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The Impacts of Changes of Temperature and Precipitation Amount on Red Pepper Yields
Cho, Jae-Hwan; Suh, Jeong-Min; Kang, Jum-Soon; Hong, Chang-Oh; Kim, Jin-Ho; Lee, Sang-Gyu;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this article is analyzing the impacts of climate change on red pepper yield in Korea, with employing a panel data regression model. Our results show that there is a negative impacts of high temperature and precipitation amount on red pepper yields. Especially high temperature and rainfall in July cause serious damage to red pepper yield. According to the reduction schedule on greenhouse gas emission(RCP 8.5 scenario.), red pepper yield would be 25.4% lower than it is, for reasons of high temperature and rainfall damages by the end of 21st century.
 Keywords
Red pepper yield;Negative impacts of high temperature and rainfall;Panel data regression model;
 Language
Korean
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이상기후에 따른 건고추 생산농가의 총수입 변화 계측,조재환;서정민;강점순;홍창오;임우택;신현무;김운원;

Journal of Environmental Science International, 2014. vol.23. 4, pp.707-713 crossref(new window)
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