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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1999Analysis of Yield, Sowing and Flowering Dates of Barkley of Field Survey Results in Spain.SUPIT Iwan; WAGNER WolfgangArticles in Journals
2012Assessing climate change effects on European crop yields using the Crop Growth Monitoring System and a weather generatorSUPIT Iwan; VAN DIEPEN Cees; DE WIT Allard; WOLF Joost; KABAT P.; BARUTH Bettina; LUDWIG FaulcoArticles in Journals
2012Evaluation of MSG-derived global radiation estimates for application in a regional crop modelROERINK G.j.; BOJANOWSKI Jedrzej; DE WIT Allard; EERENS Herman; SUPIT Iwan; LEO Olivier; BOOGAARD HendrikArticles in Journals
1999National Wheat Yield Prediction of France as Affected by the Prediction Level.SUPIT Iwan; VAN DER GOOT ErikArticles in Journals
1998Predicting National Wheat Yields Using a Crop Simulation and Trend Models.SUPIT IwanArticles in Journals
2010Recent changes in the climatic yield potential of various crops in EuropeSUPIT Iwan; VAN DIEPEN Kees; DE WIT Allard; KABAT P.; BARUTH Bettina; LUDWIG F.Articles in Journals
2013A regional implementation of WOFOST for calculating yield gaps of autumn-sown wheat across the European UnionBOOGARD Hendrik; WOLF Joost; SUPIT Iwan; NIEMEYER Stefan; VAN ITTERSUM MartinArticles in Journals
1998A Simple Method to Estimate Global Radiation.SUPIT Iwan; VAN KAPPEL R.r.Articles in Journals
2010Trend analysis of the water requirements, consumption and deficit of field crops in EuropeSUPIT Iwan; VAN DIEPEN Kees; BOOGARD Hendrik; LUDWIG Faulco; BARUTH BettinaArticles in Journals
2010Using ERA-INTERIM for Regional Crop Yield Forecasting in EuropeDE WIT Allard; BARUTH Bettina; BOOGARD Hendrik; VAN DIEPEN Kees; VAN KRAALINGEN Daniel; MICALE Fabio; TE ROLLER Johnny; SUPIT Iwan; WIJNGARD RaymondArticles in Journals
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