Managing Global Resources for a Secure Future

2017 Annual Meeting | Oct. 22-25 | Tampa, FL

201 Examples of Model Applications in Field Research Oral

Oral Session
ASA Section: Climatology and Modeling
Agricultural system models integrated experiments open up a vast arena for enhancing site-specific agronomic management across soils and climates and evaluating system sustainability over the long-term beyond the experiments. Application of system models also calls for a systems approach in research and data collection representing all the physical, chemical, and biological processes in the system. Collecting weather data that represent the cropping system under investigation is an essential prerequisite. The objective of this seminar is to bring together people interested in such good data collection and integrating with system models for novel applications for management, and present their experience.

Approved for CM 5.0 CEUs


Model Applications in Field Research Community

Tuesday, October 24, 2017: 9:25 AM-3:15 PM
Tampa Convention Center, Room 12

Community Leaders:
Saseendran Anapalli and Ole Wendroth
Saseendran Anapalli and Ole Wendroth
Ole Wendroth , Saseendran Anapalli and Gary Feng
9:25 AM
Introductory Remarks
9:30 AM
Conversion of a Wheat Field in Colorado to Mixed Perennials for Soil and Ecosystem Conservation: Watershed Simulation of Changes.
Timothy R. Green, USDA-ARS; Robert H. Erskine, USDA-ARS; Holm Kipka, Colorado State University; Nathan Lighthart, Colorado State University; Debbie Edmunds, USDA-ARS; Gregory S. McMaster, USDA-ARS
9:45 AM
Crop Model Application to Analyze the Effects of Long-Term Changes in Climate and Soil Fertility on Rice Yield – a Case Study with a 47-Year Experiment with NPK and Compost Applications to Paddy Fields.
Toshihiro Hasegawa, Tohoku Agricultural Research Center, NARO; Mizuhiko Nishida, Tohoku Agricultural Research Center, NARO; Mari Namikawa, Tohoku Agricultural Research Center, NARO; Tomoki Takahashi, Tohoku Agricultural Research Center, NARO
10:00 AM
10:15 AM
Using Apsim to Optimize Biochar Application Rates for Midwest Corn-Bioenergy Cropping Systems.
Deborah Aller, Iowa State University; Sotirios V. Archontoulis, Iowa State University; Wendong Zhang, Iowa State University; David A. Laird, Iowa State University; Kenneth Moore, Iowa State University
10:30 AM
Efect of Temperature on a Nutriment Formulation MODEL for Sorghum CROP.
Arturo Chong, Chapingo Autonomous University; Samuel Sanchez, Universidad Autonoma Chapingo
10:45 AM
11:00 AM
Analysis of the Potato Production Under Climate Change through Crop Modeling.
Rubi Raymundo, University of Minnesota; Senthold Asseng, University of Florida; Richard Robertson, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI); Gerrit Hoogenboom, University of Florida
11:15 AM
A Systems Modeling Approach to Forecast Corn Economic Optimum Nitrogen Rate.
Laila Puntel, Iowa State University; Sotirios V Archontoulis, Iowa State University; John E. Sawyer, Iowa State University; Michael J. Castellano, Iowa State University; Kenneth J. Moore, Iowa State University; Emily A. Heaton, Iowa State University; Peter J Thorburn, CSIRO; Andy VanLoocke, Iowa State University
11:30 AM
I. Development and Validation of Leaf Wetness Duration Model. II. Leaf Wetness Duration Based Sheath Blight Prediction in Burdhaman District, West Bengal.
Sandika Biswas, Tata Consultancy Services; Jayantrao Mohite, Tata Consultancy Services; Navin Kumar Twarakavi, Tata Consultancy Services; Srinivasu Pappula, Tata Consultancy Services
11:45 AM
Linking Crop Models with Highly Resolved Soil Sensor Observations to Improve Spatial Simulation of Soil-Crop Interactions.
Evelyn Wallor, Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research; Kurt C. Kersebaum, ZALF - Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research; Robin Gebbers, Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy
12:00 PM
Lunch Break
1:30 PM
Evaluation of Apex to Simulate Management Effects on Soil Properties.
Candiss Williams, USDA-NRCS; Evelyn M Steglich, USDA-NRCS; Skye A. Wills, USDA-NRCS
1:45 PM
Modeling Ecosystem Responses of Traditional and Bioenergy Producing Landscapes.
Curtis D Jones, University of Maryland; Ashwan D Reddy, University of Maryland; Stephen Hamilton, Michigan State University; Lawrence Gary Oates, University of Wisconsin-Madison; G. Philip Robertson, Michigan State University; Roberto C Izaurralde, University of Maryland
2:00 PM
2:15 PM
Parameter Estimation of Improved Rice Varieties in the Philippines Using Gencalc, Glue and Nmcga.
Prakash Kumar Jha, Michigan State University; Amor V.M. Ines, Michigan State University; Eunjin Han, International Research Institute for Climate and Society; Rolando Cruz, Philippine Rice Research Institute
2:30 PM
Simulating Subsurface Tile Drainage Water Outflow Using Drainmod in Atlantic Canada.
Lordwin Jeyakumar, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; David Mckenzie, St. John's Research and Development Centre; Wayne Molloy, St. John’s Research and Development Centre; Shabtai Bittman, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Derek Hunt, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada; Lakshman Galagedara, Memorial University-Grenfell Campus; Evan Derdall, Saskatoon Research and Development Centre
2:45 PM
Agroclimate: Simulating the Risk of Extreme Weather Events from a Crop Development Perspective.
Clyde W. Fraisse, University of Florida; Daniel Perondi, University of Florida; Jose H Andreis, University of Florida; Diego N. L. Pequeno, CGIAR (Consultative Group on Intl Agricultural Research); Caroline G. Staub, University of Florida
3:00 PM
Community Planning Session
3:15 PM