Scoping assessment of knowledge needs in climate change adaptation in China

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The goal of this review is to identify ways to strengthen the links between scientific and technical knowledge with action on climate change adaptation. The study focuses on the impacts of climate change on agriculture and rural development, the two sectors thought to be most vulnerable. It draws on a literature review for context, but employs case study research as its main methodology.

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Lailai Li; Xiaojing Fei; Jiayi Xu & Huw Slater 2012.

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The goal of this review is to identify ways to strengthen the links between scientific and technical knowledge with action on climate change adaptation. The study focuses on the impacts of climate change on agriculture and rural development, the two sectors thought to be most vulnerable. It draws on a literature review for context, but employs case study research as its main methodology.

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.28p.:col.ill

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Lailai Li; Xiaojing Fei; Jiayi Xu & Huw Slater. Scoping assessment of knowledge needs in climate change adaptation in China, text, 2012; (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc501469/: accessed July 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .