Agriculture is an important sector of any economy of the world. Agriculture productions are highly dependent on the climate change and variability. Changes in hydro-meteorological variables can influence crop yield and productivity at many places. Further, climate change can influence nutrient levels, soil moisture, water availability and other terrestrial parameters related to the agricultural productivity. Changes in the frequency and severity of droughts and floods could pose challenges for farmers and ranchers and threaten food safety. Further, changes in climate can influence meteorological conditions and thus can influence the crop growth pattern. It may also influence irrigation scheduling and water demand of the crops. The effects of climate change also need to be considered along with other evolving factors that affect agricultural production, such as changes in farming practices and technology.

The purpose of the proposed session is to gather scientific researchers related to this topic aiming to highlight ongoing researches and new applications in the field of climate change and agriculture. In this framework, original works concerned with the development or exploitation of advanced techniques for understanding the impact of climate change on agriculture will be invited.

The conveners of this session will encourage both applied and theoretical research in this area.

Co-organized as BG2.37
Convener: R K Mall | Co-conveners: George P. Petropoulos, A. Sahai, Rabi N Sahoo, Prashant Kumar Srivastava
| Thu, 11 Apr, 16:15–18:00
Room L2
| Attendance Thu, 11 Apr, 14:00–15:45
Hall X5

Attendance time: Thursday, 11 April 2019, 14:00–15:45 | Hall X5

X5.168 |
Eleni Kokinou, Costas Panagiotakis, Efstathia Toulia, and Mandi Kavouri
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X5.169 |
Climate and air pollution impact on wheat crop over Eastern Indo Gangetic Plains of India
Geetika Sonkar and Rajesh Kumar Mall
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X5.170 |
Santiago Belda, Maria Lumbierres, Pablo Morcillo, Luca Pipia, Juan Pablo Rivera, Eatidal Amin, and Jochem Verrelst
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X5.171 |
Nazan An, Zekican Demiralay, M. Tufan Turp, and M. Levent Kurnaz
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Hall X5
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X5.174 |
Junxiang Peng, Mathias Neumann Andersen, Kiril Manevski, Kirsten Kørup Sørensen, and Rene Larsen
Hall X5
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X5.176 |
Wheat yield risk in North China Plain in a changing climate——Quantifying contributions of climate change in mean, variation and extremes
Weihang Liu, Tao Ye, and Peijun Shi
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X5.177 |
Impact of climate change on colombian coffee productivity
Olga Ocampo and Julián Vélez
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X5.178 |
How Will Climate Change on Lake Urmia Affect the Growth of Crops?
Mehraneh Khodamorad Pour, Rahim Mahmoudvand, and Fatemeh Khani
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X5.179 |
Prashant K Srivastava, Swati Maurya, George Petropoulos, Rajesh K Mall, and Atul K Sahai
Hall X5
X5.180 |
Daniela F. Silva Fuzzo, Toby Carlson, Nektarios Kourgialas, and George P. Petropoulos
Hall X5
X5.181 |
Salim Lamine, Khidir Abdalla Kwal Deng, Andrew Pavlides, Yangsong Bao, Dionissios Hristopulos, Prashant K. Srivastava, and George Petropoulos
Hall X5
X5.182 |
Earth Observation and Analytical Hierarchy Process based fusion technique to model Regional Forest Fire Risk
Akash Anand, Prashant Kumar Srivastava, Prem Chandra Pandey, and Ramandeep Kaur M. Malhi
Hall X5
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X5.184 |
Qing Sun, Anna K. Gilgen, Valentin H. Klaus, Constant Signarbieux, and Nina Buchmann