Agriculture, Population, Land and Water Scarcity in a Changing World – The Role of Irrigation
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KeywordsIrrigation; Food supply; Integrated assessment; Water use intensity; Agricultural adaptation; Land scarcity; Partial equilibrium model; Resource /Energy Economics and Policy;
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