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Weather and Agriculture - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080122137, 9781483186115

Weather and Agriculture

1st Edition

Editor: James A. Taylor
eBook ISBN: 9781483186115
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1967
Page Count: 238
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Weather and Agriculture presents the major principles involved in the integrated study of weather and agriculture.
The book is divided into three sections. Part I discusses the aspects of environmental factors and their validity and measurement. Part II presents a selection of the weather hazards and their relation to agricultural practice. The last section focuses on productivity, the efficient maximization of available resources towards economic ends. Meteorologists, agriculturists, and pedologists will find the book invaluable.

Table of Contents


Editor's Acknowledgments

Introduction 1

'Aberystwyth' Memoranda

Part I. The Environment

Growing Season as affected by Land Aspect and Soil Texture

Soil Climate: Its Definition and Measurement

Validity of Soil Temperature Records

Wind as a Factor in Hill Climates

Part II. The Hazards

Weather and Farm Management Decisions

Weather Hazards and Milk Production

The Effect of a Severe Storm on 17 May, 1955 on a Bean Crop in Hampshire

The Influence of Climate and Weather on the Incidence of Plant Virus Diseases

Meteorology and Plant Physiology in Potato Blight Forecasting

The Use of Upper Air Data in relation to Plant Disease

Climatic Factors and Liver Fluke Disease

Part III. Productivity

Economic and Ecological Productivity under British Conditions: An Introduction

Grass Growing Days

Climatic Factors in the Development of Local Grass Conservation Techniques

Prehistoric Climate and Agriculture: A Review of Recent Paleo-Ecological Investigations

Problems of Agro-Climatic Relationships in Wales in the Eighteenth Century

Climate and Cropping in the Early Nineteenth Century in Wales

Marling Experiments to Measure the Modification of Soil Temperature Regimes and Relative Productivity of Lancashire Mosslands


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James A. Taylor

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