CLEX researchers and colleagues combined high-resolution regional climate projections with a process-based hazelnut simulation model to predict future hazelnut yield in Australia.
Tag Archive: CO2 Fertilisation effect
Research brief: Nutrient availability framework accurately forecasts plant growth from CO2 fertilisation effectMay 30, 2019 10:31 am Comments Off on Research brief: Nutrient availability framework accurately forecasts plant growth from CO2 fertilisation effect
CLEX researchers and colleagues revisit the quasi-equilibrium analytical framework introduced by Comins and McMurtrie (1993) and explore the consequences of specific model assumptions for ecosystem net primary productivity (NPP).
The Drought program has been strongly focused on evaluating and improving climate models, and developing a drought database for documenting drought and for benchmarking model performance.