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Sapkota, S., Paudel, M., Thakur, N., Nepali, M. and Neupane, R. (2011) Effect of Climate Change on Rice Production: A Case of Six VDCs in Jumla District, Nepal. Journal of Science and Technology, 11, 57-62.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Climate Change: Trends and People’s Perception in Nepal

    AUTHORS: Rohini P. Devkota

    KEYWORDS: Climate Change; Trends; People’s Perception

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Environmental Protection, Vol.5 No.4, March 18, 2014

    ABSTRACT: In the context of climate change, the frequency and intensity of extreme events such as floods and droughts will increase which could put tremendous challenges in water resources management in the coming days. While scientific knowledge on climate threats and changing climate patterns are essential, it is also important to consider the impacts in relation to how the threats are perceived and handled by local people. This paper intends to assess the trend and people’s perception on temperature and precipitation. Three focus groups’ discussion and a total number of 240 households were interviewed during field visit. The collected information was scaled from the least preferred-1 to the most preferred-5 based on their preferences. The trend of mean of annual average, maximum and minimum temperature indicates that the temperature has increased significantly and precipitation intensity and magnitude are also in increasing trend in the monsoon and postmonsoon seasons which may raise the extreme flood events. These facts were verified with the people’s perception. This finding could be useful for formulation of effective flood management policy and plan in this river basin as well as very applicable for other similar areas.