2 edition of Ecological crop productivity and climatic variability found in the catalog.
Ecological crop productivity and climatic variability
Michael R. Moss
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[Michael R. Moss, L. Strath Davis].|
|Series||Occasional papers in geography series -- no. 12, Occasional papers in geography (Guelph, Ont.) -- no. 12.|
|Contributions||Davis, L. S., University of Guelph. Dept. of Geography.|
|LC Classifications||S589.7 .M67 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 154 p. :|
|Number of Pages||154|
The Trend of Climate Variability Effects on Dairy Farming in Masaba North, Nyamira County Kenya crop farming. Many hazards emanating from climate change are being experienced in Kenya as climate DBG are kept in different ecological zones with diverse production environments with different climatic characteristics (Ngeno and Bebe, As interest in global climate increases, an understanding of the impact of major weather patterns such as El Nino grows in importance. This special publication takes an international approach to explore the impacts of climate variability on crop production and the potential of using seasonal climate forecasts for enhancing agricultural production.
The overwhelming proportion (95%) of the cropped area and national annual crop production is under smallholder rain-fed farming (Tesfaye et al. ). Ethiopia is frequently cited as a country that is highly vulnerable to climate variability and change (World Bank ; Conway and Schipper ; Tesfaye et al. ). Historically, Ethiopia is. Tao, F., Yokozama, M., & Zhang, Z. (). Modelling the impacts of weather and climate variability on crop productivity over a large area: A new process-based model development, optimization, and uncertainties analysis. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, , – Find this resource: Google Preview; WorldCat.
The first book to cover quantification of climate variability; The only book dealing with greenhouse gas emissions and climate variability; His research focuses on the impact of climate change on crop ecology and rainfed ecosystem management. He is involved in the use of statistical and dynamic models as risk management tools to mitigate. Deterministic models of plant growth and other ecological processes permit detailed estimates of the effects of climate variability to be made under a wide range of climate conditions. Examples include mathematical simulation models of forest growth and composition (Botkin et al., ; Shugart, ) and agricultural crop growth and yield.
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Crop Ecology: Productivity and Management in Agricultural Systems 2nd Edition by David J. Connor (Author) spatial variability in soil management, energy and labor requirements for bioenergy crops, and irrigation and world food supply.
Text on climate and weather, including principles of frost protection. No graphs or by: Changes in climatic conditions influence all the factors of agricultural ecosystems, which can potentially adversely affect their productivity. This book summarizes the different aspects of vulnerability, adaptation, and amelioration of climate change in respect to plants, crops, soil, and microbes for the sustainability of the agricultural sector and, ultimately, food security for the future.
Rain fed crop production is inherently sensitive to climate variability and change. This research aimed to investigate the trend of climate variability and. The aim of this study was to understand the association of crop production with climate variability in the central highlands of Ethiopia.
We used monthly rainfall and temperature data from points each representing a pixel of 10×10 km, which are reconstructions based on station records and meteorological satellite by: preparedness towards food insecurity, thus to reduce the impacts of climate change and variability on the food production system, natural resources base (land, water, forest and biodiversity) and ecosystem integrity, including establishment of baseline information at both local and agro-ecological levels.
In addition, the study aims to demonstrate. Natural climate variability observed over comparable time periods in the types of changes of temperature and rainfall. It occurs because of internal variability within the climate.
Impacts of climate change, variability and adaptation Rosenzweig, ), where crop production and livestock keeping are critically important to food security and rural livelihoods. ecological zones, the former being located on the plateau (slight high terrain) while the latter is located in the rift valley.
Climate variability and climate change likely are significant contributing factors in the food pathogens, requiring changes to crop and livestock management practices, more are tailored to the specific environmental, socio-economic and cultural conditions of a particular.
the development or natural evolution of breeds and races that thrive under a variety of environmental condi-tions.3 For instance, genetic variability in a species allows adaptation over time to changing climatic conditions. The cultural services that ecosystems provide include recreational, aesthetic and spiritual values that are vital to.
25 rows The authors present evidence for changes and variability in climatic and. This book comprehensively addresses the impact of climate change on crop productivity and approaches to adapt to both biotic and abiotic stresses, as well as.
Climate change presents highly complex and several challenges for developing countries, particularly for low income countries including malnutrition, hunger, forced migration, poverty and seasonal unemployment.
Agriculture is a more vulnerable to climate change. Climate changes causes crop damages, low productivity and high production cost that. World Bank, ). However, with the current and the predicted trend of climate variability and weather variability, agriculture sector is at great risk (IPCC,).
of these technologies ranges from increasing crop productivity (Kassie et al., ), mitigating benefits from land while maintaining or enhancing the ecological. This book outlines the impact of climate change in four developing country regions: Africa, Asia, Latin America and small island developing States; the vulnerability of these regions to future climate change; current adaptation plans, strategies and actions; and future adaptation options and needs.
The book draws heavily on information provided by. translates into a low level of crop production which results in increased socio-economic problems, low income, increased unemployment, increased crops diseases and reduced crop yields.
Keywords: Vhembe District Municipality, Crop and livestock productions, Climate variability, climate change, and agricultural production. Abstract. The effects of climatic variability and change on Canadian agriculture have become an important research field since the early s.
In this paper, we seek to synthesize this research, focusing on agricultural adaptation, a purposeful proactive or reactive response to changes associated with climate, and influenced by many factors.
The emerging uncertainties due to climate change and climatic variability are likely to aggravate the problems of future food security by exerting pressure on agriculture. Simulation models project an increase of – °C in global surface air temperatures in the next few decades that will result in large yield reductions in many regions.
This book is a comprehensive volume dealing with climate change impacts on agriculture, and which can help guide the redesign of agricultural management and cropping systems. Climate change and food security: a framework document iii FOREWORD Climate change will affect all four dimensions of food security: food availability, food accessibility, food utilization and food systems stability.
It will have an impact on human health, livelihood assets, food production and distribution channels, as well as changing.
The Effect of Climate Change Variability and Change on Crop Production Long-term mean climate change will have significance impacts on global food production and may require ongoing adaptation, greater risks to food security may be posed by changes in year-to-year variability.
Climate change and variability are presenting challenges to the agricultural sector as well as agricultural sustainability in Zimbabwe. This paper was aimed at investigating the impacts of climate change and variability on maize, sorghum and groundnut production in the Buhera district of Zimbabwe.
The paper specifically determined the climatic scenarios in Buhera and how crop production is Cited by: 2.Working Paper provides an overview of projected climate change impacts on crop production and suitability across Africa, using a combination of literature review, models and new data analysis Keywords Climate impacts, Africa, Crops, Agriculture Production, Climate Change.Climate Vulnerability of Perennial Crop Production.
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