfield and Steven Hoek and Cesar Izaurralde and R. J. J. Jongschaap and Armen R. Kemanian and Kurt Christian Kersebaum and Soo-Hyung Kim and Naresh Kumar and David Makowski and Christoph M{\"u}ller and Claas Nendel and Eckart Priesack and Maria Virginia Pravia and Federico Sau and Iurii Shcherbak and Fulu Tao and Edmar I. Teixeira and Dennis Timlin and Katharina Waha},
  journal={Global change biology},
  volume={20 7},
Potential consequences of climate change on crop production can be studied using mechanistic crop simulation models. While a broad variety of maize simulation models exist, it is not known whether different models diverge on grain yield responses to changes in climatic factors, or whether they agree in their general trends related to phenology, growth, and yield. With the goal of analyzing the sensitivity of simulated yields to changes in temperature and atmospheric carbon dioxide… CONTINUE READING
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