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Impacts and adaptive capacity as drivers for prioritising agricultural adaptation to climate change in Europe

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Schlickenrieder, J.; Quiroga, S.; Diz, A.; Iglesias, A. (2011). Impacts and adaptive capacity as drivers for prioritising agricultural adaptation to climate change in Europe. 59-82. https://doi.org/10.7201/earn.2011.01.03

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Title: Impacts and adaptive capacity as drivers for prioritising agricultural adaptation to climate change in Europe
Secondary Title: Impactos y capacidad de adaptación como factores determinantes para priorizar la adaptación agrícola al cambio climático en Europa
Author: Schlickenrieder, Jeremy Quiroga, Sonia Diz, Agustín Iglesias, Ana
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Abstract:
[EN] In the face of likely climate change impacts policy makers at different spatial scales need access to assessment tools that enable informed policy instruments to be designed. Recent scientific advances have facilitated ...[+]


[ES] A la hora de afrontar los potenciales impactos del cambio climático, las administraciones encargadas de la toma de decisiones a cualquier escala territorial deben disponer de herramientas de evaluación que permitan ...[+]
Subjects: Adaptación , Capacidad de adaptación , Agricultura , Cambio climático , Adaptation , Adaptive capacity , Agriculture , Climate change
Copyrigths: Reserva de todos los derechos
DOI: 10.7201/earn.2011.01.03
Publisher version: https://doi.org/10.7201/earn.2011.01.03
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info:eu-repo/grantAgreement/EC/FP6/036961/EU/Climate change and impact research: the Mediterranean environment/CIRCE/
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Los autores agradecen los comentarios de los revisores anónimos. Este trabajo ha sido financiado parcialmente por CIRCE (Climate Change and Impact Research: the Mediterranean Environment; FP6 Commission of the European ...[+]
Type: Artículo

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