Martin van Ittersum
Martin van Ittersum
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Yield gap analysis with local to global relevance—a review
MK Van Ittersum, KG Cassman, P Grassini, J Wolf, P Tittonell, Z Hochman
Field Crops Research 143, 4-17, 2013
The crop yield gap between organic and conventional agriculture
T De Ponti, B Rijk, MK Van Ittersum
Agricultural systems 108, 1-9, 2012
Can sub-Saharan Africa feed itself?
MK Van Ittersum, LGJ Van Bussel, J Wolf, P Grassini, J Van Wart, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (52), 14964-14969, 2016
Concepts in production ecology for analysis and quantification of agricultural input-output combinations
MK van Ittersum, R Rabbinge
Field crops research 52 (3), 197-208, 1997
On approaches and applications of the Wageningen crop models
MK van Ittersum, PA Leffelaar, H Van Keulen, MJ Kropff, L Bastiaans, ...
European journal of agronomy 18 (3-4), 201-234, 2003
Exploring multifunctional agriculture. A review of conceptual approaches and prospects for an integrative transitional framework
H Renting, WAH Rossing, JCJ Groot, JD Van der Ploeg, C Laurent, ...
Journal of environmental management 90, S112-S123, 2009
Integrated assessment of agricultural systems–A component-based framework for the European Union (SEAMLESS)
MK Van Ittersum, F Ewert, T Heckelei, J Wery, JA Olsson, E Andersen, ...
Agricultural systems 96 (1-3), 150-165, 2008
Residual soil phosphorus as the missing piece in the global phosphorus crisis puzzle
SZ Sattari, AF Bouwman, KE Giller, MK van Ittersum
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (16), 6348-6353, 2012
Assessing farm innovations and responses to policies: a review of bio-economic farm models
S Janssen, MK Van Ittersum
Agricultural systems 94 (3), 622-636, 2007
Resource use efficiency and environmental performance of nine major biofuel crops, processed by first-generation conversion techniques
SC de Vries, GWJ van de Ven, MK van Ittersum, KE Giller
Biomass and Bioenergy 34 (5), 588-601, 2010
How good is good enough? Data requirements for reliable crop yield simulations and yield-gap analysis
P Grassini, LGJ van Bussel, J Van Wart, J Wolf, L Claessens, H Yang, ...
Field Crops Research 177, 49-63, 2015
Use of agro-climatic zones to upscale simulated crop yield potential
J Van Wart, LGJ van Bussel, J Wolf, R Licker, P Grassini, A Nelson, ...
Field crops research 143, 44-55, 2013
The future of farming: Who will produce our food?
KE Giller, T Delaune, JV Silva, K Descheemaeker, G van de Ven, ...
Food Security 13 (5), 1073-1099, 2021
Crop modelling for integrated assessment of risk to food production from climate change
F Ewert, RP Rötter, M Bindi, H Webber, M Trnka, KC Kersebaum, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 72, 287-303, 2015
Sustainable development goal 2: Improved targets and indicators for agriculture and food security
JDB Gil, P Reidsma, K Giller, L Todman, A Whitmore, M van Ittersum
Ambio 48 (7), 685-698, 2019
Competing claims on natural resources: what role for science?
KE Giller, C Leeuwis, JA Andersson, W Andriesse, A Brouwer, P Frost, ...
Ecology and society 13 (2), 2008
Exploring multi-scale trade-offs between nature conservation, agricultural profits and landscape quality—a methodology to support discussions on land-use perspectives
JCJ Groot, WAH Rossing, A Jellema, DJ Stobbelaar, H Renting, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 120 (1), 58-69, 2007
ROTAT, a tool for systematically generating crop rotations
S Dogliotti, WAH Rossing, MK Van Ittersum
European Journal of Agronomy 19 (2), 239-250, 2003
Multiscale methodological framework to derive criteria and indicators for sustainability evaluation of peasant natural resource management systems
S López-Ridaura, HV Keulen, MK Ittersum, PA Leffelaar
Environment, development and sustainability 7, 51-69, 2005
The impact of increasing farm size and mechanization on rural income and rice production in Zhejiang province, China
MM Van den Berg, H Hengsdijk, J Wolf, MK Van Ittersum, W Guanghuo, ...
Agricultural Systems 94 (3), 841-850, 2007
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