Adaptation to persistent drought and groundwater depletion: Evidence from Karnataka
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- IGC Research on India
Tel Aviv University
Karnatak State Natural Disaster Monitoring Center
Development Management Institute
By using a random sample of households from the 2004 KSNDMC study, this project conducts a comparative study of households’ coping capacity to two prolonged, 3-year droughts occurring a decade apart, and examines whether the substantial ecological, economic, and social changes occurring over that decade have impacted this coping capacity.
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