More cultivated land due to climate change

A projected consequence of climate change is the increase of farmland and crop production in 1200 areas that will expand northward to eventually cover an average of three-quarters of the boreal regions by 2099. These well-known agricultural lands include large sections of Canada, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Russia and the United States. This was from a study led by Dr Adrian Unc, from Grenfell Campus, Memorial University Canada, together with collaborators which includes Professor Joseph Holden from the University of Leeds.

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