چشم انداز آب مجازی گیاهان عمده زراعی تحت سناریوهای واداشت تابشی تغییر اقلیم (مطالعه موردی استان کرمان)

نوع مقاله : مقاله پژوهشی

نویسندگان

1 دانش اموخته هواشناسی کشاورزی دانشگاه تهران

2 دانشگاه تهران

چکیده

تحقیق حاضر، با هدف بررسی اثرات تغییر اقلیم بر آب مجازی گیاهان گندم، جو، ذرت، سیب‌زمینی و گوجه‌فرنگی در سه شهرستان کرمان، بم و جیرفت در جنوب ایران تحت دو سناریوی واداشت تابشی اجرا شد. میزان آب مجازی به دست آمده برای همه گیاهان مورد مطالعه روند افزایشی دارد اما این افزایش برای جو و گندم به‌طور متوسط در دوره آینده 2100-2018 تحت هر دو سناریو افزایش بیشتری از خود نشان می‌دهد. همچنین به‌طور متوسط کمترین میزان آب مجازی مربوط به گوجه‌فرنگی می‌باشد.  در منطقه بم بیشترین میزان آب مجازی تحت سناریو RCP4.5 و RCP8.5 برای دوره 2069-2040 مربوط به گیاه جو به میزان 08/4853 و 15/5153 مترمکعب بر تن، در جیرفت بیشترین آب میزان مجازی تحت سناریو RCP4.5 مربوط به گندم برای دوره 2069-2040 برابر با 4984مترمکعب بر تن و تحت سناریو RCP8.5 بیشترین مقدار مربوط به جو در دوره 2069-2040 می باشد. در کرمان بیشترین آب مجازی تحت سناریو RCP4.5 مربوط به گندم در دوره 2069-2040 برابر با 4637 و تحت سناریو RCP4.5 بیشترین میزان پیش نگری شده متعلق به گیاه جو برابر با 1/4256 مترمکعب بر تن در دوره 2069-2040تعیین شد. تدقیق برآوردهای نیاز آبی و مطالعه آب مجازی گیاهان راهبردی در سایر مناطق کشور تحت سناریوهای جدید تغییر اقلیم برای  ارائه الگوی کشت مناسب و افزایش بهره وری آب توصیه می شود

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عنوان مقاله [English]

Projected impacts of climate change on major crops’ virtual water under RCP scenarios (Case of Kerman Province)

نویسندگان [English]

  • Mojdeh Mohammadrezaei 1
  • NOZAR GHAHREMAN 2
1 MSc Graduate, University of Tehran
2 University of tehran
چکیده [English]

 
The study of climate change effects on crop growth and irrigation water requirement is crucial in maintaining food security. As a direct consequence of warmer temperatures, the hydrologic cycle will undergo significant impact with accompanying changes in the rates of precipitation and evaporation. Water scarcity and climate change pose a big threat for Iran’s food security. Climate change is projected to increase temperatures, spatio-temporal variability in rainfall pattern, and water stresses to crops. Due to the significant role of water in crop yield, inadequate soil water in crop producing regions can result in substantial yield drops. Agriculture, which accounts for 80 percent of freshwater consumption worldwide and the researchers, examined trade through the lens of what they call “virtual water” — a measure of how much water goes into the production of a bushel or a kilogram of a given crop. Upon release of new scenarios based on Radiative Forcing which are known as Representative Concentration Pathway scenarios (RCP scenarios), by Intergovernmental panel on climate change (IPCC) in fifth assessment report (AR5), a new set of 42 global climate models (GCMs) have been proposed for future climate projections
The current study was aimed to investigate the possible impacts of climate change effects on evapotranspiration and virtual water of several major crops of Wheat, barley, potato and tomato in there region in Kerman province, south of Iran.
 
Material and Methods
Study consists two sections. In part one for climate change detection, trend analysis of temperature, rainfall and evapotranspiration variables were performed using Mann-Kendall and Sen’s slope estimator test in three study stations namely Bam, Jiroft, Kerman during three future periods (i.e. 2018-2039,2040- 2069, 2070-2100). In second part, for projection of virtual water of selected crops under RCP4.5 and RCP8.5 climate change scenarios (IPCC Fifth Assessment Report) during period of 2018-2100 in three study stations, crop evapotranspiration were worked out using downscaled outputs of CNRM-C5 climate model.The first step in impact assessment studies is selecting suitable climate models from those recommended by IPCC for obtaining required climatic data under certain scenarios. The results of uncertainty analysis performed in previous studies by authors were used choosing different models of CMIP5 project which are approved in fifth assessment report (AR5) . Also crops yield were simulated using Aqua Crop model. By choosing new date of sowing, temperature, rainfall and evapotranspiration during projected growing season were determined. Based on the maximum simulated yield for the study crops, the optimum date of sowing for future periods were chosen. Finally the crops virtual water (evapotranspiration divided by yield) was calculated.
 
Results and Discussion
The results of study showed that the air temperature, in all month in study stations, would increase comparing to baseline period 1990-2017, such that in three study stations under RCP 8.5 scenario the air temperature will increase 0.66,0.77,0.68 ◦C, respectively. Similarly under RCP 4.5 scenario, the corresponding values are 0.42, 027, 0.45 ◦C. The Maize crop yield would decrease in all three stations (with highest decrease in Jiroft station with 52 and 56 percents under RCP 4.5 and RCP 8.5  in 2018-2039 period comparing to baseline period, respectively.) The virtual water of all selected crops is projected to increase, but this increase would be higher for wheat and barley crops. The lowest increase in virtual water was observed in tomato crop during the future period of 2018-2100.In Bam station, the highest amount of virtual water belongs to barley crop during the period of 2040-2069, i.e. 4853 and 5153 cubic meter per ton under two RCP scenarios, respectively. In Jiroft wheat crop has the highest virtual water during the period 2040-2069 projected to be 4984 m3/ton. In case of Kerman station, largest amount of virtual amount under RCP4.5 belongs to wheat during the period 2040-2069 and under RCP 8.5 corresponds to barley with amount of 4256 m3/ton.
Conclusion
The virtual water of all selected crops is projected to increase; this increase would be more for Barley and Wheat. According to results it is recommended to estimate the virtual water of currently cultivated crops in the region for coming years. Continuous cropping of wheat and barley is not advisable Alternative low-water-use crops may be an option for producers. Further studies on major crops’ virtual water in the agricultural regions of the country are recom

کلیدواژه‌ها [English]

  • climate change
  • evapotranspiration
  • Yield
  • virtual water
  • Iran
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