Adaptation of crop production to climate change by crop substitution

@article{EyshiRezaei2013AdaptationOC,
  title={Adaptation of crop production to climate change by crop substitution},
  author={Ehsan Eyshi Rezaei and Thomas Gaiser and Stefan Siebert and Frank Ewert},
  journal={Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change},
  year={2013},
  volume={20},
  pages={1155-1174}
}
Research on the impact of climate change on agricultural production has mainly focused on the effect of climate and its variability on individual crops, while the potential for adapting to climate change through crop substitution has received less attention. This is surprising because the proportions of individual crops in the total crop area have changed considerably over periods of time much shorter than those typically investigated in climate change studies. The flexibility of farmers to… 

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