JD Wulfhorst

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Over the past two decades, various organizations have promoted cacao agroforestry systems as a tool for biodiversity conservation in the Bribri-Cabécar indigenous territories of Talamanca, Costa Rica. Despite these efforts, cacao production is declining and is being replaced by less diverse systems that have lower biodiversity value. Understanding the(More)
To establish the basis for implementation of a producer education program, a social assessment of the willingness and barriers to adoption of a measure of feed efficiency in beef cattle [residual feed intake (RFI)] was conducted. A 35-question mailed survey was sent to 1,888 producers acquired from the stratified random sample of the Idaho Cattle(More)
The environment is both a setting for and a product of human interactions. Understanding the dynamic nature of human-environment interactions is critical for mitigating the impacts of human induced environmental change and understanding how the environment shapes social systems. Current research has focused on the reduced ability of many natural systems to(More)
Collaborative watershed group experiences reveal commonalities in their approaches to facilitate decentralized and inclusive watershed planning and management in the United States, and increasingly around the world. Although watershed groups are widely recognized in the United States for positive accomplishments across local, state, and regional scales, the(More)
Public health continues to evolve from its medical and epidemiological roots to include more comprehensive perspectives. Lifestyle, social networks and wellbeing should be considered important components of public health, in addition to more conventional factors such as environmental and medical conditions. We propose a theoretical model of public health to(More)
Citation: Antle JM, Mu JE, Zhang H, Capalbo SM, Diebel PL, Eigenbrode SD, Kruger CE, Stöckle CO, Wulfhorst JD and Abatzoglou JT (2017) Design and Use of Representative Agricultural Pathways for Integrated Assessment of Climate Change in U.S. Pacific Northwest Cereal-Based Systems. Front. Ecol. Evol. 5:99. doi: 10.3389/fevo.2017.00099 Design and Use of(More)
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