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Greenhouse gas mitigation in agriculture
  • P. Smith, D. Martino, +17 authors J. Smith
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B…
  • 27 February 2008
Agricultural lands occupy 37% of the earth's land surface. Agriculture accounts for 52 and 84% of global anthropogenic methane and nitrous oxide emissions. Agricultural soils may also act as a sinkExpand
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Policy and technological constraints to implementation of greenhouse gas mitigation options in agriculture
Abstract A recent assessment of agricultural greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions has demonstrated significant potential for mitigation, but suggests that the full mitigation will not be realized due toExpand
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Greenhouse Gas Mitigation in U.S. Agriculture and Forestry
Greenhouse gas mitigation possibilities in the agricultural and forest sector represent a complex system of interlinked strategies. To assess their true economic implementation potential, majorExpand
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A reassessment of the economic effects of global climate change on U.S. agriculture
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.Expand
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The economic and food security implications of climate change in mali
The study focuses on economic and food security implications of projected climate change on Malian agriculture sector. Climate change projections made by two global circulation models are considered.Expand
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U.S. Agriculture and Climate Change: New Results
We examined the impacts on U.S. agriculture of transient climate change assimulated by 2 global general circulation models focusing on the decades ofthe 2030s and 2090s. We examined historical shiftsExpand
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U.S. agriculture's role in a greenhouse gas emission mitigation world: An economic perspective
International agreements are likely to stimulate greenhouse gas mitigation efforts. Agriculture can participate either as a source of emission reductions or as a sink for gas emission storage.Expand
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Forest and Agricultural Sector Optimization Model (FASOM): Model structure and policy applications. Forest Service research paper
The Forest and Agricultural Sector Opimization Model (FASOM) is a dynamic, nonlinear programming model of the forest and agricultural sectors in the United States. The FASOM model initially wasExpand
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The Tradeoff between Expected Return and Risk Among Cornbelt Farmers
The inclusion of risk in farm-planning models has been the subject of many theoretical discussions, often with the conclusion that explicit risk consideration features are desirable. OperationalExpand
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