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Modeling Regional Alternative Management Scenarios With Future Climatic Change Influence Accounting

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The methodology of construction of the alternative agricultural production scenarios at regional level includes profitability and feasibility analysis based on assessment the effect of global climate change on productivity parameters for the main agricultural crops, cost efficiency of crop growing and cattle breeding. To propose links between economic adaptation to climate change and carbon (organic C) stock management in agricultural ecosystems for use in developing long-term adoption strategies at regional level, the regional economic-mathematical model was elaborated. It allows us to unify soil C driving variables and human environment factors.

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  • Romanenko, Irina, 2008. "Modeling Regional Alternative Management Scenarios With Future Climatic Change Influence Accounting," 107th Seminar, January 30-February 1, 2008, Sevilla, Spain 6669, European Association of Agricultural Economists.
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