Agriculture/food/forestry/bioenergy

INITIATOR2

Type of evidence: 

"INITIATOR2 is an extension of the model INITIATOR (Integrated NITrogen Impact Assessment Tool On a Regional scale) that was developed to: (i) gain insight in the fate of all major nitrogen flows in the Netherlands and (ii) assess the impacts of improved agricultural practices and technical measures such as changes in animal housing on nitrogen fluxes in the Netherlands."

Heureka

Type of evidence: 

"The Heureka project has developed software for forest management planning and analysis, with special focus on multi-purpose forestry. The software applications are intended for both large-scale and small-scale forestry and enables an integrated analysis of different utilities."

EU-Rotate_N

Type of evidence: 

Source: 

LIAISE

"EU-Rotate_N is a dynamic, process-based simulation model for crop rotations including field vegetables, simulating water, carbon and nitrogen cycles in soil and crop and their combined impact on crop growth and yield."

EXPAMOD

Type of evidence: 

"EXPAMOD (Extrapolation Model) is used for up-scaling the outcomes from FSSIM to the European scale, in the form of price-supply relationships. EXPAMOD estimates a meta supply response function, by means of an econometric approach, depending on price variations, farm characteristics, and corresponding soil and climate."

EUFASOM

Type of evidence: 

"EUFASOM is a model constructed for the European Agricultural sectors and can be used to analyse changing policies, technologies, resources and markets. The model focuses only on the forestry sectors, while the rest of the economy is taken as given (exogenous). […] The model is mainly used to; forecast production quantities, including agriculture and forest harvests and land-use transfers; forecast equilibrium prices and trade for all products and regions included in the model."

ERGOM

Type of evidence: 

Source: 

LIAISE

"ERGOM is a biogeochemical model which was developed at Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research, Warnemuende, Germany by Thomas Neumann and Wolfgang Fennel. It incorporates the nitrogen and phosphorus cycle."

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