2 edition of annotative bibliography of research on the economic effects of climate change on agriculture found in the catalog.
annotative bibliography of research on the economic effects of climate change on agriculture
Harry Mason Kaiser
1994 by Dept. of Agricultural and Applied Economics, College of Agriculture, University of Minnesota in [St. Paul, Minn.] .
Written in English
|Statement||by Harry M. Kaiser.|
|Series||Staff paper ;, P94-10, Staff paper (University of Minnesota. Dept. of Agricultural and Applied Economics) ;, P94-10.|
|LC Classifications||HD1401 .S74 no. 94-10|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||94622666|
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The purpose of this paper is to report and summarize recent research on the potential economic impacts of global climate change on agriculture. To that end, an annotative bibliography of articles is presented in this paper. Annotated Bibliography: Impacts of climate change and global warming Change, I.
Climate change impacts, adaptation and vulnerability. Genebra, Suíça. The research study has focused on the geographical balance of data that has been achieved from different observational researches since Climate change is already affecting agriculture, with effects unevenly distributed across the world.Future climate change will likely negatively affect crop production in low latitude countries.
The economic effects of a doubling of atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration on world agriculture under two alternative crop response scenarios are empirically estimated. These effects include both changes in the prices of agricultural commodities as a result of changes in domestic agricultural yields, and changes in economic welfare following altered Cited by: Š this book is a very useful resource for the lawyer makes a good start by presenting a wide-ranging portfolio of multidisciplinary research that will assist in progressing the task, challenging though it may be.ë _ Chris Rodgers, Environmental Handbook on Climate Change and Agriculture climate scenario climate variability.
Climate Change Impacts and Agricultural Adaptation. Climate change has the potential to adversely impact agricultural productivity at local and regional scales through alterations in rainfall patterns, more frequent occurrences of climate extremes (including high temperatures or drought), altered patterns of pest pressure, and changes in seasonal and.
This study uses recent GCM forecasts, improved plant science and water supply data and refined economic modeling capabilities to reassess the economic consequences of long-term climate change on U.S.
agriculture. Changes in crop yields, crop water demand and irrigation water arising from climate change result in changes in economic by: climate will have an impact on economic well-being. Since temperature and precipitation are direct inputs in agricultural production, many believe that the largest effects will be in this sector.
Previous research on climate change concerning the sign and magnitude of its effect on the value of US agricultural land is incon.
This book explores the interaction between climate change and the agriculture sector. Agriculture is essential to the livelihood of people and nations, especially in the developing world; therefore, any impact on it will have significant economic, social, and political by: The economic impacts of climate change occur at multiple scales and with a complex array of feedback loops.
While the biophysical effects of climate change play out locally through the direct and indirect (abiotic and biotic) stress factors described earlier, the economic implications of those effects are shaped by an array of local, national, and global institutions, from commodity.
resources, water resources, agriculture, and biodiversity. It is one of a series of 21 Synthesis and Assessment Products being produced under the auspices of the U.S. Climate Change Science Program (CCSP), which coordinates the climate change research activities of.
Economic impact of climate change: Uzma Hanif, () stated that climate change i mpacts the agrarian economies in multidime nsional f orms, b ecause.
design of policy measures to address climate change issues in the agricultural sector. It considers the economic and policy issues related to the impacts of climate change on agriculture and adaptation responses, and mitigation of greenhouse gases from agriculture; outlines research undertaken and.
Chinese agriculture and climate change. Agriculture is a vital industry to the Chinese economy, composing around 10% of the country's GDP and employing about 40% of the total population in China.
9 In comparison, for the United States, agriculture only accounts for 1% of GDP and 2% of employment. 10 Chinese agriculture feeds 20% of the world's Cited by: Changes in climate have over the millenniums been driven by natural processes, and these mecha-nisms continue to cause change.
“Climate change” as a term in common usage over much of the world is now taken to mean anthropogenically driven change in climate.
Such climate change may influ-ence agriculture in a positive way (CO 2 fertilization. Climate change is an active agricultural economic research area contributing to the economic endeavors discussed above, as well as numerous others.
Here, we will review the existing body of work covering the three major aspects of the issue: agricultural impacts of climate change; adaptation to these impacts; and policies aimed at mitigating Cited by: 7. Abstract. This study uses the Ricardian approach to examine the economic impact of climate change on agriculture in Zimbabwe.
Net farm revenue is regressed against various climate, soil, hydrological and socio-economic variables to help determine the factors that influence variability in net farm by: change in climate to infer the economic impact of climate change in this sector.
To conduct the analysis, we compiled the most detailed and comprehensive data available to form a county-level panel on agricultural profits and production, soil quality, climate and weather.
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In Global climate change: Implications, challenges, and mitigation measures, ed. Majumdar, Impact of Climate Change on Agriculture Introduction Climate change is one of the biggest and urgent issues of the present world and overwhelming scientific consensus is concerned with climate change.
The earth’s climate is rapidly changing mainly as a result of increase in greenhouse gases caused by human activities.
Adams et al.: Effects of global climate change on agriculture changes in the incidence and distribution of pests and pathogens (Sutherst et al. ), increased rates of soil erosion and degradation, and increased tropospheric ozone levels due to rising temperatures (Adams ).
Additional indirect effects may arise from changes inCited by: In light of the potential importance of climate change, this paper proposes a new strategy to determine its economic impact. We estimate the effect of weather on farm profits, conditional on county and state by year fixed effects, so the weather parameters are identified from the presumably random variation in weather across counties within states.
of agriculture on climate change, as well as the impact cli-mate change is projected to have on this sector. The inten-tion is to provide a clear message for development practi-tioners and policy makers in order to enable them to cope with the threats, as well as understand the opportunities, presented by ongoing climate change.
Introduction. climate change and solutions by incorporating the programmes with socio-economic development objective of the sector and the localities. This presentation briefs patterns of natural disasters in Vietnam, impacts of climate change on agriculture and rural development, identifies vulnerable regions, introduces theFile Size: KB.
Data and research on green growth and sustainable development including consumption, innovation, green cities, green energy, green jobs and green transport., Climate change is likely to have significant impacts on the agricultural sector to which farmers will have to adapt.
While agriculture is a significant contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, it is also a source of. This chapter in CLIMATE CHANGE AND AGRICULTURE: ANALYSIS OF POTENTIAL INTERNATIONAL IMPACTS p. ASA Special Publication Climate Change and Agriculture: Analysis of Potential International Impacts Cynthia Rosenzweig (ed.) ISBN: Published: View.
Annotated Bibliography on the Economic Effects of Global Climate Change on Fisheries Ann L. Shriver, Yeo Bee Hong, Ting Kok Onn, Marissa Garcia and Mahfuzuddin Ahmed Prepared for the Consultation on the Impact of Global Climate Change on Aquatic Resources, Food and Income Security of Fishing-dependent Populations 24 - 25 August Cited by: 1.
Climate Change and Agriculture: An Economic Analysis of Global Impacts, Adaptation and Distributional Effects Finally, the book suggests a research agenda for the future.
Economists in academia and the public sector, policy analysts and development agencies will find this broad study : Robert Mendelsohn, Ariel Dinar.
global impacts of climate change regarding agriculture to its effects upon Mauritian farming. The section is followed by the problem, aim and delimitations as well as the outline of the study.
Problem background Facing the threats of climate change today followed by its impacts on the environment is certainly a challenge difficult to tackle. Impact of climate change on agriculture may be underestimated Date: March 7, Source: Brown University Summary: Studies of how climate change might affect agriculture generally look only at.
Climate-change induced yield effects by crop and management system, % change from yield with climate to yield with climate 5 2. World food prices (US$/metric ton) in and and percent changes for selected crops and livestock products 7 3.
Climate-change effects on crop production, no CO 2 fertilization 9 4. The drought caused more than $ million in economic losses across Washington State. Even with current water storage management, both in places where rivers, lakes, and reservoirs generally provide sufficient water and in places where aquifers are the most stable water resource across seasons, extreme drought still impacted our economy.
Climate change and agriculture. Language; Watch; Edit (Redirected from. The projected changes of climate, effects of climate change on the Australian agriculture, effects of Australian agriculture on climate change, ways to lessen the effects by means of mitigation and adaptation will be discussed in detail later in this paper.
Australia is a big country and includes various types of climate. Economists in association with other disciplines have done many studies investigating the effects of projected climate change on US agriculture.
Here I review results from the US National Assessment conducted by a team of scientists (Reilly et al.,USGCRP). IMPLICATIONS FOR AGRICULTURE P5 The effects of climate change on crop and food production are already evident in several regions of the world, with negative impacts more common than positive ones.
Without adaptation, climate change is projected to reduce production for local temperature increases of 2°C or more (above late.
reference: The Effects of Climate Change on Agriculture, Land Resources, Water Resources, and Biodiversity. A Report by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program and the Subcommittee on Global Change Research. Agriculture and climate change are inextricably linked—crop yield, biodiversity, and water use, as well as soil health are directly affected by a changing climate.
Climate change, which is largely a result of burning fossil fuels, is already affecting the Earth’s temperature, precipitation, and hydrological cycles. Website of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) – shares interdisciplinary climate change research with policymakers, journalists, scholars, and the general public.
Development of World Climate Over the Past Million Years; Climate Research Unit, University of East Anglia, UK. impacts. Coping with climate change remains a daunting challenge.
Figure Overview of climate change impacts according to the IPCC AR4 (IPCC, b) (numbers in the right-hand sidebar refer to the corresponding chapters in the AR4). Figure Cascade of uncertainties in climate change impact assessment (Giorgi, ).and water security in the context of climate change.
2. Climate change impacts on the agriculture sector Projected climate change impacts under an unconstrained emissions scenario are generally adverse for a wide range of agricultural activities over the next few decades, but with some exceptions. Adverse impacts.complement climate-change mitigation,and bothhave to be central to an integrated strategy to reduce risks and impacts of climate change.
Most of the discussion on climate change has focused on mitigation measures, for example the Kyoto Protocol. Not much attention has been given to climate.