2 edition of Climatic change with special reference to Wales and its agriculture found in the catalog.
Climatic change with special reference to Wales and its agriculture
James Allan Taylor
Written in English
|Statement||Convener and editor of series: James A. Taylor.|
|Series||University College of Wales, Aberystwth. Memorandum -- no.8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 104 p. :|
|Number of Pages||104|
Climatic Change is a rapidly evolving domain that has prompted the publication of numerous scientific works in recent years, reflecting both the public and scientific interest in the topic. This book . This book explores the interaction between climate change and the agriculture sector. Agriculture is essential to the livelihood of people and nations, especially in the developing world; .
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