Saddam Hussain

Department of Agronomy, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad

Dr. Saddam Hussain is working as Assistant Professor in the area of Plant Stress Physiology at the Department of Agronomy, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad-Pakistan. He has been recognized with several international distinctions/awards in recent years. He has authored more than 140 research articles in the well-reputed International SCI journals (mainly including Scientific Reports, Agronomy for Sustainable Development, Chemosphere, Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, Frontiers in Plant Science and Molecular Plant) and has also contributed in several books. He is working on the editorial board of various international journals. Dr. Hussain is currently working on different projects regarding abiotic stress tolerance in crop plants and enhancing crop resilience to changing climate. His teaching activities include advising and mentoring graduate students and teaching of undergraduate and post-graduate courses related to plant physiology and agronomy.

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Climate change is likely to have an extensive impact on agriculture around the world through changes in temperature, precipitation, and CO2 concentration. This book provides the most recent research on the interaction between climate change and the agriculture sector. With contributions from internationally recognized scientists, this volume contains 13 chapters covering the key topics related to climate change hazards, risk assessment, mitigation strategies, and climate-smart agriculture innovations. It offers a solid foundation for the discussion of climate resilience in agricultural systems and the requirements to keep improving agricultural production in the face of mounting climate challenge. All the agriculturists, environmentalists, climate change specialists, policy makers, and research scholars will find this remarkable volume a welcome addition to their collection.

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