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Climate prediction and agriculture: proceedings of an international workshop

Source(s):  World Meteorological Organization (WMO)

Introduction - Opening Address - CLIMAG and the World Climate Research Programme - Current Capabilities in Long-Term Weather Forecasting for Agricultural Purposes - Down-scaling General Circulation Issues in Climate Prediction - The state-of-art in crop modeling - Scaling-up Crop Models for Climate Prediction Applications - Using Weather Generators in Crop Modelling - Economic Effects of Shifts in ENSO Event Frequency and Stength - Economic Value of Climate Forecasts for Agricultural Systems in Africa - Lessons from the Papers for Applying the "End-to-End" Model to CLIMAG - Issues, Challenges and Solutions from the Workshop Papers in the Context of CLIMAG - Using Seasonal Climate Forecasts in Agriculture, The Australian Experience: ’Proof of Concept’ or ’Taking the Next Step, Concept adaptation’ - Farming Strategies for a Variable Climate - Applications of Climate Forecasts in the Agricultural Sector of South East South America - Assessing the Potential for Improved Sugarcane Yield Forecasting Using Seasonal Rainfall Forecasts and Crop Yield Models - Implementation of a CLIMAG Demonstration Project

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  • Publication date 2000
  • Author(s) Sivakumar, M.V.K.;
  • Number of pages 322 p.

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