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Agrometeorological adaptation strategies to increasing climate variability and climate change

@inproceedings{Salingera2000AgrometeorologicalAS,
  title={Agrometeorological adaptation strategies to increasing climate variability and climate change},
  author={M. J. Salingera and C. J. Stigterb and H. P. Dasc},
  year={2000}
}
This paper starts with summarizing the indications for climate change as they are reviewed in the most recent WMO global climate system reviews. There are indications in the paper for increasing climate variability in certain areas. Some of the principal causes of increasing climate variability and climate change (ICV & CC) are a mixture of external and internal factors to the climate system. Of changes over the past century, increases in greenhouse gases have probably been the most important… 

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