Impact assessment of soybean yield and water productivity in Brazil due to climate change

  title={Impact assessment of soybean yield and water productivity in Brazil due to climate change},
  author={Evandro Henrique Figueiredo Moura da Silva and Lu{\'i}s Alberto Silva Antolin and Alencar Junior Zanon and A. S. Andrade J{\'u}nior and Henrique Antunes de Souza and Kassio dos Santos Carvalho and Nilson Aparecido Vieira Junior and F{\'a}bio Ricardo Marin},
  journal={European Journal of Agronomy},
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