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Boote et al. 2021

Boote, K.J., M. Adam, I. Ahmad, S. Ahmad, D. Cammarano, A.A. Chattha, L. Claessens, J. Dimes, W. Durand, B.S. Freduah, S. Gummadi, J. Hargreaves, G. Hoogenboom, S. Homann-Kee Tui, J.W. Jones, T. Khaliq, D.S. MacCarthy, P. Masikati, S. McDermid, D.M. Kadiyala, A. Nenkam, C. Porter, A.C. Ruane, N. Subash, P. Thorburn, P.S. Traore, G. Vellingiri, and S.A. Wajid, 2021: Chapter 2: Understanding differences in climate sensitivity simulations of APSIM and DSSAT crop models. In Handbook of Climate Change and Agroecosystems: Climate Change and Farming System Planning in Africa and South Asia: AgMIP Stakeholder-driven Research, Part 1. C. Rosenzweig, C.Z. Mutter, and E. Mencos Contreras, Eds., Series on Climate Change Impacts, Adaptation, and Mitigation Vol. 5. World Scientific, pp. 15-46, doi:10.1142/9781786348791_0002.

The following sections are included: Introduction Materials and Methods Evaluation of Model Sensitivities to CO2, Temperature, Rainfall, and N Factors Results and Discussion Nitrogen Response Depends on SOM Pools and SOM Mineralization CO2 Response Differs by Crop Type, but Is Also Affected by N Fertilization Response to Rainfall Depends on Soil Type, Crop Type, and N Fertility APSIM and DSSAT Models for Same Crops May Differ in Temperature Responses Depending on Model Parameterization Summary and Conclusions References

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@inbook{bo02400q,
  author={Boote, K. J. and Adam, M. and Ahmad, I. and Ahmad, S. and Cammarano, D. and Chattha, A. A. and Claessens, L. and Dimes, J. and Durand, W. and Freduah, B. S. and Gummadi, S. and Hargreaves, J. and Hoogenboom, G. and Homann-Kee Tui, S. and Jones, J. W. and Khaliq, T. and MacCarthy, D. S. and Masikati, P. and McDermid, S. and Kadiyala, D. M. and Nenkam, A. and Porter, C. and Ruane, A. C. and Subash, N. and Thorburn, P. and Traore, P. S. and Vellingiri, G. and Wajid, S. A.},
  editor={Rosenzweig, C. and Mutter, C. Z. and Mencos Contreras, E.},
  title={Chapter 2: Understanding differences in climate sensitivity simulations of APSIM and DSSAT crop models},
  booktitle={Handbook of Climate Change and Agroecosystems: Climate Change and Farming System Planning in Africa and South Asia: AgMIP Stakeholder-driven Research, Part 1},
  year={2021},
  pages={15--46},
  publisher={World Scientific},
  series={Series on Climate Change Impacts, Adaptation, and Mitigation Vol. 5},
  doi={10.1142/9781786348791_0002},
}

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AU  - Boote, K. J.
AU  - Adam, M.
AU  - Ahmad, I.
AU  - Ahmad, S.
AU  - Cammarano, D.
AU  - Chattha, A. A.
AU  - Claessens, L.
AU  - Dimes, J.
AU  - Durand, W.
AU  - Freduah, B. S.
AU  - Gummadi, S.
AU  - Hargreaves, J.
AU  - Hoogenboom, G.
AU  - Homann-Kee Tui, S.
AU  - Jones, J. W.
AU  - Khaliq, T.
AU  - MacCarthy, D. S.
AU  - Masikati, P.
AU  - McDermid, S.
AU  - Kadiyala, D. M.
AU  - Nenkam, A.
AU  - Porter, C.
AU  - Ruane, A. C.
AU  - Subash, N.
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AU  - Traore, P. S.
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PY  - 2021
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EP  - 46
DO  - 10.1142/9781786348791_0002
PB  - World Scientific
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