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Irrigated zones and water shortage scenarios for 2040 in the South Caucasus

The capacity of farmers to adapt to the impacts of climate change is low due to poorly managed irrigation and drainage systems, limited financial resources restricting the use of new technologies, inadequate support from and access to agricultural extension services, and poor access to weather and climate information. Thus the impacts of climate change on agriculture in the South Caucasus region may be severe (Ahouissoussi et al. 2014).

Year: 2015

From collection: Outlook on Climate Change Adaptation in the South Caucasus Mountains

Cartographer: GRID-Arendal/Manana Kurtubadze

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