File S1 - An Integrated Framework for Assessing Vulnerability to Climate Change and Developing Adaptation Strategies for Coffee Growing Families in Mesoamerica
datasetposted on 2014-02-26, 03:18 authored by María Baca, Peter Läderach, Jeremy Haggar, Götz Schroth, Oriana Ovalle
Table S1, Key sustainable livelihood indicators of sensitivity and adaptive capacity of coffee producing families in Mesoamerica. Table S2. Current and future values of bioclimatic variables with (averages of coffee growing area in each country) their coefficients of variation (CV) of 19 GCM models for Nicaragua, El Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico. The CV indicates the variation between models (i.e. the greater the CV the more variability between GCMs).
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