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Vol. 9, Issue 6 (2020)

Global warming and its effect on agriculture

Author(s):
Chitrasena Padhy and Kalee Prasanna Pattanayak
Abstract:
There are some terrible consequences on the environment due to climate change. Among the ill effects of climate change are melting ice caps, rise in sea levels, erratic weather and warmer oceans. It results in a warning to global food production due to greater risks for crops and vulnerability of livestock. Agriculture can be affected by climate in a variety of ways. After a certain range of temperatures, warming tends to reduce yields producing less grain in this way. Higher temperatures interfere with the ability of plants to get and use moisture. A powerful super cyclone Amphan made landfall over India’s West Bengal and Bangladesh. Leading experts claimed that climate change was having on increasing extreme weather events. Due to climate change, global temperatures increase. So, it becomes risk of more regular powerful super cyclones like Amphan.
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How to cite this article:
Chitrasena Padhy, Kalee Prasanna Pattanayak. Global warming and its effect on agriculture. Pharma Innovation 2020;9(6):259-261.

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