Is Indian agriculture becoming resilient to droughts? Evidence from rice production systems
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- Francisco Pereira Fontes, Ashley Gorst, Charles Palmer, 2017. "Does choice of drought index influence estimates of drought-induced cereal losses in India?," GRI Working Papers 274, Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment.
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KeywordsDrought; Rice; Irrigation; Varieties; India;
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