In the subject of Programming language, Peter D. Jamieson integrates adjacent academic fields such as Documentation and Set (abstract data type). Set (abstract data type) and Programming language are frequently intertwined in his study. He applies his multidisciplinary studies on Agronomy and Agricultural engineering in his research. In his papers, he integrates diverse fields, such as Agricultural engineering and Agronomy. In his work, Peter D. Jamieson performs multidisciplinary research in Electrical engineering and Marine engineering. In his research, he performs multidisciplinary study on Marine engineering and Electrical engineering. Peter D. Jamieson conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Crop and Weed through his works. Weed and Crop are two areas of study in which Peter D. Jamieson engages in interdisciplinary research. Peter D. Jamieson incorporates Wind power and Offshore wind power in his studies.
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A test of the computer simulation model ARCWHEAT1 on wheat crops grown in New Zealand
P.D. Jamieson;J.R. Porter;D.R. Wilson.
Field Crops Research (1991)
Sirius: a mechanistic model of wheat response to environmental variation
P.D. Jamieson;M.A. Semenov;I.R. Brooking;G.S. Francis.
European Journal of Agronomy (1998)
Modeling Grain Nitrogen Accumulation and Protein Composition to Understand the Sink/Source Regulations of Nitrogen Remobilization for Wheat
Pierre Martre;John R. Porter;Peter D. Jamieson;Eugène Triboï.
Plant Physiology (2003)
Simulated wheat growth affected by rising temperature, increased water deficit and elevated atmospheric CO2
S. Asseng;P.D. Jamieson;B. Kimball;P. Pinter.
Field Crops Research (2004)
A comparison of the models AFRCWHEAT2, CERES-Wheat, Sirius, SUCROS2 and SWHEAT with measurements from wheat grown under drought
P.D. Jamieson;J.R. Porter;J. Goudriaan;J.T. Ritchie.
Field Crops Research (1998)
Modelling nitrogen uptake and redistribution in wheat
P.D. Jamieson;M.A. Semenov.
Field Crops Research (2000)
Effects of elevated CO2 and drought on wheat: testing crop simulation models for different experimental and climatic conditions
F Ewert;D Rodriguez;P Jamieson;M.A Semenov.
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment (2002)
Prediction of leaf appearance in wheat: a question of temperature
P.D. Jamieson;I.R. Brooking;J.R. Porter;D.R. Wilson.
Field Crops Research (1995)
Effect of soil temperature on phenology, canopy development, biomass and yield of maize in a cool-temperate climate
P.J. Stone;I.B. Sorensen;P.D. Jamieson.
Field Crops Research (1999)
Modelling protein content and composition in relation to crop nitrogen dynamics for wheat
Pierre Martre;Peter D. Jamieson;Mikhail A. Semenov;Robert F. Zyskowski.
European Journal of Agronomy (2006)
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