Workshop on Impacts of Global Climate Change on Agriculture and Livestock

The São Paulo Research Foundation, FAPESP, through the FAPESP Research Program on Global Climate Change invites to the

Workshop on Impacts of Global Climate Change on Agriculture and Livestock

The symposium aims to exchange knowledge and experiences on research in the field of impacts of global change on agriculture and livestock.

Topics such as the impacts of climate change on crop and food production in Brazil and around the world will be discussed. It will also include the discussion of results of research conducted to assess the impact of future climate change in crops such as soybeans, corn, coffee, sugarcane and forages. The impacts of land use change on the dynamics of soil microbial diversity, the carbon cycle and on soil carbon stock will also be presented.

May 27th - 2014
08h30 am - 06h00 pm

Registration: www.fapesp.br/eventos/wsimpactsregistration

This event will be held in english with simultaneous translation to portuguese

Free event/limited spaces

Information: (11) 3838-4362  |  vera@fapesp.br

Parking suggestion: Pio Park – Rua Pio XI, 1320 | Tonimar – Rua Jorge Americano, 89 


May 27, 2014

08:30 am

Welcome coffee and registration

09:00 am

Opening ceremony

09:20 am

Climate impacts on agriculture: Implications for crop production.
Jerry Hatfield
(United States Department of Agriculture, USA) PDF

09:50 am

Molecular, biochemical, physiological and agronomic responses of soybean to climate change.
Lisa Ainsworth (USDA, ARS - UIUC, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, USA) PDF

10:20 am

Physiological and growth maize to climate change.
Carl Bernacchi 
(USDA, ARS - UIUC, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, USA) PDF

10:50 am

Coffee Break

11:10 am

Carbon Cycle Impacts of Agriculture: Emphasis on changes in soil.
Roser Matamala (Argonne National Laboratory, Chicago, USA) PDF

11:40 am

Impact of land use change in the tropics on the dynamics of microbial diversity, composition and distribution.
Sui Mui Tsai
(CENA/USP, Center for Nuclear Energy in Agriculture/University of São Paulo, Piracicaba, Brazil) PDF

12:10 am

Questions and commentaries

12:30 am

Lunch (restaurants around FAPESP)

02:00 pm

Global warming and the new geography of the Brazilian agriculture production – III.
Hilton Silveira Pinto
(UNICAMP, University of Campinas, Brazil) PDF

02:30 pm

Impact of increased atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration of and water availability on coffee agroecosystem under FACE - First results.
Raquel Ghini
(EMBRAPA, Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation, Jaguariúna, Brazil)  PDF
Emerson Alves da Silva (IBot, Instituto de Botânica de São Paulo, Brazil) PDF

03:00 pm

Impact of management practices in the gas emission of sugarcane areas of São Paulo state, in Brazil.
Newton La Scala Jr (UNESP, The Universidade Estadual Paulista, SP, Brazil) PDF

03:30 pm

Coffee Break

03:50 pm

Soil carbon stock and land use change for sugarcane cultivation in Brasil.
Carlos Cerri (CENA/USP, Center for Nuclear Energy in Agriculture/University of Sao Paulo, Piracicaba, Brazil) PDF

04:20 pm

Physiological and agronomic responses of tropical forages to climate change: First results of Trop T-FACE experiment.
Carlos Martinez (USP, University of São Paulo, Ribeirão Preto, Brazil) PDF

04:50 pm

Questions and Commentaries

05:00 pm

Roundtable and Closing Remarks: Challenges from the past to the future

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