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Climate Change and Agriculture in the United States: Effects and Adaptation
C. L. Walthall (au)
Agriculture in the U.S. produces approximately $300 billion a year in commodities with livestock accounting for roughly half the value. Climate change poses unprecedented challenges to U.S. agriculture. Adaptive action offers the potential to manage the effects of climate change by altering patterns of agricultural activity to capitalize on emerging opportunities while minimizing the costs associated with negative effects. Contents of this report: U.S. Agriculture and Climate; An Overview of U.S. Agriculture; An Overview of the Changing Climate; Climate Change Science and Agriculture; Climate Change Effects on U.S. Agricultural Production and on the Economics of U.S. Agriculture; Adapting to Climate Change; Conclusions and Research Needs. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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