What is the role of climate change in exacerbating soil salinization?

Climate change can exacerbate soil salinization through increased evaporation, reduced rainfall, and rising sea levels. These changes can lead to the accumulation of salts in soils, rendering them less fertile and suitable for agriculture. Implementing sustainable land management practices and promoting soil conservation are essential for mitigating soil salinization and ensuring soil productivity in a changing climate.

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