As Climate Changes, More Rain and Snow Could Increase U.S. Crop Damage

aerial photo of a a crop field
November 2002

Scientists have found that increased precipitation, an expected outcome of climate change, may cause losses of US corn production to double over the next 30 years - additional damage that could cost agriculture $3 billion per year.

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Format: 2016-05-27
Format: 2016-05-27