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Climate Change Stressing Soil
Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Mon May 12, 2014 01:37 PM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- Soil conservation practices will become more critical as weather volatility increases with higher temperatures and rising atmospheric carbon-dioxide levels, said one of the lead authors of the agriculture chapter in the National Climate Assessment released Tuesday.

The National Climate Assessment, a report mandated by Congress, examines the way climate change will affect different industries and regions of the country in the future, as well as adaptation strategies to cope with the effects.

As the food system becomes increasingly globalized, more extreme weather will pressure food security in the coming decades. Commodity prices will become more volatile as ...

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