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Crops destroyed by ozone pollution could have fed millions — Last modified September 29, 2014 13:18
Hindustan Times. New Delhi, 7 September 2014
Researchers find gene to help crops beat drought — Last modified September 29, 2014 10:21
Researchers find gene to help crops beat drought
Whole farm quantification of GHG emissions within smallholder farms in developing countries — Last modified April 16, 2014 08:38
Environmental Research Letters Volume 9 Number 3. Whole farm quantification of GHG emissions within smallholder farms in developing countries. Focus on Improving Quantification of Agricultural Greenhouse Gases.
Japanese Researchers Develop Man-Made Leaves that Harvest Light — Last modified April 09, 2014 08:40
The Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) announced on January 9, 2014, success in developing man-made leaves to harvest light, jointly with Toyota Central R&D Labs. This success will lead to realization of artificial photosynthesis, with an efficiency of converting solar energy to chemical energy comparable to that of natural photosynthesis.
A few extreme events dominate global interannual variability in gross primary production — Last modified March 07, 2014 12:53
A few extreme events dominate global interannual variability in gross primary production.
Balancing energy and crop production through solar sharing — Last modified January 22, 2014 07:47
The Solar Sharing Association began to operate the Solar Sharing Hayashi Power Station in November 2013 in Chiba City, Japan. Installing solar panels above farmland, the association is attempting to generate power while cultivating crops, and strives to promote solar sharing systems by holding study excursions and other activities.
Moving beyond benefit–cost analysis of climate change — Last modified December 23, 2013 09:00
Jonathan Koomey 2013 Environ. Res. Lett. 8 041005 doi:10.1088/1748-9326/8/4/041005
Global warming sweetening apples, proves japanese research team — Last modified November 12, 2013 13:53
Global warming makes apples sweeter, according to the results of a study released on August 20, 2013, by the Institute of Fruit Tree Science, which belongs to the National Agriculture and Food Research Organization (NARO), Japan.
Climate, crops and lacking data underlie regional disparities in the CO2 fertilization effect — Last modified July 22, 2013 16:17
Climate, crops and lacking data underlie regional disparities in the CO2 fertilization effect
Global crop exposure to critical high temperatures in the reproductive period: historical trends and future projections — Last modified June 20, 2013 08:50
Haron M Gourdji, Adam M Sibley and David B Lobell, 2013. Environmental Research Letters Volume 8 024041 doi:10.1088/1748-9326/8/2/024041
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