Climate and Agriculture in the Southeast

Summer 2014 near normal in temperature for Georgia; fall and winter outlook clouded by El Nino uncertainty

Georgia was close to normal in temperature for summer 2014.  Most stations reported temperatures within one degree of normal, with slightly below normal temperatures dominating in the wetter northern half of the state and slightly above normal temperatures occurring in the drier southern half.  Precipitation amounts were drier than normal…
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Chinese barbecue, pollution and impacts on US weather patterns

Several articles this week linked pollution in Asia to impacts on agriculture across the world.  As you probably know, pollution in China has caused significant health issues locally, including adverse impacts on local crops.  But according to an article on pollutionpolllution.com, many eyebrows are being raised at China’s attempt to…
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