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Record number 486656
Title Understanding the spatial distribution of agricultural land use in view of climate-driven hydrological changes - Expert Pool Report
Author(s) Diogo, V.; Koomen, E.; Witte, F.; Schaap, B.F.
Source Utrecht : Knowledge for Climate - 13
Department(s) Plant Production Systems
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2013
Keyword(s) klimaatverandering - regionale planning - landgebruiksplanning - landbouw - gewasopbrengst - grondwaterstand - climatic change - regional planning - land use planning - agriculture - crop yield - groundwater level
Categories Climatic Change
Abstract In the context of Knowledge for Climate programme, an expert pool was requested from Theme 6 (high quality climate projections) to provide data and information to study the future impacts of climate change on the agricultural land-use patterns in the Netherlands. More specifically, a number of questions were posed in regard to: 1) representing and explaining the spatial distribution of different types of farming; and 2) simulating with Land Use Scanner the future developments of agricultural land-use while taking into account effects of climate change and changes in (agricultural) policy. The main findings are summarized in the present report.
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