Volume 256 Issue 5520, 28 August 1975

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    As fewer and fewer agricultural regions have supplied increasing amounts of the food consumed by the countries where population growth is greatest, there has been growing concern about how the climate of the next few decades may affect world agricultural productivity. Henry Lansford, of the National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado, reports.

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