Tapan Pathak, cooperative extension specialist in climate adaptation in agriculture at the University of California Division of Agriculture and Resources and UC Merced, will discuss the potentially devastating impacts of climate change on California’s $50 billion agriculture industry. These include more drought and flooding, severe heat waves, and plant diseases and pests, which could affect the viability of certain crops and reduce yields. Pathak led a team of researchers that published a paper on this issue in the journal Agronomy in February.
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Thursday, Jul 26, 2018 | 7:00 PM–8:30 PM
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