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Long-Term Agroecosystem Research Network; agricultural products; cropland; decision making; ecological restoration; ecosystem services; environmental quality; environmental stewardship; input costs; models; outreach; pastures; production technology; rangelands; scientists; society; stakeholders; sustainable agricultural intensification; uncertainty; United States
... Sustainable intensification is an emerging model for agriculture designed to reconcile accelerating global demand for agricultural products with long-term environmental stewardship. Defined here as increasing agricultural production while maintaining or improving environmental quality, sustainable intensification hinges upon decision-making by agricultural producers, consumers, and policy-makers. ...
Agricultural Research Service; air temperature; databases; instrumentation; monsoon season; rain; runoff; snow; snowmelt; storms; stream flow; subwatersheds; summer; temporal variation; water supply; watershed hydrology; Arizona; Idaho
... The U.S. Department of Agriculture–Agricultural Research Service, Northwest and Southwest Watershed Research Centers have operated the Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed (RCEW) in southwestern Idaho and the Walnut Gulch Experimental Watershed (WGEW) in southern Arizona since the 1950s. Each watershed is densely instrumented with a variety of hydrometeorological instrumentation and has multiple ...