Ohio farms more at risk as world warms, expert says

Dayton Daily News: Ohio should start preparing now for a hotter planet that puts a top industry, agriculture, at risk, according to the state's climatologist. Ohio State University geography professor and State Climatologist Jeffrey Rogers said weather extremes that already have hit Ohio are leading indicators of climate change. The state climatologist, an unpaid position, is designated by the federal government as the person to keep track of the state's climate data. Agriculture is estimated to be ......

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