hw 9 - W ill Boas HW 9 1. Global warming would have many...

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Will Boas HW 9 1. Global warming would have many adverse effects on agriculture. Global warming will reduce the amount of rainfall as well as shorten the length of the growing season, making it much more difficult for farmers to harvest crops. Tropical areas are affected the most because many dangerous weather events that hamper agricultural processes, such as stronger storms, prolonged droughts and increased flooding, happen much more often in these areas. 2. The author states that poverty is a major reason why farmers in developing countries are vulnerable to global climate change because they do not have the resources or the manpower to cope with and adjust to the changes that global climate change will bring. Poor farmers have little flexibility on what they can plant because of their lack of proper equipment and man power, which makes global warming a major concern for them. 3. Continuously growing the same crop by using the same methods will deplete the soil or certain nutrients and minerals that are very important for growing
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