Célia Gouveia (IPMA) - Impacts of extremes on vegetation dynamics and crops


Célia Gouveia presents about heatwave and drought impacts on crops and vegetation.


The frequency and intensity of extreme hot and dry events have increased worldwide, particularly over the past couple of decades. The interaction between co-occurring drought and hot conditions is often particularly damaging to vegetation and crop's health and may cause crop failure. This lecture will provide insights on the impacts of compounded and separated dry and hot extremes on vegetation activity, and crop production and yield. Examples of the detection, monitoring and evaluation of such impacts using remote sensing products will be shown.


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