Software challenges for the Agricultural Model Intercomparison Project
The Agricultural Model Intercomparison Project (AgMIP) is a distributed climate-scenario simulation exercise for historical model intercomparison and future climate change conditions with participation of multiple crop and world agricultural trade modeling groups around the world. Within the AgMIP network, more than a hundred scientists across the globe are challenged to intercompare a variety of agricultural models that have been developed in the past decades to simulate crop production in different areas. This talk will summarize some of the use cases collected, and will preview tools and application scenarios specified by the IT team of the AgMIP network for supporting crop modelling intercomparison, in its last two meetings in Long Beach, California, USA (Oct 2010), and in Amsterdam, The Netherlands (Apr 2011).
C. Porter, S. Janssen, I. N. Athanasiadis, Software challenges for the Agricultural Model Intercomparison Project, 3rd International Workshop on Software Research and Climate Change at 25th European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming (ECOOP-2011), 2011.
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