Agricultural Economics Department
Intertemporal and Interspatial Variability of Climate Change on Dryland Winter Wheat Yield Trends
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The importance of climate (temperature and precipitation) variability on Nebraska dryland winter wheat yield trend is examined. The use of short term (1956-1999) climatic divisional panel data (interspatial) and long term (1909-1999) state time series data (intertemporal) is to address the predictability power of estimating the yield trends accounting for climate variability.
Selected Paper, American Agricultural Economics Association Meetings, Tamps, Florida, July 30 –Aug 2, 2000. Copyright 2000 by Saleem Shaik and Glenn Helmers. Used by permission.