Holger Meinke
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An overview of APSIM, a model designed for farming systems simulation
BA Keating, PS Carberry, GL Hammer, ME Probert, MJ Robertson, ...
European journal of agronomy 18 (3-4), 267-288, 2003
26722003
Adapting agriculture to climate change
SM Howden, JF Soussana, FN Tubiello, N Chhetri, M Dunlop, H Meinke
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 104 (50), 19691-19696, 2007
20752007
The vulnerability of Australian rural communities to climate variability and change: Part II—Integrating impacts with adaptive capacity
R Nelson, P Kokic, S Crimp, P Martin, H Meinke, SM Howden, P de Voil, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 13 (1), 18-27, 2010
3872010
Seasonal and inter-annual climate forecasting: the new tool for increasing preparedness to climate variability and change in agricultural planning and operations
H Meinke, RC Stone
Climatic change 70 (1), 221-253, 2005
3842005
Eco‐efficient agriculture: Concepts, challenges, and opportunities
BA Keating, PS Carberry, PS Bindraban, S Asseng, H Meinke, J Dixon
Crop science 50, S-109-S-119, 2010
3332010
Development of a generic crop model template in the cropping system model APSIM
E Wang, MJ Robertson, GL Hammer, PS Carberry, D Holzworth, ...
European journal of Agronomy 18 (1-2), 121-140, 2002
2952002
Actionable climate knowledge: from analysis to synthesis
H Meinke, R Nelson, P Kokic, R Stone, R Selvaraju, W Baethgen
Climate Research 33 (1), 101-110, 2006
2872006
Impacts of the Madden–Julian oscillation on Australian rainfall and circulation
MC Wheeler, HH Hendon, S Cleland, H Meinke, A Donald
Journal of Climate 22 (6), 1482-1498, 2009
2782009
The vulnerability of Australian rural communities to climate variability and change: Part I—Conceptualising and measuring vulnerability
R Nelson, P Kokic, S Crimp, H Meinke, SM Howden
environmental science & policy 13 (1), 8-17, 2010
2332010
Adaptation science for agriculture and natural resource management—urgency and theoretical basis
H Meinke, SM Howden, PC Struik, R Nelson, D Rodriguez, SC Chapman
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 1 (1), 69-76, 2009
2142009
A sunflower simulation model: I. Model development
SC Chapman, GL Hammer, H Meinke
Agronomy Journal 85 (3), 725-735, 1993
1991993
Near‐global impact of the Madden‐Julian Oscillation on rainfall
A Donald, H Meinke, B Power, AHN Maia, MC Wheeler, N White, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 33 (9), 2006
1972006
Beyond climate-smart agriculture: toward safe operating spaces for global food systems
H Neufeldt, M Jahn, BM Campbell, JR Beddington, F DeClerck, ...
Agriculture & Food Security 2 (1), 1-6, 2013
1742013
Potential applications of subseasonal‐to‐seasonal (S2S) predictions
CJ White, H Carlsen, AW Robertson, RJT Klein, JK Lazo, A Kumar, ...
Meteorological applications 24 (3), 315-325, 2017
1732017
Modelling global change impacts on wheat cropping in south-east Queensland, Australia
PJ Reyenga, SM Howden, H Meinke, GM McKeon
Environmental modelling & software 14 (4), 297-306, 1999
1591999
Potential deep drainage under wheat crops in a Mediterranean climate. I. Temporal and spatial variability
S Asseng, IRP Fillery, FX Dunin, BA Keating, H Meinke
Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 52 (1), 45-56, 2001
1492001
Increasing profits and reducing risks in crop production using participatory systems simulation approaches
H Meinke, WE Baethgen, PS Carberry, M Donatelli, GL Hammer, ...
Agricultural Systems 70 (2-3), 493-513, 2001
1332001
Climate and land degradation
MVK Sivakumar, N Ndiang'Ui
Springer Science & Business Media, 2007
127*2007
Providing seasonal-to-interannual climate information for risk management and decision-making
L Goddard, Y Aitchellouche, W Baethgen, M Dettinger, R Graham, ...
Procedia Environmental Sciences 1, 81-101, 2010
1072010
Rice in cropping systems—Modelling transitions between flooded and non-flooded soil environments
DS Gaydon, ME Probert, RJ Buresh, H Meinke, A Suriadi, A Dobermann, ...
European journal of agronomy 39, 9-24, 2012
1062012
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