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- Tom Jutte for the “” image used in the Science Brief “A model for the dynamics of plant communities”.
- FAOALC for the “Agricultura” image used in the Science Brief “Statistical models for simulating extreme yield anomalies”.
Mark Stevens for the “A Meadow with a Backdrop of Trees and Mountains” image used in the Science Brief “Effective evaluation of agro-environmental simulations“.
- Tambako The Jaguar for the Rest of the crops and snow image used in the Science Brief “High-resolution, bias-corrected climate change projections“.
- Andy Rogers for the “icy leaf” image used in the Science Brief “Coordination of hydraulic controls in plants for predicting genetic variability“.
- liebeslakritze for the “reed” image used in the Science Brief “Replacing (climate change threatened) maize systems with giant reed“
- coniferconifer for the “Rice field” image used in the Science Brief “Improved rice ideotypes to resist/tolerate biotic and abiotic stressors“.
- USDA NRCS South Dakota for the “The Johnson farm…cover crop” image used in the Science Brief “Indicators to anticipate extreme yield losses“.
- Paul VanDerWerf for the Global Warming. image used in the Science Brief “Uncertainty in observations affecting model calibration and predictions“.
- Sabazon for the Hazelnuts image used in the Science Brief “New modelling solutions to simulate hazelnut“.