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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Collaborations

The Rangeland Resources & Systems Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

ARCHBOLD EXPEDITIONS, Venus, FL,
  • Collaborative Long-Term Agro-ecosystem Research (LTAR) Efforts: Livestock Grazing in Rangelands and Pastures

  • BOARD OF REGENTS OFTHE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, NE,
  • Enhancing Decision-Making by Agricultural Producers in Nebraska with Weather Variability: Reducing Enterprise Risk and Increasing Resilience

  • COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY, FORT COLLINS, CO,
  • Inter-Compare and Improve Soil-Crop Models for Evaluating Effects of Climate Change and Adaptations on Production and Natural Resources

  • Enhancing Decision-Making by Agricultural Producers in Colorado with Weather Variability: Reducing Enterprise Risk and Increasing Resilience

  • Implications of Climatic Variability on Agricultural Productivity and Resource Conservation in Semiarid Agro-Ecosystems

  • Adaptive Grazing Management to Sustain Beef Production and Bird Diversity in Rangeland Ecosystems

  • Rangeland Modeling: Forage Forecasting, Livestock Behavior and Performance

  • CROW VALLEY LIVESTOCK COOPERATIVE INC, EATON, CO,
  • Adaptive Grazing Management Strategies for Semiarid Rangelands

  • Increase Ecological and Managerial Knowledge Pertaining to the Shortgrass Steppe Ecosystem

  • DOI-BLM-WYOMING STATE OFFICE, WORLAND, WY,
  • Seeds of Success and Global Change: Using Native Diversity for Long-Term Revegetation Success

  • MARK EISELE, CHEYENNE, WY,
  • Vegetation, Soil, and Livestock Gain Responses to Grazing Management Studies

  • MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY,INC, BOZEMAN, MT,
  • Enhancing Decision-Making by Agricultural Producers in Montana with Weather Variability: Reducing Enterprise Risk and Increasing Resilience

  • NASA/GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER, GREENBELT, MD,
  • Climate Change Baseline Assessment Using Merged, Root-Zone Soil Moisture Product (Soil MERGE, SMERGE)

  • NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE, WASHINGTON DC, DC,
  • Adaptive Grazing Management to Sustain Beef Production and Bird Diversity in Rangeland Ecosystems

  • NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE, Fort Worth, TX,
  • Science-Based Decision Support Tool for Land Managers to Enhance Climate-Informed Decision Making Regarding Short- and Long-Term Effects of Drought

  • NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY, FARGO, ND,
  • Enhancing Decision-Making by Agricultural Producers in North Dakota with Weather Variability: Reducing Enterprise Risk and Increasing Resilience

  • REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, THE, Boulder, CO,
  • Adaptive Grazing Management to Sustain Beef Production and Bird Diversity in Rangeland Ecosystem

  • SOUTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY, BROOKINGS, SD,
  • Enhancing Decision-Making by Agricultural Producers in South Dakota with Weather Variability: Reducing Enterprise Risk and Increasing Resilience

  • THUNDER BASIN GRASSLANDS PRAIRIE ECOSYSTEM, DOUGLAS, WY,
  • Improved Management to Balance Production and Conservation in Great Plains Rangelands

  • UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING, LARAMIE, WY,
  • Enhancing Decision-Making by Agricultural Producers in Wyoming with Weather Variability: Reducing Enterprise Risk and Increasing Resilience

  • Collaborative Long-Term Agro-ecosystem Research (LTAR) Efforts in the High Plains and Thunder Basin

  • USDA, NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE, Washington, DC,
  • Technical Support for NRCS Users of WEPS, the Wind Erosion Prediction System

  • USDA, NRCS, Washington, DC,
  • WEPS Web-based Wind Erosion Science Development and NRCS Technology Transfer Using WEPS

  • USDA, OEC, CLIMATE CHANGE PROGRAM OFFICE, Washington, DC,
  • Workshops on Building Blocks for Mitigation: USDA Northern Plains Regional Climate Hub

  • Last Modified: 09/21/2017
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