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Lower crop yields and increased risks to human health will be two impacts of the climate crisis in Missouri, according to the EPA. Higher temperatures will contribute to greater concentrations of ground-level ozone, which stunts growth in crops such as soybeans and winter wheat, and leads to greater instances of asthma and other respiratory diseases in humans.

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Boyd, Rodney

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Casas, Kate

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Clarkston, Heath

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Grace, Brian

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Nelson, Doug

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Patek, Jewell

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Pollock, Zach

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Robbins, Brittany Hyatt

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Robbins, Thomas

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Scherr, Randy

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Simmons, Kelvin

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