Special Issue "Advances in Sustainable Agriculture Progress under Climate Change"

A special issue of Water (ISSN 2073-4441). This special issue belongs to the section "Water, Agriculture and Aquaculture".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 December 2022 | Viewed by 455

Special Issue Editors

Dr. Pavol Nejedlík
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Guest Editor
Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia
Interests: climatology; agrometeorology; rainfall; drought; water footprint
Dr. Marco Napoli
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Guest Editor
Department of Agriculture, Food, Environment and Forestry (DAGRI) of University of Florence, Piazzale delle Cascine, 18, 50144 Firenze FI, Italy
Interests: agronomy; vegetable production; precision agriculture; plant nutrition; nutrient uptake; nutrient requirements; water requirements; evapotranspiration; water quality; irrigation; cropping system; soil fertility; soil hydrology; soil water erosion; remediation of polluted soil
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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

Along with the population growth and general aspiration to direct the alimentation to healthy dietary habits, there is a visible need for improving both the production and quality of food. Temperature rise and global shifts in rainfall patterns due to climate variation are bringing new climate conditions to all regions and posing several challenges for agriculture. The processes in agriculture production are highly sensitive to climate variability and climate changes and on the other hand, they also contribute to these changes. Food loss and waste, sustainable agriculture, and nutritional challenge are the measures that indicate the sustainability of food systems. Areas suitable to agriculture are already widely cultivated in almost all continents. New ecologically friendly cultural practices and innovation systems are already adopted in many countries for coping with risks and opportunities associated with climate variability and climate change. They are based on the assessment of the uncertainties around the climate drivers variation and their potential effect on both natural resources and food production demands. This Special Issue in the Water journal aims to show the progress addressing new technologies and strategies responding to the climate variability impacts on crop productivity, resource quality, and adaptation measures in the agricultural sector.

Dr. Pavol Nejedlík
Dr. Marco Napoli
Guest Editors

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Keywords

  • natural resources
  • crop yield
  • food sustainability parameters
  • climate change impacts
  • long-term food sustainability
  • adaptation to climate change
  • climate smart agriculture
  • sustainable agriculture
  • soil fertility conservation
  • climate-resilient agriculture
 

Published Papers

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