APCC guidance questions and our replies related to handling seasonal climate predictions with farmers

C.J. Stigter, Y.T. Winarto

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Abstract

APEC, the Asian-Pacific Economic Cooperation, held its 2012 APEC Climate Symposium, where we were invited to present the opening keynote lecture “COPING WITH CLIMATE CHANGE: AN ACTIVE AGROMETEOROLOGICAL LEARNING APPROACH TO RESPONSE FARMING” (Stigter and Winarto, 2012a). APCC, the APEC Climate Centre in Korea, that organized this meeting in St. Petersburg, had sent some guiding questions to the invited speakers. Although the replies were not explicitly used, but some were implicitly covered in the presented papers (APCC, 2012), we feel that our explicit answers to these questions would be of some value to people that want to handle seasonal climate predictions with farmers. APCC gave permission to use these questions and our answers on the INSAM website.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2012
EventAsian Pacific Climate Symposium 2012 (October, St. Petersburg) -
Duration: 8 Oct 201211 Oct 2012

Conference

ConferenceAsian Pacific Climate Symposium 2012 (October, St. Petersburg)
Period8/10/1211/10/12

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