Climate Dependence and Food Problems in Russia, 1900-1990: The Interaction of Climate and Agricultural Policy and Their Effect on Food Problems

By Nikolai M. Dronin; Edward G. Bellinger | Go to book overview
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Figure 1.1. Ratio of grain production to demand in the regions of the Russian Federation, 19903
Figure 1.2. Main weather factors affecting agriculture in Russia7
Figure 1.3. Frequency of droughts in the Russian Federation9
Figure 3.1. Estimated grain balance in European Russia, 1900–191535
Figure 3.2. Gross grain production and scale of drought in European Russia, 1900–191545
Figure 3.3. Area affected by drought in 190148
Figure 3.4. Cereal yield in 190149
Figure 3.5. Area affected by drought in 190650
Figure 3.6. Cereal yield in 190651
Figure 3.7. Area affected by drought in 191152
Figure 3.8. Cereal yield in 191153
Figure 3.9. Cereal yield in 189156
Figure 4.1. Ratio of prices for agricultural and industrial products, 1922–192377
Figure 4.2. Scale of drought and grain production in European Russia, 1916–192881
Figure 4.3. Area affected by drought in 192083
Figure 4.4. Cereal yield in 192083
Figure 4.5. Area affected by drought in 192184
Figure 4.6. Cereal yield in 192185
Figure 4.7. Area affected by drought in 192488
Figure 4.8. Mortality rates in Saratovskaya province, 1921–192299
Figure 5.1. Grain production and scale of drought in the USSR, 1928–1940125
Figure 5.2. Area affected by drought in 1931127
Figure 5.3. Area affected by drought in 1936133

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