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INFLUENCE OF ROOTSTOCK ON THE RESPONSE OF HASS AVOCADO TREES TO FLOODING STRESS
(INT SOC HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE, 2011)
In Chile, commercial avocado production has expanded to areas with poorly-drained soils that are low in oxygen. In these soils, improper irrigation design or management can limit fruit production and quality due to flooding ...
Projections of Potential Flood Regime Changes in California
Floods have been a recurring theme in California’s climatology, hydrology, and politics throughout its history. Today, California's aging water supply and flood protection infrastructures are challenged by major floods ...
Dendrochronological contrast of flood-caused growth differences among four urban ecosystem tree species in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
(Zamorano: Escuela Agricola Panamericana, 2016, 2016)
Sobre inundaciones y anegamientos.
(Universidad de Chile; Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo., 2006)
Respecto a anegamientos e inundaciones, el autor realiza algunas precisiones conceptuales que afectan la gestión de acciones preventivas, la planificación y el ordenamiento territorial; además se ofrece una sistematización ...
MODELS FOR SPATIALIZATION AND FORECASTING OF FLOODED AREAS IN THE SÃO SEBASTIÃO DO CAÍ URBAN ZONE, RIO GRANDE DO SUL STATE, BRAZIL
(Instituto de Geociências /Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, 2011)
Food system vulnerability amidst the extreme 2010-2011 flooding in the Peruvian Amazon: a case study from the Ucayali region
Projections of climate change indicate an increase in the frequency and intensity of climatic hazards such as flooding and droughts, increasing the importance of understanding community vulnerability to extreme hydrological ...
The important role of historical flood data in the estimation of spillway design floods.
(PEKIN, S.E., 1974. 15P., 2015)
Global projections of river flood risk in a warmer world
(John Wiley & Sons Inc, 2017-02)
Rising global temperature has put increasing pressure on understanding the linkage between atmospheric warming and the occurrence of natural hazards. While the Paris Agreement has set the ambitious target to limiting global ...
Time is on our side: The importance of considering a recovery period when assessing flooding tolerance in plants
(Springer Tokyo, 2012-09)
There is wide consensus about the significance of monitoring plant responses during flooding when evaluating specific tolerance. Nonetheless, plant recovery once water recedes has often been overlooked. This note highlights ...
Ability to recover overrides the negative effects of flooding on growth of tropical grasses Chloris gayana and Panicum coloratum
(Csiro Publishing, 2015-01)
This study assessed the flooding tolerance of the tropical grasses Chloris gayana Kunth and Panicum coloratum L. at different times of the year: (i) late winter flooding for 50 days (WF), (ii) early spring flooding (SF) ...