Global change impacts on agriculture, forestry and soils: the programme of the Global Change and Terrestrial Ecosystems Core ...

Author: 
Tinker, B. (Oxford Univ. (United Kingdom). Dept. of Plant Sciences)
Goudriaan, J.
Teng, P.
Swift, M.
Linder, S.
Ingram, J.
Van de Geijn, S.C.
Publisher: 
Wiley for FAO
Publication Year: 
1996
Description: 
Global climate change and agricultural production. Direct and indirect effects of changing hydrological, pedological and plant physiological processes, Bazzaz, F.A. (ed.)Sombroek, W.G. (ed.).- Chichester (United Kingdom): Wiley for FAO, 1996.- ISBN 92-5-103987-9
Pages: 
p. 295-318
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