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PREFACE ix ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xi L. AMADORE, W. C. BOLHOFER, R. V. CRUZ, R. B. FEIR, C. A. FREYSINGER, S. GUILL, ok. F. JALAL, A IGLESIAS, A. JOSE, S. LEATHERMAN, S. LENHART, S. MUKHER JEE, J. B. SMITH, and J. WISNIEWSKII weather switch Vulnerability and Adap tion in Asia and the Pacific: Workshop precis 1-12 A. IGLESIAS, LlN ERDA, and C. ROSENZWEIG I weather switch in Asia: A overview of the Vulnerability and Adaption of Crop construction 13-27 I. AMIEN, P. REJEKININGRUM, A. PRAMUDIA, and E. SUSANTII results of Interannual weather Variability and weather swap on Rice Yield in Java, Indonesia 29-39 R. D. BUAN, AR. MAGLlNAO, P. P. EVANGELISTA, and B. G. PAJUELAS I Vulnerability of Rice and Corn to weather switch within the Philippines 41-51 Z. KARIM, S. G. HUSSAIN, and M. AHMED I Assessing affects of Climatic adaptations on Foodgrain construction in Bangladesh 53-62 LlN ERDA I Agricultural Vulnerability and variation to international Warming in China 63-73 WANG JINGHUA and LlN ERDA I The affects of power weather swap and weather Variability on Simulated Maize construction in China 75-85 M. A. WIJERATNE I Vulnerability of Sri Lanka Tea construction to worldwide weather switch 87-94 B. BOLORTSETSEG and G. TUVAANSUREN I the capability affects of weather swap on Pasture and livestock construction in Mongolia 95-105 ok. BOONPRAGOB and J. SANTISIRISOMBOON I Modeling capability alterations of wooded area quarter in Thailand less than weather switch 107-117 okay. 1. KOBAK, I. YE. TURCHINOVICH, N. YU. KONDRASHEVA, E. -D. SCHULZE, W.
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First, the temperature increase seems to be higher than predicted by other models and the changes that have been observed in the past. Second, the rice growth model underpredicts the experimental yiclds. The yield decline in EI Nifio years is far greater than the threat of yield decrease by possible climate change. EI Nifio events also have become more frequent in recent years. 18 x 10 5 ha, mostly in Java (Dirjen, 1995). Simulatingthe rice growthin the dryyears using rainfed conditions does not really represent actual conditions in the field.
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