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2018


Landscapes in Transiton, an Overview.

(2018)   E. Brooks

Citation:
Brooks, E,2018. Landscapes in Transiton, an Overview. . CHS Primeland Annual Expo, Lewiston, ID.


REACCH: Tools for Producers

(2018)   E. Brooks, D.K. Daley Laursen

Citation:
Brooks, E., D.K. Daley Laursen,2018. REACCH: Tools for Producers. CHS Primeland Annual Expo, Lewiston, ID.


Challenges and responses to ongoing and projected climate change for dryland cereal production systems throughout the world

(2018)   G. J. O’Leary, P. K. Aggarwal, D. F. Calderini, D. J. Connor, P. Craufurd, S. D. Eigenbrode, X. Han, J. L. Hatfield  |  External Link

Citation:
O’Leary, G. J., P. K. Aggarwal, D. F. Calderini, D. J. Connor, P. Craufurd, S. D. Eigenbrode, X. Han, and J. L. Hatfield. 2018. Challenges and responses to ongoing and projected climate change for dryland cereal production systems throughout the world. Agronomy for Sustainable Development 8:34; doi:10.3390/agronomy8040034.


Farmer to Farmer Mentoring: Multi-Media Case Studies Build Adaptive Capacity for Producers Across the Inland Pacific Northwest

(2018)   K. Painter, et al.

Citation:
Painter, K., et.al. 2018. Farmer to Farmer Mentoring: Multi-Media Case Studies Build Adaptive Capacity for Producers Across the Inland Pacific Northwest. Poster presented at Pacific Northwest Direct Seed Cropping Systems Meeting, Jan. 9-10, 2018, Kennewick, WA. 

2017


Advances in dryland farming in the Inland Pacific Northwest

(2017)   Andy Bary, Arash Rashed, Bertie Weddell, Bradley Stokes, Chad Kruger, Clark Seavert, David Crowder, David Huggins, Donald Wysocki, Edward Bechinski, Elizabeth Allen, Elizabeth Kirby, Frank Young, Georgine Yorgey, Haiying Tao, Ian Burke, et al.  |  External Link

Citation:
Yorgey, G.G., and C.E. Kruger, eds. 2017. Advances in dryland farming in the Inland Pacific Northwest, Washington State University Extension Publication, Pullman, WA.


Leading large transdisciplinary projects addressing social-ecological systems: A primer for project directors

(2017)   Eigenbrode, S.D., T. Martin, Lois Wright Morton, J. Colletti, P. Goodwin, R. Gustafson  |  External Link

Citation:
 Eigenbrode, S.D., T. Martin, Lois Wright Morton, J. Colletti, P. Goodwin, R. Gustafson, et al. 2017. Leading large transdisciplinary projects addressing social-ecological systems: A primer for project directors.  https://nifa.usda.gov/leading-transdisciplinary-projects.


Determining the impact of the exotic earthworm, Aporrectodea trapezoides on nitrogen allocation between native and exotic grasses

(2017)   A. Adegbite, J. Johnson-Maynard, T. Prather, K. Kahl

Citation:
Adegbite, A., J. Johnson-Maynard, T. Prather, K. Kahl. 2017. Determining the impact of the exotic earthworm, Aporrectodea trapezoides on nitrogen allocation between native and exotic grasses. Annual meeting of the Ecological Society of America. Portland, OR. Aug. 6-10.


Identifying the Impacts of Soil Acidification ob Phosphorus Availability and Transport in Surface Runoff

(2017)   A. Green

Citation:
Green, A. 2017. Identifying the Impacts of Soil Acidification ob Phosphorus Availability and Transport in Surface Runoff. Undergraduate Research Presentation Symposium, August 8, 2-017. Moscow, ID.


Aphids as Crop Pests in Changing Landscapes

(2017)   A. Paskus

Citation:
Paskus, A. 2017. Aphids as Crop Pests in Changing Landscapes. Undergraduate Research Presentation Symposium, August 8, 2017. Moscow, ID.


Climatic and physiographic controls of spatial variability in surface water balance over the contiguous United States using the Budyko relationship

(2017)   Abatzoglou, J. T. and D.L. Ficklin  |  External Link

Citation:
Abatzoglou, J. T. and D.L. Ficklin, 2017, Climatic and physiographic controls of spatial variability in surface water balance over the contiguous United States using the Budyko relationship. Water Resources Research, doi:10.1002/2017WR020843

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