2 edition of Crop adaptation to climate change found in the catalog.
Crop adaptation to climate change
S. S. Yadav
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Shyam S. Yadav ... [et al.].|
|LC Classifications||S600.5 .C76 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiv, 595 p. :|
|Number of Pages||595|
|ISBN 10||0813820162, 0470960892, 0470960922, 0470960906, 0470960914|
|ISBN 10||9780813820163, 9780470960899, 9780470960929, 9780470960905, 9780470960912|
|LC Control Number||2011013791|
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Crop Adaptation to Climate Change covers a spectrum of issues related to both crops and climatic conditions. The first two sections provide a foundation on the factors involved in climate stress, assessing current climate change by region and covering crop physiological responses to these :// In book: Crop Adaptation to Climate Change, Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell Publishers, Editors: S S Yadav et al, pp crop production in the face of climate change.
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“Their efforts represent a framework from which to make funding deci-sions on long-term investments to secure our food supply in the face of climate change.” Crop Adaptation to Climate Change Edited by Shyam S. Yadav Robert J. Redden Jerry L. Hatﬁeld Hermann Lotze-Campen Anthony E.
Hall with Manav Yadav Project Manager/Communications Coordinator A John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., Publication This book highlights state-of-the-art research and practices for adaptation to climate change in food production systems (agriculture in particular) as observed in Japan and neighboring Asian countries.
The main topics covered include the current scientific understanding of observed and projected climate change impacts on crop production The predictions of climate change and its impact on crop productivity, adaptation to biotic and abiotic stresses through crop breeding, sustainable and resource-conserving technologies for adaptation to and mitigation of climate change and new tools for enhancing crop adaptation to Studies suggest that climate change could result in global crop yield losses as large as 5% in and 30% ineven with adaptation such as changed agricultural practices and crops.
Shock Waves: Managing the Impacts of Climate Change on :// Scenarios of climate change within the context of agriculture; Economic impacts of climate change on agriculture to ; Preventing potential disease and pest epidemics under a changing climate; Breeding for adaptation to heat and drought stress; Breeding crops for tolerance to salinity, waterlogging and inundation; Multi-location testing as a Climate change, population growth and crop production: an overview / Hermann Lotze-Campen --Modelling regional effects of climate change on wheat crop production in Victoria, Australia / Garry O'Leary [and others] --Agroecology: implications for plant response to climate change / Jerry L.
Hatfield and John H. Prueger --Impacts of climate change The book features new sections on adaptation to global climate change including adapting to global warming, elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration, and increased flooding and salinity through plant breeding and changes in crop management.
Climate change, population growth and crop production: an overview / Hermann Lotze-Campen --Modelling regional effects of climate change on wheat crop production in Victoria, Australia / Garry O'Leary [and others] --Agroecology: implications for plant response to climate change / Jerry L.
Hatfield and John H. Prueger --Impacts of climate change. Crop Adaptation to Climate Change covers a spectrum of issues related to both crops and climatic conditions. The first two sections provide a foundation on the factors involved in climate stress, assessing current climate change by region and covering crop.
The first volume in the CABI Climate Change Series, this book will provide an overview of the essential disciplines required for sustainable crop production in unpredictable environments. Chapters include discussions of adapting to biotic and abiotic stresses, sustainable and resource-conserving technologies and new tools for enhancing crop.
is a platform for academics to share research papers. This book presents recent research and practices for adaptation to climate change in food production systems (esp.
agriculture) in Japan and neighboring Asian countries. A must-read for researchers and policymakers in adaptation planning, climate. of Climate Change Stephen Beebe, Julian Ramirez, Andy Jarvis, Idupulapati M. Rao, Gloria Mosquera, Juan M. Bueno, and Matthew W. Blair Chapter Improving Soybean Cultivars for Adaptation to Climate Change and Climate Variability Kenneth J.
Boote Chapter Genetic Adjustment to Changing Climates: Vegetables Reed, B, R Mendelsohn and BO Abidoye  The economics of crop adaptation to climate change in South-East Asia.
Climate Change Economics, 8(3), Link, Google Scholar; Rosenzweig, MR and HP Binswanger  Wealth, weather risk and the composition and profitability of agricultural investments. Economic Journal, (), 56– This book discusses ecophysiology and adaptive mechanisms of plants under climate change.
It provides information on plant responses to various environmental stresses such as salinity, drought, extreme temperatures, atmospheric pollution, and metal toxicity due to climate change. For example, for the climatic conditions of our study, crop yields in lowlands were more negatively affected by climate change, particularly when no adaptation was considered, due to shortening of crop cycles as temperature increased.
Yield losses continue to occur in lowlands even with the full suite of adaptive options (early-sown long-cycle. Handbook of Climate Change Adaptation pp | Cite as Arable Crop Farmers’ Decision Making and Adaptation Strategies on Climate Change in Ogun State, Nigeria Authors.Genetic Adjustment to Changing Climates: Rice.
Shyam S. Yadav PhD 8, ; Robert J. Redden PhD 9, ; Jerry L. Hatfield ; Hermann Lotze-Campen PhD 11 and.climate change have the same underlying principles, and can work together to achieve the same goal: feeding the population, into the future.
Both crop production and climate change adaptation and mitigation require a resilient ecosystem, and this can be ensured through approaches and practices that are based on the sustainable.