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Climate Change and Agriculture in the Great Lakes Region. Examples of Indirect Impacts of Climate Change Jeffrey A. Andresen Dept. of Geography Michigan State University. Indirect Effects of Climate Change. Largely ignored in previous research May have profound effects on productivity.

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climate change and agriculture in the great lakes region

Climate Change and Agriculture in the Great Lakes Region

Examples of Indirect Impacts of Climate Change

Jeffrey A. Andresen

Dept. of Geography

Michigan State University

indirect effects of climate change
Indirect Effects of Climate Change
  • Largely ignored in previous research
  • May have profound effects on productivity
indirect effects of climate change3
Indirect Effects of Climate Change
  • Incidence of pests and pathogens
  • Increased rates of soil erosion and degredation
  • Increased pressure on environmental and natural resources, loss of biodiversity
    • Surface and ground water availability
    • Loss of species
  • Possible imbalance between production areas in cool/temperate zones and those in tropical areas
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10 DSV’s in 5 Days

Site

Slope (yr-1)

Med

Y62 0.00 2 bc

APN 0.00 2 bc

TVC 0.25* 1 c

GRB 0.05 5 a

MKG 0.07 3 ab

GRR 0.14 * 4 ab

TOL 0.13** 4 ab

* p=0.05

** p = 0.01

*** p = 0.001

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Day Types

DSV(0)