A Tri-dimensional Approach to Climate Sciences
Alfaro Martínez, Eric J.
Hidalgo León, Hugo G.
Maldonado Mora, Tito José
Pérez Briceño, Paula Marcela
Mora Sandí, Natalie P.
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Climate variability on seasonal and inter-annual time scales, as manifested through years of flood versus drought conditions, represent a significant challenge for Central America. A good or bad rainfall season impacts both infrastructure and the performance of key economic sectors on which the region’s development is premised, for example, agriculture, hydropower and tourism. Climate variability also impacts the annual performance of the region’s economies and represents a significant threat to both livelihoods and quality of life in Central America.
Enlace externo al ítem10.1080/00086495.2018.1435333
- Meteorología