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Coming in to the foodshed
Bioregionalists have championed the utility of the concept of the watershed as an organizing framework for thought and action directed to understanding and implementing appropriate and respectfulExpand
Tasting Food, Tasting Sustainability: Defining the Attributes of an Alternative Food System with Competent, Ordinary People
Initiatives intended to create alternatives to the conventional, industrialized, global food system are now emerging. Conceptual framings of alternative food systems have been based principally onExpand
Extent of Kentucky Bluegrass and Its Effect on Native Plant Species Diversity and Ecosystem Services in the Northern Great Plains of the United States
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It is found that invasion of Kentucky bluegrass may bring negative consequences to ecosystem services, such as pollination, habitat for wildlife species, and alteration of nutrient and hydrologic cycles, among others. Expand
Principles of integrated agricultural systems: Introduction to processes and definition
Abstract Agriculture has been very successful in addressing the food and fiber needs of today's world population. However, there are increasing concerns about the economic, environmental and socialExpand
THE GREEN SEA TURTLE, CHELONIA MYDAS (LINN.) IN MALAYA AND SARAWAK
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There is a pronounced annual cyclical variation in the intensity of breeding, with a marked heavy season around June, July, and August, and the existence of a definite peak breeding season is thought to relate to the adaptive advantage of a habit of synchronous breeding aggregation in a widely ranging species. Expand
Effects of Grazing Pressure on Efficiency of Grazing on North American Great Plains Rangelands
Abstract Comparisons of stocking rates across sites can be facilitated by calculating grazing pressure. We used peak standing crop and stocking rates from six studies in the North American GreatExpand
Estimating forage quantity and quality using aerial hyperspectral imagery for northern mixed-grass prairie
Abstract Sustainable rangeland stewardship calls for synoptic estimates of rangeland biomass quantity (kg dry matter ha− 1) and quality [carbon:nitrogen (C:N) ratio]. These data are needed to supportExpand
Coming into the Foodshed
Bioregionalists have championed the utility of the concept of the watershed as an organizing framework for thought and action directed to understanding and implementing appropriate and respecOCulExpand
Dynamic cropping systems: an adaptable approach to crop production in the Great Plains
Research to integrate the vast array of information needed by producers to make decisions allowing them to remain sustainable in our ever-changing agricultural environment is in its infancy. PresentExpand
Interactions in integrated US agricultural systems: The past, present and future
Abstract During the 20th century, American agriculture underwent dramatic changes. At the beginning, farms were more diverse, dependent on animal traction, on-farm inputs and income and, afterExpand
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