Adaptive capacity due to irrigation [potential irrigation days yr-1]

  • Title: Adaptive capacity due to irrigation [potential irrigation days yr-1]
  • Abstract:

    The adaptive capacity is defined as the number of potential irrigation day per year. A potential irrigation day is considered to be a day when the actual stream flow is above the environmental water requirement. The latter was estimated by calculating 80% of the 10-year average stream flow for each respective day (Hoekstra et al., 2011).
    Red indicates a decreasing number of potential irrigation days per year (decreasing adaptive capacity) and green indicates an increasing number of potential irrigation days per year (increasing adaptive capacity).

  • Publication Date: Oct. 2, 2014, midnight
  • Type: Vector Data
  • Keywords: Adaptive capacity, Plant growth days, Irrigation, Agriculture,
  • Category: environment
  • Owner: geonodeadm
  • Point of Contact: geonodeadm
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  • Language: English
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Attribute Name Range Average Median Standard Deviation
The_Geom NA
Subbasin NA 6491.50 6491.00 3747.58
Addpgdfacc NA -13.29 -9.90 15.61

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