The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Agronomy, Crop, Climate change, Soil water and Agriculture. Thomas Gaiser does research in Agronomy, focusing on Tillage specifically. The concepts of his Crop study are interwoven with issues in Drought stress and Yield.
The Climate change study combines topics in areas such as Cropping, Mediterranean climate and Boreal. His research in Soil water intersects with topics in Water use and Ecosystem. His Agriculture research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Population growth, Natural resource economics and Irrigation.
Thomas Gaiser mainly investigates Agronomy, Crop, Climate change, Soil water and Crop yield. His work deals with themes such as Agriculture and Nutrient, which intersect with Agronomy. His Crop research focuses on Statistics and how it relates to Phenology.
Thomas Gaiser has researched Climate change in several fields, including Cropping, Atmospheric sciences and Precipitation. His Soil water research incorporates themes from Water use, Erosion and Evapotranspiration. His research investigates the connection between Crop yield and topics such as Yield that intersect with issues in Food security.
Agronomy, Climate change, Soil water, Crop and Crop yield are his primary areas of study. He has included themes like Nutrient and Topsoil in his Agronomy study. His Climate change study combines topics in areas such as Biomass, Atmospheric sciences and Precipitation.
His studies deal with areas such as Crop residue, Tillage and Surface runoff as well as Soil water. His studies in Crop integrate themes in fields like Statistics, Extrapolation and Target population. His Crop yield research incorporates elements of Storm, Human fertilization and Yield.
His main research concerns Crop, Agronomy, Statistics, Nutrient and Fertilizer. Thomas Gaiser interconnects Extrapolation, Target population and Phenology in the investigation of issues within Crop. His Agronomy research includes elements of Soil water and Soil fertility.
He focuses mostly in the field of Soil water, narrowing it down to matters related to Tillage and, in some cases, Crop residue. The Fertilizer study which covers Nutrient management that intersects with Biomass, Leaf area index, Climate change, Crop simulation model and Leaching. His Climate change study incorporates themes from Mediterranean climate and Agricultural engineering.
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Modeling Soil Processes: Review, Key Challenges, and New Perspectives
H. Vereecken;A. Schnepf;J. W. Hopmans;M. Javaux.
Vadose Zone Journal (2016)
The global technical and economic potential of bioenergy from salt-affected soils
Birka Wicke;Edward Smeets;Veronika Dornburg;Boris Vashev.
Crop modelling for integrated assessment of risk to food production from climate change
F. Ewert;R.P. Rötter;M. Bindi;H. Webber.
Nutrient acquisition from arable subsoils in temperate climates: A review
Timo Kautz;Wulf Amelung;Frank Ewert;Thomas Gaiser.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2013)
Heat stress in cereals: Mechanisms and modelling
Ehsan Eyshi Rezaei;Heidi Webber;Thomas Gaiser;Jesse Naab.
European Journal of Agronomy (2015)
Diverging importance of drought stress for maize and winter wheat in Europe
Heidi Webber;Frank Ewert;Jørgen E. Olesen;Christoph Müller.
Nature Communications (2018)
Impact of spatial soil and climate input data aggregation on regional yield simulations
Holger Hoffmann;Gang Zhao;Senthold Asseng;Marco Bindi.
PLOS ONE (2016)
Crop rotation modelling—A European model intercomparison
Chris Kollas;Kurt Christian Kersebaum;Claas Nendel;Kiril Manevski.
European Journal of Agronomy (2015)
Analysis and classification of data sets for calibration and validation of agro-ecosystem models
K.C. Kersebaum;K.J. Boote;J.S. Jorgenson;C. Nendel.
Environmental Modelling and Software (2015)
Temperature and Precipitation Effects on Wheat Yield Across a European Transect: a Crop Model Ensemble Analysis Using Impact Response Surfaces
N. Pirttioja;T. R. Carter;S. Fronzek;M. Bindi.
Climate Research (2015)
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