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- Villamar, Cristina-Alejandra; Vera-Puerto, Ismael; Rivera, Diego; De la Hoz, Felipe
- Water 2018 v.10 no.6
- animal density, etc ; climate change; feeds; food crops; forests; grain crops; grasslands; irrigated farming; issues and policy; livestock; livestock production; long term effects; municipal wastewater; non-food crops; nutrients; physicochemical properties; wastewater treatment; water reuse; water shortages; Chile; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... Chile is an agricultural power, but also one of the most vulnerable countries to climate change and water shortage. About 50% of the irrigated agriculture land in Chile is in the central zone, thanks to its agricultural-climatic characteristics that provide an adequate water supply (100–4000 m3/s). However, the vulnerability scenario in this zone is high due to the seasonal availability of w ...