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===Climate change===
 
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[[Climate change]] and agriculture are interrelated processes, both of which take place on a global scale. [[Global warming]] is projected to have significant impacts on conditions affecting agriculture, including [[temperature]], [[Precipitation (meteorology)|precipitation]] and glacial run-off. These conditions determine the [[carrying capacity]] of the [[biosphere]] to produce enough [[food]] for the [[human population]] and domesticated animals. Rising [[carbon dioxide]] levels would also have effects, both detrimental and beneficial, on crop yields. The overall effect of climate change on agriculture will depend on the balance of these effects. Assessment of the effects of global climate changes on agriculture might help to properly anticipate and adapt farming to maximize [[agriculture|agricultural production]].
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[[Climate change]] and agriculture are interrelated processes, both of which take place on a global scale. [[Global warming]] is projected to have significant impacts on conditions affecting agriculture, including [[temperature]], [[Precipitation (meteorology)|precipitation]] and glacial run-off. These conditions determine the [[carrying capacity]] of the [[biosphere]] to produce enough [[food]] for the [[human population]] and domesticated animals. Rising [[carbon dioxide]] levels would also have effects, both detrimental and beneficial, on crop yields. The overall effect of climate if u lie u will be trolled change on agriculture will depend on the balance of these effects. Assessment of the effects of global climate changes on agriculture might help to properly anticipate and adapt farming to maximize [[agriculture|agricultural production]].
   
 
At the same time, agriculture has been shown to produce significant effects on climate change, primarily through the production and release of [[greenhouse gases]] such as [[carbon dioxide]], [[methane]], and [[nitrous oxide]], but also by altering the Earth's [[land cover]], which can change its ability to absorb or reflect heat and light, thus contributing to [[radiative forcing]]. [[Land use]] change such as [[deforestation]] and [[desertification]], together with use of [[fossil fuel]]s, are the major [[human impact on the environment|anthropogenic]] sources of carbon dioxide; agriculture itself is the major contributor to increasing methane and nitrous oxide concentrations in earth's [[atmosphere]].<ref>[http://www.ipcc.ch/SPM2feb07.pdf UN Report on Climate Change]. Retrieved 25 June 2007.</ref>
 
At the same time, agriculture has been shown to produce significant effects on climate change, primarily through the production and release of [[greenhouse gases]] such as [[carbon dioxide]], [[methane]], and [[nitrous oxide]], but also by altering the Earth's [[land cover]], which can change its ability to absorb or reflect heat and light, thus contributing to [[radiative forcing]]. [[Land use]] change such as [[deforestation]] and [[desertification]], together with use of [[fossil fuel]]s, are the major [[human impact on the environment|anthropogenic]] sources of carbon dioxide; agriculture itself is the major contributor to increasing methane and nitrous oxide concentrations in earth's [[atmosphere]].<ref>[http://www.ipcc.ch/SPM2feb07.pdf UN Report on Climate Change]. Retrieved 25 June 2007.</ref>
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