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GIS assessment of climate change impacts on tomato crop in Egypt

@inproceedings{AbouShleel2014GISAO,
  title={GIS assessment of climate change impacts on tomato crop in Egypt},
  author={Samir Masoud Abou-Shleel and El-Shirbeny},
  year={2014}
}
This study was carried out to assess the impact of climate change on tomato fruit setting (Solanum lycopersicum L) in Egypt and find out the best suitable sites and sawing dates for cultivation the tomato crop in the future and also to adapt with futuristic climate change conditions by using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) techniques. Monthly data for air temperature (T ) were used from 35 ground air meteorological stations inside and around Egypt. MAGICC/SCENGEN software was used to… 
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