Best Reference Books – Climate Risk Assessment in Agriculture

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Climate Risk Assessment In Agriculture subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Climate Risk Assessment In Agriculture along with reviews.

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1. “Adapting to Climate Change: An Assessment of Vulnerability and Risks to Human Security in the Western Mediterranean Basin” by Katriona McGlade and Dania Abdul Malak

“Adapting to Climate Change: An Assessment of Vulnerability and Risks to Human Security in the Western Mediterranean Basin” Book Review: This book is for people who are interested in the integration of natural and social sciences as well as those working on water and climate change from academic, practical, or policy-oriented perspectives. It examines water-related impacts of climate change in the UNESCO Intercontinental Biosphere Reserve of the Mediterranean (IBRM) straddling Spain and Morocco. This book has produced a novel and integrated vulnerability assessment that combines hydro-ecological, socio-economic, and policy analyses.

2. “Strategies for Building Resilience against Climate and Ecosystem Changes in Sub-Saharan Africa” by Osamu Saito and Gordana Kranjac-Berisavljevic

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“Strategies for Building Resilience against Climate and Ecosystem Changes in Sub-Saharan Africa” Book Review: This book is for academics, professionals, and government officials. It reviews studies on climate and ecosystem change adaptation and resilience in Africa (CECAR-Africa). It addresses topics like forecast and assessment of climate change impacts on agro-ecosystems, risk assessment of extreme weather hazards and development of adaptive resource management methods, and implementing capacity development programs for local leaders and practitioners. This has field surveys, questionnaires, focus group discussions, land use and cover change analysis, and climate downscaled modeling.

3. “A Risk Assessment of Climate Change and the Impact of Forest Diseases on Forest Ecosystems in the Western United States and Canada” by John T Kliejunas and Forest Service

“A Risk Assessment of Climate Change and the Impact of Forest Diseases on Forest Ecosystems in the Western United States and Canada” Book Review: This book talks about the effects of eight forest diseases under two climate-change scenarios (warmer and drier, warmer and wetter). It discusses forest diseases that include foliar diseases, Phytophthora diseases, stem rusts, canker diseases, dwarf mistletoes, root diseases, and yellow-cedar decline. The likelihood and consequences of forest diseases are also discussed.

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4. “Managing Weather and Climate Risks in Agriculture” by Mannava V K Sivakumar and Raymond P Motha

“Managing Weather and Climate Risks in Agriculture” Book Review: This book is written for organizations and agencies that are interested in improved risk management in agriculture. It discusses production risks, uncertainty factors impacting agricultural systems performance and management, and measures to reduce the impacts of the variability of climate resources on crop production.

5. “Climate Change and Agriculture over India” by G S L H V Prasadarao

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“Climate Change and Agriculture over India” Book Review: This book is meant for undergraduate and postgraduate students of agriculture, planners, policymakers, and administrators. It mainly talks about the effects of regional climate change on the agriculture sector in different states of India. It also discusses the impact of global warming on the agriculture sector and how climate change affects rainfall, temperature, and land in various states of India and recommends adaptation techniques that can be evolved to neutralize the adverse effects of climate change.

6. “The Impact of Climatic Variations on Agriculture: Volume 1: Assessment in Cool Temperate and Cold Regions: 001” by M L Parry and T R Carter
7. “Tackling Climate Change Through Livestock: A Global Assessment of Emissions and Mitigation Opportunities” by Pierre J Gerber and Food and Agriculture Organization

“Tackling Climate Change Through Livestock: A Global Assessment of Emissions and Mitigation Opportunities” Book Review: This book is written for stakeholders, livestock producers to policy-makers, researchers, and civil society representatives. It provides a novel global assessment of the magnitude, the sources, and pathways of emissions from different livestock production systems and supply chains. It also provides estimates of the sector’s mitigation potential and identifies solid options to reduce emissions.

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8. “Climate Change (What Everyone Needs To Know)” by Joseph Romm

“Climate Change (What Everyone Needs To Know)” Book Review: This book talks about climate change’s foundational science, its implications for our future, and the core clean energy solutions. It answers questions about the practical implications of climate change on our world.

9. “Storm Surge Risk Assessment Under Changing Climate on Bangladesh Coast” by Sarkar Dipankar and Rahman MD Rezaur
10. “Floods and Landslides: Integrated Risk Assessment (Environmental Science and Engineering)” by Riccardo Casale and Claudio Margottini

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“Floods and Landslides: Integrated Risk Assessment (Environmental Science and Engineering)” Book Review: This book is a review of natural disasters like floods and landslides, highlighting the possibility of safe and correct land planning and management using a global approach to territory. It analyses floods and slope stability phenomena as different aspects of the same dynamic system.

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