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The aim of ICFAR is to enhance the knowledge about the expected climate change impacts on Italian cropping systems with particular attention to the assessment of uncertainties and to the development of adaptation strategies in different environmental conditions.ICFAR will analyse the components of uncertainty by applying  mathematical models calibrated with robust datasets from Long Term field Experiments (LTEs) that will be updated, validated and used to check the long term impacts of agronomic management practices on crop yield, water, C and N cycles.A special attention will be given to the dissemination of results and to the training and education of young researchers.

ICFAR Scientific Coordinator: Pier Paolo Roggero – University of Sassari, Department of Agricultural Sciences
Type of Grant: MIUR- PRIN  2010

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15-17 March 2016: iCROPM2016, Berlin, Germany MACSUR and AgMIP jointly presented the International Crop Modelling Symposium “Crop Modelling for Agriculture and Food Security under Global Change”.

19 November, 2015 – Accademia dei georgofili, Florence Cambiamenti climatici e ruolo del settore agricolo e forestale (stato e prospettive della Ricerca in Italia) – http://www.georgofili.it/detail.asp?IDN=1518

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