Global Advanced Research Journal of Physical and Applied Sciences (GARJPAS)

November 2012 Vol. 1(1), pp. 032-038
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Agroclimatological regionalization: A case study

Zulfequar Ahmad Khan

Department of Geography and Environmental Study, Arba Minch University, Arba Minch, Ethiopia.

21-B, Lane No.-3, Zakir Nagar, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi-110025 India.

E-mail: zulfequarkhan2006@yahoo.co.in; Mobile No.: +251923934234 and Mobile No.: +91 9718502867

Accepted 16 October, 2012

Abstract

There are different types of cropping patterns in the different parts of the world. Possibilistic approach states that with the help of modern technology, any crop can be cultivated any where in the world irrespective of favorable or adverse climatic conditions. However, for economic reasons, crops are cultivated at places where they can give maximum returns. The objective is to develop a GIS base system of classification of climate at micro level and to determined suitable cropping practices to realize full potential of climatic resources without causing stress on environment. The work has been carried out with the help of GIS (ARC INFO) by considering the natural condition. It is done to avoid the environmental deterioration, which ultimately affect upon the crop production and crop yield. In this case harness maximum yield as well as gross production as compared to existing one without disturbing the environment, which is the most needed part of the ongoing sustainable agriculture.

Keywords: GIS (ARC/INFO); Environment; Agro-climatology; Cropping Pattern; Crop yield.

 

 

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