Anna Nieróbca

Anna Nieróbca
Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation · Department of Agrometeorology and Applied Informatics

Doctor of Engineering

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Publications (34)
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Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) is a tree species that reacts to meteorological conditions, industrial pollution and groundwater level. The aims of this study were to evaluate reductions and increases in Scots pine tree-ring widths (VTRW) as compared to reference sequences for sites in two types of forest habitat found in the vicinity of the chemi...
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The article presents predicted changes in soil water content in the Bystra river catchment (eastern Poland) for various scenarios of climate change and adaptation practices obtained on the basis of a SWAT model simulation for three regional climate models driven by the global climate model EC-EARTH for the years 2041–2050 and the RCP 4.5 and 8.5 RC...
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This article presents selected flow modeling indices of the Bystra River catchment area (east Poland) obtained using the SWAT model simulations for three regional climate models driven by the EC-EARTH global climate model for 2021–2050 and both RCP4.5 and RCP 8.5 scenarios. The research area was selected due to the large relief of the terrain, the...
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The main anti-nutritive substances present in rye grains include alkylresorcinols, water-soluble pentosans, and trypsin inhibitors. The content of these compounds in the grains can be influenced by genetic factors, habitat conditions and the crop management technology used in cultivation. The aim of the study was to determine the variability of the...
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Clubroot is a damaging disease of oilseed rape and vegetable brassicas worldwide, caused by the soil-borne protist Plasmodiophora brassicae Wor. Due to the long life of resting spores, the assessment of the pathogen abundance in agricultural fields can serve as a guideline for disease control at the country-wide level or the regional scale. Between...
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Evidence shows that soil moisture (SM) anomalies (deficits or excesses) are the key factor affecting crop yield in rain-fed agriculture. Over last decades, Poland has faced several major droughts and at least one major soil moisture excess event leading to severe crop losses. This study aims to simulate the multi-annual variability of SM anomalies...
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A crucial part of every adaptation planning and disaster risk reduction is estimation of vulnerable areas and risk in the future. Only a well-developed monitoring system could bring valuable information to create possible scenarios to set up adaptation plans. Monitoring systems of meteorological conditions, surface water, groundwater, landslides, s...
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The results of the multifractal analysis performed for meteorological time series coming from four stations in Poland and Bulgaria located in varying climatic zones are presented. To assess climatic shift response (in 2001/2002), the analysis was conducted separately for two subsets. To analyze long-distance power-law correlations within the studie...
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Europe accounts for around 20% of the global cereal production and is a net exporter of ca. 15% of that production. Increasing global demand for cereals justifies questions as to where and by how much Europe’s production can be increased to meet future global market demands, and how much additional nitrogen (N) crops would require. The latter is im...
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Changes in annual tree ring width (TRW) and its size depends not only on the changing climate and natural stress factors such as extreme air temperatures, shortages in rainfall and excess rainfall during the growing season, but also on anthropogenic stress, including chemical compounds emitted to the atmosphere or lowering of the groundwater table...
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Over the recent years, drought has been occurring with an ever increasing frequency in Poland. The longer the rainless period lasts, the more acute its impacts are. Agricultural drought manifests itself as a prolonged period of water shortage for agricultural crops during their growth season resulting in yield reduction. Extent of drought was evalu...
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Agro-meteorological quantities are often in the form of time series, and knowledge about their temporal scaling properties is fundamental for transferring locally measured fluctuations to larger scales and vice versa. However, the scaling analysis of these quantities is complicated due to the presence of localized trends and nonstationarities. The...
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Field experiments were conducted during three consecutive growing seasons (2007/2008, 2008/2009 and 2009/2010) with four winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars - "Bogatka", "Kris", "Satyna" and "Tonacja" - grown on fields with a 3-field crop rotation (winter triticale, spring barley, winter wheat) and in a 4-field crop rotation experiment (s...
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The European Commission proposed amendments to the Directive 98/70/EC and Directive 2009/28/EC, which call for the inclusion of indirect changes in land use (iLUC) to the estimated volume of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions within the life cycle of transportation biofuels. The paper investigates possible emissions reductions in the life cycle of biod...
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The aim of this study was to assess changes in the length of the growing season in Poland in the multi-year period of 1971–2009 and projected climate conditions for the years 2030 and 2050. The length of the growing season in the years of 1971–2009 was determined based on daily data from 48 synoptic stations of IMGW-PIB. The analysis of changes in...
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Celem pracy jest przedstawienie zawansowanych metod analizy obrazu, pozwalających na wektoryzację zdjęć lotniczych. W pracy scharakteryzowano problematykę doboru parametrów pozwalających na najlepsze dopasowanie procesu fragmentacji obrazu do rzeczywistego zagrożenia chorobami podstawy źdźbła, stwierdzonego na polu w uprawie pszenicy ozimej. EN Th...
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Streszczenie. Dokonano walidacji regresyjnych modeli plonów kiszonki i ziarna systemu ZeaSoft z wykorzystaniem ok. 10 000 rekordów danych historycznych z doświadczeń od-mianowych kukurydzy. Do automatyzacji przetwarzania i analizy tych zbiorów opracowano program komputerowy. Przy jego pomocy wygenerowano zestawienia danych doświadczal-nych i koresp...
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Streszczenie. W pracy przedstawiono założenia logistyczne funkcjonowania internetowego systemu wspomagania decyzji w ochronie zbóż. W Polsce pierwsze prace nad opracowaniem złożonego systemu wspomagania decyzji rozpoczęto już w 2001 roku. Głównym założeniem Systemu jest precyzyjne wykorzystywanie wartości progowych do podejmowania decyzji o koniecz...

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The main objective of the project is to improve resources use efficiency by implementing innovative low carbon farming practices and promotion sustainable use of mineral fertilizers by farms in Poland. Existent agricultural practices are evaluated under present climatic conditions and using climatic scenarios for 2030 and 2050 time horizons. Greenhouse gas emission assessment (GHG EA) is being performed for the fertilizers in the life cycle on fertilizer production level for the GA-ZAP factory (WP1) and on the farm level (WP2) for the representative group of farms (for presently used management practices) and for the experimental farms of IUNG-PIB (for recommended low carbon practices). GHG EA for the most promising practices are verified with regard to field measurements (WP3). Additionally, technical and economic efficiency of low carbon practices is assessed, in terms of adaptation to climate changes. The essential element of the project is the implementation of most effective mitigation practices by 8 experimental farms of IUNG-PIB (WP4, WP5). Conducted studies are the base for the carbon footprint certificates of GA-ZAP for the fertilizers production and application. The results of the studies will be used for programming climatic activities of Common Agricultural Policy and for the development of GHG EA methodology of National System of GHG Emission and Inventory and other stakeholders.
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The project determine to risk of agricultural drought based on Climatic Water Balance and the susceptibility of soil to water stress. I am responsible for soil component and the measurements of soil moisture and the assessment of condition of plant growth in the reference fields. Measurements of soil moisture are carried out in 20 farms across the Poland. The results of this work are used to verify the risk assessment of agricultural drought and published on the website IUNG-PIB / http://www.susza.iung.pulawy.pl/en/.