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Combining Longer Series Of Weather And Climate Data With Short Series Of Yield Data To Enhance Information About Yield Risk

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  • Gonzales, Clemen
  • Luo, Haiping
  • Skees, Jerry R.
  • Marchant, Mary A.

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This paper presents a methodology for adding longer series of weather data to short series on Yield data for the purpose of Improving knowledge about crop Yield risk Findings demonstrate that the weather during the past 33 years provide Yield forecast with significantly less risk than the past 95 years.

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  • Gonzales, Clemen & Luo, Haiping & Skees, Jerry R. & Marchant, Mary A., 1991. "Combining Longer Series Of Weather And Climate Data With Short Series Of Yield Data To Enhance Information About Yield Risk," Staff Papers 140275, University of Kentucky, Department of Agricultural Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:ukysps:140275
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