2023 - Research.com Plant Science and Agronomy in Czech Republic Leader Award
2020 - Fellow of the Soil Science Society of America (SSSA)
2019 - Fellow of the American Society of Agronomy (ASA)
His primary areas of investigation include Agronomy, Climate change, Crop, Crop yield and Yield. His Agronomy research includes themes of Loam and Effects of global warming. His research in Climate change is mostly focused on Climate model.
His research investigates the connection with Crop and areas like Growing season which intersect with concerns in Phenology. His study in Crop yield is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Hydrology and Precipitation. His Yield study incorporates themes from Cropping, Agriculture, Global temperature and Atmospheric sciences.
Kurt Christian Kersebaum mostly deals with Agronomy, Climate change, Crop, Crop yield and Soil water. His Climate change research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cropping, Agriculture, Atmospheric sciences and Yield. His Agriculture study incorporates themes from Global warming, Agricultural engineering and Global change.
His work carried out in the field of Crop brings together such families of science as Cultivar, Yield, Food security and Sowing. His research in Crop yield intersects with topics in Hydrology, Evapotranspiration, Agroforestry and Precision agriculture. The Soil water study combines topics in areas such as Fertilizer and Nitrogen cycle.
Kurt Christian Kersebaum focuses on Climate change, Agronomy, Crop, Statistics and Agriculture. His Climate change research incorporates themes from Biomass, Mediterranean climate, Atmospheric sciences and Yield. His Crop research incorporates elements of Cultivar, Crop yield and Representative Concentration Pathways.
His Statistics research focuses on subjects like Phenology, which are linked to Experimental data. His Agriculture study combines topics in areas such as Global warming, Natural resource and Library science. His research in Crop simulation model focuses on subjects like Leaf area index, which are connected to Soil water.
His primary areas of investigation include Climate change, Crop, Food security, Statistics and Agriculture. In the subject of general Climate change, his work in Global change is often linked to Baseline, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Crop research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Water supply, Water use, Atmospheric sciences and Yield.
His work investigates the relationship between Statistics and topics such as Phenology that intersect with problems in Experimental data. His work on Water scarcity as part of general Agriculture research is frequently linked to Political science, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His research on Library science frequently links to adjacent areas such as Agronomy.
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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)
Impacts and adaptation of European crop production systems to climate change
J.E. Olesen;M. Trnka;K.C. Kersebaum;A.O. Skjelvåg.
European Journal of Agronomy (2011)
Uncertainty in Simulating Wheat Yields Under Climate Change
S. Asseng;F. Ewert;C. Rosenzweig;J. W. Jones.
Nature Climate Change (2013)
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)
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)
Agroclimatic conditions in Europe under climate change
M. Trnka;Jørgen Eivind Olesen;K. C. Kersebaum;A. O. Skjelvåg.
Global Change Biology (2011)
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)
Similar estimates of temperature impacts on global wheat yield by three independent methods
Bing Liu;Bing Liu;Senthold Asseng;Christoph Müller;Frank Ewert.
Simulation of spring barley yield in different climatic zones of Northern and Central Europe: A comparison of nine crop models
Reimund P. Rötter;Taru Palosuo;Kurt Christian Kersebaum;Carlos Angulo.
Field Crops Research (2012)
Validity of agroecosystem models a comparison of results of different models applied to the same data set
B. Diekkrüger;D. Söndgerath;K.C. Kersebaum;C.W. McVoy.
Ecological Modelling (1995)
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