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Global freshwater resources are under increasing pressure from economic development, population growth, and climate change. The international trade of water-intensive products (e.g., agricultural commodities) or virtual water trade has been suggested as a way to save water globally. We focus on the virtual water trade network associated with international(More)
China's water resources are under increasing pressure from socioeconomic development, diet shifts, and climate change. Agriculture still concentrates most of the national water withdrawal. Moreover, a spatial mismatch in water and arable land availability--with abundant agricultural land and little water resources in the north--increases water scarcity and(More)
  • P Marchand, J A Carr, J Dell 'angelo, Joel A Carr, Paolo D 'odorico, Samir Suweis +25 others
  • 2016
Reserves and trade jointly determine exposure to food supply shocks. Access to the published version may require subscription. Abstract While a growing proportion of global food consumption is obtained through international trade, there is an ongoing debate on whether this increased reliance on trade benefits or hinders food security, and specifically, the(More)
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