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|Title:||Underground dams: contributing to climate change resilience of family based agro-ecosystems in the semi-arid region of northeastern Brazil.|
|Authors:||SILVA, M. S. L. da|
MARQUES, F. A.
RIBEIRO, C. A.
FERREIRA, G. B.
MELO, R. F. de
BARBOSA, A. G.
LIMA, A. de O.
OLIVEIRA NETO, M. B. de
ROCHA, W. J. S. da
PARAHYBA, R. da B. V.
WEBBER, D. C.
|Affiliation:||MARIA SONIA LOPES DA SILVA, CNPS; FLAVIO ADRIANO MARQUES, CNPS; CLÁUDIO ALMEIDA RIBEIRO, ARTICULAÇÃO SEMIÁRIDO BRASILEIRO; GIZELIA BARBOSA FERREIRA, IFPE; ROSELI FREIRE DE MELO, CPATSA; ANTÔNIO GOMES BARBOSA, ARTICULAÇÃO SEMIÁRIDO BRASILEIRO; ALEXANDRE DE OLIVEIRA LIMA, UERN; MANOEL BATISTA DE OLIVEIRA NETO, CNPS; WILTON JOSÉ SILVA DA ROCHA, SEMARH-AL; ROBERTO DA BOA VIAGEM PARAHYBA, CNPS; DANIEL CHAVES WEBBER, CNPS.|
|Citation:||In: SOTTA, E. D.; SAMPAIO, F. G.; MARZALL, K.; SILVA, W. G. da (ed.). Adapting to climate change: strategies for brazilian agricultural and livestock systems. Brasília, DF: Mapa, 2021. p. 88-89.|
|Description:||The Brazilian semi-arid region in the Caatinga Biome is considered one of the most vulnerable to climatic variations due to irregular rainfall, water deficiency, low capacity for adaptation and the poverty of the population. Currently, there is a set of social water technologies for capturing and storing rainwater in order to make the most of it, which has been used throughout the Brazilian semiarid by public policy programs. The underground dam is one of these technologies and, due to its importance for families, it is the subject of research developed by Embrapa and partners, aiming to contribute to family-based farmers resilience to the challenging weather of the Brazilian Northeast Semiarid.|
|NAL Thesaurus:||Dams (hydrology)|
|Type of Material:||Parte de livro|
|Appears in Collections:||Outras publicações (CNPS)|
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