Monitoring crop diversity trends based on local knowledge: a protocol for data collection
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Projections based on agroclimatic models envision a dramatic decrease in the agricultural production at the global scale. However, these models focus on the major crops, and the diversity of crop species and landraces responses to climate change are poorly documented. This protocol has been designed to collect local level data on changes in crop related to climate, and resulting adaptations of farming communities.