Testing climate models for agricultural impacts: recent trends, current projections, crop-climate suitability, and prospects for improved climate model information
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Washington R, New M, Hawcroft M, Pearce H, Rahiz M, Karnacharya J. 2012. Testing climate models for agricultural impacts: recent trends, current projections, crop-climate suitability, and prospects for improved climate model information. CCAFS project report. Copenhagen, Denmark: CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS).
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Good climate projections for agriculture can help guide investments in risk management and adaptation. New reports offer insights into the reliability of future climate projections for agriculture, and show how to make the most of current data. Executive Summary Part 1, West Africa by Richard Washington & Matt Hawcroft Part 2, East Africa by Richard Washington & Helen Pearce Part 3, The Indo-Gangetic Plains by Mark New, Muhammad Rahiz & Jagadishwor Karmacharya Part 4, Progress in Climate Science Modelling: A Look Forward by Richard Washington
SubjectsDATA AND TOOLS FOR ANALYSIS AND PLANNING;
CountriesBANGLADESH; BURKINA FASO; ETHIOPIA; GHANA; INDIA; KENYA; MALI; NEPAL; SENEGAL; TANZANIA; UGANDA
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