Status of climate change/variability studies and potential impacts of climate change/variability on national and regional agriculture, rangelands, forestry and fisheries in RA-II region by H. P. Das Division of Agricultural Meteorology India Meteorological Department
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H. P. Das
Division of Agricultural Meteorology
India Meteorological Department
The following are the major risks in Asia apprehended from climate change:
There is some evidence of increase in the intensity or frequency of some of extreme weather events like heat waves, extratropical and tropical cyclones, prolonged dry spells, intense rainfall, tornadoes, snow avalanches, thunder storms, dust storms etc on regional scales in widely separated areas of Asia throughout the 20th century.
Arid and Semi-arid Asia
Possible changes in area-averaged surface air temperature over Asia and its sub-regions as a result of future increases in greenhouse gases. Numbers in parenthesis are area-averaged changes when direct effects of sulphate aerosols are included.
Yield impact of selected climate change studies for rice in Tropical Asia.
Increase in yield (%) of different cultivars under modified climate of northwest India
S-I :current climates
S-II: Tmax + 1.00C, Tmin+1.50C, 2 x CO2
S-III: Tmax + 2.00C, Tmin+2.50C, 2 x CO2
Possible impacts due to different climate scenarios in 2050s (billion Yuan)
Impact on boreal forests
Impact on temperate forests
Impact on tropical forests
Impact on Arid and Semi-Arid rangeland