Jørgen E. Olesen mainly investigates Agronomy, Climate change, Agriculture, Crop and Crop rotation. Jørgen E. Olesen interconnects Catch crop, Loam and Organic farming in the investigation of issues within Agronomy. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Climatology, Crop yield, Environmental resource management and Yield.
His Agriculture research incorporates themes from Global warming, Land use, Greenhouse gas and Environmental protection. His Crop research integrates issues from Growing season, Anthesis, Phenology and Winter wheat. The concepts of his Crop rotation study are interwoven with issues in Cropping system and Agricultural science.
His primary areas of investigation include Agronomy, Climate change, Crop rotation, Agriculture and Manure. His research integrates issues of Soil water and Organic farming in his study of Agronomy. His Climate change research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Climatology, Atmospheric sciences and Environmental resource management.
His Crop rotation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Leaching, Arable land, Cover crop, Loam and Tillage. His Agriculture research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Agroforestry, Land use, Greenhouse gas and Yield. His Manure study combines topics in areas such as Catch crop and Fertilizer.
His primary areas of study are Agronomy, Climate change, Agriculture, Cover crop and Land use. His Agronomy course of study focuses on Arable land and Nitrate. His Climate change study also includes
The study incorporates disciplines such as Natural resource economics, Nutrient, Water Framework Directive and Environmental protection in addition to Agriculture. His work is dedicated to discovering how Land use, Climate model are connected with Extensive farming and other disciplines. Jørgen E. Olesen works mostly in the field of Manure, limiting it down to concerns involving Crop yield and, occasionally, Irrigation.
Jørgen E. Olesen focuses on Climate change, Agronomy, Environmental resource management, Global warming and Agriculture. His Climate change research includes elements of Food security, Phenology and Land use. As part of the same scientific family, Jørgen E. Olesen usually focuses on Phenology, concentrating on Boreal and intersecting with Agroforestry, Crop yield and Crop.
Agronomy is frequently linked to Soil management in his study. The various areas that Jørgen E. Olesen examines in his Global warming study include Water scarcity and Cellulase. His work on Crop management as part of general Agriculture study is frequently connected to Value, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
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Rising Temperatures Reduce Global Wheat Production
S. Asseng;F. Ewert;P. Martre;P. Martre;R. P. Rötter.
Nature Climate Change (2015)
Uncertainty in Simulating Wheat Yields Under Climate Change
S. Asseng;F. Ewert;C. Rosenzweig;J. W. Jones.
Nature Climate Change (2013)
Climate Change Effects on Runoff, Catchment Phosphorus Loading and Lake Ecological State, and Potential Adaptations
Erik Jeppesen;Brian Kronvang;Mariana Meerhoff;Martin Søndergaard.
Journal of Environmental Quality (2009)
Adaptation to Climate Change in Developing Countries
Ole Mertz;Kirsten Halsnæs;Jørgen E. Olesen;Kjeld Rasmussen.
Environmental Management (2009)
Simulation of winter wheat yield and its variability in different climates of Europe: A comparison of eight crop growth models
Taru Palosuo;Kurt Christian Kersebaum;Carlos Angulo;Petr Hlavinka.
European Journal of Agronomy (2011)
Uncertainties in projected impacts of climate change on European agriculture and terrestrial ecosystems based on scenarios from regional climate models
J. E. Olesen;T. R. Carter;C. H. Díaz-Ambrona;S. Fronzek.
Climatic Change (2007)
Crop-climate models need an overhaul
Reimund P. Rötter;Timothy R. Carter;Jørgen E. Olesen;John R. Porter.
Nature Climate Change (2011)
Modelling greenhouse gas emissions from European conventional and organic dairy farms
J.E. Olesen;K. Schelde;A. Weiske;M.R. Weisbjerg.
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment (2006)
Adverse weather conditions for European wheat production will become more frequent with climate change
Miroslav Trnka;Miroslav Trnka;Reimund P. Rötter;Margarita Ruiz-Ramos;Kurt Christian Kersebaum.
Nature Climate Change (2014)
Multimodel ensembles of wheat growth: many models are better than one
Pierre Martre;Pierre Martre;Daniel Wallach;Senthold Asseng;Frank Ewert.
Global Change Biology (2015)
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