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Publications


On climate services:

WMO 2019 State of climate services - Agriculture and food security (2019)
This report with contributions from FAO reviews countries’ priorities on climate services for adaptation in agriculture, and identifies priority capacity needs and gaps.


On ASIS:

Understanding the drought impact of El Niño on the global agricultural areas: An assessment using FAO’s Agricultural Stress Index (ASI) (2014)
The objective of this study is to enhance our understanding of the El Niño phenomenon using FAO’s Agricultural Stress Index System (ASIS). 

 

 

 

 

Protocol for Country-Level ASIS calibration and national adaptation process (2015)
This publication provides an overview on Country-Level ASIS and the steps necessary for its successful implementation.

 

 

 

 

Characterization of the agricultural drought prone areas at global scale - Using the FAO Agricultural Stress Index System (ASIS) to enhance the understanding of, and boost resilience to, water stress conditions in drought-prone areas (2016)
The study generated records for subnational administrative units worldwide, whereby past drought events were defined by severity and rate of recurrence, combined with environmental, agricultural and socio-economic indicators. 

 

 

Manual de usuario - Sistema del índice de sequía agrícola/ASIS país - Módulo I - Preparación de datos geográficos para ASIS país (2018) (Spanish only)

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Manual de usuario - Sistema del índice de sequía agrícola/ASIS país - Módulo II ejecución de la herramienta ASIS país (2018) (Spanish only)These manuals are part of a series of documents that provide technical experts the information necessary to use the Country-ASIS tool at the regional or national level.

 

 

 

 


On MOSAICC:

Assessing biomass and wood-productivity under Climate Change at national scale: the new forestry component of MOSAICC (2005)
This factsheet gives an overview on MOSAICC's Forestry component as a capacity development tool for assessing Climate Change impacts on forest at national level by national experts (ministries, universities, research institutions).

 

 

The FAO modelling system for agricultural impacts of climate change to support decision-making in adaptation (2011)
Abstract of the presentation given at the 14th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis

 

 

MOSAICC - A modelling system for the assessment of agricultural impacts of climate change (2015)
This brochure was created in the context of the implementation of the first climate impact assessment studies using the MOSAICC system in Morocco, the Philippines and Peru.



Assessing the impacts of climate change on the agriculture sectors in Malawi The MOSAICC methodology for national adaptation planning (2020)
The report brings together lessons learned from Malawi’s experience implementing MOSAICC in the framework of its ongoing National Adaptation Plan.

 

 



Evaluación de los impactos del cambio climático en la agricultura en Paraguay (Spanish) (2020) 
The report analyses the results of applying the MOSAICC approach in Paraguay, and it was supported by the project “Analysis and Mapping of Impacts under Climate Change for Adaptation and Food Security” (AMICAF).




Analysis and Mapping of Impacts under Climate Change for Adaptation and Food Security (AMICAF) project in Paraguay (2020)
This policy brief summarizes the results of the project “Analysis and Mapping of Impacts under Climate Change for Adaptation and Food Security” (AMICAF) in Paraguay, relevant for policymakers. The summary formulates specific policy recommendations regarding the fields covered by the project: adaptation to climate change in agriculture, water resources and economy, as well as data collection, national programs and research.  


Evaluación de los impactos del cambio climático en la agricultura en Uruguay (Spanish) (2020) 
This report analyses the results of applying the MOSAICC methodology in Uruguay, and was supported by the project Integrating Agriculture in National Adaptation Plans (NAP-Ag) programme.