Effects of climate change on crop production in Cameroon

@inproceedings{Tingem2008EffectsOC,
  title={Effects of climate change on crop production in Cameroon},
  author={Munang Tingem and M. Rivington and Gianni Bellocchi and Sayed Azam-Ali and Jeremy J. Colls},
  year={2008}
}
This study involves an assessment of the potential effects of greenhouse gas climate change, as well as the direct fertilization effect of CO2 on crop yields in Cameroon. The methodology involves coupling the transient diagnostics of 2 atmosphere–ocean general circulation models, namely NASA/Goddard Institute GISS and the Hadley Centre’s HadCM3, to the CropSyst crop model to simulate current and future (2020, 2080) crop yields (bambara nut, groundnut, maize, sorghum and soybean) in 8… CONTINUE READING

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