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US in global maize production
US maize production that is exported
global maize production that is traded
global rice production that is traded
US in global wheat production
US production as part of global trade
global wheat production that is traded
reduction in yield per degree of warming in temperate, high-producing regions
number of poor people that rely on livestock for livelihood
global chicken production from industrial system
global pig production from industrial systems
global beef and veal production from industrial systems
total global funding for adaptation to CC
cost of adaptation to 2 degrees warming
cost of mitigation to maintain 2 degrees warming
GDP percentage that adaptation and mitigation to 2 degrees would require
GDP annual growth rates percentage
impact of CC on ag in trade models without trade (increase in percentage of hungry)
impact of CC on ag in trade models with trade (increase in percentage of hungry)
carbon emissions per year (gigatons)
percentage of carbon emissions that are CO2
percentage of CO2 emissions that are from ag
percentage of CO2 emissions that are from land use change
what would happen to CO2 concentration if CO2 emissions stabilized today?
what would happen to temperature if CO2 emissions stabilized today?
what would happen to CO2 concentration if CO2 emissions stopped today?
what would happen to temperature if CO2 emissions stopped today?
what percentage cut in CO2 emissions would be necessary to stabilize CO2 concentration at current levels?
this crop type benefits a lot from CO2 fertilization
this crop type does not benefit a lot from CO2 fertilization but has relatively high optimal growth temperatures for photosynthesis
this crop type suffers relatively little from water stress
switchgrass is a crop of this type, so might be a good be good alternative to maize for ethanol production
this crop type is more nutritious
this crop type avoides photorespiration by concentrating CO2 in the leaf interior, making it more productive in very hot, sunny conditions
maize, sorghum, and millet are examples of this crop type
switchgrass, wheat, and rice are examples of this crop type
at low (less than 750ppm) CO2 concentrations, this crop type assimilates more CO2
at high (greater than 750ppm) CO2 concentrations, this crop type assimilates less CO2
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