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There were many causes of the agrarian revolution, namely, a rapid increase in population and the changing climate. The rapid increase in population meant the the small "family groups" that consisted of maybe 25-40 people grew and split into smaller sizes and these groups then grew and split and so the cycle went on. All the time, their nomadic existences meant that they needed a very large area to hunt and gather food. However with the land area rapidly decreasing as the population of the world increased, something needed to give. The large game animals that people of this era had relied on were migrating due to the changes in climate and the changes this made in the local fauna, and this meant that people had to follow the animals in order to feed. This and other factors lead to the domestication of animals and plants and the start of agrarian civilisation.

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One effect was the industrial revolution, as people wanted modern mechanical machinery to help them harvest more crops

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The main advantages to the Agrarian Revolution were that farming became more efficient and food production was higher.

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Anything that affects agriculture has a direct impact on farmers. Farmers are the ones who grow the plants in the agricultural community.

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It advanced technology from hunting and gathering to farming. It also advanced inventions.

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