The University of Maryland (UMD) has collaborated with Cornell University and Stanford University to quantify the man-made effects of climate change on global agricultural productivity growth for the first time. In a new study published in Nature Climate Change, researchers developed a robust model of weather effects on...Full Article
Quantifying How Climate Change Has Slowed Global Agricultural Productivity Growth
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