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          1. World Agriculture publishes articles on this site as soon as they are accepted for publication. Individual articles are assigned a four digit code identifying the year of publication followed by the sequential number allocated to each paper in each year. This digital code provides a unique identifier for each article and is indexed.

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            Comments (agricultural, environmental) to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report of 6th October, 2018

            Denis J Murphy, Dr David Frape, Dr Jillian Lenné, Professor Neil C. Turner, Sir Brian Heap
            8th January 2019

            “ Global warming of 1.5°C, an IPCC special report on the impacts of global warming of 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels and related global greenhouse gas emission pathways, in the context of strengthening the global response to the threat of climate …

            Article number: 1901

            The functions and sizes of the five carbon sinks on planet Earth and their relation to climate change. Part 4. Is the criticism of pastured beef cattle justified, or is there a question over the source of the carbon?

            Dr David Frape
            18th April 2018

            SUMMARY A? carbon sink ?is a natural or artificial reservoir that accumulates and stores some? carbon -containing chemical compound for an indefinite period. The process by which carbon sinks remove carbon dioxide ( CO 2 ) from the atmosphere …

            Article number: 1804

            Cereal and soya bean production and food security in China: Challenges and opportunities

            Assistant Professor Xiaolaing Qin, Assistant Professor Yajun Li, Professor Kadambot H.M Siddique, Professor Lixiang Wang, Professor Yuncheng Liao
            19th December 2016

            Introduction China’s GDP has increased steadily since 1949, reaching 63,646 billion Renminbi (1038 billion US dollars) in 2014 to become the world’s second largest economy (1) (Fig. 1).? In recent years, China’s food security has received …

            Article number: 1619

            China cultivated land change and its carbon budget measurement based on the system dynamics

            Associate Professor Xiaoshun LI, Dongmei JIANG, Guancong HE, Professor Futian QU, Professor Jinming YAN, Professor Shaoliang ZHANG, Professor Xiaoping SHI, Professor Zhengfu BIAN
            16th May 2015

            Summary As a result of industrialization, an increasing proportion of China’s cultivated land is being urbanized, causing considerable environmental damage. In an endeavour to promote a low-carbon economy, this article focuses on modeling the …

            Article number: 1504

            Using climate information to support crop breeding decisions and adaptation in agriculture

            Dr Ann-Kristin Koehler, Dr Dan Bebber, Dr Mike Bushell, Dr Pete Falloon, Professor Andrew J Challinor, Professor John Bryant, Professor Sarah Gurr, Professor Suraje Dessai
            20th December 2014

            Summary Population growth in the next few decades will increase the need for food production, while the yields of major food crops could be impacted by the changing climate and changing threats from pests and pathogens. Crop breeding, both …

            Article number: 1427

            Contribution of improved nitrogen fertilizer use to development of a low carbon economy in China

            Dr Xiangping Jia, Dr Yuelai Lu, Professor David Chadwick, Professor David Norse, Professor David Powlson, Professor Fusuo Zhang, Professor Jikun Huang
            21st October 2014

            Summary The use of nitrogen (N) and other fertilisers has been one of the keys to achieving food security in China. Grain production almost doubled in China between 1980 and 2010, yet total fertiliser use increased more than four-fold in the same …

            Article number: 1413

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