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eBook Climate Variability and the Global Harvest: Impacts of El Niño and Other Oscillations on Agro-Ecosystems ePub

by Daniel Hillel,Cynthia Rosenzweig

  • ISBN: 0195137639
  • Category: Science and Mathematics
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Daniel Hillel,Cynthia Rosenzweig
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (January 7, 2008)
  • Pages: 280
  • ePub book: 1154 kb
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Cynthia Rosenzweig and Daniel Hillel describe the current efforts to develop and apply a global-to-regional approach to climate-risk management.

Cynthia Rosenzweig and Daniel Hillel describe the current efforts to develop and apply a global-to-regional approach to climate-risk management. Climate Variability and the Global Harvest: Impacts of El Nino and Other Oscillations on Agro-Ecosystems. Author: Hillel Daniel (EN). Genre: Иностранная литература. Publisher: Gardners Books. The Earths climate is constantly changing.

This excellent book provides a comprehensive assessment of the impact of climate lly the El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO)-on the health and productivity of agricultural systems around the world. Daniel Hillel is Professor Emeritus of Soil Science at University of Massachusetts; and Visiting Scientist, both at NASA/Goddard Institute for Space Studies.

Cynthia Rosenzweig and Daniel Hillel describe the current efforts to develop and apply a global-to-regional approach to. . TY - BOOK ID - ro03110o AU - Rosenzweig, C. AU - Hillel, D. PY - 2008 BT - Climate Variability and the Global Harvest: Impacts of El Niño and Other Oscillations on Agro-Ecosystems SP - 280 PB - Oxford University Press CY - New York, . Return to 2008 Publications.

Impacts of el Ni?o and Other Oscillations on Agro-Ecosystems. The Earth's climate is constantly changing.

Climate Variability and the Global Harvest : Impacts of el Ni?o and Other Oscillations on Agro-Ecosystems. by Daniel Hillel and Cynthia Rosenzweig. Some of the changes are progressive, while others fluctuate at various time scales. The El Nino-la Nina cycle is one such fluctuation that recurs every few years and has far-reaching impacts.

of El Nin?o effects: methods and models Seasonal climate predictions: farmers, planners, and policy-makers Regional activities in a global.

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The Earth's climate is constantly changing. Some of the changes are progressive, while others fluctuate at various time scales. The El Niño-la Niña cycle is one such fluctuation that recurs every few years and has far-reaching impacts. It generally appears at least once per decade, but this may vary with our changing climate. The exact frequency, sequence, duration and intensity of El Niño's manifestations, as well as its effects and geographic distributions, are highly variable. The El Niño-la Niña cycle is particularly challenging to study due to its many interlinked phenomena that occur in various locations around the globe. These worldwide teleconnections are precisely what makes studying El Niño-la Niña so important.Cynthia Rosenzweig and Daniel Hillel describe the current efforts to develop and apply a global-to-regional approach to climate-risk management. They explain how atmospheric and social scientists are cooperating with agricultural practitioners in various regions around the world to determine how farmers may benefit most from new climate predictions. Specifically, the emerging ability to predict the El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) cycle offers the potential to transform agricultural planning worldwide. Biophysical scientists are only now beginning to recognize the large-scale, globally distributed impacts of ENSO on the probabilities of seasonal precipitation and temperature regimes. Meanwhile, social scientists have been researching how to disseminate forecasts more effectively within rural communities. Consequently, as the quality of climatic predictions have improved, the dissemination and presentation of forecasts have become more effective as well. This book explores the growing understanding of the interconnectedness of climate predictions and productive agriculture for sustainable development, as well as methods and models used to study this relationship.