Modelling coffee leaf rust risk in Colombia with climate reanalysis data

@inproceedings{Bebber2016ModellingCL,
  title={Modelling coffee leaf rust risk in Colombia with climate reanalysis data},
  author={Daniel P Bebber and {\'A}ngela Delgado Castillo and Sarah J. Gurr},
  booktitle={Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences},
  year={2016}
}
Many fungal plant diseases are strongly controlled by weather, and global climate change is thus likely to have affected fungal pathogen distributions and impacts. Modelling the response of plant diseases to climate change is hampered by the difficulty of estimating pathogen-relevant microclimatic variables from standard meteorological data. The availability of increasingly sophisticated high-resolution climate reanalyses may help overcome this challenge. We illustrate the use of climate… CONTINUE READING

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