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The assessment of climate change-related vulnerability in the agricultural sector: reviewing conceptual frameworks.
1. CONTEXT AND OBJECTIVES OF THE PAPER Climate change is expected to impact on the agricultural sector in multiple ways, among others through increased variability with regard to temperature, rain,… Expand
Rice in Southeast Asia: facing risks and vulnerabilities to respond to climate change.
Rice is one of the most important staple foods for more than half of the world’s population (IRRI, 2006) and influences the livelihoods and economies of several billion people. In 2010, approximately… Expand
BUILDING RESILIENCE FOR ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN THE AGRICULTURE SECTOR
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES OF THE WORKSHOP This workshop was a follow-up of the Joint OECD-INEA-FAO Workshop on Agriculture and Adaptation to Climate Change, which was held in June 2010. One of the… Expand
Crop–livestock production systems in the Sahel - increasing resilience for adaptation to climate change and preserving food security
Climate risk assessment and management in agriculture.
INTRODUCTION Climate risk in agriculture represents the probability of a defined hydro-meteorological hazard affecting the livelihood of farmers, livestock herders, fishers and forest dwellers. Risk… Expand
Biochemical Profile of Heritage and Modern Apple Cultivars and Application of Machine Learning Methods To Predict Usage, Age, and Harvest Season.
- Maria Anastasiadi, F. Mohareb, S. Redfern, Mark J Berry, M. Simmonds, L. Terry
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
- 22 June 2017
The first major attempt to characterize the biochemical profile in different tissues of a large selection of apple cultivars sourced from the United Kingdom's National Fruit Collection, highlighting the extraordinary phytochemical potency and unique profile of some heritage, cider, and ornamental apple cultivar cultivars, especially in comparison to more mainstream Apple cultivars. Expand
Variation of theanine, phenolic, and methylxanthine compounds in 21 cultivars of Camellia sinensis harvested in different seasons.
This is the first study to use chemometric methods to differentiate among 21 cultivars of Camellia sinensis from China and between leaves harvested at different times of the year using 30 compounds… Expand
Quantification of the photosynthetic performance of phosphorus-deficient Sorghum by means of chlorophyll-a fluorescence kinetics
Standard phosphorus treatments significantly increased biomass, leaf area, photosynthetic and respiratory rates, carboxylation efficiencies and levels of ribulose biphosphate regeneration rates, relative to plants with low supplies of nutrients. Expand
Climate change and animal health.