- Climate is changing and its variability is increasing (IPPC AR4, 2007)
- US agriculture produces 17.8% of world’s grains and 9% of its cattle.
- Numerous sectors rely on agriculture (I/O linkages)
- Consequences for farmers, ranchers, policy-makers and the general public
- Impact of climate change on US agriculture is unclear (various climate zones)
Agricultural and Resource Economics | Atmospheric Sciences | Climate | Environmental Indicators and Impact Assessment | Statistical Models
The Impact of Climate Change and Climate Variability on Agriculture in the US: the Ricardian Approach Revisited.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/climate_change/14