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CERES-EGC - [FR] CERES-EGC est un modèle de simulation des cycles eau-carbone-azote dans les agro-écosystèmes, développé à l'UMR Environnement et grandes cultures depuis 1993. Il permet de prédire à la fois la productivité et les bilans environnementaux des cultures, en lien avec les pratiques agricoles. [EN] CERES-EGC is a model simulating the cycles of water, carbon and nitrogen in agro-ecosystems, developed at the Environment and Arable Crops Joint Research Unit since the 1990's. It predicts both the productivity and environmental impacts of arable crops, in relation to agricultural practices.
Tags: atmosphere, bilan hydrique

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