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Russia's food security and climate change: Looking into the future

1st Person: Kiselev, Sergey
Additional Persons: Romashkin, Roman; Nelson, Gerald C.; Mason-D'Croz, Daniel; Palazzo, Amanda
Type of Publication: Paper
Language: English
Published: Kiel Institute for the World Economy (IfW) 2013
Series: Economics Discussion Papers
Online: https://www.econstor.eu/bitstream/10419/85341/1/770618340.pdf
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Russia's food security and climate change: Looking into the future
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Russia's food security and climate change: Looking into the future
Kiselev, Sergey
Economics Discussion Papers
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Russia's food security and climate change: Looking into the future
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Russia's food security and climate change: Looking into the future
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Russia's food security and climate change: Looking into the future
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Russia's food security and climate change: Looking into the future
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Russia's food security and climate change: Looking into the future
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Paper
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Kiel Institute for the World Economy (IfW)
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2013
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English
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Kiselev, Sergey
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Romashkin, Roman
Nelson, Gerald C.
Mason-D'Croz, Daniel
Palazzo, Amanda
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Romashkin, Roman
Nelson, Gerald C.
Mason-D'Croz, Daniel
Palazzo, Amanda
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Global climate change presents long-term risks to agriculture. In general, global climate change is expected to positively affect Russian agriculture. In high and middle latitudes, global warming would expand the growing season. Acreages of agricultural crops may expand toward the north, although yields would likely be lower due to less fertile soil. However, in the south there is a possibility of drier climate, which has a negative impact on crop yields and livestock productivity. In addition, climate change is expected to increase the scarcity of water resources and encourage weed and pest proliferation, and it is expected to increase the short-term risks associated with an increase in extreme weather events and natural disasters. This paper uses data on current conditions to simulate future scenarios and examine possible impacts on crop production in the Russian Federation. It also considers adaptive measures for agriculture in response to climate change.
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https://www.econstor.eu/bitstream/10419/85341/1/770618340.pdf
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Economics Discussion Papers
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Economics Discussion Papers
Economics Discussion Papers
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Economics Discussion Papers
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Economics Discussion Papers
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1864-6042
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2019-11-22T03:50:16.708Z
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