Agricultural and Forest Meteorology is an international journal for the publication of original articles and reviews on the inter-relationship between meteorology and the fields of plant, animal and soil sciences, ecology, and biogeochemistry The audience of the journal is meteorologists, soil scientists, agricultural hydrologists and agronomists. Abstracts are available online for free from 1996 onwards via Elsevier Science. Full-text is available to institutional and personal subscribers of ScienceDirect.
Areas burnt by fires will triple in the Iberian Peninsula by 2075
The impact of forest fires is growing on the Iberian Peninsula, and climate change is partly to blame. In order to evaluate the effect of an increase in temperatures, Spanish and Portuguese researchers have quantified the ...
Coffee production starting to decline
Scientists have provided the first on-the-ground evidence that climate change has already had a substantial impact on coffee production in the East African Highlands region, according to a recently published paper in Agricultural ...
Resin tapping modifications may yield greater production
After assessing the effects of climate on resin production, researchers from UPM suggest new techniques to optimize the results of this traditional industry and boost its development.
'Spycams' to help protect native trees and wildlife
Scientists are using 'spycams' as a cheap, accurate way to watch over Australia's native forests and woodlands as they come under increased pressure from climate change, feral animals and bushfires.
Potatoes could step up performance under climate change pressure
Research at the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) suggests that potatoes are still the go-to tuber when times get tough.
Study highlights climate food risk hotspots
The poorest societies may be more able to adapt to the threat climate change poses to food supplies than their slightly richer peers, a new study suggests.