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Wanulcas 3.01 background on a model of water, nutrient, and light capture in agroforestry systems by Meine van Noordwijk

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Published by World Agroforestry Centre in Bogor, Indonesia .
Written in English


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StatementMeine van Noordwijk, Betha Lusiana, Ni"matul Khasanah.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 246 p. :
Number of Pages246
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17045743M
ISBN 109799553717
LC Control Number2007306846

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  To assess possible new agroforestry scenarios the tree–soil–crop interaction model in agroforestry systems (WaNuLCAS ) was used based on-site specific data collected from Tabango (Central Philippines). Three native timber trees (Shorea contorta Vid., Pterocarpus indicus Juss., and Vitex parviflora Willd.) and one widely spread exotic specie (Swietenia macrophylla King.) were Cited by: WaNuLCAS Released in , the WaNuLCAS Version manual guides users of the WaNULCAS model by providing options to simulate root growth using the voxel automata rules and simulate the dynamics of soil structure due to macrofauna activities or litter layer formation. To assess possible new agroforestry scenarios the tree–soil–crop interaction model in agroforestry systems (WaNuLCAS ) was used based on-site specific data collected from Tabango (Central. To assess possible new agroforestry scenarios, the tree-soil-crop interaction model in agroforestry systems (WaNuLCAS ) was used based on-site specific data collected from Tabango (Central Philippines). Three native timber trees (Shorea contorta, Pterocarpus indicus, and Vitex parviflora) and one widely spread exotic species (Swietenia macrophylla) were simulated under different intercrop.

Wanulcas Benih Kunci Sukses Agribisnis: Indeks produktivitas lahan pertanian (bahan ajar MK Survei tanah dan evaluasi lahan) Pengelolaan ekosistem lahan berkelanjutan (bahan ajar mk dampak lingkungan dan analisisnya) Pengelolaan lahan untuk kebun kopi (bahan ajar mk evaluasi lahan) Applications and Approaches. In the context of this chapter the term integrated modeling embraces: (a) the spatial interaction between higher and lower elevation positions in a watershed, linked by material flows of water and soil (Sect. ), (b) up-scaling from the plot through the catchment (up to 50 km 2 Sect. ) and on to the regional or national scales (Sect. ) (c. van Noordwijk, M. and B. Lusiana (). “WaNuLCAS, a model of water, nutrient and light capture in agroforestry systems.” Agroforestry Systems van Noordwijk, M.; B. Lusiana and N. Khasanah (). WaNuLCAS version background on a model of water, nutrient and light capture in agroforestry systems. Bogor, Indonesia. WaNuLCAS was developed to deal with various agroforestry systems, including hedgerow intercropping, fallow-crop mosaics, and other systems. Simulation runs have shown its ability to integrate spatial and management regimes into the model, as well as test for nutrient capture of deep tree roots (van Noordwijk and Lusiana, , ).

BOOKS 1. Sirait MT, Johana F, Pradhan U, Wezendonk L, Witsenberg K, Yas A, Pilin M, Lumangkun A and Sulaiman. Perencanaan tata ruang secara partisipatif. Sebuah Panduan Ringkas dengan Pengalaman dari Kabupaten Sanggau, Kalimantan Barat. Bogor, Indonesia. World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) Southeast Asia Regional Program. 54 p. 6 4 34, 2. The WaNuLCAS model is employed using La Huerta agroforestry site in Texcoco, South Central Mexico, as the basis for parameterization. 3, Tree biomass (ww) The book demonstrates that increasing water productivity will provide a focal point for practitioners and researchers from a variety of social science and physical science backgrounds. Water-use Efficiency and Water Productivity The first task in understanding how to increase water productivity is to understand what it means. As presented by. 61 Yongan Intensive management 0 0 Qi, Medium 0 0 Extensive management 0 0 76 Table also shows that the distribution of carbon storage varies between different layers of soil.