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  • Part 2 has contents biodiversity sector risks of temperature increase to biodiversity and ecosystems, climate change and the energy sector in Brazil, increased risk of drought in the semiarid lands of northeast Brazil due to regional warming above 4 °c, assessing the possible impacts of a 4 °c or higher warming in Amazonia.

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  • Climate change is predicted to lead to changes in the amount and distribution of precipitation during the growing seasonal. This “repackaging” of rainfall could be particularly important for grassland productivity.

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  • Moringa oliefera Lam is a wonder tree grow in all type of soil & climate especially in semiarid tropics. The tree has fast growing and drought resistant in nature. The versatile nature and diversify uses of tree open new dimension for fit in Agroforestry system of cropping. Beside the domestic uses, ecosystem services, it’s highly marked for industrial uses.

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  • The present study has analyzed the Optimum Cropping Patterin Semi-Arid Eastern Plain Agro-climatic Zone of Rajasthan state by using alternative three price scenarios namely market prices, economic prices (net out effect of subsidy) and natural resource valuation (NRV) considering environmental benefits like biological nitrogen fixation and greenhouse gas costs. In this study, unit-level cost of cultivation data for the triennium ending 2013-14 which were collected from Cost of Cultivation Scheme, MPUAT, Udaipur (Raj.) has been used.

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  • Ber can provide food security, due to sustained production of the fruit in even degraded lands. It is highly nutritive which untapped source of nutrition. It is an ideal fruit for arid and semiarid regions and tropical and subtropical climate where most of the fruits cannot be grown.

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  • Guar is known for its drought hardiness and preferred for extraction of galactomannan gum. Its adaptability is proved in Mediterranean and sub-tropical environments. Information on its adaptability in semi-arid environments is limited.

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  • Like in the arid and semiarid ecosystems, the northern limit of rainy season crops ecosystems have a dynamic influenced by harsh climatic condition. In addition to this, there is a high demand in goods and services by the over increasing population. The objective of the present study was to analyze land use in pastoral and agropastoral areas in the department of Goudoumaria, located in the South East of Niger. It is an agropastoral areas, where the practice and success of rural activities is based on physical conditions, the repartition and regularity of rainfall.

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  • In many parts of the world food security is being affected due to declining quality and/or quantity of the soil resource base and climate change. In this context, farming with zeolites has drawn attention. Zeolites are natural aluminosilicates present in rocks in different part of the world. Use of zeolite has gained a momentum in the recent past owing to multitude of benefits accrued from them. Clinoptilolite Zeolites are useful in agriculture because of their large porosity, cation exchange capacity and selectivity for ammonium and potassium cations.

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  • The rainfall erosivity index is one of the most important factors influencing soil erosion. For this reason, investigating the accuracy of rainfall erosivity indices is very important in different climatic regions. The objective of this research was to investigate different rainfall erosivity factors and determine the most appropriate ones for use in the central and northeastern parts of Iran.

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  • The present research study was carried out during the years 2009–2010 and 2010–2011 to identify the relationship between carbon isotope discrimination (∆) of grain and leaf, yield of winter wheat, and irrigation water productivity (IWP) under different water conditions in a semiarid climate.

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  • This study proposes that in this climate dominated by small storms, planting C. arizonica is preferable to planting P. eldarica. However, the differences in the transpiration of these species should be quantified. Our results also indicated that the I value in this semiarid climate was higher than that of a humid climate.

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  • Over the past decade, our understanding of plant adaptation to environmental stress, including both constitutive and inducible determinants, has grown con- siderably. This book focuses on stress caused by the inanimate components of the environment associated with climatic, edaphic and physiographic factors that substantially limit plant growth and survival. Categorically these are abiotic stresses, which include drought, salinity, non-optimal temperatures and poor soil nutrition.

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  • The great nations of antiquity lived and prospered in arid and semiarid countries. In the more or less rainless regions of China, Mesopotamia, Palestine, Egypt, Mexico, and Peru, the greatest cities and the mightiest peoples flourished in ancient days. Of the great civilizations of history only that of Europe has rooted in a humid climate. As Hilgard has suggested, history teaches that a high civilization goes hand in hand with a soil that thirsts for water. To-day, current events point to the arid and semiarid regions as the chief dependence of our modern civilization.

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