Please contact Jonathan Winter (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any preliminary ideas or questions. Interested participants should email a copy of their abstract and program information number (PIN) to Jonathan Winter (email@example.com) by Thursday, November 19th.
In 2015 the prevalence of undernourishment increased for the first time in decades, and in the future global agriculture faces the significant challenge of feeding a population projected to increase to 9 billion by mid-century under an evolving climate. This session will explore the geography of agricultural production systems at local to global scales inclusive of crops, climate, water, soils, and technology.
We seek papers that address all aspects of food production and security. Topics include, but are not limited to, agricultural climate risk, statistical and process-based methods of evaluating crop yields, land use and land cover change, the representation of water scarcity, soils, and nitrogen in crop simulations, interactions between agriculture and extreme events, climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies, proliferation of violence and food security, and precision agriculture. This session is sponsored by the Climate, Geographies of Food and Agriculture, and Water Resources Specialty Groups.
|Presenter||Emily Burchfield*, Emory University, Future geographies of US crop production||15||8:00 AM|
|Presenter||Jonathan Winter*, Dartmouth College, Jose R. Lopez, University of Minnesota, Joshua Elliott, University of Chicago, Alex C. Ruane, NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies, Cheryl Porter, University of Florida, Gerrit Hoogenboom, University of Florida, Martha Anderson, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Christopher Hain, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, Sustainable use of groundwater dramatically reduces maize, soybean, and wheat||15||8:15 AM|
|Presenter||Ceren Yasar*, Middle East Technical University, Agricultural Water Policy in the Era of Climate Crisis, and Food Security in Turkey: The case of Konya Closed Basin||15||8:30 AM|
|Presenter||Ethan Coffel*, Syracuse University, Corey Lesk, Columbia University, Jonathan M Winter, Dartmouth College, Erich C Osterberg, Dartmouth College, Justin S Mankin, Dartmouth College, Crop-climate feedbacks boost U.S. maize and soy yields||15||8:45 AM|
|Presenter||Mary Ann Cunningham*, Vassar College, Changing distributions of US corn production under IPCC climate scenarios: impacts and uncertainties||15||9:00 AM|
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