Adapting To Climate Uncertainty In African Agriculture. Narratives And Knowledge Politic
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Future climatic and agro-ecological changes in Africa are uncertain and associated with high degrees of spatial and temporal variability and this change is differently simulated within divergent climate-crop models and in controlled crop breeding stations. Furthermore, uncertainty emerges in local contexts, not just in response to climatic systems, but to social, economic, and political systems, and often with implications for the appropriateness and adoption of technologies or the success of alternative cropping systems.
CitationWhitfield. S. (2016) Adapting To Climate Uncertainty In African Agriculture. Narratives And Knowledge Politic, Routledge
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