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An overview of APSIM, a model designed for farming systems simulation
BA Keating, PS Carberry, GL Hammer, ME Probert, MJ Robertson, ...
European Journal of Agronomy 18 (3-4), 267-288, 2003
APSIM–evolution towards a new generation of agricultural systems simulation
DP Holzworth, NI Huth, PG deVoil, EJ Zurcher, NI Herrmann, G McLean, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 62, 327-350, 2014
Modelling sugarcane production systems I. Development and performance of the sugarcane module
BA Keating, MJ Robertson, RC Muchow, NI Huth
Field crops research 61 (3), 253-271, 1999
Simulation of growth and development of diverse legume species in APSIM
MJ Robertson, PS Carberry, NI Huth, JE Turpin, ME Probert, PL Poulton, ...
Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 53 (4), 429-446, 2002
Development of a generic crop model template in the cropping system model APSIM
E Wang, MJ Robertson, GL Hammer, PS Carberry, D Holzworth, ...
European journal of Agronomy 18 (1-2), 121-140, 2002
Response of wheat growth, grain yield and water use to elevated CO2 under a Free‐Air CO2 Enrichment (FACE) experiment and modelling in a semi‐arid …
GJ O'Leary, B Christy, J Nuttall, N Huth, D Cammarano, C Stöckle, ...
Global change biology 21 (7), 2670-2686, 2015
Impacts of soil damage by grazing livestock on crop productivity
LW Bell, JA Kirkegaard, A Swan, JR Hunt, NI Huth, NA Fettell
Soil and Tillage Research 113 (1), 19-29, 2011
Agroforestry systems in a changing climate—challenges in projecting future performance
E Luedeling, R Kindt, NI Huth, K Koenig
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 6, 1-7, 2014
The Common Modelling Protocol: A hierarchical framework for simulation of agricultural and environmental systems
AD Moore, DP Holzworth, NI Herrmann, NI Huth, MJ Robertson
Agricultural Systems 95 (1-3), 37-48, 2007
Simulation of grain protein content with APSIM-Nwheat
S Asseng, A Bar-Tal, JW Bowden, BA Keating, A Van Herwaarden, ...
European Journal of Agronomy 16 (1), 25-42, 2002
Nitrogen management in intensive agriculture: sugarcane in Australia
BA Keating, K Verburg, NI Huth, MJ Robertson
Wallingford, UK, CAB International, 1997
Use of modelling to explore the water balance of dryland farming systems in the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia
BA Keating, D Gaydon, NI Huth, ME Probert, K Verburg, CJ Smith, ...
European Journal of Agronomy 18 (1-2), 159-169, 2002
Impacts of fertilisers and legumes on N2O and CO2 emissions from soils in subtropical agricultural systems: a simulation study
NI Huth, PJ Thorburn, BJ Radford, CM Thornton
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 136 (3-4), 351-357, 2010
APSIM: an agricultural production system simulation model for operational research
RL McCown, GL Hammer, JNG Hargreaves, D Holzworth, NI Huth
Mathematics and computers in simulation 39 (3-4), 225-231, 1995
Field-scale modeling of tree–crop interactions: Challenges and development needs
E Luedeling, PJ Smethurst, F Baudron, J Bayala, NI Huth, ...
Agricultural Systems 142, 51-69, 2016
Relationship between abundance of rodents and damage to agricultural crops
PR Brown, NI Huth, PB Banks, GR Singleton
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 120 (2-4), 405-415, 2007
Plant modelling framework: software for building and running crop models on the APSIM platform
HE Brown, NI Huth, DP Holzworth, EI Teixeira, RF Zyskowski, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 62, 385-398, 2014
Scope for improved eco-efficiency varies among diverse cropping systems
PS Carberry, W Liang, S Twomlow, DP Holzworth, JP Dimes, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (21), 8381-8386, 2013
Modelling sugarcane production systems. I. Description and validation of the sugarcane module
BA Keating, MJ Robertson, RC Muchow, NI Huth
Field Crops Research 61, 253-271, 1999
The new APSIM-Wheat Model—performance and future improvements
E Wang, E Van Oosterom, H Meinke, S Asseng, MJ Robertson, N Huth, ...
Proceedings of the 11th Australian Agronomy Conference 2 (6), 2003
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