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Climate Change Impacts on Shrimp Production at the South-West Coastal Region of Bangladesh

@article{Rimi2013ClimateCI,
  title={Climate Change Impacts on Shrimp Production at the South-West Coastal Region of Bangladesh},
  author={Ruksana H. Rimi and Shazia Farzana and Md. Shemul Sheikh and Md. Zahidul Abedin and Arjun Chandra Bhowmick},
  journal={Food Politics \& Sociology eJournal},
  year={2013}
}
This study was conducted to investigate the changes of climate, salinity and their consequent impacts on shrimp production at Shyamnagar under Satkhira District, Bangladesh. An integrated technique was used including social survey, historical climate data, shrimp production data and field analysis. During 1980-2009, a statistically significant decreasing trend of annual average maximum temperature but increasing trend of annual average minimum temperature was found. Maximum temperature… 

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