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FROM VOLUME 7, NUMBERS 11-12, NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 1994

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS... IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE: FISHERIES AND AGRICULTURE


Item #d94nov34

"Variability in Biomass Yields of Large Marine Ecosystems During Climate Change," K. Sherman (Northeast Fish. Sci. Ctr., NOAA, Narragansett RI 02882), World Resour. Rev., 6(1), 41-61, Mar. 1994.

Analyzed biological, physical and chemical data influencing the natural productivity of the fishery biomass to identify the driving forces causing major shifts in species composition.


Item #d94nov35

"Impact of Climatic Change on Agricultural Production in Kansas: A Four-Crop Analysis," K.M. McGregor (Dept. Geog., Univ. N. Texas, Denton TX 76203), Phys. Geog., 14(6), 551-565, Nov.-Dec. 1993.

Used a regression-based model to predict the effect of changes in soil moisture on yields of wheat, corn, soybeans and grain sorghum. A warmer, drier climate would reduce yields for summer crops in Texas and would shift the crop belts in Kansas.

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