Deriving marginal abatement cost curves (MACC) for crops and soil mitigation measures in the UK

Dominic Moran, Michael MacLeod, Eileen Wall, Vera Eory, Guillaume Pajot, Robin Blair Matthews, Alistair McVittie, Andrew Barnes, Bob Rees, Andrew Moxey, Adrian Williams, Pete Smith

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ASSOCIATION OF APPLIED BIOLOGISTS ASPECTS OF APPLIED BIOLOGY 88
Effects of Climate Change on Plants: Implications for Agriculture at Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, Herts 12-13 November 2008
Produced by the Association of Applied Biologists

Climate change threatens the sustainability of world agriculture. Its effects are likely to be both rapid and unpredictable, making it particularly difficult for plant breeders, agronomists and farmers to respond to. As well as direct effects on crops themselves, there will be new pressures from weeds, pests and diseases. It is essential that everyone involved in sustaining food production is ready to meet this challenge. The aim of this conference is to provide a forum through which experts on
the effects of climate change on plants and agriculture can meet in open discussion
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)39-42
Number of pages4
JournalAspects of Applied Biology
Volume88
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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    Moran, D., MacLeod, M., Wall, E., Eory, V., Pajot, G., Matthews, R. B., McVittie, A., Barnes, A., Rees, B., Moxey, A., Williams, A., & Smith, P. (2008). Deriving marginal abatement cost curves (MACC) for crops and soil mitigation measures in the UK. Aspects of Applied Biology, 88, 39-42.