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Abbas, G., Ahmad, S., Ahmad, A., Nasim, W., Fatima, Z., Hussain, S., et al. (2017). Quantification the impacts of climate change and crop management on phenology of maize-based cropping system in Punjab, Pakistan. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 247, 42–55.
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Basso, B., Ritchie, J. T., & Jones, J. W. (2012). On modeling approaches for effective assessment of hydrology of bioenergy crops: Comments on Le et al. (2011) Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 108:15085-15090. European Journal of Agronomy, 38, 64–65.
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Bassu, S., Brisson, N., Durand, J. - L., Boote, K., Lizaso, J., Jones, J. W., et al. (2014). How do various maize crop models vary in their responses to climate change factors? Glob Change Biol, 20(7), 2301–2320.
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Bush, M. B., Correa-Metrio, A., van Woesik, R., Shadik, C. R., & McMichael, C. N. H. (2017). Human disturbance amplifies Amazonian El Niño-Southern Oscillation signal. Glob Change Biol, 23(8), 3181–3192.
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Cammarano, D., Stefanova, L., Ortiz, B. V., Ramirez-Rodrigues, M., Asseng, S., Misra, V., et al. (2013). Evaluating the fidelity of downscaled climate data on simulated wheat and maize production in the southeastern US. Reg. Environ. Change, 13(1), 101–110.
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De Sanctis, G., Roggero, P. P., Seddaiu, G., Orsini, R., Porter, C. H., & Jones, J. W. (2012). Long-term no tillage increased soil organic carbon content of rain-fed cereal systems in a Mediterranean area. European Journal of Agronomy, 40, 18–27.
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Dzotsi, K. A., Basso, B., & Jones, J. W. (2013). Development, uncertainty and sensitivity analysis of the simple SALUS crop model in DSSAT. Ecological Modelling, 260, 62–76.
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He, J., Dukes, M. D., Hochmuth, G. J., Jones, J. W., & Graham, W. D. (2012). Identifying irrigation and nitrogen best management practices for sweet corn production on sandy soils using CERES-Maize model. Agricultural Water Management, 109, 61–70.
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Hernandez-Ochoa, I. M., & Asseng, S. (2018). Cropping Systems and Climate Change in Humid Subtropical Environments. Agronomy, 8(2), 19.
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Hoffmann, M. P., Haakana, M., Asseng, S., Höhn, J. G., Palosuo, T., Ruiz-Ramos, M., et al. (2018). How does inter-annual variability of attainable yield affect the magnitude of yield gaps for wheat and maize? An analysis at ten sites. Agricultural Systems, 159, 199–208.
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Kim, S. H., Kim, J., Walko, R., Myoung, B., Stack, D., & Kafatos, M. (2015). Climate Change Impacts on Maize-yield Potential in the Southwestern United States. In Procedia Environmental Sciences (Vol. 29, pp. 279–280).
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Kuchenbuch, R. O., & Ingram, K. T. (2004). Effects of soil bulk density on seminal and lateral roots of young maize plants (Zea mays L.). Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science, 167, 229–235.
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Msowoya, K., Madani, K., Davtalab, R., Mirchi, A., & Lund, J. R. (2016). Climate Change Impacts on Maize Production in the Warm Heart of Africa. Water Resources Management, 30(14), 5299–5312.
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Negm, L. M., Youssef, M. A., Skaggs, R. W., Chescheir, G. M., & Jones, J. (2014). DRAINMOD-DSSAT model for simulating hydrology, soil carbon and nitrogen dynamics, and crop growth for drained crop land. Agricultural Water Management, 137, 30–45.
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Palm, C., Neill, C., Lefebvre, P., & Tully, K. (2017). Targeting Sustainable Intensification of Maize-Based Agriculture in East Africa. Tropical Conservation Science, 10, 194008291772067.
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Royce, F. S., Jones, J. W., & Hansen, J. W. (2001). Model-based optimization of crop management for climate forecast applications. Transactions of the ASAE, 44, 1319–1327.
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Tesfaye, K., Kruseman, G., Cairns, J. E., Zaman-Allah, M., Wegary, D., Zaidi, P. H., et al. (2018). Potential benefits of drought and heat tolerance for adapting maize to climate change in tropical environments. Climate Risk Management, 19, 106–119.
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Tito, R., Vasconcelos, H. L., & Feeley, K. J. (2018). Global climate change increases risk of crop yield losses and food insecurity in the tropical Andes. Glob Change Biol, 24(2), e592–e602.
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