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Possible effects of climatic change on estimated crop yields in Canada
|Statement||A. Bootsma ... [et al.].|
|Series||LRRI contribution -- no. 83-64, Technical bulletin / Agriculture Canada, Research Branch -- 1984-9E, Technical bulletin (Canada. Agriculture Canada. Research Branch) -- 1984-9E.|
|Contributions||Bootsma, A., Canada. Agriculture Canada. Research Branch., Land Resource Research Institute (Canada).|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 26 p. :|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||85070855|
2. Crop responses to climatic variability and extremes. The yield productivity of many crops has risen over the past 40 years. Rates of yield increase in Europe have ranged from % Cited by: None of the model predictions are certain. There is a lot that science does not yet know, and wider social and economic trends will also affect the UK's vulnerability to the effects of climate .
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Additional Physical Format: Bootsma, A. Possible effects of climatic change on estimated crop yields in Canada./. [Ottawa]: [Agriculture and Agri-food Canada], .
Additional Physical Format: Possible effects of climatic change on estimated crop yields in Canada./. Ottawa: Research Branch, Agriculture Canada, A significant growth dilution effect on grain protein was found: a change in grain yield of 10% by O3 was associated with a change in grain protein yield of % (R2=), while a change in yield.
Climate change is any significant long-term change in the expected patterns of average weather of a region (or the whole Earth) over a significant period of time. It is about abnormal. A number of crop simulation models, such as CERES-Maize (Crop Environment Resource Synthesis), CERES-Wheat, SWAP (soil–water–atmosphere–plant), and InFoCrop, have been widely used to Cited by: Figure Estimated changes (%) in land use, by region, in the USA in response to changes in crop yields under the GISS and GFDL2 x CO2 climates Figure Estimated effects of climatic changes on File Size: 2MB.
The US National Research Council (US NRC, ) assessed the literature on the effects of climate change on crop yields.
US NRC () stressed the uncertainties in their projections of changes in. These indices were estimated (i) to provide a “back of the envelope” estimate of possible changes in climate drivers between historical and projected scenarios that may affect crop growth, (ii) to compare Cited by: This study involves an assessment of the potential effects of greenhouse gas climate change, as well as the direct fertilization effect of CO2 on crop yields in Cameroon.
Climate change will cut crop yields: study Aug Climate change will have a negative effect on key crops such as wheat, rice, and maize, according to a major scientific report out. It is widely accepted that crop yields will be affected by climate change.
However, the role played by climate in affecting crop yields vis-a-vis non-climatic stresses, is often unclear, limiting Cited by: 1.
Crop stress management and global climate change / edited by José Luis Araus and Gustavo Ariel Slafer. S C54 C75 Global climate change and agricultural production: direct and indirect. Figure 2. Decadal warming trends (°C per decade) since in growing season daily T min (left) and T max (right) in major global cereal cropping regions, displayed on maps (A and B) and Cited by: For now, improving the yields of various cereal crops and reducing global food losses are essential to keeping pace with population growth and to mitigate the influence of climate change.
Possible Cited by: 9. Yields of beans are estimated to decrease by the midst century (Jarvis et al., ; Thornton et al., ), while for peanuts some studies show a positive effect from climate change, Cited by: 9.
The possible effects of each change have been assessed using the AFRCWHEAT2 crop model for wheat. Model output pointed to a decrease in harvest index as a result of coincidental increases in Cited by: Other points: Crop yields at all latitudes increase with increased C02, (already an estimated 15% since about ), the same goes for tropical rainforests,(the Carboniferous period had high vegetation.
In addition, crop yields in tropical regions will be negatively affected by the projected moderate increase in temperature ( °C) expected to occur during the first half of the century.
During the second half of the century, further warming is projected to decrease crop yields in all regions including Canada. Meat consumption alone accounts for an estimated 22 percent of global water use, and this need will increase in a hotter world.
Climate change also alters rainfall patterns: Some places will. Climate change is the disruption in the long-term seasonal weather patterns. 1 It's caused by global warming. The average temperature has risen around 1 degree Celsius, or degrees Fahrenheit.
Climate Change Effect on Crop Productivity The contribution of agriculture to global GHG emissions ranges from to Gt CO2-eq. The global potential of arable and permanent cropping systems to .Regional effects of global warming are long-term significant changes in the expected patterns of average weather of a specific region due to global world average temperature is rising due to the .The impact of climate change on the The impact of climate change on the global economyglobal economy more frequent droughts may reduce crop yields in areas where food production is vital.