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PREFACE ix ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xi L. AMADORE, W. C. BOLHOFER, R. V. CRUZ, R. B. FEIR, C. A. FREYSINGER, S. GUILL, okay. F. JALAL, A IGLESIAS, A. JOSE, S. LEATHERMAN, S. LENHART, S. MUKHER JEE, J. B. SMITH, and J. WISNIEWSKII weather switch Vulnerability and Adap tion in Asia and the Pacific: Workshop precis 1-12 A. IGLESIAS, LlN ERDA, and C. ROSENZWEIG I weather switch in Asia: A assessment of the Vulnerability and Adaption of Crop creation 13-27 I. AMIEN, P. REJEKININGRUM, A. PRAMUDIA, and E. SUSANTII results of Interannual weather Variability and weather switch on Rice Yield in Java, Indonesia 29-39 R. D. BUAN, AR. MAGLlNAO, P. P. EVANGELISTA, and B. G. PAJUELAS I Vulnerability of Rice and Corn to weather swap within the Philippines 41-51 Z. KARIM, S. G. HUSSAIN, and M. AHMED I Assessing affects of Climatic diversifications on Foodgrain creation in Bangladesh 53-62 LlN ERDA I Agricultural Vulnerability and version to international Warming in China 63-73 WANG JINGHUA and LlN ERDA I The affects of strength weather swap and weather Variability on Simulated Maize construction in China 75-85 M. A. WIJERATNE I Vulnerability of Sri Lanka Tea creation to international weather swap 87-94 B. BOLORTSETSEG and G. TUVAANSUREN I the aptitude affects of weather switch on Pasture and livestock creation in Mongolia 95-105 ok. BOONPRAGOB and J. SANTISIRISOMBOON I Modeling strength adjustments of woodland sector in Thailand less than weather swap 107-117 okay. 1. KOBAK, I. YE. TURCHINOVICH, N. YU. KONDRASHEVA, E. -D. SCHULZE, W.
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In press) • identify, develop, and validate adaptation options to address the impact of climate change on rice and com production. This paper presents research conducted to identify general circulation models (GCMs) and to assess the vulnerabi1ity of rice and com production to climate change. 3 AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION IN THE PHILIPPINES Agricultural production in the Philippines is traditionally concentrated on a few main crops. Rice and com are the major food crops. Coconut and sugarcane are the major commercial crops thatconstituteimportantexport commodities (NSCB, 1992).
81-147. : 1972, Meteorol. Klimatol. Gidrol. Mezhved. Nauchn. Sb. 8, 83: also published inField CropAbstr. 26, 432,1973. TsunodaK: 1964, Bull. NatZ. Agric. A 11,75. : 1994, ConsIructing climate scenarios: The practice, in: Climate ImpactAssessmentMethodsfor Asia and thePacific, JackmanAJ. andPittock AB. (eds), AIDAB, Canberra, Australia, pp. 21-27. : 1976, Carbon dioxide and yield of rice, in: Proc. Symposium on Rice and Climate, IRRI, Los Banos, The Philippines, pp. 211-221. D. BUAN,l AR. P. G.
1994, ConsIructing climate scenarios: The practice, in: Climate ImpactAssessmentMethodsfor Asia and thePacific, JackmanAJ. andPittock AB. (eds), AIDAB, Canberra, Australia, pp. 21-27. : 1976, Carbon dioxide and yield of rice, in: Proc. Symposium on Rice and Climate, IRRI, Los Banos, The Philippines, pp. 211-221. D. BUAN,l AR. P. G. PAnJELAS 1 Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) 1424 QuezonAvenue, Quezon City, Philippines Philippine Council for Agriculture, Forestry and Natural Resources Research and Development (pCARRD) Los Banos, Laguna, Philippines 3 Bureau ofSoils and Water Management (BSWM) Elliptical Road, Quezon City, Philippines 1 2 Abstract.