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  • Cameron, Sydney A.; Marlin, John C. (Environmental Change Institute UIUC, 2010-06-15)
    How climate change may affect insect pollinator populations in the Midwest.

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  • Mulvaney, Richard (Environmental Change Institute UIUC, 2010-06-15)
    Nitrogen fertilizer use in conventional cropping reduces carbon sequestration in soil.

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  • Bullard, Clark (2010-06-15)
    Corridors of habitat running north to south could promote migration of wildlife populations threatened by climate shifts.

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  • Khanna, Madhu (Environmental Change Institute, 2010-06-15)
    How climate change, subsidies and competition from coal may affect the adoption of Miscanthus on Midwestern farms.

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  • Wander, Michelle; Ugarte, Carmen (Environmental Change Institute, 2010-06-15)
    How cover-cropping can maintain soil health and ecosystem services as the climate changes.

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  • Mueller, Steffen (Environmental Change Institute UIUC, 2010-06-15)
    Fueling cars with corn ethanol from northern Illinois has lower climate impact than gasoline.

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  • Ainsworth, EA; Gillespie, Kelly (Environmental Change Institute UIUC, 2010-06-15)
    How increased CO2 will affect yield of corn and soybeans. How that affect will change under drought conditions and increased pest pressure.

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  • Mallory, Mindy (Environmental Change Institute UIUC, 2010-06-15)
    How a Cap-and-Trade system could affect business and farms in the Midwest.

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  • Brawn, Jeff (2010-06-15)
    Climate change's various effects on bird populations in the Midwest.

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  • Pahre, Robert (Environmental Change Institute, 2010-06-15)
    Public lands may be better managed through free market environmentalism rather than the government command and control approach.

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  • Overbye, Thomas J. (Environmental Change Institute, 2010-06-15)
    How the smart grid enables the electric system to be more reliable and stabilizes energy prices while helping to reduce our impact on climate change.

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  • Suski, Cory D. (Environmental Change Institute, 2010-06-15)
    How fish and other aquatic wildlife will respond to changes in their aquatic habitat due to Climate Change.

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  • Wuebbles, Donald J.; Hayhoe, Katharine A. (Environmental Change Institute UIUC, 2010-06-15)
    How climate change will affect weather, growing seasons and crop productivity by the year 2050.

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  • Scheffran, Jürgen (Environmental Change Institute, 2010-06-15)
    How Climate Change is a threat multiplier of global instability due to resource constraints.

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  • Wesley, Jarrell (Environmental Change Institute, 2010-06-15)
    How climate change may affect food systems in the Midwest?

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  • Deal, Brian M.; Boyer, Robert (Environmental Change Institute, 2010-06-15)
    How urban planning and land use may accommodate the impacts of climate change.

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