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​Summer Schools / Workshops

Summer school: CMRA 2021 (Crop Models for Risk Assessment)

The Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF) and the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) invite applications for the international summer school "Modelling approaches for climate risk and climate change adaptions in the context of sustainable intensification in semi-arid West Africa" that will take place at the ICRISAT regional headquarter in Bamako, Mali..

Workshop for Early Career Investigators “Agroecosystems 2020”

The Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) launches a new Workshop for Early Career Investigators on the topic „Agroecosystems 2020 – Integrated Soil, Plant, Microbiome and Biodiversity Research for Sustainable Land Use“.

International Summer School WEFCA 2019

Sustainability Assessment of the Water–Energy–Food Nexus for Irrigated Agriculture: Interdisciplinary Approaches for Central Asia (WEFCA)
The Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF) invites applications for International Summer School that will take place during 29 April – 5 May 2019 in Tashkent (Uzbekistan).



MiLA - Model for integrative Life Cycle Assessment in Agriculture

Ist ein Tool für die Berechnung und Analyse von Treibhausgasemissionen und kumulierten Energieaufwendungen in der landwirtschaftlichen Pflanzenproduktion im Besonderen des Anbaus von Energiepflanzen in Fruchtfolgen. Das MiLA-Tool ist kostenlos nutzbar.


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Satellitengestützte Information zur Grünlandbewirtschaftung - Satellite-based Information for grassland management

Global Microlysimeter Network

The Global Microlysimeter Network provides a dataset of N leaching dynamics in conjunction with local weather data to crop, soil or agro-ecosystem modellers. Global coverage of major soil–climate combinations assures that models will be made fit-for-purpose for ubiquitary simulations of N mineralisation as a precondition of successful predictions of crop growth and N emissions across environments.​​