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Record number 2201849
Article title Towards adaptation to climate change: water for rice in the coastal wetlands of Doñana, southern Spain : climate proof fresh water supply in coastal areas and deltas in Europe
Author(s) Iglesias, A. ; Sánchez, B. ; Garrote, L. ; López, I.
Journal title Water resources management : an international journal
Part(Year)Number 31(2017)2
Pages 629 - 653
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Keyword(s) (cab) water supply / climatic change / climate adaptation / spain / coastal areas / rice / wetlands
Categories Water Supply
Publication type Scientific article
Language English
About Rice production in coastal wetlands provides critical ecosystem services that range from flood control to wildlife habitat. In the Iberian Peninsula rice was introduced in the 10th Century. Today Iberian rice accounts for about one quarter of the total rice production of the European Union, almost exclusively cultivated in the coastal wetlands of Spain, with permanent flooding. The intensive water management required to produce rice stands at a crucial point since freshwater supply is deteriorating at an unprecedented rate. Here we explore flexible adaptation options to climate change in the Doñana wetlands - a world heritage and biodiversity site - from two points of view: What are the policy options for agricultural water management in view of climate change? How can informed stakeholders contribute to better adaptation?
KfC/CcSP  
program Knowledge for Climate (KfC)
theme HS2 Hotspotoverstijgende thema's
project (Thema 2) Zoetwatervoorziening en waterkwaliteit
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