Effect of Climate Change on Supply Response of Florida Citrus Crops 1980-2010
A supply response model for the highest valued citrus commodities in Florida is specified to analyze the impact of climate change on acreage and yield responses. Preliminary results suggest that temperature has an impact on the acreage and yield responses whereas precipitation did not have any impact.
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