A Regional-Scale Tool for Examining The Effects of Global Change on Agro-Ecosystems

The Magec Project

P Smith, A P Whitmore, F Wechsung, M Donatelli, K Coleman, X Yin, W Cramer, J Smith, F Agostini

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Abstract

Agro-ecosystems cover over 51% of the land area of the European Union and so form a vital component of any future prediction of global change impact at the European level. The MAGEC project (Modelling Agroecosystems under Global Environmental Change) will provide modules of soil/plant interactions in agro-ecosystems to contribute to patch ( <O.1 km) and regional scale (10-100km) modelling frameworks already under development within the EU-TERI programme.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1999
EventGCTE FOCUS 3 Conference: Food and Forestry, Global change and global challenges - Reading, United Kingdom
Duration: 20 Sep 199923 Sep 1999

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ConferenceGCTE FOCUS 3 Conference: Food and Forestry, Global change and global challenges
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityReading
Period20/09/9923/09/99

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Smith, P., Whitmore, A. P., Wechsung, F., Donatelli, M., Coleman, K., Yin, X., ... Agostini, F. (1999). A Regional-Scale Tool for Examining The Effects of Global Change on Agro-Ecosystems: The Magec Project. Abstract from GCTE FOCUS 3 Conference: Food and Forestry, Global change and global challenges, Reading, United Kingdom.

A Regional-Scale Tool for Examining The Effects of Global Change on Agro-Ecosystems : The Magec Project. / Smith, P; Whitmore, A P; Wechsung, F; Donatelli, M; Coleman, K; Yin, X; Cramer, W; Smith, J; Agostini, F.

1999. Abstract from GCTE FOCUS 3 Conference: Food and Forestry, Global change and global challenges, Reading, United Kingdom.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

Smith, P, Whitmore, AP, Wechsung, F, Donatelli, M, Coleman, K, Yin, X, Cramer, W, Smith, J & Agostini, F 1999, 'A Regional-Scale Tool for Examining The Effects of Global Change on Agro-Ecosystems: The Magec Project' GCTE FOCUS 3 Conference: Food and Forestry, Global change and global challenges, Reading, United Kingdom, 20/09/99 - 23/09/99, .
Smith P, Whitmore AP, Wechsung F, Donatelli M, Coleman K, Yin X et al. A Regional-Scale Tool for Examining The Effects of Global Change on Agro-Ecosystems: The Magec Project. 1999. Abstract from GCTE FOCUS 3 Conference: Food and Forestry, Global change and global challenges, Reading, United Kingdom.
Smith, P ; Whitmore, A P ; Wechsung, F ; Donatelli, M ; Coleman, K ; Yin, X ; Cramer, W ; Smith, J ; Agostini, F. / A Regional-Scale Tool for Examining The Effects of Global Change on Agro-Ecosystems : The Magec Project. Abstract from GCTE FOCUS 3 Conference: Food and Forestry, Global change and global challenges, Reading, United Kingdom.
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