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climatic model of agricultural productivity in the Missouri River basin
James C. Albrecht
Bibliography: p. 99-107.
|Statement||by James C. Albrecht.|
|Series||Laboratory of Climatology (C.W. Thornthwaite Associates). Publications in climatology -- vol. 24, no. 2., Publications in climatology (Laboratory of Climatology (C.W. Thornthwaite Associates)) -- v. 24, no. 2.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||107 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||107|
For example, crops and agricultural production cover approximately 46 percent of the Missouri River Basin, of which 5 percent is irrigated (Srinivasan et al., ). These and other water resource needs make the Missouri River Basin extremely vulnerable to any hydrologic impacts of climate change. A complete method has been developed for analyz-. This effect, along with other adaptation strategies, was excluded in the GGCM model setup here for most model runs, as it complicates the analysis and attribution of climate change impacts. GHMs on the other hand generally ignore the effects of increasing [CO 2] on crop water use efficiency Cited by:
A study partially funded by CPO's Sectoral Applications Research Program and published in the Journal of Hydrometeorology found after simulation experiments that climate variability phenomena can Missouri River basin sensitive to decadal climate variability | NOAA 2. The Missouri River basin in context a. Land and industry. The basin, shown in Fig. 1, covers more than square miles (1 km. 2) including a part or all of. F. IG. 1. The Missouri River basin is one of 18 major water resource regions of the conter-minous United by:
the Missouri River basin occupy two extremes of complexity: (1) soil-loss equations for estimating sheet and rill erosion from individual fields and other very small areas used with delivery ratios for movement of the sediment to a stream location and (2) geographical contouring of dataAuthor: P.R. Jordan. Explaining Climate Extremes: An Assessment of the Missouri River Basin Flood – Executive Summary; Workshop Reports. Climate and Agriculture Tools Workshops in Brookings SD and Casper WY – March (2-page summary) Missouri River Basin DEWS Kickoff Meeting – February , (2-page summary).
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Get this from a library. A climatic model of agricultural productivity in the Missouri River basin. [James C Albrecht]. Reclamation's SECURE Water Act Report identifies climate challenges the Missouri River Basin could likely face: • Temperatures in the Missouri River Basin are projected to increase by roughly 5°F - 6°F during the 21st century.
• • wintertime runoff with decreased runoff during the summer. Climate Change Analysis for the Missouri River Basin 4. The routing model has two steps.
First, surface runoff and base flow simulated by the hydrology model at the centre of the VIC grid cell are moved to the edge of the cell where it enters the channel network. As part of the joint NSF-USDA National Institute for Food and Agriculture program on Decadal and Regional Climate Variability Using Earth System Models, researchers modeled the impacts of climate variability on water resources and agriculture in the Missouri River Basin.
Simulated climate data and observed yields from a large variety of crops were provided as inputs to an economic impacts model.
Cultivated Cropland in the Missouri River Basin Executive Summary Agriculture in the Missouri River Basin The Missouri River Basin is the largest of the water resource regions that make up the Mississippi River drainage.
The basin covers aboutsquare miles and extends from the continental divide and southern Canada through. Albrecht, J. A climatic model of agricultural productivity in the Missouri River Basin. Publ Climatol. 24(2): 1–Centerton (Elmer), N.J.: Thornthwaite Cited by: Fernandez MA () Decadal climate variability: economic implications in agriculture and water in the Missouri River Basin.
Dissertation, Texas A&M University Google Scholar Füssel H, Klein RJ () Climate change vulnerability assessments: an evolution of conceptual by: 5.
The authors find that impacts, including economic impacts, of decadal climate variability (DCV) on water and agricultural production in the basin are distinctly identifiable and characterizable. Stakeholders have clear notions about their needs for DCI and have offered specific suggestions as to Cited by: The basin, shown in Fig.
1, covers more than square miles (1 km 2) including a part or all of 10 U.S. states and two Canadian provinces; it is also home to 28 Native American tants of the basin depend on the Missouri River system for drinking water, irrigation and industrial needs, hydroelectricity, recreation, navigation, and fish and wildlife by: number of watersheds in the Missouri River basin (MRB) that established the sensitivity of the basin’s water and agriculture sectors to the impacts of DCV phenomena.
Building on these previous studies, the present study is a part of a large program to develop a decadal climate File Size: 3MB. Implications of climate change for the agricultural Midwest are revealed in a recent study on two typical agricultural Midwestern watersheds, the Mackinaw River Basin and the upper Sangamon River.
Computer modeling simulations indicate that conservation practice use in the Missouri River Basin during the period to reduced sediment, nutrient, and pesticide losses from farm fields.
However, there remain significant opportunities for reducing nonpoint agricultural sources of pollution. the Missouri River basin.
The Missouri River basin is at risk in reference to water resources and climate change because (1) annual demand for water is large relative to annual supply, (2) more than 25 percent of total energy production is from hydropower, and (3) the basin ground water supply is susceptible to overdraft (Gleick, ).
The Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook for the Missouri River Basin Region—which includes parts of Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming—provides a summary of the region's weather and climate impacts from the previous quarter, and outlooks for conditions during the coming quarter.
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Many decadal climate prediction efforts have started under the World Climate Research Programme’s Coupled Model Intercomparison 5 project.
While considerable discussion is occurring in journals and workshops about model deficiencies, initialization techniques, and data requirements, not much is known about decadal.
Downloadable. Economic research on decadal climate variability (DCV) is scarce. DCV refers to ocean-related climate influences of duration from seven to twenty years. The DCV phenomena and their phases are associated with variations in crop and water yields.
This paper examines the value of DCV information in the Missouri river basin using a mathematical programming model. Value of decadal climate variability information for agriculture in the Missouri River basin Mario Andres Fernandez1 & Pei Huang2 & Bruce McCarl3 & Vikram Mehta4 Received: 28 July /Accepted: 6 September # Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht Abstract This study estimates economic value and ma nagement adaptations associated with.
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PHOTO: SEAN BAGSHAW/GETTY IMAGES On a sunny day this past October, three dozen people file into a modest, mint-green classroom at Montana State University (MSU) in Cited by: 4. DECADAL CLIMATE VARIABILITY: ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS IN AGRICULTURE AND WATER IN THE MISSOURI RIVER BASIN.
A Dissertation. MARIO ANDRES FERNANDEZ CADENA. Submitted to the Office of Graduate Studies of. Texas A&M University. in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of.
DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY. Chair of Committee, Bruce McCarl. Annual baseflow variations as influenced by climate variability and agricultural land use change in the Missouri River basin - Ahiablame, L., Sheshukov, A.Y., Rahmani, V., Moriasi, D.N.
Annual baseflow variations as influenced by climate variability and agricultural land use change in the Missouri River basin. Climate in the Missouri River Basin Information, Prediction, and Services Barbara Mayes Boustead NOAA/National Weather Service, Omaha/Valley, NE.
NIDIS Missouri River Basin Kickoff Meeting. Febru Nebraska City, NE.The framework is implemented within a stochastic programming model that simulates market activities and welfare changes under different probability distributions on DCV phase occurrence in the Missouri River Basin (MRB), the largest river basin in the : Mario Fernandez, Pei Huang, Bruce McCarl, Vikram Mehta.The two most important of these are the Old River Control Structure, which connects the Mississippi River to the Atchafalaya Basin Floodway, and the Bonnet Carré Spillway, which connects the Mississippi River to Lake Pontchartrain (Fig.
1, Fig. 12F, and 15). The Old River Control Structure (ORCS) was completed inthen reinforced and Cited by: