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Collaborations

The Agroecosystems Management Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

CARTHAGE INNOVATIVE SWINE SOLUTIONS, LLC, Carthage
  • Inherent Variation in Oxidative Stress Measures in Breeding and Lactating Gilts and Correlation to Measures of Sow Lifetime Productivity
  • DSM NUTRITIONAL PRODUCTS, Parsippany, MD
  • Inherent Variation in Oxidative Stress Measures in Breeding and Lactating Gilts and Correlation to Measures of Sow Lifetime Productivity
  • Interactive Effects of Mycotoxins, Peroxidized Soybean Oil, and Oxidized Protein on Measures of DNA, Lipid, and Protein Damage in Nursery Pigs
  • FOUNDATION FOR AGRONOMIC RESEARCH, Washington, GA
  • Coordinated Network of Sites for Studying the Impacts of 4R Nitrogen Management on Crop Production and Nutrient Loss
  • IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY, Ames
  • Evaluation of Saturated Buffers as a Conservation Drainage Practice for Treating Agricultural Subsurface Drainage
  • IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOL, AMES, IA
  • Cooperative Agreement on Institutional Biosafety Committee
  • IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLO, AMES, IA
  • Support and Enhancement of CEAP Databases
  • Elements: Agricultural Cyber-infrastructure Support for Field and Grid Modeling, and Runtime Decision-making
  • Support NRCS States to Use and Adopt the Agricultural Conservation Planning Framework (ACPF) for Watershed Planning
  • Watershed-scale Phosphorus Inputs from Streambanks
  • Utilizing the Iowa State University Animal Care and Use Committee
  • Inherent Variation in Oxidative Stress Measures in Breeding and Lactating Gilts, and Correlation to Measures of Sow Lifetime Productivity
  • NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE, Washington, NE
  • Support NRCS States to Use and Adopt the Agricultural Conservation Planning Framework (ACPF) for Watershed Planning
  • NRCS, Washington, DC
  • Meta-analysis of Soil Indicator Variables for the Soil Management Assessment Framework (SMAF)
  • UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN SYSTEM, PLATTEVILLE, WI
  • Crop and Water Sustainability in Upper Mississippi River Basin Agroecosystems
  • Agroecosystem Sustainability in Upper Mississippi River Basin: Crop, Soil, and Water Resources