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Accounts of Operational Agrometeorology

Last modified September 26, 2008 08:25

Here we publish short accounts on successful operational applications and services in agrometeorology (public (e.g. NMHSs) and private), as well as on action support systems (data, research, policies, extension), that are suitable for further dissemination, or on publications that are holding such accounts. [Discuss items for this section with the President or the Vice-president.]

More uneven distributions overturn benefits of higher precipitation for crop yields — Last modified February 22, 2016 08:31
Climate change is expected to lead to more uneven temporal distributions of precipitation, but the impacts on human systems are little studied.
Modeling Amazonian transitional forest micrometeorology — Last modified February 12, 2016 09:29
What can mathematical modeling teach us about the micrometeorology of the southern Amazonian "transitional" forest? Quite a lot, it turns out. This particular forest is located between the rain forest of the Amazon Basin and the tropical Brazilian Savanna, so it plays a crucial role in both regional and global biogeochemical cycling.
Simulated carbon emissions from land-use change are substantially enhanced by accounting for agricultural management — Last modified January 11, 2016 08:32
Simulated carbon emissions from land-use change are substantially enhanced by accounting for agricultural management. TAMPugh, AArneth, S Olin, AAhlström, ADBayer, KKlein Goldewijk, MLindeskog and GSchurgers.
Mimicking biochar-albedo feedback in complex Mediterranean agricultural landscapes — Last modified December 02, 2015 09:24
After California wildfires, southern plants shift north — Last modified December 02, 2015 09:13
As California wildfires burn tree canopies and forest floors, the plants that are replacing the burned understory are increasingly those found in more southern areas of the West, according to a study from the University of California, Davis.
Benefits of strip-till surface after five-year study — Last modified December 02, 2015 09:10
How does the style of tilling make a difference in crop success? The blades on a till don’t simply chop up soil and move it around. They blend dead plant material left from harvest into the soil. They also expose wetter soil to the air and loosen it.
Farming is driving force in drying soil in Northern China — Last modified November 26, 2015 09:38
An important agricultural region in China is drying out, and increased farming may be more to blame than rising temperatures and less rain, according to a study spanning 30 years of data.
Weather-Based Index Insurance by Japanese Insurer Approved by BCtA — Last modified October 20, 2015 14:44
Corporate / CSR. October 16, 2015. Source: Japan for Sustainability.
One Size Fits None: Drought forecasting in the Caribbean — Last modified June 23, 2015 07:54
A summary of the first-ever dry season Caribbean Climate Outlook Forum. By Elisabeth Gawthrop
Rubber prices bounce back as late rains, rising temperature hit output — Last modified June 15, 2015 09:18
Business Standard. New Delhi, 10 June 2015
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