Appendix H: Maps of location and climate change Impacts in study areas.
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Average Maximum and Minimum Temperature: Kharif season temperature for the A2 scenario will be in the order of 3.3[degrees]C throughout the 5 districts. In the B2 scenario the increase in maximum temperature will vary in the narrow range of 2.3[degrees]C to 2.4[degrees]C. Similarly, the kharif season minimum temperature increases would be in the order of 3.4 [degrees]C to 3.5[degrees]C in A2 and of 2.5[degrees]C to 2.6[degrees]C in B2. Due to this uniformity in changes, no map was produced.
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|Title Annotation:||Climate Change Impacts in Drought and Flood Affected Areas: Case Studies in India|
|Publication:||Climate Change Impacts In Drought and Flood Affected Areas: Case Studies In India|
|Date:||Jun 1, 2008|
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