Climatic risk in crop production

models and management for the semiarid tropics and subtropics : proceedings of the International Symposium on Climatic Risk in Crop Production: Models and Management for the Semiarid Tropics and Subtropics held in Brisbane, Australia, 2-6 July, 1990 by International Symposium on Climatic Risk in Crop Production: Models and Management for the Semiarid Tropics and Subtropics (1990 Brisbane, Qld.)

Publisher: CAB International in Wallingford, UK, [Tucson, AZ, USA]

Written in English
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  • Tropics

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  • Climatic changes -- Risk assessment -- Tropics -- Mathematical models -- Congresses.,
  • Crops and climate -- Tropics -- Congresses.,
  • Arid regions agriculture -- Tropics -- Congresses.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementedited by Russell C. Muchow and Jennifer A. Bellamy.
GenreCongresses.
ContributionsMuchow, Russell C., 1953-, Bellamy, J. A.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsS600.43.M37 I57 1990
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 548 p. :
Number of Pages548
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1316983M
ISBN 10085198665X
LC Control Number92190250
OCLC/WorldCa24423984

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  Hence, cropping in monsoon season is tricky with very high risk of crop failure due to early withdrawal of monsoon. The current changing climatic scenarios are projected to have a major impact on the rainfall pattern and its intensity which would directly affect the ecosystem, agricultural production practices, water resource management and the Corn crops—and global food security—could be at risk due to climate change, new research shows. Rising temperatures may cause significant declines in the global production of the staple food Three important studies were initiated in the to investigate the relation­ ship between climatic variations and agriculture: by the National Defense University () on Crop Yields and Climate Change to the Year eooo, by the U.s. Department of Transportation () on Impacts 0/  › Earth Sciences & Geography › Atmospheric Sciences. measure the climatic and hydrological effects on different major cash crop production in Bangladesh, where climatic and hydrological variables are used as external regressor variable. This is the new study to measure climatic and hydrological effects on crop production using ARIMAX model. The best fitted ARIMAX model for Sugarcane, Tea, Tobacco

  World population is increasing day by day and at the same time agriculture is threatened due to natural resource degradation and climate change. Production stability, agricultural productivity, income and food security is negatively affected by changing climate. Therefore, agriculture must change according to present situation for meeting the need of food security and also withstanding under   It is a kharif crop in the north and a rabi crop in the south. Production and Distribution: India is the second largest producer of castor seed after Brazil and produces about one-fifth of the total world production. The production increased from a meagre one lakh tonnes in to all time record of over nine lakh tonnes in Climate-smart agriculture (CSA) has a significant role to play in reducing the gender gap in labor burden for women in agriculture. A targeted approach to address this gap can be useful in developing a women-responsive climatic risk management plan focused on reducing their labor burden in agriculture, especially in areas with high climate :// Improvement of Crops in the Era of Climatic Changes: Volume 1. Improvement of Crops in the Era of Climatic Changes: Volume 1 Current trends in population growth hint that global food production is unlikely to gratify future demands under predicted climate change scenarios unless the rates of crop improvement are accelerated. Crop

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The book is divided into seven parts: the importance of climatic variability m crop production, estimating climatic risk to crop production (methods); estimating risk (applications); optimizing agronomic practice in response to climatic risk; decision-making to reduce risk of crop failure; prospects for, and implications of, improved weather   Climatic Risk in Crop Production: Models and Management for the Semiarid Tropics and Subtropics Risk rclatcd to variable and unpredictablu cliniatc is LI scrious co~istr~~int to profitable and stable agriculture in thc semiarid tropics and ://   International Symposium on Climatic Risk in Crop Production: Models and Management for the Semiarid Tropics and Subtropics ( Brisbane (Author), Russell C.

Muchow (Author), James A. Bellamy (Author), & › Books › Business & Money › Economics. Considering yield impact, climatic influence is perceived during and evaluated at the end of crop production cycles. In practice, this information is then incorporated into planning for the upcoming season.

This process contributes to attitudes toward climate-induced risk in crop :// This book contains 24 papers presented at an international symposium held in Brisbane, Australia on July, Methods for quantifying climatic risk, reducing risk and uncertainty by improved long-term weather forecasting, and optimizing crop management strategies for coping with climatic risk are reviewed.

The contributions emphasize recent developments in long-term rainfall prediction, Book review: Climatic risk in crop production: models and management for the semi-arid tropics and subtropics, R.C.

Muchow, J.A. Bellamy (eds.). CAB Int., Wallingfordpp. Author(s) Stigter, C.J. Source: Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 59 (). - ISSN - p. - Department(s) Meteorology and Air Quality   CLIMATE RISK ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT IN AGRICULTURE 73 factors determining the rainy season characteristics, farming systems, field crop production and livestock rearing.

Both interannual and intraseasonal rainfall variability constrains crop production   Factors affecting crop production climatic –– edaphic - biotic- physiographic and socio economic factors. Internal factors. Genetic factors. The increase in crop yields and other desirable characters are related to Genetic make up of plants.

• High yielding ability • Early maturity • Changing Climate and Resource Use Efficiency in Plants reviews the efficiencies for resource use by crop plants under different climatic conditions. This book focuses on the challenges and potential remediation methods for a variety of resource :// 2 These continually evolving climatic changes are projected to have significant negative impacts on agricultural productivity.

Specifically for potential crop production, climate change is expected to cause substantial reductions in southern Africa (up to 30% by for maize production) and South Asia (up to 10% for staples such as rice;   production levels across South Australia’s dryland (rain-fed) cropping regions.

Within an already largely moisture limited environment, a further decline in rainfall has potential to bring (i) less reliable grain production and (ii) increasing incidence of soil erosion risk due to reduced crop   The risk of sweet corn (Zea mays L.) crops failing to reach harvest maturity as a result of climatic variability among seasons was quantified for four locations on the east coast of New Zealand's South Island.

Results of field experiments in the region showed that three representative cultivars had thermal time requirements from planting to maturity ranging from to °C days above a   CHAPTER 7. CLIMATE AND WEATHER RISK ASSESSMENT FOR AGRICULTURAL PLANNING 7–3 CLIMATIC HAZARDS Types Extreme events Extreme events can vary from short-lived, violent phenomena of limited extent such as tornadoes, adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A Quantifying climatic risk to sorghum in Australia’s semiarid tropics and subtropics: Model development and simulation.

In R. Muchow and J. Bellamy, eds. Climatic Risk in Crop Production: Models and Management for the Semiarid Tropics and Subtropics ; pp. – Uncertainty exists about the predicted impacts of climatic change, although some positive and negative impacts are expected.

The scale of impact depends on the degree to which climate changes. Some changes in crop production and fish migration have already been :// Considering yield impact, climatic influence is perceived during and evaluated at the end of crop production cycles.

In practice, this information is then incorporated into planning for the upcoming season. This process contributes to attitudes toward climate-induced risk in crop :// /modeling-perceptions-of-climatic-risk-in-crop-production.

Climatic Risk in Crop Production: Models and Management for the Semiarid Tropics and Subtropics S/abstract. Get this from a library. Climatic risk in crop production: models and management for the semiarid tropics and subtropics: proceedings of the International Symposium on Climatic Risk in Crop Production: Models and Management for the Semiarid Tropics and Subtropics held in Brisbane, Australia, July, [Russell C Muchow; J A Bellamy;] Studies were conducted to delimit the areas and sowing dates with larger climatic aptitude for sunflower crop production in Brazil.

Through the use of modern tools of mathematical modelling, geoestatistics and geoprocessing, it was possible to access the best Brazilian areas and sowing dates where sunflower crops had smaller climatic risk for   IMPROVEMENTS IN CLIMATE CHANGE RISK ASSESSMENT FOR GLOBAL CROP PRODUCTION and irrigated conditions are separately simulated and then combined when calculating the average yield over a given spatial domain (e.g., country).

In the model, crop development is modeled as a fraction of the Abstract. Abiotic stresses such as heat and drought are major abiotic stresses restraining crop production.

Heat stress reduces plant growth by upsetting various morphological, anatomical, phenological, physiological, and biochemical processes and the developmental stage of the plant is critical in demonstrating the vulnerability of various species and cultivars subjected to high :// In: Climatic risk in crop production: models and management for the semiarid tropics and subtropics.

CABI, Wallingford, Oxon, United Kingdom, pp. ISBN This book addresses the impact of important climatic changes on plant pests (including weeds, diseases and insect pests), and their interactions with crop plants.

Anthropogenic activities have serious Impact of Climate Change on Crop Production: Effects and Management. Azeem Tariq, Muhammad Adil   Analyses of the effects of extreme weather disasters on global crop production over the past five decades show that drought and extreme heat reduced national cereal production by In this paper, we estimated the relationship between crop yields and climatic variables for selected crops grown in Karnataka.

The three main climatic variables that we chose were total seasonal rainfall, total heat exposure in terms of growing degree days (GDD), and exposure to above critical temperatures in terms of extreme degree days (EDD)   Environmental stress is the primary cause of crop losses worldwide, reducing average yields for most major crops by more than 50%.

The tropical vegetable production environment is a mixture of conditions that varies with season and region. Climatic changes will influence the severity of environmental stress imposed on vegetable Production under changing climate   the climatic impacts by on crop yields in Tanzania by %, %, and % for maize, sorghum and rice respectively if we focus only on climatic means and ignore climate variability.

This study highlights that, in addition to shifts in growing season means, changes in intra-seasonal variability of variability and crop. for managing climatic risk for crop production and post-harvest handling in climate disaster prone areas Synthesis Report October Study Report No.

05/ 2 ANALYSES OF EXISTING INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS AND THE ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Report_pdf. Request PDF | On Dec 1,Marie Launay and others published Climatic indicators for crop infection risk: Application to climate change impacts on five major foliar fungal diseases in Northern.

Is rainfed crop production in central Europe at risk? Using a regional climate model to produce high resolution agroclimatic information for decision makers - Volume PDF | On Jan 1,P K Kingra and others published Microclimatic Modifications to Manage Extreme Weather Vulnerability and Climatic Risks in Crop Production Journal of Agricultural Physics   Changes in crop yield and production over time are driven by a combination of genetics, agronomics, and climate.

Disentangling the role of these various influences helps us understand the capacity of agriculture to adapt to change. Here we explore the impact of climate variability on rice yield and production in the Philippines from – in both irrigated and rainfed production systems ?id=/