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Mekong River Basin water resources assessment: impacts of climate change
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Impact of climate change on rainfed rice and options for adaptation in the lower Mekong Basin
We assessed the potential impact of climate change on the yield of rainfed rice in the lower Mekong Basin and evaluated some adaptation options, using a crop growth simulation model. Future climateExpand
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Producing more food with less water in a changing world: assessment of water productivity in 10 major river basins
This article summarizes the results of water productivity assessment in 10 river basins across Asia, Africa and South America, representing a range of agro-climatic and socio-economic conditions.Expand
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Economic Assessment of Acquiring Water for Environmental Flows in the Murray Basin
This article is an economic analysis of reallocating River Murray Basin water from agriculture to the environment with and without the possibility of interregional water trade. AcquiringExpand
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Water use account spreadsheets with examples of some major river basins
The Challenge Program on Water and Food undertakes research to maximise water productivity in several of the world’s major river basins. The research must be underpinned by information on how muchExpand
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National food security in Bangladesh to 2050
Food security in Bangladesh, with particular reference to rice and wheat was investigated by examining trends in yields, area of cropping and overall production in recent decades. Prospects forExpand
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Climate change and environmental water reallocation in the Murray-Darling Basin: Impacts on flows, diversions and economic returns to irrigation
Summary Increasing river environment degradation from historical growth in withdrawal is leading to reallocation of water from irrigation in many basins. We examine how potential reduction inExpand
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Spatial and temporal variations of, and the impact of climate change on, the dry season crop irrigation requirements in Bangladesh
Sustaining irrigation is vital for ensuring future food security in the face of population growth and a changing climate in Bangladesh. In this study, a daily soil water balance simulation model wasExpand
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