Responses to atmospheric CO2 concentrations in crop simulation models: a review of current simple and semicomplex representations and options for model development

@article{Vanuytrecht2017ResponsesTA,
  title={Responses to atmospheric CO2 concentrations in crop simulation models: a review of current simple and semicomplex representations and options for model development},
  author={Eline Vanuytrecht and Peter J. Thorburn},
  journal={Global Change Biology},
  year={2017},
  volume={23},
  pages={1806–1820}
}
Elevated atmospheric CO2 concentrations ([CO2 ]) cause direct changes in crop physiological processes (e.g. photosynthesis and stomatal conductance). To represent these CO2 responses, commonly used crop simulation models have been amended, using simple and semicomplex representations of the processes involved. Yet, there is no standard approach to and often poor documentation of these developments. This study used a bottom-up approach (starting with the APSIM framework as case study) to… CONTINUE READING
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