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Collaborations

The Oklahoma and Central Plains Agricultural Research Center has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

ASOMBRO INSTITUTE FOR SCIENCE EDUCATION, INC., LAS CRUCES, NM
  • Climate Change Education for Teachers and Students in the Southern Plains Climate Hub Region
  • BLUESTEM AGRILEARNING CENTER, INC, EL RENO
  • Climate Change Education for Teacher Professional Development
  • DIVISION OF AGRICULTURE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF, FAYETTEVILLE, AR
  • Using Natural Sources of Tannins to Mitigate Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Cattle Grazing Winter Annual Pasture
  • DS3 OUTREACH SOLUTION, LLC, MIDWEST CITY
  • Climate Conversations with Historically Underserved Farmers and Ranchers of Oklahoma
  • FPAC BUSINESS CENTER, WASHINGTON
  • Enhancement of Erosion Processes and Breach Prediction and Analysis Modules and Other Hydraulic and Hydrologic Support Tools
  • FUNDACION PARA EL ESTUDIO DE ESPECIES INVASIV
  • Characterization of Thecaphora frezzii Isolates in Argentina
  • KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY, MANHATTAN, KS
  • Increasing Water Productivity, Nutrient Efficiency and Soil Health in Rainfed Food Systems of Semi-Aris Southern Great Plains
  • Quantification of Breed Type by Environment Interactions for Growth, Carcass Yield, and Quality
  • Enhancement of Erosion Processes and Breach Prediction and Analysis Modules for Sites and WinDAM and Other Hydraulic and Hydrologic Support Tools
  • USDA-ARS Science Communication & Outreach Specialist for Agriculture and Climate in the U.S. Southern Plains
  • MARS,INC., CHICAGO, IL
  • Breeding and Deployment of Smut Resistant Peanut Cultivars
  • NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE, WASHINGTON, NE
  • Enhancement of WinDAM User Interface
  • Climate Mitigation Outreach and Education
  • NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE - NRCS, Washington, DC
  • Development of Engineering Tools, Design Guidance Documents, and Computational Software for Monitoring, Inspecting and Rehabilitating Aging Dams
  • NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY, RALEIGH, NC
  • Developing Integrated Geospatial Architectures to Support Enterprise Deployment of Geographic Information Systems Products at USDA
  • OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY, STILLWATER, OK
  • Development and Release of Improved Peanut Germplasm and Varieties for the U.S. Southern Plains
  • Quantifying the Effects of Growing System on the Carcass Yield from Beef Calves
  • Climate Conversation with NRCS and Conservation Partnership Personnel
  • Studies of Genetic Mechanisms of Sorghum Resistance to Aphids
  • Evaluating Wild-Derived Peanut Germplasm for Resistance to Aspergillus Seed Colonization
  • Oklahoma Center for Hydrological Integrated Monitoring, Modeling, and Mitigation
  • NRCS COMET-Planner Review of 2018 Farm Bill Conservation Programs in the Southern Plains to Determine Possible Greenhouse Gas Mitigation
  • Effects of Grazing Land Management on Soil Organic Carbon in the United States: A Climate Hubs-LTAR Science Synthesis and Translation Collaboration
  • Software and Database Development Related to Forage and Animal Production Systems
  • Operation of the ARS Micronet to Provide a Long-Term, High Spatial Resolution Climate Record for Study of Hydrologic and Agricultural Systems
  • Phenotyping for Pythium Pod Rot Resistance
  • Bacterial Endosymbiont Effects on Biology of Cereal Aphids and Key Natural Enemies in Cereal Agroecosystems
  • Dam Analysis Modernization of Tools, Applications, Guidance and Standardization (DAM-TAGS) Project
  • Wheat Breeding and Variety Development (Wheat Improvement Team)
  • Introgression of Aphid Resistance Genes from Ae. Tauschii into Bread Wheat
  • DAM-TAGS: A Continuation of Modernization of Decision Support Tools, Guidance, Standardization, Training, and Outreach
  • Evaluation of Advanced Breeding Lines and Current Peanut Varieties Performance Under Managed Conditions Across Oklahoma
  • Burning and Mowing to Increase Utilization of Little Bluestem in Mixed-grass Rangelands
  • X-ray System for Detecting Peanut Smut in Pods
  • Investigating Inheritance of Plant Architecture in Nimblewill
  • Determining the Host Suitability and If Cross-resistance Exists for Cereal and Grass Crops Infested by the Hedgehog Grain Aphid in the Great Plains
  • Validation and Delivery of Sugarcane Aphid + Natural Enemy Threshold Sampling Plans in Grain Sorghum
  • Evaluation of Advanced Breeding Lines and Current Peanut Varieties Performance Under Managed Conditions Across Oklahoma
  • Climate-informed Assessment of Water Availability and Adaptive Management for Cropping Systems in the Fort Cobb Reservoir Experimental Watershed
  • OKLAHOMA WATER RESOURCES BOARD, OKLAHOMA CITY, OK
  • Monitoring and Evaluating Water Resources in Upper Washita River Basin
  • REDLANDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE, EL RENO, OK
  • Stakeholder Development, Student Help, and Educational Opportunities Associated with the Southern Plains LTAR Network Site
  • TEXAS A & M UNIVERSITY KINGSVILLE, KINGSVILLE, TX
  • Developing Southern Plains Region Management And Resiliency Tools for Agricultural Systems (SMART Ag Systems)
  • TEXAS A&M AGRILIFE RESEARCH, COLLEGE STATION, TX
  • Prebreeding of peanut for resistance to root-knot nematodes and disease
  • Synthesis, Research & Outreach of Climate Change Mitigation Practices: A Research and Outreach Effort with Southern Plains Climate Hub & NRCS
  • Sorghum Aphid Ecological Model for Improved Areawide Pest Management
  • Rumen Microbial Communities in Forage-based Beef Stockering and Cow Management Systems in the Southern Great Plains
  • THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON, ARLINGTON
  • Development of an Analogue Weather Forecast Using Machine Learning and K Nearest Neighbor Algorithms
  • UNICOR, FEDERAL PRISON INDUSTRIES INC, Lexington, KY
  • Cooperative production of hay and other forage crops on USDA/ARS property at Grazinglands Research Laboratory in El Reno, OK
  • UNIVERSIDADE ESTADUAL DE MATO GROSSO DO SUL
  • Organomineral Fertilizers: A Sustainable Fertility Option for Farmers?
  • UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, URBANA, IL
  • Evaluation of Management Impacts on Water and Soil Quality using Distributed Hydrologic and Transport Models
  • UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI SYSTEM, COLUMBIA, MO
  • Missouri River Basin Water Resource Management
  • UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA, MISSOULA
  • Enhancing Climate-smart Disaster Relief in FSA Programs: Non-stationarity at the Intersection of Normal Grazing Periods and US Drought Assessment
  • UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA, NORMAN, OK
  • Climate Variability and Change in Central Oklahoma
  • Monitoring Climatic Changes in Northwest Oklahoma
  • Integrated Grassland and Cropland Observation Systems for Multi-Scale Observations Agroecosystem Processes
  • The Association Between the Conservation Reserve Program, Extreme Weather, Water Quality, and Economic Development in the Southern Plains
  • US GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION, BOSTON, MA
  • Memorandum of Agreement by and Between US Dept of Agriculture and The General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service, Energy Division
  • USDA, FAS, WASHINGTON, DC
  • Fertilize Right Initiative Research Projects
  • USDA, OCE, CCPO, WASHINGTON, DC
  • Enhancing Climate-smart Disaster Relief in FSA programs: Non-stationarity at the Intersection of Normal Grazing Periods and US Drought Assessment
  • USDA, OCIO, ENTERPRISE GEOSPATIAL MGMT OFFICE, Washington, DC
  • Developing a Conceptual Integrated Geospatial Architectures To Support Enterprise Deployment of Geographic Information Systems Products at USDA
  • VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE AND STATE UNIV, BLACKSBURG, VA
  • Develop and Evaluate Rapidly Deployable Inexpensive Sensors to Aid the Monitoring, Inspecting, and Rehabilitation of Aging Dams
  • WM. WRIGLEY JR. COMPANY, CHICAGO
  • Breeding for Resistance to Peanut Smut
  • WUHAN UNIVERSITY
  • Develop and Evaluate a Site-specific Climate Downscaling Tool for Climatic Impact Assessment