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Record number 356310
Title Agricultural Production and Externalities Simulator (APES) prototype to be used in Prototype 1 of SEAMLESS-IF
Author(s) Donatelli, M.; Evert, F.K. van; Rutgers, B.; Trevisan, M.; Ewert, F.; Sorce, A.; Balderacchi, M.; Guardo, A. Di; Leffelaar, P.A.; Meuter, E.C.; Adam, M.Y.O.; Smith, J.; Gottschalk, P.; Acutis, M.; Trevisiol, P.; Gentile, A.; Bellocchi, G.; Carlini, L.; Duru, M.; Cruz, P.; Gary, C.; Kansou, K.; Wery, J.; Dupraz, C.; Braudeau, E.; Martin, P.
Source Wageningen : SEAMLESS (Report / Seamless 28) - ISBN 9789085851165 - 29
Department(s) Agrosystems
Plant Production Systems
PE&RC
Publication type Scientific report
Publication year 2007
Keyword(s) landbouwproductie - systeemanalyse - simulatiemodellen - europese unie - agricultural production - systems analysis - simulation models - european union
Categories Plant Production Systems
Abstract The Agricultural Production and Externalities Simulator is a modular simulation system targeted at estimating the biophysical behaviour of agricultural production systems in response to the interaction of soil-weather and different options of agro-technical management. APES is currently meant to be used at field scale, simulating 1-D fluxes (future version will also use 2-D fluxes to account for multiple cropping). All modules of this release are first prototypes linked to test the hypothesis on the component based structure and to evaluate consequent modelling and technical issues; outputs should not be analyzed to evaluate model performance at this stage.
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