Research conducted by Dev Niyogi indicates the most significant impact of climate change will be drought rather than just global warming. Niyogi is the state climatologist for Indiana and an assistant professor of agronomy and earth and atmospheric sciences. (Purdue Agricultural Communication photo/Tom Campbell)
Climate change studies that assess the full range of interactions among temperature, radiation, precipitation and land use can better aid humans to prepare for extreme shifts in weather patterns, the scientists report in a special issue of the journal Global and Planetary Change.
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