Assessing drought Vulnerability of Bulgarian Agriculture through Model Simulations

@inproceedings{Popova2011AssessingDV,
  title={Assessing drought Vulnerability of Bulgarian Agriculture through Model Simulations},
  author={Dina Gennadyevna Popova and Lu{\'i}s S. Pereira and М. I. Ivanova and Petya Alexandrova and Katerina Doneva and Vassil N. Alexandrov and Milena Kercheva},
  year={2011}
}
This study assesses the vulnerability of Bulgarian agriculture to drought using the WINISAREG model and seasonal standard precipitation index SPI(2) for the period 1951-2004. This model was previously validated for maize on soils of different water holding capacity (TAW) in various locations. Simulations are performed for Plovdiv, Stara Zagora and Sofia. Results relative to Plovdiv show that in soils of large TAW (180 mm m) net irrigation requirements (NIRs) range 0-40 mm in wet years and 350… CONTINUE READING

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