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Climate Change and Agriculture

Author Name : Tapas Bhattacharyya, D K Pal, Dipak Sarkar and S P Wani


  • Publisher : Studium Press India Pvt Ltd
  • Edition : 1st
  • ISBN 13 : 978-93-80012-40-7
  • Page no : 328
  • Publication Year : 2013

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Rainfed agriculture is gaining importance throughout the globe in view of its inherent problem of low or sparse rainfall which is accentuated further by climate change. To sustain agriculture and other related activities, we need to know more about the soils and other natural resources including plants, insects and other biological elements which are experiencing climatic stress due to global warming. On the basis of expertise by a team of leading scientists from national and international organizations, the 16 chapters of this book discuss the issues and priorities for agricultural and related managements. Covering areas such as north-eastern Himalayas, semi-arid tropics, eastern and north-eastern India and the Indo-Gangetic Plains with an overall global scenario of the rainfed agriculture, this book will be necessary for both the academics and policy makers in understanding natural resources and their management for sustainable agriculture.
Title Climate Change and Agriculture
Table of Content List of Contributors. Foreword-I. Foreword-II. Preface. Section I: Natural Resources in Rainfed Ecosystem and Their Management : Rain-fed Agriculture, Area and Extent. Soils of North-Eastern Region and their Management for Rain-fed Crops. Soil Moisture Availability in Rain-fed Agro-ecosystems in Semi-Arid Tropics. Nutrient Deficiencies and their Management in Soils of the Semi-Arid Tropical Regions. Natural Soil Resources of North Western Part of the Indo-Gangetic Plains and their Management for Rainfed Crops. Rain-fed Crops and their Management in the Eastern India. Section II: Impact of Climate Change: Impact of Climate Change in Soils of Semi-Arid Tropics (SAT). Soil Carbon Reserves and Prioritisation for C Sequestration in Indian Soils. Impact of Climate Change on Insects and Possible Adaptation Strategies. Region-Specific Vulnerability of Indian Marine Fisheries to Climatic Variability and Climate Change. Impacts, Vulnerability and Adaptation of Inland Fisheries to Climate Change in India. Climate Change and Agriculture in Asia: A Case Study for Methane Emission due to Rice Cultivation. Section III: Tools to Identify Climate Change in Soils and Environment : Mineral Formation in Soils and Sediments as Signatures of Climate Change. Predicting Changes in Soil Carbon and Crop Yield Due to Climate Change. Increasing CO2 Concentration and its Probable Influence on Rain-fed Food and Oil Seed Crop Produtivity in SAT. On Modelling the Effect of Climate Change on Soil Organic Carbon. Subject Index
Page No. 328
Author's Name Tapas Bhattacharyya, D K Pal, Dipak Sarkar and S P Wani
Publisher Studium Press India Pvt Ltd
Year Of Publication 2013
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ISBN 13 978-93-80012-40-7
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book size(hei) 9.3
Book size width 6.3
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