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Stigter, Kees

Applied Agrometeorology

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Table of contents

1. Introductory Part
Kees Stigter

2. Introduction to Part II (INSAM Examples)
Kees Stigter

3. Introduction to Part II (CMA/CAU/APMP Examples)
Kees Stigter, Zheng Dawei, Wang Shili, Ma Yuping

4. Agrometeorological Services
Kees Stigter

5. Communication Approaches in Applied Agrometeorology
R. Gommes, M. Acunzo, S. Baas, M. Bernardi, S. Jost, E. Mukhala, S. Ramasamy

6. Introduction to Part III
Kees Stigter

7. Combating Disasters: Monocropping
Kees Stigter

8. Selection Processes of (Changes in) Land Use and Cropping Patterns: Monocropping
M.H. Ali, M.S.U. Talukder

9. The Selection of Actual Preparedness Strategies for Dealing with Climate as Adopted in Monocropping
H.P. Das

10. More Efficient Use of Agricultural Inputs as Part of Adoption of Preparedness Strategies: Monocropping
Kulasekaran Ramesh

11. Selection of (Changes in) Livestock Management Patterns: Monocropping
Kees Stigter

12. The Development of Microclimate Modification Patterns: Monocropping
Kees Stigter

13. Designs of (Changes in) Protection Measures Against Extreme Climate: Monocropping
Kees Stigter

14. Improving the Issuing, Absorption and Use of Climate Forecast Information in Agricultural Production: Monocropping
Ajit Govind, Kees Stigter

15. The Sustainable Development and use of Agro-Ecosystems: Monocropping
Ajit Govind, Kees Stigter

16. Detection and Awareness of Increasing Climate Variability and the Elevating Climate Risk: Monocropping
Kees Stigter

17. (Changes in) Adaptation Strategies to Climate Changes: Monocropping
Kees Stigter

18. Problems and Solutions in Coping with Extreme Meteorological Events in Agricultural Production and Challenges Remaining for the Use of Science to Contribute to Problem Analyses and Designing Valuable Solutions in this Context: Monocropping
Kees Stigter

19. Designing and Selecting Efficient Early Warning Strategies and Increasing Their Efficiencies in Monocropping
H.P. Das

20. Problems and Solutions in Using of and Coping with Weather Phenomena in Need of Tactical Decision Making and Challenges Remaining for the Use of Science to Contribute to Problem Analyses and Designing Viable Solutions in this Context: Monocropping
H.P. Das, C.J. Stigter

21. Designing and Selecting Weather Related Tactical Applications for Agricultural Management and Increasing Their Efficiencies: Monocropping
H.P. Das, C.J. Stigter

22. Defining, Managing and Coping with Weather and Climate Related Risks in Agriculture: Monocropping
Kees Stigter

23. Developing Scales and Tools for Weather and Climate Related Risk Quantifications: Monocropping
Kulasekaran Ramesh, Roger E. Rivero Vega, Kees Stigter

24. Improving Weather and Climate Related Risk Assessments in Agricultural Production: Monocropping
Kulasekaran Ramesh, Kees Stigter

25. Designing and Communicating Improvements in Farm Applications of Risk Information Products: Monocropping
Kees Stigter

26. Improving Coping Strategies with Weather and Climate Risks in Agricultural Production, Including the Improved Use of Insurance Approaches: Monocropping
Kees Stigter

27. Combating Disasters: Multiple Cropping
Kees Stigter

28. Selection Processes of (Changes In) Land Use and Cropping Patterns: Multiple Cropping
Emmanuel Ofori, Nicholas Kyei-Baffour

29. The Selection of Actual Preparedness Strategies for Dealing with Climate as Adopted in Multiple Cropping
Emmanuel Ofori, Nicholas Kyei-Baffour, Kees Stigter

30. More Efficient Use of Agricultural Inputs as Part of Adoption of Preparedness Strategies: Multiple Cropping
Kulasekaran Ramesh

31. Selection of (Changes in) Livestock Management Patterns: Multiple Cropping
Kees Stigter

32. The Development of Microclimate Modification Patterns: Multiple Cropping
Kees Stigter

33. Designs of (Changes in) Protection Measures Against Extreme Climate: Multiple Cropping
Kees Stigter

34. Improving the Issuing, Absorption and Use of Climate Forecast Information in Agricultural Production: Multiple Cropping
Kees Stigter, Ajit Govind

35. The Sustainable Development and Use of Agro-Ecosystems: Multiple Cropping
Sue Walker, Emmanuel Ofori, Nicholas Kyei-Baffour, Kees Stigter

36. Detection and Awareness of Increasing Climate Variability and the Elevating Climate Risk: Multiple Cropping
Kees Stigter

37. (Changes in) Adaptation Strategies to Climate Changes: Multiple Cropping
Kees Stigter

38. Problems and Solutions in Coping with Extreme Meteorological Events in Agricultural Production and Challenges Remaining for the use of Science to Contribute to Problem Analyses and Designing Valuable Solutions in This Context: Multiple Cropping
Kees Stigter

39. Designing and Selecting Early Warning Strategies and Increasing Their Efficiencies: Multiple Cropping
Sue Walker, Kees Stigter

40. Problems and Solutions in Using of and Coping with Weather Phenomena in Need of Tactical Decision Making and Challenges Remaining for the Use of Science to Contribute to Problem Analyses and Designing Viable Solutions in This Context: Multiple Cropping
Sue Walker, Emmanuel Ofori, Nicholas Kyei-Baffour, Kees Stigter

41. Designing and Selecting Weather Related Tactical Applications for Agricultural Management and Increasing their Efficiencies: Multiple Cropping
Emmanuel Ofori, Nicholas Kyei-Baffour, Kees Stigter

42. Defining, Managing and Coping with Weather and Climate Related Risks in Agriculture: Multiple Cropping
Kees Stigter

43. Developing Scales and Tools for Weather and Climate Related Risk Quantifications: Multiple Cropping
Sue Walker, Kees Stigter, Kulasekaran Ramesh

44. Improving Weather and Climate Related Risk Assessments in Agricultural Production: Multiple Cropping
Kulasekaran Ramesh, Kees Stigter, Sue Walker

45. Designing and Communicating Improvements in Farm Applications of Risk Information Products: Multiple Cropping
Kees Stigter

46. Improving Coping Strategies with Weather and Climate Risks in Agricultural Production, Including the Improved Use of Insurance Approaches: Multiple Cropping
Kees Stigter

47. Combating Disasters in Forestry and Its Protection Functions
Dick Felch

48. Selection Processes of (Changes in) Land Use and Afforestation Patterns
Ahmad Ainuddin Nuruddin

49. The Selection of Actual Preparedness Strategies for Dealing with Climate as Adopted in Forestry
Al Riebau

50. More Efficient Use of Forestry and Management Inputs
Kulasekaran Ramesh, Kees Stigter

51. Selection of (Changes in) Livestock Management Patterns Related to Forests
Kees Stigter

52. Development of Microclimate Modification Patterns in Forestry
Kees Stigter

53. Designs of (Changes in) Protection Measures Against Extreme Climate in Forestry
Dick Felch

54. Improving the Issuing, Absorption and Use of Climate Forecast Information in Forestry
H.P. Das

55. Sustainable Development and Use of Forest Ecosystems
Al Riebau

56. Detection of and Awareness on Increasing Climate Variability and the Elevated Risk to Forestry
Al Riebau

57. (Changes in) Adaptation Strategies to Climate Change in Forestry
Al Riebau

58. Problems and Solutions in Coping with Extreme Meteorological Events in Forestry, and Challenges Remaining for the Use of Science to Contribute to Problem Analyses and Designing Valuable Solutions in the Context of Forest (Agro) Meteorology
Kees Stigter

59. Designing and Selecting Efficient Early Warning Strategies and Increasing Their Efficiencies in Forestry
Al Riebau

60. Problems and Solutions in Using of and Coping with Weather Phenomena in Need of Tactical Decision Making and Challenges Remaining for the Use of Science to Contribute to Problem Analyses and Designing Viable Solutions in This Context: Forest (Agro)Meteorology
Dick Felch, Kees Stigter

61. Designing and Selecting Weather Related Tactical Applications for Forest Management and Increasing Their Efficiencies
H.P. Das

62. Defining, Managing and Coping with Weather and Climate Related Risks in Forestry
Conrado Tobón

63. Developing Scales and Tools for Weather and Climate Related Risk Quantifications in Forestry
Kulasekaran Ramesh

64. Improving Weather and Climate Related Risk Assessments in Forestry
Kulasekaran Ramesh

65. Designing and Communicating Improvements in Forestry Applications of Risk Information Products
Kees Stigter

66. Improving Coping Strategies with Weather and Climate Related Risks in Forestry Including the Improved Use of Insurance Approaches
Kees Stigter, Kulasekaran Ramesh

67. Combating Disasters by Using Agroforestry
Kees Stigter

68. Selection Processes of (Changes in) Cropping Patterns Using Non-forest Trees
Luigi Mariani, Osvaldo Failla, Kees Stigter

69. Selection of Actual Preparedness Strategies for Dealing with Climate, as Adopted in Using Non-forest Trees
H.P. Das

70. More Efficient Use of Inputs in Cropping Systems Using Trees
Kees Stigter

71. Selection of (Changes in) Management Patterns in Agroforestry
Luigi Mariani, Osvaldo Failla, Kees Stigter

72. Development of Microclimate Modification Patterns in Agroforestry
Kees Stigter

73. Designs of (Changes in) Protection Measures Against Extreme Climate in Agroforestry
Kees Stigter, Luigi Mariani, Osvaldo Failla

74. Improving the Issuing, Absorption and Use of Climate Forecast Information In Agroforestry
Thomas J. Sauer

75. Sustainable Development and Use of Ecosystems with Non-forest Trees
Thomas J. Sauer

76. Detection and Awareness of Increasing Climate Variability and the Elevating Climate Risk in Farming Systems with Non-Forest Trees
H.P. Das, C.J. Stigter

77. (Changes in) Adaptation Strategies to Climate Changes with Farming Systems Using Non-Forest Trees
Luigi Mariani, Osvaldo Failla

78. Problems and Solutions in Coping with Extreme Meteorological Events in Agricultural Production, and Challenges Remaining for the Use of Science to Contribute to Problem Analyses and Designing Valuable Solutions in This Context: Non-forest Trees
Kees Stigter

79. Designing and Selecting Efficient Early Warning Strategies and Increasing Their Efficiencies for Agroforestry Farming Systems
Simone Orlandini, Francesca Natali

80. Problems and Solutions in Using of and Coping with Weather Phenomena in Need of Tactical Decision Making and Challenges Remaining for the Use of Science to Contribute to Problem Analyses and Designing Viable Solutions in This Context: Non-forest Trees
Luigi Mariani, Osvaldo Failla, Kees Stigter

81. Designing and Selecting Weather Related Tactical Applications for Management of Agroforestry and Increasing Their Efficiencies
H.P. Das

82. Defining, Managing and Coping with Weather and Climate Related Risks in Agroforestry
H.P. Das

83. Developing Scales and Tools for Weather and Climate Related Risk Quantifications in Agroforestry
Kees Stigter, Kulasekaran Ramesh

84. Improving Weather and Climate Related Risk Assessments for Non-Forest Trees
C.J. Stigter, H.P. Das, Kulasekaran Ramesh

85. Designing and Communicating Improvements in Farm Applications of Risk Information Products in Agroforestry
Kees Stigter

86. Improving Coping Strategies with Weather and Climate Related Risks in Agroforestry, Including the Improved Use of Insurance Approaches
Kees Stigter

87. Problems and Solutions in Coping with Extreme Meteorological Events in Agricultural Production, and Challenges Remaining for the Use of Science to Contribute to Problem Analyses and Designing Valuable Solutions in This Context: Animal Husbandry
Kees Stigter

88. Selection of Actual Preparedness Strategies for Dealing with Climate, as Adopted in Animal Husbandry
John Gaughan

89. Designing and Selecting Efficient Early Warning Strategies and Increasing Their Efficiencies for Animal Husbandry
John Gaughan, LeRoy Hahn

90. More Efficient Use of Inputs in Animal Husbandry
John Gaughan, Silvia Valtorta, Nicola Lacetera

91. Combined with 6.A.(vi) Selection Processes of (Changes in) Animal Husbandry and Combating Disasters in Animal Husbandry
Akinyemi Gabriel Omonijo

92. Development of Microclimate Modification Patterns in Animal Husbandry
Silvia Valtorta

93. Improving the Issuing, Absorption and Use of Climate Forecast Information in Animal Husbandry
John Gaughan, Hesham Khalifa

94. Problems and Solutions in Coping with Extreme Meteorological Events in Agricultural Production, and Challenges Remaining for the Use of Science to Contribute to Problem Analyses and Designing Valuable Solutions in This Context: Cropping Under Cover
Kees Stigter

95. Combating Disasters in Covered Cropping Systems
Zheng Dawei, Kees Stigter

96. Covering Crops to Improve Growth: Some Essential Experience
Kees Stigter

97. Selection Processes of (Changes in) Covered Cropping Patterns
Gerard P. A. Bot

98. Problems and Solutions in Coping with Extreme Meteorological Events in Fisheries and Aquacultute, and Challenges Remaining for the Use of Science to Contribute to Problem Analyses and Designing Valuable Solutions in This Context of Fisheries and Aquaculture
Kees Stigter, Claude E. Boyd

99. Agrometeorology and Urban Agriculture
Kees Stigter

100. “Paleez Khoursheed”: Agrometeorology for Precision Farming in Iran
Alireza Sodagari, Kees Stigter

101. Introduction to Part IV
Kees Stigter

102. Ethics and Policies
Kees Stigter

103. A Basic View on Models of Nature and the Concept of “Sustainability”
Tor Håkon Sivertsen, Janis Gailis

104. Expert Systems
Andrew Challinor

105. Education, Training and Extension
Kees Stigter

106. Meteorological Data to Support Farming Needs
Raymond P. Motha

107. Agricultural Physics
Gerard P.A. Bot

108. Agricultural Chemistry in Agrometeorology: Relations with Groundwater Contamination
Tibor Stigter

109. Field Quantification
Kees Stigter

110. Statistics and Agrometeorology: Introductory Issues and Cases
Roger Stern

111. Agrometeorological Statistics: More Introductory Issues and Cases
Olga C. Penalba

112. Climate Prediction and Weather Forecasting
Nathaniel Logar

113. Examples of Agrometeorological Decision Support Developed and Used in South America
Orivaldo Brunini, Mñrio José Pedro, Dalziza Oliveira, Marcelo Bento Paes Camargo, Glauco Souza Rolim, Paulo Henrique Caramori

114. Global Potentials for Greenhouse Gas Mitigation in Agriculture
Julian Dumanski, Raymond L. Desjardins, Rattan Lal, Pedro Luiz Freitas, Pierre Gerber, Henning Steinfeld, Louis Verchot, Gerald E. Schuman, Justin D. Derner, Mark Rosegrant

115. Strategies and Economies for Greenhouse Gas Mitigation in Agriculture
Julian Dumanski, Raymond L. Desjardins, Rattan Lal, Pedro Luiz Freitas, Pierre Gerber, Henning Steinfeld, Louis Verchot, Gerald E. Schuman, Justin D. Derner, Mark Rosegrant

116. Supporting Evidence for Greenhouse Gas Mitigation in Agriculture
Julian Dumanski, Raymond L. Desjardins, Rattan Lal, Mark Rosegrant

117. Modeling and Simulation
Tomáš Orfánus

118. Monitoring and Early Warning
Andries Rosema, Marjolein Weirdt, Steven Foppes

119. Remote Sensing
Andres C. Ravelo, Ernesto G. Abril

120. Geoinformatics for Evaluating Erosive Rainfall Hazards in Uplands Crops: Preliminary Decision Making
Nazzareno Diodato, Michele Ceccarelli, Gianni Bellocchi

Keywords: Earth Sciences, Meteorology/Climatology, Agriculture, Applied Earth Sciences, Environmental Management, Forestry, Climate Change

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2010
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
33 pages
Category
Natural Sciences
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783540746980

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