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Ice Age, worse food crisis seen
Publication:Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file) - Chicago, Ill.
Author:Yates, Ronald
Date:Oct 30, 1974
 Abstract (Document Summary)

The world's famine problems are going to gat worse before they get better--mainly because the Earth is entering a mini Ice Age, an American professor warned the Asian Food Production Conference here Tuesday.


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