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Examining wheat yield sensitivity to temperature and precipitation changes for a large ensemble of crop models using impact response surfaces.
In: "CropM International Symposium and Workshop: Modelling climate change impacts on crop production for food security", 10/02/2014-12/02/2014, Oslo. p. 2.
Impact response surfaces (IRSs) depict the response of an impact variable to changes in two explanatory variables as a plotted surface. Here, IRSs of spring and winter wheat yields were constructed from a 25-member ensemble of process-based crop simulation models.
Twenty-one models were calibrated by different groups using a common set of calibration data, with calibrations applied independently to the same models in three cases. The sensitivity of modelled yield to changes in temperature and precipitation was tested by
systematically modifying values of 1981-2010 baseline weather data to span the range of 19 changes projected for the late 21st century at three locations in Europe.