1 Project title: Modelling of processes at the farm level, with special emphasis on nitrogen and carbon flow and turnover. Name: Bjørn Molt Petersen (BMP) University: KVL Department: Dept. of Agroecology, DIAS Supervisor: John Porter (KVL), Jørgen E. Olesen (DIAS) Timescale: (funding period) /phone: / Master s degree: University of Aarhus, 1992 BMP is MSc in biology (University of Aarhus 1992). Background The challenge in organic farming is to optimise short-term productivity while maintaining longterm soil fertility. The organic farming system is very complex, with multiple interactions and feedbacks. One way of analysing the behaviour of whole systems is to integrate the process-based knowledge in dynamic models. Such models may also be powerful tools in generalising results both from short and long-term experiments. A prerequisite is that the models are general, reliable and thoroughly validated. In low input cropping systems, as organic farming, the utilisation of N mineralisation from soil organic matter (SOM) is of major importance. Therefore modelling of organic crop rotations will rely heavily on the performance of the SOM turnover model. Despite this, it can be demonstrated that commonly used SOM models have very varying properties, and in many cases fail to yield acceptable simulations when comparing with measurements. Therefore further model development in this area is needed. Objective The objective of the Ph.D.-project is to improve the modelling of the turnover of organic matter in soil. The project will give special focus to: Good representations of the effects of climate, management and texture Contributions to the modelling of the turnover of nitrogen in grazed pastures Contributions to establishing a modelling framework (FASSET), in order to make improved assessments of the nitrate leaching from conventional and organic farms. Progress The software C-TOOL was developed in 2003 to handle the combined C and N turnover, and has further been incorporated in the whole-farm model FASSET. Also in 2003 a large database regarding the short- and long-term turnover of organic matter was completed. Utilising C-TOOL and the database, the model CN-SIM (Petersen et al., 2005a,b) has been developed, and is presently used within FASSET to simulate the N-turnover of as well organic and conventional farms. Nine articles plus a number of reports and presentations using this model within FASSET or DAISY have been submittet/presented/published from DIAS and DARCOF, and three further articles about FASSET are soon ready for publication.
2 No funding specifically for the Ph.D. has been received in 2004 and The modelling work is now completed, so that all results for the thesis are obtained, and the thesis is nearly finished. All the three focal points (see Objective) have been addressed during the study. Courses The following Ph.D. courses have been attended: "Dynamics of Organic Matter in Soil" (KU 2002), "Research methodologies in relation to Principles and Practice of Organic Agriculture" (SOAR 2002), Values, ideologies, science and organic farming (SOAR 2003), Kursus I undervisning og formidling (AAU 2005). The course "Design and implementation of a simulation tool" (KVL) is expected to be completet in October A small ad hoc course (2 ECTS) will be apllied for approval. The above courses add to the required 30 ECTS points. Plans The work with the thesis is expected to continue until December, where the thesis is expected to be finished. Because there is no more funding available, the completion of the thesis is predominantly a spare-time project Proposed content of Ph.D. thesis Parts 2-5 constitute of articles, which are sent to international, reviewed journals. 1. Synopsis. 2. A flexible tool for simulation of soil carbon turnover. Published in Ecological modelling. 3. CN-SIM - a model for the turnover of soil organic matter. I: Long term carbon development. Published in Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 4. CN-SIM - a model for the turnover of soil organic matter. II: Short term carbon and nitrogen development. Published in Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 5. Simulating trends in crop yield and soil carbon in a long-term experiment effects of rising CO 2, N deposition and improved cultivation. Submitted.
3 Publications Only publications related to the Ph.D. project are listed. The list is taken from Organic Eprints. Berntsen, J.; Grant, R.; Olesen, J.E.; Kristensen, I.S.; Vinther, F.P.; Mølgaard, J.P. and Petersen, B.M. (2005) Nitrate leaching from organic farming systems with rotational grass-clover and arable crops. Accepted. Berntsen, J.; Hauggaard-Nielsen, H.; Olesen, J.E.; Petersen, B.M.; Jensen, E.S. and Thomsen, A. (2004) Modelling dry matter production and resource use in intercrops of pea and barley. Field Crops Research 88(1):pp ** Berntsen, J. and Petersen, B.M. (2005) Simulating trends in crop yield and soil carbon in a longterm experiment effects of rising CO2, N deposition and improved cultivation. [preprint] **, submitted. Berntsen, J.; Petersen, B.M.; Kristensen, I.S. and Olesen, J.E. (2004) Nitratudvaskning fra økologiske og konventionalle planteavlsbedrifter - simuleringer med FASSET bedriftsmodellen. Markbrug no. 107, Danmarks JordbrugsForskning. Berntsen, J.; Petersen, B.M.; Kristensen, I.S. and Olesen, J.E. (2004) Nitratudvaskning fra økologiske og konventionelle planteavlsbedrifter - simuleringer med FASSET bedriftsmodellen. Intern rapport no. 56, Forskningscenter for Økologisk Jordbrug (FØJO). * Berntsen, J.; Petersen, B.M.; Olesen, J.E.; Eriksen, J. and Søegaard, K. (2005) Simulation of residual effects and nitrate leaching after incorporation of different ley types. European Journal of Agronomy. Berntsen, Jørgen; Hauggard-Nielsen, Henrik; Olesen, Jørgen; Molt Petersen, Bjørn; Jensen, Erik Steen and Thomsen, Anton (2004) Modelling dry matter production and resource use in intercrops of pea and barley. Field Crops Research 88:pp * Berntsen, Jørgen; Olesen, Jørgen; Petersen, Bjørn Molt and Eriksen, Jørgen (2003) Simulation of nitrate leaching from an organic dairy crop rotation with different manure types and loads. Poster presented at 12th N Workshop, Exeter, England, 21/9-24/9; Abstracts for the 12th N workshop. Berntsen, Jørgen; Petersen, B.M.; Pedersen, A. and Jensen, L.S. (2003) Simulating leaching losses following incorporation of grass and grass-clover leys. DARCOFenews(4). Online at <http://www.darcof.dk/enews/dec03/biomod.html> Knudsen, Marie Trydeman; Kristensen, Ib Sillebak; Berntsen, Jørgen; Petersen, Bjørn Molt and Kristensen, Erik Steen (2005) The effect of organic farming on N leaching loss. [preprint], accepted. Olesen, J.E.; Berntsen, J.; Petersen, B.M. and Kristensen, I.S. (2004) Nitrate leaching from organic and conventional crop production farms. Paper presented at The role of part-time and pluri-active farmers in rural development and natural resource management, Hotel Propellen, Billund, April 2004; Published in The role of part-time and pluri-active farmers in rural development and natural resource management. Abstracts, page 19. NJF Seminars 357. Olesen, J.E. and Petersen, B.M. (2004) Do we pay proper attention to the subsoil C turnover?. Paper presented at Impacts of changes in land use and management on carbon stocks and turnover in the tropics, University of Copenhagen, August 2004; Published in Rasmussen, K.; Elberling, B.
4 and Jepsen, M.R., Eds. Impacts of changes in land use and management on carbon stocks and turnover in the tropics, page 20. Geographical Institute, University of Copenhagen. Pedersen, Anders; Petersen, Bjørn Molt; Eriksen, Jørgen; Hansen, Søren and Jensen, Lars Stoumann (2005) A model simulation analyses of nitrate leaching does soil organic matter pool structure or catch crop growth parameters matter most?. [preprint], submitted Petersen, B.M. (2003) C-TOOL version 1.1. A tool for simulation of soil carbon turnover. Description and users guide. Online at <http://www.agrsci.dk/c-tool/usersmanual_v1_1.pdf>. DIAS website * Petersen, B.M. and Berntsen, J. (2004) Modelling Long Term Soil Carbon and Radiocarbon Dynamics with CN-SIM. Poster presented at Biological Systems simulation conference, Gainesville, Florida, 8-10 March 2004, Gainesville, Florida, 8-10 March 2004; Published in Biological Systems simulation conference, Gainesville, Florida, 8-10 March Book of abstracts, page pp * Petersen, B.M. and Berntsen, J. (2004) Modelling soil C and 14C development. Poster presented at International COST ACTION symposium 3rd - 6th June 2004, Ghent, Belgium, Ghent, Belgium, 3rd - 6th June 2004; Published in International COST ACTION symposium 3rd - 6th June 2004, Ghent, Belgium. Book of abstracts, page 59. * Petersen, B.M. and Berntsen, J. (2003) The turnover of soil organic matter on different farm types. DARCOFenews(3). Online at <http://www.darcof.dk/enews/sep03/orgmat.html> * Petersen, B.M. and Berntsen, J. (2002) Omsætning i jordpuljen på forskellige bedriftstyper, in Kvælstofbalancer på landbrugsbedriften - status og perspektiver. DJF intern rapport DIAS internal report no. 157, page pp * Petersen, B.M. and Berntsen, J. (2002) Omsætning i jordpuljen på forskellige bedriftstyper. [oral] Presentation at Kvælstofbalancer på landbrugsbedriften - status og perspektiv, Foulum, Denmark, Petersen, B.M. and Berntsen, J. (2001) Using C-Tool to simulate soil carbon and radiocarbon development. Poster presented at COST 627. Carbon storage in European Grasslands., Foulum, Denmark, 2001; Published in COST 627. Carbon storage in European Grasslands. Danish Institute of Agricultual Sciences, Research Centre Foulum. Book of Abstracts. Petersen, B.M.; Berntsen, J.; Hansen, S. and Jensen, L.S. (2005) CN-SIM - a model for the turnover of soil organic matter. I: Long term carbon development. Soil Biology and Biochemistry(37):pp Petersen, B.M.; Berntsen, J.; Jensen, L.S. and Hansen, S. (2003) Modelling long term carbon and radiocarbon development. Poster presented at 12th N workshop, Execter, UK, september 2003; Published in Abstracts for the 12th N workshop September, 2003 Exeter, Devon, UK. Petersen, B.M.; Berntsen, J.; Kristensen, I.S. and Olesen, J.E. (2004) Samme udvaskning af kvælstof ved økologisk og konventionel planteavl. FØJOenyt. Online at <http://www.foejo.dk/enyt2/enyt/juni04/udvask.html> * Petersen, B.M.; Jensen, L.S.; Berntsen, J.; Hansen, S. and Pedersen, A. (2003) Modelling short term carbon and nitrogen development. Poster presented at 12th N workshop, Execeter, UK, september 2003; Published in Abstracts for the 12th N workshop.
5 Petersen, B.M.; Jensen, L.S.; Berntsen, J.; Hansen, S.; Pedersen, A.; Henriksen, T.M.; Sørensen, P. and Trinsoutrot, I. (2005b) CN-SIM - a model for the turnover of soil organic mattter. II: Short term carbon and nitrogen development. Soil Biology and Biochemistry(37):pp Petersen, B.M.; Olesen, J.E. and Heidmann, T. (2002) A flexible tool for simulation of soil carbon turnover. Ecological Modelling 151:pp *
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