Conservation Agriculture in West Asia

Published Date
February 07, 2022
Type
Book Chapter
Conservation Agriculture in West Asia
Authors:
Isam Bashour
Roula Bachour, Nicolas Haddad, Razan Dbaibo, Kassem Jouni, Faten Adada, Yahya Shakhatreh, Yahya Bani-Kalaf, Abedaraheem Bawaliz, Iyad Musallam, Faddel Ismail, Mahmud Huwaian, Nabeel Bani Hani, Mina Devkota Wasti, Atef Haddad, Yaser Musa, Rabe'a Mahmoud Alhayek, Abdulsattar A. Alrijabo, Irfan Gultekin, Mohammad Esmaeil Asadi, Amir Kassam

irregular rainfall mainly during the winter season. The average rainfall in the
region is around 500 mm, but most of the cropped lands may receive rainfall
in the range of 300–900 mm, varying from year to year, with rainfall distribution
also varying considerably within years. Climate change is predicted to cause
a reduction in rainfall and an increase in temperature, which will exacerbate
the existing water shortages in the region.

Citation:
Isam Bashour, Roula Bachour, Nicolas Haddad, Razan Dbaibo, Kassem Jouni, Faten Adada, Yahya Shakhatreh, Yahya Bani-Kalaf, Abedaraheem Bawaliz, Iyad Musallam, Faddel Ismail, Mahmud Huwaian, Nabeel Bani Hani, Mina Devkota Wasti, Atef Haddad, Yaser Musa, Rabe'a Alhayek, Abdulsattar A. Alrijabo, Irfan Gultekin, Mohammad Esmaeil Asadi, Amir Kassam. (7/2/2022). Conservation Agriculture in West Asia, in "Advances in Conservation Agriculture Volume 3: Adoption and Spread". United Kingdom: Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing.
Keywords:
west asia
conservation agriculture