Data on the effects of crop rotational diversity and nitrogen fertilisation on cereal yields - Data on effects of crop rotational diversity and nitrogen fertilisation on cereal yields
SND-ID: 2022-230-1. Version: 1. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5878/8af1-0q60
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Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences - Department of Ecology
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This data was used in the article: Smith et al., Increasing crop rotational diversity can enhance cereal yields, Communications Earth and Environment, 2023.
See the attached documents for more information, including, ‘Metadata.txt’ for description of data codes, ‘Crop_rotation_information_desc.txt’ and ‘Crop_rotation_information.tsv’ detailing cropping sequence and mean yields of each rotation per site and ‘R_script_Smith_etal.Rmd’ to see how this data was used in the associated article.
R markdown output of the script is provided in the form of R_script_Smith_etal.pdf.
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- Mode of collection: Field/Intervention experiment
- Description of the mode of collection: Data was originally collected from long-term agricultural trials across Europe and North America (see contributors of data). A research team at SLU collated and formatted the data to fit the purpose of examining the trends for the effects of crop rotational diversity and nitrogen fertilisation on cereal yields across a large geographical range.
- Time period(s) for data collection: 1958 – 2020
- Temporal resolution: 1 year
Department of Ecology
Francisco Calderon - Oregon State University, Columbia Basin Agricultural Research Center
William Deen - University of Guelph, Department of Plant Agriculture
Shannon Osborne - USDA-ARS, North Central Agricultural Research Laboratory
Boel Sandström - Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Agricultural Research for Northern SwedenShow less..
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Agriculture, forestry and fisheries (Standard för svensk indelning av forskningsämnen 2011)
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Smith, Vico, Costa, Bowles, Gaudin, Hallin, Watson, Alarcòn, Berti, Blecharczyk, Calderon, Culman, Deen, Drury, Garcia y Garcia, García-Díaz, Hernández Plaza, Jonczyk, Jäck, Lehman, Montemurro, Morari, Onofri, Osborne, Pasamón, Sandström, Santín-Montanyá, Sawinska, Schmer, Stalenga, Strock, Tei, Topp, Ventrella, Walker, Bommarco, "Increasing crop rotational diversity can enhance cereal yields", Communications Earth and Environment, 2023.
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