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Climate change and geographic shifts in rice production in China
Environmental Research Communications
Climate change can affect crop yield in a given location, and it can also affect where crops are grown. Most assessments of the effect of historical climate change on crop yield has been at the national level, ignoring possibly important subnational variation and climate change adaptation through changes in crop distribution. We analyzed the relationship between growing season temperature, rice yield, and the spatial distribution of rice production in China between 1949 and 2015. Since 1949,doi:10.1088/2515-7620/ab0856 fatcat:w4642hfafngn7lbvnizsjeexha