What are the effects of famine?

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The effects of famine may be immediate or long term in nature. Famine affects agriculture which in turn leads to inadequate food security causing starvation among human beings and animals. Famine also causes conflicts in the society due to competition for the available resources.
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A famine is a serious or acute shortage of anything and other words used to describe famine include scarcity, dearth, deprivation and hunger. Famine is shortage of food that is serious
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Over a million people died, a further million emigrated. The population fell from about 8.5 million to 6.5 million.
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Which famine are you talking about? The actual great famine took place in I believe the 14th century, marking the effects of a change in climate called the Little Ice Age. The Great
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Poor centralized planning. People were given land they didn't know what to do with and people that should have been growing food were smelting iron instead.
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