The impact of climate variability on the yield of rain-fed rice of Bangladesh.
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Published by SAARC Meteorological Research Centre in Dhaka .
Written in English


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SeriesSMRC -- no. 18
ContributionsSAARC Meteorological Research Centre.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 59 p. :
Number of Pages59
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23176123M
LC Control Number2009341183

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In this paper, the climate impacts on rain-fed and irrigated rice yield have been assessed by combining the downscaled outputs from an ensemble of general circulation models (GCM) (HADCM3, INCM3 and IPCM4) with data from the LARS-WG weather generator to drive the CERES-Rice crop by: 6. Abstract This paper uses the framework of the Just–Pope production function to evaluate the impacts of climate change on yields of the rainfed Aman rice crop in Bangladesh. It analyses disaggre- gated district-level data on climate variables and Aman rice yield over a 48 year time horizon. in book: biodiversity, conservation and sustainable development: issues and approaches (pp) edition: ; chapter: impact of climate change on aromatic rice. Abstract This paper uses the framework of the Just–Pope production function to evaluate the impacts of climate change on yields of the rainfed Aman rice crop in Bangladesh. It analyses disaggregated district-level data on climate variables and Aman rice yield over a 48 year time horizon.

This paper uses the framework of the Just–Pope production function to evaluate the impacts of climate change on yields of the rainfed Aman rice crop in Bangladesh. It analyses disaggregated district-level data on climate variables and Aman rice yield over a 48 year time horizon. The results reveal that changes in maximum temperatures have had positive and negative effects on yield in the.   To our knowledge, no empirical studies have employed econometric techniques to examine the effects of climate variables on rice yield in the context of Bangladesh. On an international level, several studies have been conducted to examine the effect on crop production (Ozkan and Akcaoz, , Lobell et al., , Almaraz et al., ) but. In this study, the impacts of climate variables on the mean and variability in Aus variety rice yield in Bangladesh are assessed. Using the theoretical framework of the Just–Pope production function, cross‐sectional time series data on Aus rice yield and maximum temperature, minimum temperature and rainfall at a district level over a period of 38 years are analysed for evidence of rice.   We estimate the effects of climate variability and change on agricultural revenues of small-scale farmers in Kenya. • We use a balanced panel household data set collected in , , and from eight agro-regional zones and climate data from to

Sarker, MAR, K Alam and J Gow [] Assessing the effects of climate change on rice yields: An econometric investigation using Bangladeshi panel data. Economic Analysis and Policy, 44, – Crossref, Google Scholar; Sarker, MAR, K Alam and J Gow (). Performance of rain-fed Aman rice yield in Bangladesh in the presence of climate change. Most tropical regions in the world are vulnerable to climate variability, given their dependence on rain-fed agricultural production and limited adaptive capacity owing to socio-economic conditions. The Kalahandi, Bolangir, and Koraput districts of the south-western part of Odisha province of India experience an extreme sub-humid tropical climate. Hossain and Teixeira da Silva have undertaken an initiative to document the climate change impact on rice and wheat yield in Bangladesh. Their study has drawn a conclusion that global warming is expected to severely reduce the yield of various crops, including rice and wheat, directly affecting the food security of million people in Bangladesh. Quadir, DA (). The impact of climate variability on the yield of rain-fed rice of Bangladesh. SMRC No. SAARC Meteorological Research Centre (SMRC), Dhaka, Bangladesh. Google Scholar; Rashid, HE [] Geography of Bangladesh. Dhaka, Bangladesh: University Press. Google Scholar.