Including crop data could help improve regional climate modeling: study

Chinese researchers have developed a new model that combines crop data and climate models, which help increase its simulation capabilities.

The process of sowing, growing, and harvesting crops is affected by both human activity and climate, and the dynamic changes in crop growth also provide feedback about the local climate.

The model provides a tool for research on the relationship between crop growth and climate change.

The research is published in the journal Advances in Atmospheric Sciences.

Source: Radio Pakistan