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Mission of the ARE Update:
ARE Update is a bimonthly magazine published by the University of California Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics for the purpose of providing wide dissemination of research results and expert opinion from faculty and graduate students in agricultural and resource economics at UC Davis and UC Berkeley. Update targets a lay audience of policy makers, Cooperative Extension advisors, agribusiness managers, and other professionals interested in agricultural, resource, environmental, and development economics.
ARE Update, Vol. 18, No. 1, Sep/Oct, 2014 : Special Issue - Climate Change: Challenges to California's Agriculture and Natural Resources
- Carter, Colin A. . "Introduction to the Issue."
- Santer, Benjamin. "The "Shape of Things to Come" for California’s Climate and Agriculture."
- Auffhammer, Maximilian. "Estimating Impacts of Climate Change on California’s Most Important Crops."
- Olmstead, Alan L. and Paul W. Rhode. "Can We Adapt to Climate Change? Lessons from Past Agricultural Challenges."
- Howitt, Richard. "Water, Climate Change, and California Agriculture."
- Zilberman, David and Scott Kaplan. "An Overview of California’s Agricultural Adaptation to Climate Change."
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