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Record number 413668
Title Integrated assessment of adaptation to Climate change in Flevoland at the farm and regional level
Author(s) Wolf, J.; Mandryk, M.; Kanellopoulos, A.; Oort, P.A.J. van; Schaap, B.F.; Reidsma, P.; Ittersum, M.K. van
Source Wageningen University (AgriAdapt project reports no. 4; 5) - 137
Department(s) Plant Production Systems
Operations Research and Logistics
Crop and Weed Ecology
PPO/PRI AGRO Multifunctioneel Landgebruik
Publication type Scientific report
Publication year 2011
Keyword(s) klimaatverandering - agrarische bedrijfsvoering - akkerbouw - gewasproductie - prognose - methodologie - flevoland - climatic change - farm management - arable farming - crop production - prognosis - methodology
Categories Arable Farming / Climatic Change
Abstract A key objective of the AgriAdapt project is to assess climate change impacts on agriculture including adaptation at regional and farm type level in combination with market and technological changes. More specifically, the developed methodologies enable (a) the assessment of impacts, risks and resiliencies for agriculture under changes in climatic conditions including increasing climate variability but also under changes of other drivers (market, technology, policy, etc.) and (b) the evaluation of adaptation strategies at farm type and regional scale. The methodologies are applied to arable farming in Flevoland, the Netherlands as the key case.
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