Soil Science Department, IACR-Rothamsted, Harpenden, GB
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Statistical methods are used to determine good model performance. as follows:
Bradbury, N.J. and Powlson, D.S. (1994) The potential impact of globalenvironmental change on nitrogen dynamics in arable systems. In: SoilResponses to Climate Change (eds M.D.A. Rounsevell and P.J.Loveland), NATO ASI Series, Springer, Heidelberg.
Jenkinson, D.S., Bradbury, N.J. and Coleman, K. (1994) How theRothamsted Classical Experiments have been used to develop and testmodels for the turnover of carbon and nitrogen in soil. In: Long-termExperiments in Agricultural and Ecological Sciences (eds R.A. Leigh andA.E. Johnston), CAB International.
Smith, J.U., Bradbury, N.J. and Addiscott, T.M. (1995) SUNDIAL:Simulation of Nitrogen Dynamics in Arable Land. A user-friendly,PC-based version of the Rothamsted Nitrogen Turnover model.Agronomy J. (in press).
Whitmore, A.P., Coleman, K.W., Bradbury, N.J. and Addiscott, T.M.(1991) Simulation of nitrogen in soil and winter wheat crops: modellingnitrogen turnover through organic matter. Fertilizer Research 27,283-291.