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The APSIM Classic crop modelling system.
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The Agricultural Production Systems sIMulator (APSIM) is a comprehensive model developed to simulate biophysical processes in agricultural systems, particularly as it relates to the economic and ecological outcomes of management practices in the face of climate risk. It is also being used to explore options and solutions for the food security, climate change adaptation and mitigation and carbon trading problem domains. From its inception twenty years ago, APSIM has evolved into a framework containing many of the key models required to explore changes in agricultural landscapes with capability ranging from simulation of gene expression through to multi-field farms and beyond.less
SIP P1 – APSIM - APSIM - Published 07 Jul 2020
AusFarm modelling tool built using the Common Modelling Protocol.
One CSIRO Rural Decision Support - Software development - Published 20 Mar 2020
These data are historic weather records for Australia obtained from the Bureau of Meteorology, then processed for use with the GrazPlan suite of decision support tools (MetAccess, GrassGro and AusFarm... more). The raw data must not be redistributed without the consent of the Bureau of Meteorology.less
SIP 60 APSIM Development - - Published 11 Feb 2020
Scientific reference collection of physical samples of Australian soils. There are over 100,000 soil specimens in the collection: 70,000 fully archived and 30,000 stored specimens (still to be archive... mored). The specimen collection reflects the changes in research focus over the last 70 years and expects to continue this into the future.
The starting collection, which was received at the founding of the Soil Archive in 2003, has been complemented by more recent submissions from other agencies and current CSIRO projects from a range of Business Units (predominantly Agriculture & Food, Land & Water). Researchers can submit their soil specimens to the Soil Archive. These soil specimens will need to be accompanied by the collected soil data. For more information, see our website.
The sub sample collection of the Soil Archive holds 43,000 specimens of fine earth (< 2 mm) (10 gram duplicates of the larger specimens) that are suitable to near-infrared spectroscopic analysis. less
Legacy data - Australian Soil Resource Information System - Published 25 Jun 2019
History: rotation phase for each plot from 1925 to 1993.
Grain yield: for each plot from 1925 to 1993.
Total dry matter: for each plot from 1925 to 1991.
Pasture cuts: for each plot from 1950 to 1991.... more
Pasture composition: for each plot from 1950 to 1991.
Monthly climate data: from 1925 to 1993.
Soil carbon data: measured total organic carbon (by combustion) and size fractions (by MIR-PLSR prediction) and delta 14C values for select plots for 1963, 1973, 1983 and 1993 for each of 0-10 cm and 10-22.5 cm depths.less
1179.2 Uncertainty quantification in soi - Soil carbon measurement - Published 23 May 2019
GrazFeed is a decision support tool developed by CSIRO to help graziers improve the profitability of livestock production, through more efficient use of pastures and supplementary feeds.
GrazFeed is r... moreegarded as the industry benchmark for the nutrition of grazing animals in temperate Australia. It is based on the Australian Feeding Standards (1990).less
SIP 60 APSIM Development - Software Development - Published 01 Nov 2018
Monthly climate data, soil organic carbon pools and annual plant residue inputs from a number of Australian field studies that were used for the calibration and verification of the National Carbon Acc... moreounting System. less
Acquired - Legacy data collection - Published 06 Feb 2015