|An overview of APSIM, a model designed for farming systems simulation|
BA Keating, PS Carberry, GL Hammer, ME Probert, MJ Robertson, ...
European journal of agronomy 18 (3-4), 267-288, 2003
|Rising temperatures reduce global wheat production|
S Asseng, F Ewert, P Martre, RP Rötter, DB Lobell, D Cammarano, ...
Nature climate change 5 (2), 143-147, 2015
|Uncertainty in simulating wheat yields under climate change|
S Asseng, F Ewert, C Rosenzweig, JW Jones, JL Hatfield, AC Ruane, ...
Nature climate change 3 (9), 827-832, 2013
|The agricultural model intercomparison and improvement project (AgMIP): protocols and pilot studies|
C Rosenzweig, JW Jones, JL Hatfield, AC Ruane, KJ Boote, P Thorburn, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 170, 166-182, 2013
|The impact of temperature variability on wheat yields|
S Asseng, IAN Foster, NC Turner
Global Change Biology 17 (2), 997-1012, 2011
|Temperature increase reduces global yields of major crops in four independent estimates|
C Zhao, B Liu, S Piao, X Wang, DB Lobell, Y Huang, M Huang, Y Yao, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (35), 9326-9331, 2017
|Simulated wheat growth affected by rising temperature, increased water deficit and elevated atmospheric CO2|
S Asseng, PD Jamieson, B Kimball, P Pinter, K Sayre, JW Bowden, ...
Field Crops Research 85 (2-3), 85-102, 2004
|Performance of the APSIM-wheat model in Western Australia|
S Asseng, BA Keating, IRP Fillery, PJ Gregory, JW Bowden, NC Turner, ...
Field Crops Research 57 (2), 163-179, 1998
|Eco‐efficient agriculture: Concepts, challenges, and opportunities|
BA Keating, PS Carberry, PS Bindraban, S Asseng, H Meinke, J Dixon
Crop science 50, S-109-S-119, 2010
|Multimodel ensembles of wheat growth: many models are better than one|
P Martre, D Wallach, S Asseng, F Ewert, JW Jones, RP Rötter, KJ Boote, ...
Global change biology 21 (2), 911-925, 2015
|Climate change impacts on wheat production in a Mediterranean environment in Western Australia|
F Ludwig, S Asseng
Agricultural Systems 90 (1-3), 159-179, 2006
|Root growth and water uptake during water deficit and recovering in wheat|
S Asseng, JT Ritchie, AJM Smucker, MJ Robertson
Plant and Soil 201 (2), 265-273, 1998
|Similar estimates of temperature impacts on global wheat yield by three independent methods|
B Liu, S Asseng, C Müller, F Ewert, J Elliott, DB Lobell, P Martre, ...
Nature Climate Change 6 (12), 1130-1136, 2016
|Analysis of water-and nitrogen-use efficiency of wheat in a Mediterranean climate|
S Asseng, NC Turner, BA Keating
Plant and Soil 233 (1), 127-143, 2001
|Sensitivity of productivity and deep drainage of wheat cropping systems in a Mediterranean environment to changes in CO2, temperature and precipitation|
MK Van Ittersum, SM Howden, S Asseng
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 97 (1-3), 255-273, 2003
|Crop modelling for integrated assessment of risk to food production from climate change|
F Ewert, RP Rötter, M Bindi, H Webber, M Trnka, KC Kersebaum, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 72, 287-303, 2015
|Analysis of the benefits to wheat yield from assimilates stored prior to grain filling in a range of environments*|
S Asseng, AF Van Herwaarden
Plant and Soil 256 (1), 217-229, 2003
|Use of the APSIM wheat model to predict yield, drainage, and NO3-leaching for a deep sand|
S Asseng, GC Anderson, FX Dunin, IRP Fillery, PJ Dolling, BA Keating
Australian journal of agricultural research 49 (3), 363-378, 1998
|Performance and application of the APSIM Nwheat model in the Netherlands|
S Asseng, H Van Keulen, W Stol
European journal of agronomy 12 (1), 37-54, 2000
|Nitrogen and water flows under pasture–wheat and lupin–wheat rotations in deep sands in Western Australia. 2. Drainage and nitrate leaching|
GC Anderson, IRP Fillery, FX Dunin, PJ Dolling, S Asseng
Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 49 (3), 345-362, 1998