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Navigating climate change in southern India: A study on dynamic dry-wet patterns and urgent policy interventions

This study investigates the evolving dry-wet climate patterns in southern India during 2020–2023, focusing on the impact of climate change. Key findings reveal consistently higher post-monsoon aridity indices compared to the monsoon season, exceeding 0.65 and raising concerns about potential flash floods. To address these challenges, the study recommends urgent policy interventions, emphasizing water conservation through initiatives like farm pond construction. Tailored policies are crucial to shield farmers and dairy producers from economic fallout, with an emphasis on integrating indigenous knowledge for effective climate change adaptation.
Author:

Gautam, Sneha; Shany V, Jasmin

Language: English
Published By: Geosystems and Geoenvironment
Published date: 2024

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