Gassman publishes in Agricultural Systems
Research Scientist Phil Gassman published in the most recent issue of Agricultural Systems. Gassman authored the article "Field scale SWAT+ modeling of corn and soybean yields for the contiguous United States: National Agroecosystem Model Development" with Natalja Cerkasova, Jungang Gao, and Manyowa Meki of Texas A&M AgriLife Research, Michael White, Jeffrey Arnold, Marilyn Gambone, and James Kiniry of USDA-ARS Grassland Soil and Water Research Laboratory, Katrin Bieger of Aarhus University, and Peter Allen of Baylor University.
The article develops the National Agroecosystem Model: a comprehensive model that uses the updated Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT+) to accurately simulate staple crop yields across the contiguous United States, with an initial focus on corn and soybean yields.
Field scale SWAT+ modeling of corn and soybean yields for the contiguous United States: National Agroecosystem Model Development
Natalja Cerkasova, Michael White, Jeffrey Arnold, Katrin Bieger, Peter Allen, Jungang Gao, Marilyn Gambone, Manyowa Meki, James Kiniry, Philip W. Gassman
Agriculture Systems 210(August 2023):103695
(Released June 2023)