Climate-crop yield relationships at provincial scales in China and the impacts of recent climate trends

@inproceedings{Tao2008ClimatecropYR,
  title={Climate-crop yield relationships at provincial scales in China and the impacts of recent climate trends},
  author={Fulu Tao and Masayuki Yokozawa and Jiyuan Liu and Zhao Zhang},
  year={2008}
}
Understanding climate-yield relationships and the impacts of recent climate trends on crop productivity on a large scale is an important step in predicting regional agricultural production. In this study we investigated climate-crop relationships, recent trends in seasonal climate (maximum and minimum temperatures, diurnal temperature range and precipitation) and their impacts on the yields of major crops (i.e. rice, wheat, maize and soybean) at provincial scales throughout China over the last… CONTINUE READING

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