Articles | Volume 13, issue 8
14 Aug 2009
 | 14 Aug 2009

Calibration of a crop model to irrigated water use using a genetic algorithm

T. Bulatewicz, W. Jin, S. Staggenborg, S. Lauwo, M. Miller, S. Das, D. Andresen, J. Peterson, D. R. Steward, and S. M. Welch

Related subject area

Disciplinary Fields: Hydrology and Engineering Applications | Domains of Integration: Water Resources System
Integrating field and numerical modeling methods for applied urban karst hydrogeology
J. Epting, D. Romanov, P. Huggenberger, and G. Kaufmann
Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 13, 1163–1184,,, 2009

Cited articles

Aigner, D. J. and Goldfeld, S. M.: Estimation and prediction from aggregate data when aggregates are measured more accurately than their components, Econometrica, 42, 113–134, 1974.
Arbi, N., Smith, D., and Bingham, E. T.: Dry matter and morphological responses to temperatures of alfalfa strains with differing ploidy levels, Agron. J., 71, 573–577, 1979.
Bekele, E. G. and Nicklow, J. W.: Multi-objective automatic calibration of SWAT using NSGA-II, J. Hydrol., 341(3–4), 165–176, 2007.
Berck, P. and Helfand, G.: Reconciling the von Liebig and differentiable crop production functions, Am. J. Agr. Econ., 72(4), 985–996, 1990.
Bernard, E. A., Peterson, J. M., and Steward, D. R.: A coupled hydrologic-economic modeling tool to support groundwater management decisions, in: Proceedings of the 2004 High Plains Groundwater Resources: Challenges and Opportunities, Lubbock, Texas, p. 82, 7–9 December 2004.