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Probability of Temperature Exceeding 31-45 ºC during Flowering of Rabi Sorghum Crop in India (i.e. Heat Stress)

  • File Name :
  • Maxt Range

  • Weather Data Owner :
  • Marksim generated data

  • Weather Data Collector :
  • Marksim generated data

  • Guide :
  • Dr.Vincent Vadez/ Dr.Jana Kholova

    • Processed Map Developed by :
    • Dharani Suresh

    • Marksim /Apsim :
    • Marksim weather generator

    • Crop :
    • Description :
    • The video shows the probability of temperature exceeding 31-45 ºC during flowering of rabi sorghum crop in India (i.e. heat stress), 50 years of meteorological information (maxT, minT, rainfall, solar radiation), each pixel was generated using Marksim software (the standard version (http://www.ccafs-climate.org/pattern_scaling/), using latitude, longitude and elevation as inputs.

    • File format :
    • avi

    • Info about variables :
    • Maximum Tº C (50 generated years)

    • Project Name :
    • Feed the Future Innovation Lab on Climate Resilient Sorghum

    • Project Description :
    • Part of the project deals with developing sorghum cultivar with improved resilience to future climatic conditions, in particular conditions with water limitation and high evaporative demand. The map represents the probability of encountering temperatures above a set threshold for seed set sensitivity of different crops in the target region (Mali for sorghum, India for sorghum, pearl millet, groundnut and chickpea) and during a period of the year when the concerned crop is expected to flower. The underlying assumption is that high temperature could have an effect on the reproductive biology. The maps are there to represent the probability of having temperature event that could negatively affect this stage.

    • Title :
    • Probability of Temperature Exceeding 31-45 ºC during Flowering of Rabi Sorghum Crop in India (i.e. Heat Stress)

    • Production Date :
    • 12-11-2013

    • Analysed Data Sources :
    • SACSA

    • Raw Data :
    • Attached in a folder

    • Analysed Data :
    • Attached in a folder

    • Macro File :
    • Attached in a folder

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