Agri-tour seasonal changes mobile information system.

Show simple item record Mbabazi, Ester 2022-05-29T11:47:44Z 2022-05-29T11:47:44Z 2017-05
dc.identifier.citation Mbabazi, Ester. (2017). Agri-tour seasonal changes mobile information system. Busitema University. Unpublished dissertation. en_US
dc.description Dissertation. en_US
dc.description.abstract In Uganda, about 71 % of the citizens rely on subsistence farming, which is heavily dependent on rain seasons. Climate change and variability with seasonality influences farmers' decisions about when to sow and harvest. Among the economic activities carried out in Uganda, tourism is also greatly affected by inconsistent seasonal changes. Tourism in Uganda-is focused on Uganda's landscape and wildlife. It is a major driver of employment, investment and foreign exchange. Climate is an essential resource for tourism, and especially for the beach, nature and winter sport tourism segments. Changing climate and weather patterns at tourist destinations and tourist generating countries can significantly affect the tourists comfort and their travel decisions, To prevent all this, a system that focuses on weather prediction, sharing information on weather seasonal changes, identifying possible threats of disaster and advice users accordingly was developed, The Agri-Tour seasonal changes mobile information system for mobile phones forecasts weather iii teal time basing. on the location of the user after measuring the weather parameters that is to say; temperature, rainfall/precipitation, wind, solar. radiation, relative humidity. Inform the users and advise them accordingly. en_US
dc.description.sponsorship Ms. Asingwire Barbara Kabwiga, Busitema University. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher Busitema University. en_US
dc.subject Agri-tour en_US
dc.subject Seasonal changes en_US
dc.subject Information system en_US
dc.subject Subsistence farming en_US
dc.subject Climate change en_US
dc.subject Tourism en_US
dc.title Agri-tour seasonal changes mobile information system. en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US

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