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Impact assessment and adaptation to climate change of plantations in Sri Lanka

Lareef M. Zubair; James W. Hansen; Zeenas Yahiya; Manjula Siriwardhana; Janaki Chandimala; Siraj Razick; Upamala Tennakoon; Kusalika Ariyaratne; Irugal Bandara; Thusitha Abeyratne; Heli Bulathsinhala; T. D. M. A. Samuel

Title:
Impact assessment and adaptation to climate change of plantations in Sri Lanka
Author(s):
Zubair, Lareef M.
Hansen, James W.
Yahiya, Zeenas
Siriwardhana, Manjula
Chandimala, Janaki
Razick, Siraj
Tennakoon, Upamala
Ariyaratne, Kusalika
Bandara, Irugal
Abeyratne, Thusitha
Bulathsinhala, Heli
Samuel, T. D. M. A.
Date:
Type:
Technical reports
Department:
International Research Institute for Climate and Society
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Series:
IRI Technical Report
Part Number:
10-06
Publisher:
International Research Institute for Climate and Society, Earth Institute at Columbia University
Publisher Location:
Palisades, N.Y.
Abstract:
This report documents the work undertaken by the IRI, FECT, NRMS and University of Peradeniya as part of the overall project. Separate reports were prepared by the Tea Research Institute, Coconut Research Institute and the Department of Meteorology in Sri Lanka. The work at IRI, FECT and NRMS has proceeded satisfactorily. The work was in the domain of climate and climate change, crop-climate impact analysis and contributions to synthesis. We have contributed significantly in terms of research output and in capacity building, which were the goals of the AIACC project.
Subject(s):
Environmental science
Climate change
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Suggested Citation:
Lareef M. Zubair, James W. Hansen, Zeenas Yahiya, Manjula Siriwardhana, Janaki Chandimala, Siraj Razick, Upamala Tennakoon, Kusalika Ariyaratne, Irugal Bandara, Thusitha Abeyratne, Heli Bulathsinhala, T. D. M. A. Samuel, 2010, Impact assessment and adaptation to climate change of plantations in Sri Lanka, Columbia University Academic Commons, http://hdl.handle.net/10022/AC:P:10130.

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