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- Toledo, David, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Journal of soil and water conservation 2016 v.71 no.1 pp. 5A-8A
- agroecosystems; arid lands; data collection; drought; grazing; indigenous species; long term experiments; prairies; rangelands; research; resource management; scientists; social change; soil water; steers; weight gain; North Dakota
- ... A century ago, a small group of scientists at Mandan, ND set out to answer a very practical question: how many acres of native prairie does it take to sustainably support a steer during the grazing season? Part of that original experiment continues today as one of the longest running experiments in North America. In addition to answering the original question, scientists gathered some of the first ...
- Toledo, David, et al. Show all 32 Authors
- Aeolian research 2016 v.22 pp. 23-36
- Agricultural Research Service; Natural Resources Conservation Service; U.S. Department of the Interior; cropland; databases; deserts; dust emissions; environmental impact; governmental programs and projects; information networks; land use; managers; meteorological parameters; models; prediction; rangelands; research programs; scientists; sediment transport; soil properties; vegetation structure; vegetation types; wind erosion; Western United States
- ... The National Wind Erosion Research Network was established in 2014 as a collaborative effort led by the United States Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service and Natural Resources Conservation Service, and the United States Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Land Management, to address the need for a long-term research program to meet critical challenges in wind erosion resea ...