Carbon dioxide fertilization offsets negative impacts of climate change on Arabica coffee yield in Brazil

  • Fabian Verhage (University of Sao Paulo) (Creator)



This collection unites the most important files used to assess the impact of climate change on Arabica coffee in Brazil under a RCP4.5 scenario by 2040-2070, as described by Verhage, Anten & Sentelhas (2017). These files are provided to encourage the further verification, development and application of the Arabica coffee yield simulation model. In addition, the collection includes a short description and try-out of the agro-ecological zoning model, developed by Doorenbos & Kassam (1979) for the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), applied on Arabica coffee. This model was excluded from the final study, but the work might still be of use to other researchers.
Date made available30 Nov 2017
PublisherWageningen University & Research
Geographical coverageBrazil


  • Arabica coffee yield simulation model
  • productivity
  • elevated CO2 concentration
  • carbon dioxide fertilization
  • climate change impact assessment
  • global warming
  • irrigation

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