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Session15 - Nutr 241A Agricultural Science and Policy I,...

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S e a r c h Readings: Session 15 Authors : Kathleen Merrigan, Ph.D., William Lockeretz, Ph.D. Readings What is air pollution? King’s College London Environmental Research Group (no date). A hidden threat to food production: Air pollution and agriculture in the developing world . Fiona Marshall et al. International Institute for Environment and Development (no date) Key Questions What is air pollution? How does concentration of air pollutants vary according to human activities and weather? What are the major implications of air pollution? A hidden threat to food production: Air pollution and agriculture in the developing world. How does air pollution affect agriculture? Which air pollutant has the maximum negative impact on crop growth? What is the major difference between crop loss projections due to ozone and sulfur dioxide? What are the key policy and research issues for the developing countries, considering that air pollution leads to reduced levels of crop
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course NUTR 241 taught by Professor Kathleenmerrigan during the Fall '06 term at TUFS.

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