Climate Analogues


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  5. Sanderson, T., Hertzler, G., Capon, T., & Hayman, P. (2015) A real options analysis of Australian wheat production under climate change. Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics.
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  3. Beniston, M. (2014) European isotherms move northwards by up to 15 km year− 1: using climate analogues for awareness‐raising. International Journal of Climatology, 34(6), 1838-1844.
  4. Garcia-Alonso, M., Hendley, P., Bigler, F., Mayeregger, E., Parker, R., Rubinstein, C., … & McLean, M. A. (2014) Transportability of confined field trial data for environmental risk assessment of genetically engineered plants: a conceptual framework. Transgenic research, 23(6), 1025-1041.
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  9. Collet, L. (2014) Prediction of the impact of climate change on coffee and mango growing areas in Haiti.
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  1. Dwivedi, S. L., Sahrawat, K., Upadhyaya, H., & Ortiz, R. (2013) Food, nutrition and agrobiodiversity under global climate change. Adv Agron, 120, 1-128.
  2. Grenier, P., Parent, A. C., Huard, D., Anctil, F., & Chaumont, D. (2013) An assessment of six dissimilarity metrics for climate analogs. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 52(4), 733-752.
  3. O’Har, J. P. (2013) Transportation asset management and climate change: an adaptive risk-oriented approach.
  4. Eitzinger, A., Läderach, P., Carmona, S., Navarro, C., & Collet, L. (2013) Prediction of the impact of climate change on coffee and mango growing areas in Haiti. Full Technical Report. Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical (CIAT), Cali, Colombia.


  1. Luedeling, E. (2012) Climate change impacts on winter chill for temperate fruit and nut production: a review. Scientia Horticulturae, 144, 218-229.
  2. Aggarwal, P., Joshi, P., Campbell, B., Vermeulen, S., & Kristjanson, P. (2012) Adapting South Asian Agriculture to Changing Climate and Declining Land Resources. In Symposium on Food Security in Asia and the Pacific: Key Policy Issues and Options. University of British Columbia, Vancouver (pp. 17-18).