Modeling sustainable adaptation strategies toward a climate-smart agriculture in a Mediterranean watershed under projected climate change scenarios
Rashyd Zaaboul and
Agricultural Systems, 2018, vol. 162, issue C, 154-163
Climate change projections for the Mediterranean region are predicting a significant rainfall decrease and an increase of temperatures. The consequences of these changes on food security and natural resources in this region might be very dramatic. Anticipating climate change impacts by improving agricultural systems efficiency is a critical need.
Keywords: R'dom watershed; Climate change; SWAT model; Adaptation strategy; TOPSIS (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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