Source: IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY submitted to
CLIMATE CHANGE, MITIGATION, AND ADAPTATION IN CORN-BASED CROPPING SYSTEMS
Sponsoring Institution
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
Project Status
TERMINATED
Funding Source
Reporting Frequency
Annual
Accession No.
0224740
Grant No.
2011-68002-30190
Project No.
IOW05290
Proposal No.
2015-02323
Multistate No.
(N/A)
Program Code
A3101
Project Start Date
Mar 1, 2011
Project End Date
Feb 28, 2017
Grant Year
2015
Project Director
Morton, L. W.
Recipient Organization
IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
2229 Lincoln Way
AMES,IA 50011
Performing Department
Sociology
Non Technical Summary
The United States has a social and economic corn-based system that supports the very successful production of food, fuel, and fiber. However, this system imposes a number of unintended environmental consequences, among them contributions to hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico and production of greenhouse gases (GHGs). Increased climate uncertainty and change are likely to exacerbate environmental impacts and threaten long-term sustainability and resilience unless mitigation and adaptive strategies are identified and implemented. More than 1/3 of the North Central Region farms produced corn in 2007 on over 76.3 million acres, with nearly half of these acres tile drained. Our collective Land Grant Universities and the Agricultural Research Service Centers have a several decades-long and productive history of studying soil and agronomic processes by monitoring and experimenting with interactions between nitrogen (N) and plant growth, N loss and water fluxes, soil organic carbon (C) storage in relation to soil quality and crop yields, and tillage systems as best management practices for N loss, C storage contributions and water flux, and soil and soil organic C loss. Despite this scientific legacy, gaps remain in this body of work, particularly with respect to climate variation and climate extremes. This project addresses the fragmented research on corn-based systems by uniquely integrating individual, discipline-based findings into a trans-disciplinary and multi-state functional network that connects current and future scientists, farmers, educators, and extension specialists and facilitates learning and exchange of expert and local knowledge. A team from 12 institutions across nine states will address these gaps and the agronomic and societal challenge to mitigate and adapt the North Central corn-based cropping system to climate change. The vision is to create a coordinated functional network to develop science-based knowledge on climate mitigation and adaptation that informs policy development and guides on-farm, watershed level, and public decision making. Standardized protocols and a network of 21 carefully selected sites will be used to provide baseline measurements on GHGs, C, N, and water usage data and to evaluate a suite of crop management practices. These practices include tillage, cover crops, crop rotations, drainage water management, and enhanced N management techniques. Data from these sites will be archived in a central database and used in conjunction with public climate data. Physical, climate, sociological, and economic models will be applied in an iterative way to establish strengths and weaknesses of a set of cropping practices. Life cycle analyses, social, and economic findings will be used to develop public policy recommendations and engage producers and stakeholders in managing for climate uncertainty and environmental sustainability. This project integrates research, extension, and education; builds capacity for extension to address climate change needs of stakeholders; and prepares the next generation of scientists for interdisciplinary research on the intersection of agriculture and climate.
Animal Health Component
80%
Research Effort Categories
Basic
20%
Applied
80%
Developmental
(N/A)
Classification

Knowledge Area (KA)Subject of Investigation (SOI)Field of Science (FOS)Percent
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1121510106013%
1321510207013%
2161510113010%
4051510205013%
6051510301013%
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9031510308010%
Goals / Objectives
Despite a long and productive history of studying soil and agronomic processes by many research institutions, gaps in knowledge exist with respect to climate variation and extremes. These gaps include knowledge about coupled cycling of carbon (C), nitrogen (N), and water; the effects on C, N, and water fluxes of corn systems management practices; and the willingness of the agricultural community to adopt practices to manage risk and enhance long-term sustainability. This project addresses these gaps and builds a framework for science-based policy and decision making through five long-term objectives. (1) Develop standardized methodologies for estimating C, N, and water footprints of corn production in the North Central region and perform baseline monitoring. Soil quality, C sequestration, greenhouse gases (GHGs), inorganic N, and soil water will be measured and correlated with agronomic indicators for sites across the region. A set of codified protocols will be developed and personnel will be trained to gather accurate and comparable data. These data will be archived in a publicly available database. (2) Perform field tests across 21 baseline sites in eight states to evaluate the impacts of a suite of crop management practices on C, N, and water footprints. Measurements from control plots will be compared to plots employing a suite of practices that have promise in reducing GHGs and N in tile flow and potential acceptability to farmers. Practices include no-till, extended crop rotations, drainage water management, cover crops, and canopy N-sensors. Data will be archived in the database. (3) Apply climate and physical models to synthesize results from the field tests and extend them to predict climate and economic scenarios. These include DAYCENT for coupling crop and climate models, the Soil Landscape Interface Model for extending results to farm scale, and SWAT to extend these models to the watershed level and incorporate economic land-use models with physical and climate models. (4) Perform comprehensive life cycle analyses of proposed practices and evaluate the socio-economic-environmental willingness of producers to adopt new cropping systems through feedback loops between social science research, biophysical field research, monitoring, and modeling of production systems. (5) Integrate education, extension, outreach, and stakeholder participation across all aspects of the program, focusing on place-based education and outreach programs. Farmers will participate via I-FARM, an interactive tool to analyze the economic, agronomic, and social acceptability of the practices. These objectives will build a high-functioning, regionally coordinated network of science-based research, extension, and education that will inform decision and policy making. Outputs will include codified standard protocols for data collection and researchers trained in these methodologies; regional data and information for stakeholders; integration of farmer knowledge and experience with research knowledge to guide future research; trained students, teachers, and extension educators; peer-to-peer farmer watershed groups; and Extension and peer-reviewed publications.
Project Methods
The project creates a region-wide coordinated functional network to develop science-based knowledge. The research team is comprised of soil scientists, extension field specialists, sociologists, anthropologists, economists, agricultural engineers, modelers, and climatologists. An external advisory board with broad managerial, producer, industry, and scientific expertise will provide advice and serve as a network into important stakeholder groups. The research team will establish protocols, train field researchers, and collect baseline C, N, and water usage data from 21 plots across the network. The plots are representative of the range of soil types, topographies, climates, and tile drainage systems across the North Central corn region. Data from these control plots will be compared to results from plots subjected to a suite of crop and tillage management practices. The team will develop a Central Database for collection, quality control, and archival of project data. Process models, historical data, and climate projections will be combined with project data to calibrate biophysical models at ever-larger scales: field, farm, landscape. The models will be used to perform "what if" analyses about observed climate variability and projected climate change. A landscape-scale modeling system will be developed to integrate economic land use models with biophysical models and projections from regional climate models. This framework will be used to determine the optimal targeting of cover crops, drainage management, and other practices within a corn-based cropping system under possible environmental goals. The team will also analyze the social, economic, and environmental acceptability of adaptive and mitigative cropping systems, which will inform the development of the feedback loops between the field research, monitoring, and production systems modeling. Social science research and education, extension, and outreach activities will inform the development of policy and programming to encourage the adoption of appropriate systems. Education, extension, outreach, and stakeholder participation will be integrated across all aspects of the project. A multi-pronged approach will use focused, place-based educational opportunities that incorporate inquiry and interactive learning strategies at all levels (9-12, undergraduate, graduate, extension, stakeholders) to increase learning and foster a new generation of scientists, farmers, entrepreneurs, and citizens. The team will develop Grade 9-12 Climate Discovery Modules; short courses for college credit; student internships; Extension-facilitated participatory exchanges; farmer-led watershed groups; and graduate student training, mentoring, and career development. Information will also be disseminated via eXtension and a project website. All education and extension activities will incorporate formative and summative evaluations, and the project will engage an independent body to ensure the project is on track to meet all milestones. Measures of success will also include papers, collaborations, competitive grants, on-farm management changes, and numbers of students in learning activities and career training.

Progress 03/01/11 to 02/28/17

Outputs
Target Audience:The CSCAP team has had six key audiences with each receiving attention and efforts for Y5-Y6 reporting period: (1) all team members; (2) CSCAP graduate students; (3) affiliated undergraduate students; (4) agricultural stakeholders including farmers and the agribusiness industry; (5) citizen stakeholders including high school students; and (6) the scientific community. First, the team actively worked to develop individual team members through cross-training of others' disciplines, scientific discovery, and team science exercises that built transdisciplinary capacity. Second, the team focused on uniquely training CSCAP graduate students to emerge from their programs with the ability to comprehend complex societal and environmental challenges from a multi-pronged cross disciplinary and stakeholder collaborative approach. Third, internship opportunities, mentoring, and employment within laboratories and field research experiments allowed several inlets for undergraduate students to work alongside and learn from team scientists. Fourth, the team's extension educators built relational networks and worked to build knowledge of and adaptation to a changing climate among farmers and agribusiness stakeholders in their respective states. Fifth, the team conducted non-formal learning events to educate and build capacity among high school teachers. Sixth, the team worked hard to discover new science and understanding behind the physical and social factors influencing the capacity for corn-based cropping systems to mitigate and adapt to a changing climate; these findings have been (and will continue to be) communicated through societal presentations, refereed journals, and technical reports. Changes/Problems: Nothing Reported What opportunities for training and professional development has the project provided?The CSCAP team has included a diverse set of expertise and specialties across the faculty, postdoctoral researchers, topic-based specialists/technical staff, graduate students, and undergraduate students. A total of 133 undergraduate students, 86 graduate students (29% minority and 49% women), and 19 postdoctoral researchers (74% minority and 10% women) have been members of this team; this equates to a total of 3701 months for this cohort of next generation scientists. Our team's next generation cohort in Y5 and Y6 included 54 graduate students and 11 post-doctoral scientists. The numbers reported for FTE and CIP in this REEport are less since they only include the final year (Y6) individuals. During Y1-Y5, four graduate students were elected by their cohorts to serve as graduate student representatives and members of the Leadership Team. These student leaders worked to connect graduate students to the opportunities within the CSCAP graduate student body and facilitate transdisciplinary engagement. Each student served a one-year appointment: Andrea Basche, PhD student, Iowa State University: 2012-2013 Lindsay Pease, PhD student, The Ohio State University: 2013- 2014 Gabrielle Roesch-McNally, PhD student, Iowa State University: 2014-2015 Samuel Haruna, PhD student, Lincoln University: 2015-2016 Graduate students completed outstanding work and were active, contributing members as well as represented our team in professional meetings and USDA functions such as past Project Director meetings (2014: Andrea Basche, Iowa State University, and Lindsay Pease, The Ohio State University) and invited to participate in PINEMAP annual meeting and participate in the graduate student discussions (2014: Gabrielle Roesch-McNally, Iowa State University, and Chris Eidson, The Ohio State University). At our 2015 team meeting, graduate student posters were part of a competition with the top 3 awarded for excellence: 1st: Mike Dunbar (Iowa State University), 2nd: Chris Eidson (The Ohio State University), and 3rd: Trevor Frank and Joe Rorick (Purdue University). Awarding of the top posters each year has been a highly successful means to recognizing our student scientists and acknowledging their excellence. Several of the students have also received awards at their Universities as well as conferences. Graduate students have been involved in the successful publication of 66 journal articles which they have authored/co-authored to-date including an article solely authored by them in the 2014 special issue of Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. How have the results been disseminated to communities of interest?The team has been productive with a Y5 & Y6 total of 88 refereed journals, 20 MS thesis, 12 PhD dissertations, 22 proposals, 5 books or book chapter, 13 extension publications, 334 conference presentations, 113 extension presentations, 3 education webinars, 4 education camp, 5 websites, 22 project reports or promotional pieces, 2 white papers, 14 blog entries, 21 popular press pieces (such as Corn and Soybean Digest and Successful Farming), 4 University press, 5 radio and TV spots, 8 videos, and 6 news releases. The outputs included with this REEport are a subset of the total listed here of Y5 and Y6 outputs due to space limitations. These outputs are in addition to those already reported in previous REEports for Years 1-4. The team website (www.sustainablecorn.org) had an increase in number of unique visitors (up 16%) with 31,516 page views in Y5. We initiated an effort to make our informational and instructional products available to target audiences (farmers, agricultural advisors, Extension educators and high school teachers) post-project. Sixty of our fact sheets, white papers, the Resilient Agriculture magazine and videos are available at the Iowa State University Extension online store and to seven other Extension online stores who are partners with this project. Efforts to sustain or increase communication with key external target audiences in Y5 included: Ongoing blogposts made bi-weekly on current topics through partnership with U2U. Ongoing Twitter messaging made several times/week. Target audience was farmers and agricultural advisors. Ongoing YouTube channel where all the project videos for public viewing including new videos highlighting graduate student research. Distribution of our "Resilient Agriculture" magazine at conferences and workshops. This 48-page magazine contained 21 articles by our team members with 520 print copies distributed to-date and available electronically. A news release publicizing the team's special issue of the Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. Project research published in practitioner and farmer magazines including The Progressive Farmer and CSA (Crops, Soils Agronomy) News. The project has had a number of high profile outcomes and impacts making the work of the project visible. The print and media products from the Resilient Agriculture National Conference held August 5-7, 2014 in Ames, Iowa was repurposed in magazine articles, presentations, and other media. The 48-page color magazine published for the national conference with the farmer audience in mind highlighted project findings and was awarded an Extension Education Materials Award of Excellence from the American Society of Agronomy. A project-wide effort was the publication of key research in the Journal of Soil and Water Conservation (JSWC) November-December 2014 issue on Climate and Agriculture at http://www.jswconline.org/. Two years in the making, 14 of the 20 articles were authored all or in part by CSCAP researchers and graduate students. These articles netted more than 26,000 total accesses by users to-date including abstract views, PDF downloads. As a result of the success of the 2014 Special Issue, the Soil and Water Conservation Society invited CSCAP to develop a second Special Issue on Sustainability of Corn, based on our project recommendations, for submission in 2016 and publication in 2017. The team's publication guidelines for how research data and findings are published (including recognizing USDA funding sources) have been used extensively in the preparation, submission, and publication of project findings and shared widely with other USDA-NIFA projects who are just beginning multi-disciplinary work. The project has had broad scientific impacts with the development of standardized protocols for measuring C, N, and water in corn-based cropping systems. It has also built extensive partnerships with the 25x'25 Alliance, North American Climate Smart Agriculture, USDA U2U project, USDA Climate Hubs, NOAA-NIDIS, and USDA National Agricultural Library; impacts that ensure the project findings, publications and products are widely shared in scientific and non-scientific communities. The project has also established professional networks that will have future impacts on the development of new proposals, increased collaboration across-region and state, extension programming around climate, weather, and agriculture, and overall increased robustness in larger scale research and dissemination of findings. The legacy of the networks our 86 graduate students have developed is just beginning to be realized by the students themselves as they seek post-graduate careers, prepare manuscripts for publication, and explore applications of their science with extension and agricultural stakeholders. Team members have been purposeful in extending team findings and information out to farmers, crop consultants, extension personnel, scientific community, and other key stakeholders throughout the region and nationally. The team has presented the findings of the team to-date, to 97,919 individuals. What do you plan to do during the next reporting period to accomplish the goals? Nothing Reported

Impacts
What was accomplished under these goals? IMPACT: The US produces 41 percent of the world's corn; of which more than 60 percent is grown in the upper Midwest, known as the Corn Belt. An increasingly variable climate and increases in frequency and intensity of rainfall in the Corn Belt threaten crop production and degradation of soil and water resources. The Third National Climate Assessment projects continuing climate disruptions to agriculture over the next 25 years and calls for accelerated adaption and mitigation efforts to address negative impacts of climate change. This project conducted research and published science findings and increased distribution of science-based knowledge of 1) the efficacy of certain farm management practices to make corn-based cropping systems more resilient, and 2) factors that promote and factors that impede adoption of the practices. Research data, from the management practices being studied, were collected over 5 years from 35 field research sites throughout the project area and integrated with climate science data. The management practices were evaluated by multi-disciplinary teams of project researchers. The practices were: corn-soybean rotation, cereal rye cover crops within the corn-soybean rotation, extended an diverse crop rotations, organic corn cropping system, drainage water management, canopy nitrogen sensing, tillage management (no-till and conventional), and landscape position. In years Y1-Y5 we completed research experiments and gathered final year of data from the field including plant and soil samples, conducting laboratory analyses, and performing quality control of data for entry into the central database. Synthesis and modeling of primary and secondary data was done, with 154 papers reporting team findings in scientific outlets. Cross-disciplinary integration and knowledge exchanges of data and findings occurred, to address more complex human-natural system research questions resulting in 41 published papers meeting integration criteria of co-authored by two or more disciplines and institutions. Graduate education of 86 project students occurred, with several events designed to guide them into the next phases of their careers. The highlight of Y5 and Y6 team outcomes was the analysis and synthesis of project data which resulted in: 119 workgroup-based recommendations; 59 synthesized recommendations focused on issue of carbon, nitrogen, water, stakeholders, climate, and pests; and 17 highly integrated concepts. These findings and recommendations were published and distributed in 5 technical reports to extend scientific findings to extension educators, farmers, policymakers, agricultural sector, and science educators. The team leveraged substantial additional funding building on the CSCAP project science, infrastructure, and relationships. The $20,000,000 in support given by our original USDA-NIFA grant has now been more than doubled by additional grants and contracts awarded to project PIs. These grants are complementary funds pursued by PIs to enhance CSCAP research and extension efforts. An additional $15,734,231 of leveraged dollars were committed for Years 1-5, with another $9,924,592 in post project years, for a total of $25,658,823 in leveraged funding. Across all objectives, some of the major accomplishments included:Reviewed, analyzed and synthesized data across years to identify emerging management practices, weather conditions, and soil properties that appear to be particularly influential on greenhouse gas emissions, agronomic productivity, soil quality and health, pest pressures, and overall carbon, nitrogen, and water footprints of these cropping systems. Synthesis occurred within workgroups on a temporal and spatial scale that has (and will continue to) produced findings and recommendations of high impact for the scientific community; Data team completed field site quality review and preparation for deposition into the USDA National Agricultural Library for public access. Have curated metadata and facilitated the entry of one-off datasets/metadata. Completed development of data libraries to describe metadata, treatments, and measured data to ensure standard interpretation and understanding. Developed calibration practices necessary for model predictive robustness under current and future climate; future impact prediction robustness requires a wide range of calibration conditions. Connected landscape water transport and quality modeling efforts with socioeconomic data from the HUC6 hydrologic units. Continued economic modeling to examine implications of conservation practices on cost and necessary economic incentives to meet nutrient reduction goals across the upper Mississippi. Continued to develop life cycle assessment models using site data to evaluate management practices at all sites and to identify trade-offs across the range of life cycle impact categories. Continued to integrate climate model projections into the team's modeling in order to evaluate the impacts of management practices under future climate projections, with focus on mid-century (ca. 2050). The interview transcript database from in-depth interviews of 159 farmers was structured and coded thematically to evaluate farmer perspectives on project emphasis practices to complement farmer survey data analysis. Analyzed data from the Y2 random sample survey of 4,778 Corn Belt farmers from 22 HUC6 watersheds across 11 states including joint work with USDA Useful to Useable (U2U) project were used for four CSCAP graduate student dissertation chapters and publications. Conducted second assessment of 159 project farmers on i) agronomic practices on two of their fields to compare 2015 to their baseline 2012 practices, and ii) survey of farm practices and responses to changing climate conditions. Met with U2U scientists to develop content and structure of a technical report for the North Central Region LGU extension leadership that synthesizes the social science of the two projects and lessons learned from extension. The intention of this report is to guide more robust Extension climate and agriculture programming post USDA projects. Carried out series of locally adapted presentations to extend project information, most often focusing on cover crops, nitrogen timing, no-tillage, and soil health. Print and video products for agricultural stakeholders around soil and carbon, water, climate, extended rotations, and tillage posted to SustainableCorn.org website and online Extension stores at 7 universities. For an example, see https://store.extension.iastate.edu/Topic/Crops/Climate-and-Agriculture. 31 graduate students and post-doctoral associates developed posters and one-page research summaries and planned a two-day program in October 2015 to meet with USDA personnel, government leaders, elected officials and NGOs in Washington, DC to share their project research and learn about career opportunities in government post-graduation. Project graduate students were coached in preparing post-graduation resumes, communicating science via written and spoken means, and collaborating with internal and external partners to academia, and via a spring webinar series "Practical Tools and Information for Emerging Scientists" highlighting 7 speakers. Science and agricultural education teachers were engaged in learning opportunities to understand how land surfaces processes and cropping systems impact climate and are impacted by climate change using local and regional agriculture examples. Conducted three one-week Climate Education Camps for teachers at Lincoln University, South Dakota State University, and The Ohio State University. Knowledge about climate change science was promoted via NCSE CAMEL virtual site which targets secondary teachers; CSCAP materials were populated to CAMEL as a reference on agriculture and climate.

Publications

  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Marcillo, G. 2016. An updated review of cover crops on corn productivity. 2016 production agriculture symposium: cover crops, economic and environmental management. University of Minnesota. Mar. 23, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Valcu-Lisman, A., C. Kling, P. Gassman, J. Arbuckle, Y. Panagopoulos and R. Arritt. 2016. An anticipated farmer's response to climate change: impact on landscape and water quality. University of Northern Iowa Geography Department, Cedar Falls, IA. Feb. 4, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Cruse, R. 2016. Water quality: Why such a challenge? Arkansas Annual Water Conference. Fayetteville, AR. July 26, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Kladivko, E. 2015. Managing cover crops for improved soil health and water quality. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Dick, W. 2016. Gypsum as a soil amendment and Its potential benefits for soil, crops and water quality. Aides of US Congressman Jim Renacci, Wooster, OH. Apr. 05, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Dick, W. 2016. Gypsum as a soil amendment and Its potential benefits for soil, crops and water quality. American Society of Agronomy (ASA) sponsored Webinar. Jan. 20, 2016
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Moore, R. 2014. Producing the future of global agriculture. Roundtable at the American Anthropological Association Meeting. Dec. 3, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Oyamada, S., T. Hasebe, S. Kitani, S. Park, W. Fan and R. Moore. 2015. Changes and range of variation of views of nature--An international comparative survey. Proceedings of the 17th Academic Conference of the Japanese Society of Environmental Symbiosis. Apr. 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Scharf, P. 2015. Greenseeker gold. SouthWest Agricultural Conference, Ridgetown, Ontario, Canada. Jan. 6, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Scharf, P. 2015. Nitrogen knowledge!. SouthWest Agricultural Conference, Ridgetown, Ontario, Canada. Jan. 6, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Scharf, P. 2015. Graduate student stats workshop. SouthWest Agricultural Conference, Ridgetown, Ontario, Canada. Jan. 6, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Scharf, P. 2015. Nitrogen knowledge!. SouthWest Agricultural Conference, Ridgetown, Ontario, Canada. Jan. 7, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Anex, R. 2015. The bioenergy water nexus. ASABE Annual International Meeting, New Orleans, LA. July 28, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Davis, V. 2014. Herbicide resistance in Wisconsin corn and soybean: Take action. University of Wisconsin, Agronomy/Soils Field Day, Arlington, WI. Aug. 27, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Roesch-McNally, G. and J. Arbuckle. 2015. Is it the soil or is it the weather? Corn Belt farmers conservation behavior motivations and adaptation strategies. Rural Sociological Society Annual Conference, Madison, WI. Aug. 8, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Roesch-McNally, G., A. Basche, R. Clay, J. Tyndall, T. Bowman, J. Arbuckle and F. Miguez. 2014. Cover crops as a gateway to greater conservation in Iowa?: Integrating crop models, field trials, economics and farmer perspectives regarding soil resilience in light of climate change. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA. Dec. 15-19, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Roesch-Mcnally, G., J. Arbuckle and J. Tyndall. 2015. Soil health as integrative concept: Farmer adaptation to climate change and on-farm resiliency. Climate & CAP Next Generation Scientists Poster Symposium, Washington, DC. Oct. 15, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Roesch-McNally, G., J. Arbuckle and J.C. Tyndall. 2015. Is it the soil or is it the weather? Corn Belt farmers conservation behavior motivations and adaptation strategies. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Roesch-McNally, G., J. Arbuckle and J.C. Tyndall. 2016. Soil health as an integrative concept: Farmer adaptation to climate change and on-farm resiliency. Soil as Infrastructure Special Session at Dimensions of Political Ecology Annual Conference, Lexington, KY. Feb. 27, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Sawyer, J.E., J.L. Pantoja and D.W. Barker. 2014. Corn nitrogen rate response and crop yield in a rye cover crop system. In: Proceedings Forty-Fourth North Central Extension-Industry Soil Fertility Conference, Des Moines, IA. Nov. 19-20, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Schott L., C. Pederson and M. Helmers. 2015. Effects of drainage water management on crop yield, drainage volume, nitrate loss, and planting date in Southeastern Iowa. ASABE Annual International Meeting, New Orleans, LA. July 26-29, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Arbuckle, J. 2016. Understanding farmer perspectives on climate change to inform engagement strategies for adaptation (and mitigation?). Iowa Forum on Supply Chain Sustainability. Des moines, IA. Apr. 19, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Arbuckle, J. 2016. Understanding farmer perspectives on climate change to inform engagement strategies for adaptation (and mitigation?). Natural Resources Conservation Service Bi-National (Mexico-US) Climate Change Meeting. July 18, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Arbuckle, J. and G. Roesch-McNally. 2015. CSCAP-U2U social science research: What have we learned, and so what?. CSCAP Extension Annual Meeting, Davenport, IA. May 19, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Arbuckle, J. and G. Roesch-McNally. 2015. Iowa farmer perspectives on soil health. NRCS Soil Health Communications National Net Conference Webinar, Oct. 1, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Arbuckle. J. and G. Roesch-McNally. 2015. Farmer perspectives on soil health. Soil and Water Conservation Society Conference, Greensboro, NC. July 28, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Arbukcle, J. 2015. Social economic. CSCAP Annual Conference, Nebraska City, NE. Aug. 3-4, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Arritt, R. 2015. Trends in Iowa climate. Hazard Mitigation Planning Workshop: Iowa Homeland Security and Emergency Management Department, Windsor Heights, IA. July 14, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Arritt, R. 2015. Northern Great Plains precipitation in a suite of regional climate simulations. Workshop on High-Resolution Climate Modeling in Northern Great Plains, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Boulder, CO. Sept. 25, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Arritt, R. 2015. Northern Great Plains precipitation in a suite of regional climate simulations. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA. Dec. 14-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Panday, D. And N.V. Nkongolo. 2015. Effect of soil air and water on greenhouse gases emissions in a corn-soybean rotation. Agriculture and Climate Change - Adapting Crops to Increased Uncertainty Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Feb. 15-17, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Panday, D. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2015. Comparison of methods for predicting pore space indices in corn and soybean field. 147th Annual Meeting of the Kansas Academy of Science, Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, KS. Mar. 2728, 2015
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Panday, D. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2015. Comparisons of methods for predicting pore space indices in corn and soybean field. 51st Annual Meetings of Missouri Academy of Science, Missouri State University, St. Joseph, MO. Apr. 17-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Panday, D. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2016. Effect of soil and crop management practices on soil pore space tortuosity and gas diffusion coefficient. 52nd Annual Missouri Academy of Sciences, Jefferson City, MO. Apr. 22-23, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Prater, B. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2016. Statistical and geostatistical analysis of soil properties in a farmer field in Osage county. 52nd Annual Missouri Academy of Sciences, Jefferson City, MO. Apr. 22-23, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Rai, D. and N. Nkongolo. 2015. Comparison between gas chromatograph and photo acoustic methods for measuring CO2 and N2O emissions in corn-soybean field. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Rai, D. and N. Nkongolo. 2015. CO2 and N2O Emissions in a corn/soybean field as affected by cropping practices and method of measurement. 6th Multidisciplinary Science Forum, University of California-Davis, Medical Center Campus, Sacramento, CA. Nov. 5-6, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Rai, D. and N. Nkongolo. 2015. Comparison between gas chromatograph and photo acoustic methods for measuring CO2 and N2O emissions in corn-soybean field. Climate & CAP Next Generation Scientists Poster Symposium, Washington, DC. Oct. 15, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Rai, D. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2015. Comparison between gas chromatograph (GC) and photoaccoustic (PAS) methods for measuring CO2 and N2O emissions in corn-soybean field. 147th Annual Meeting of the Kansas Academy of Science, Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, KS. Mar. 2728, 2015
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Rai, D. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2015. Comparison between gas chromatograph (GC) and photoaccoustic (PAS) methods for measuring CO2 and N2O in corn and soybean field. 51st Annual Meetings of Missouri Academy of Science, Missouri State University, St. Joseph, MO. Apr. 17-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Schott, L., M. Helmers, C. Perderson and A. Lagzdins. 2015. Effects of drainage on crop yield, soil water content, drainage volume, nitrate loss, and planting date in southeastern Iowa. Climate & CAP Next Generation Scientists Poster Symposium, Washington, DC. Oct. 15, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Schott, L.R., C. Pederson and M. Helmers. 2015. Effects of drainage on crop yield, soil water content, drainage volume, nitrate loss, and planting dates in Southeastern Iowa. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Sines, T.R., C.J. Anderson and R.W. Arritt. 2015. Improving prediction of mesoscale convective systems with convective parameterization. 15th Conference on Mesoscale Processes, American Meteorological Society, Boston, MA. Aug. 3-6, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Sklenar, T.J. and R.M. Cruse. 2015. Management practices and soil infiltration in central Iowa. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Taylor, S.E. and R.W. Arritt. 2015. Drought and nutrient export challenges to Midwest grain production. Workshop on Migration of Agriculture as One Path to Sustainability, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO. Oct. 21-23, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Waring, E. 2015. Quantifying the impacts of tillage on cover crop growth, nitrogen uptake, soil moisture, and soil temperature. ASABE Annual International Meeting, New Orleans, LA. July 26-29, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Waring, E., A. Lagzdins, C. Pederson and M.J. Helmers. 2016. Quantifying the impacts of tillage and cover crops on nitrate-N concentration in leachate. ASABE Annual International Meeting. Orlando, FL. Jul 17-20, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Basso, B. 2016. Modeling climate change impact of US Corn production. International N workshop, Skara, Sweden. June 27-29, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Quigley, M., A. Kravchenko and M. Rivers. 2015. The effect of cover crop biomass on row-crop yields in a rotational system is mediated through topographical features. Long Term Ecological Research ASM Meeting, Estes Park, CO. Aug. 30 -Sept. 2, 2015.
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Arbuckle, J., J.C. Tyndall and E. Sorensen. 2015. Iowans perspectives on targeted approaches for multiple-benefit agriculture. Iowa State University Extension Sociology, Technical Report No. 1038. Ames, IA.
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Frescoln, L. and W. Miller. 2015. 2014 climate and agricultural workshop summary report.
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Kling, C.L., R. Arritt, G. Calhoun, D.A. Keiser, J.M Antle, J. Arnold, M. Carriquiry, I. Chaubey, P. Christensen, B. Ganapathysubramanian, P. Gassman, W. Gutowski, T.W. Hertel, G. Hoogenboom, E. Irwin, M. Khanna, P. M�rel, D. Phaneuf, A. Plantinga, P. Preckel, S. Polasky, S. Rabotyagov, I. Rudik, S. Secchi, A. Smith, A. Vanloocke, C. Wolter, J. Zhao and W. Zhang. 2016. Research needs and challenges in the FEW system: Coupling economic models with agronomic, hydrologic, and bioenergy models for sustainable food, energy, and water systems. "A white paper prepared for the National Science Foundations Food, Energy, and Water Workshop held at Iowa State University. Mar. 26, 2016."
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Laws, L. 2015. Climate and corn CAP next generation scientists' research summaries. CSCAP Next Generation Scientists's Research Summaries Booklet. Pub. No. CSCAP-0191-2016.
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Laws, L. 2016. Postcard - ISU extension online store - Legacy products. CSCAP Handout. Publication no. CSCAP-0189-2016.
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Laws, L. 2015. Poster symposium handout: Next generation scientists in D.C. CSCAP Next Generation Scientists's Research Summaries Booklet. Pub. No. CSCAP-0187-2015.
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Loy, A., J. Hobbs, J.G. Arbuckle Jr., L. Wright Morton, L. Stalker Prokopy, T. Haigh, T. Knoot, C. Knutson, A. Saylor Mase, J. McGuire, J. Tyndall and M. Widhalm. 2015. Stat atlas one page promo. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems, Iowa State University, Ames, IA. Pub. No. CSCAP-0168-2014.
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Morton, L.W. and A. Wilke. 2016. Roles of scientists in communicating soil science. CSCAP Research Handout. Pub. No. CSCAP-0190-2016.
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Project. 2015. Year 4 CSCAP Top 10 Accomplishments (Executive Summary). Climate and Corn-based Cropping Systems Coordinated Agricultural Project. Pub. No. CSCAP-0162-2015.
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Project. 2016. Year 5 CSCAP Top 10 Accomplishments (Executive Summary). Climate and Corn-based Cropping Systems Coordinated Agricultural Project. Pub. No. CSCAP-0188-2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Rai, D. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2016. Measurements of carbon dioxide emissions from corn/soybean field using photoaccoustic infrared spectroscopy and gas chromatography. 52nd Annual Missouri Academy of Sciences, Jefferson City, MO. Apr. 22-23, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Sharma, M. and N. Nkongolo. 2015. Short term effects of soil management practices on corn yield (tillage, cover cropping and rotation). From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Sharma, M. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2015. Effect of tillage, cover crop and rotation on corn yield and nutrients uptake. 147th Annual Meeting of the Kansas Academy of Science, Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, KS. Mar. 2728, 2015
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Sharma, M. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2015. Effect of four years of tillage, cover crop and crop rotation on corn yield. 51st Annual Meetings of Missouri Academy of Science, Missouri State University, St. Joseph, MO. Apr. 17-18, 2015.
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Project. 2015. Organic research overview - 2014. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems, Iowa State University, Ames, IA. Pub. No. CSCAP-0168-2015.
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Project. 2015. Project extension informational handout. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems, Iowa State University, Ames, IA. Pub. No. CSCAP-0166-2015.
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Project. 2015. Communicating products planning worksheet. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems, Iowa State University, Ames, IA. Pub. No. CSCAP-0167-2015.
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Valcu, A., P. Gassman, C. Kling and R.W. Arritt. 2016. Cost-Effectiveness of reverse auctions for watershed nutrient reductions in the presence of climate variability. Final Report to the Iowa Water Center. Center for Agricultural and Rural Development, Iowa State University, Ames, IA.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Waring, E., L. Schott, A. Lagzdinis, C. Pederson and M. Helmers. 2015. Quantifying the impacts of tillage on cover crop growth, nitrogen uptake, soil moisture, and soil temperature. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Waring, E., L. Schott, A. Lagzdins, C. Pederson and M. Helmers. 2015. Quantifying the impacts of tillage on cover crop growth, nitrogen uptake, soil moisture, and soil temperature. Climate & CAP Next Generation Scientists Poster Symposium, Washington, DC. Oct. 15, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Wilke, A. and L.W. Morton. 2015. The past matters: communicating climate science for agricultural decision support. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Wilke, A. and L.W. Morton. 2015. Communicating climate science for agricultural decision support. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Wilke, A. and L.W. Morton. 2015. The past matters: Communicating climate science for agricultural decision support. Climate & CAP Next Generation Scientists Poster Symposium, Washington, DC. Oct. 15, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Wright Morton, L. 2015. It's about science. CSCAP Annual Conference, Nebraska City, NE. Aug. 3-4, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Wright Morton, L. and L. Abendroth. 2015. Opening and integration. CSCAP Annual Conference, Nebraska City, NE. Aug. 3-4, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Bowling, L. 2014. Soil function and hydrologic modeling of poorly drained soils across spatial scales. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA. Nov. 2-5, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Frank, T. and E. Kladivko. 2014. Soil physical properties under a corn-soybean rotation using no-tillage and a Cereal Rye (Secale cereale L.) cover crop. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA. Nov. 2-5, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Frank, T., J. Rorick and E. Kladivko. 2015. Cereal rye (Secale cereale L.) cover crop effects on cash crops and soil properties in southeastern Indiana. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Frank, T., J. Rorick and E. Kladivko. 2015. Using a cereal rye (Secale cereale L.) cover crop to mitigate effects of climatic stresses on a corn-soybean (Zea mays L.  Glycine max L. Merr.) rotation in Indiana. Climate & CAP Next Generation Scientists Poster Symposium, Washington, DC. Oct. 15, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Frankenberger, J. and L. Bowling. 2015. Drainage water management. CSCAP Annual Conference, Nebraska City, NE. Aug. 3-4, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Hughes, C., J. Frankenberger and L. Bowling. 2015. Developing soil moisture metrics to assess yield impacts of drainage water management in the Midwest. Agricultural and Biological Engineering Graduate Student Annual Symposium, Purdue University, West Lafayette. IN. Feb. 26, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Hughes, C., L. Bowling, J. Strock, J. Frankenberger, L. Zhang, L. Pease, L. Schott, N. Fausey, M. Helmers and E. Kladivko. 2015. Assessing yield impact of drainage water management based on soil moisture. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Wright Morton, L., L. Abendroth, R. Anex, J. Arbuckle, R. Arritt, M. Castellano, R. Cruse, J. Frankenberger, M. Helmers, E. Kladivko, M. ONeal, P. Scharf, B. Basso, L. Bowling, W. Dick, N. Fausey, A. Gassmann, D. Herzmann, P. Gassman, C. Kling, A. Kravchenko, R. Lal, J. Lauer, F. Miguez, D. Mueller, E. Nafziger, N. Nkongolo, P. Owens, J. Sawyer, J. Strock, J. Tyndall and M. Villamil. 2016. Climate and Managing Corn-Soybean Agroecosystems I: Findings, Implications and Recommendations. Technical Report Series: Findings and Recommendations of the Climate and Corn-based Cropping Systems Coordinated Agricultural Project. Vol 1 of 5. CSCAP Publication no. CSCAP-0195-2016.
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Wright Morton, L.W., L.S. Prokopy, J.G. Arbuckle, Jr., C. Ingels, M. Thelen, R. Bellm, D. Bowman, L. Edwards, C. Ellis, R. Higgins, T. Higgins, D. Hudgins, R. Hoorman, J. Neufelder, B. Overstreet, A. Peltier, H. Schmitz, J. Voit, C. Wegehaupt, S. Wohnoutka, R. Wolkowski, L. Abendroth, J. Angel, T. Haigh, C. Hart, J. Klink, C. Knutson, R. Power, D. Todey and M. Widhalm. 2016. Climate Change and Agricultural Extension; Building Capacity for Land Grant Extension Services to Address the Agricultural Impacts of Climate Change and the Adaptive Management Needs of Agricultural Stakeholders. Technical Report Series: Findings and Recommendations of the Climate and Corn-based Cropping Systems Coordinated Agricultural Project. Vol 3 of 5. CSCAP Publication no. CSCAP-0192-2016.
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Lekies, K. 2015. 2014 graduate fall webinar series evaluation report.
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Lekies, K. 2015. 2015 graduate spring webinar series evaluation report.
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Laws, L. 2016. Lois Wright Morton. AgriClimate Connection (CSCAP & U2U Blog). Dec. 24, 2015. http://sustainablecorn.org/blog/?p=756
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Laws, L. 2016. Climate change in the Corn Belt. AgriClimate Connection (CSCAP & U2U Blog). Apr. 06, 2016. http://sustainablecorn.org/blog/?p=771
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Lekies, K. 2015. 2015 climate camp evaluation report.
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Lekies, K. 2015. 2015 summer course at Stone Laboratory evaluation report.
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Lekies, K. 2016. "2016 CSCAP Next Generation Scientists meeting Washington, DC evaluation report.
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Moore, R. 2015. The role of water quality trading in achieving clean water objectives. Written Testimony, US Congress House of Representatives Transportation Committee on Water Resources. Hearing on Water Quality Trading. Mar. 25, 2015.
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Basche, A.D. 2015. Cover crops and climate change: The value of modeling. AgriClimate Connection (CSCAP & U2U Blog). Feb. 18, 2015. http://sustainablecorn.org/blog/?p=647
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Dubinsky, R. [Project, Lois Wight Morton cited]. 2016. In conversation with #WomeninAg: Dr. Lois Wright Morton USDA Blog. Dec. 14, 2015. http://blogs.usda.gov/2015/12/14/in-conversation-with-womeninag-dr-lois-wright-morton/#more-62379
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Ingels, C. 2014. Extending the rotation beyond corn and beans. AgriClimate Connection (CSCAP & U2U Blog). Nov. 24, 2014. http://sustainablecorn.org/blog/?p=614
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Laws, L. 2015. Climate and ag research by next generation scientists. AgriClimate Connection (CSCAP & U2U Blog). Oct. 7, 2015. http://sustainablecorn.org/blog/?p=747
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Laws, L. 2016. Corn project findings. AgriClimate Connection (CSCAP & U2U Blog). Jan. 27, 2016. http://sustainablecorn.org/blog/?p=764
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Laws, L. 2016. Effectively engaging producers in conservation conversations. AgriClimate Connection (CSCAP & U2U Blog). Jan. 27, 2016. http://sustainablecorn.org/blog/?p=761
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Laws, L. 2016. Saturated buffers improving Iowa water quality. AgriClimate Connection (CSCAP & U2U Blog). Apr. 27, 2016. http://sustainablecorn.org/blog/?p=775
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Laws, L., M. Prokopy and J. Kriva. 2013-2016. AgriClimate Connection. AgriClimate Connection (CSCAP & U2U Blog). http://sustainablecorn.org/blog/
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Arbuckle, J.G. and G. Roesch-McNally. 2015. Cover crop adoption in Iowa: The role of perceived practice characteristics. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, Special Cover Crops Issue. 70(6): 418-429. http://dx.doi.org/10.2489/jswc.70.6.418
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Basche, A. T.C. Kaspar, S.V. Archontoulis, D.B. Jaynes, T.J. Sauer, T.B. Parkin and F.E. Miguez. 2016. Soil water improvements with the long-term use of a winter rye cover crop. Agricultural Water Management. 172: 40-50. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.agwat.2016.04.006
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Basche, A.D., S.A. Archontoulis, T.K. Kaspar, D.B. Jaynes, T.B. Parkin and F.E. Miguez. 2016. Simulating long-term impacts of cover crops and climate change on crop production and environmental outcomes in the Midwestern United States. Agriculture, Ecosystems and the Environment. 218: 95-106. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.agee.2015.11.011
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Castellano, M.J., K.M. Mueller, D.C. Olk, J. Sawyer and J. Six. 2015. Integrating plant litter quality, soil organic matter stabilization and the carbon saturation concept. Global Change Biology. 21(9): 3200-3209. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/gcb.12982
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Cerezo-Mota, R., T. Cavazos, R. Arritt, A. Torres-Alavez, K. Sieck, G. Nikulin, W. Moufouma-Okia and J. A. Salinas-Prieto. 2015. CORDEX-NA: Factors inducing dry/wet years on the North American Monsoon region. International Journal of Climatology. 36(2): 824-836. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/joc.4385
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Dunbar, M., A. Gassmann and M. O'Neal. 2016. Effects of field history on corn root injury and adult abundance of northern and western corn rootworm (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). Journal of Economic Entomology. 163: 2096-2104. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/jee/tow163
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Dunbar, M., A. Gassmann and M. O'Neal. 2016. Increased risk of insect injury to corn following rye cover crop. Journal of Economic Entomology. 109: 1691-1697. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/jee/tow101
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Frescoln, L. and J. Arbuckle. 2015. Changes in perceptions of transdisciplinary science over time. Futures. 73: 136-150. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.futures.2015.08.008
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Goeken, R., X. Zhou and M. Helmers. 2015. Comparison of timing and volume of subsurface drainage under perennial forage and row crops in a tile-drained field in Iowa. Transaction of American Society of Agriculture and Biological Engineering. 58(5): 1193-1200. http://dx.doi.org/10.13031/trans.58.10054
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Haigh, T., L.W. Morton, L. Prokopy, C. Knutson, M. Lemos, Y. Lo and J. Angel. 2015. Agricultural advisors as climate information intermediaries: Exploring differences in capacity to communicate. Weather, Climate, and Society. 7(1): 83-93. http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/WCAS-D-12-00036.1
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Iqbal, J., D. Mitchell, F. Miguez, J. Sawyer, J. Pantoja, D. Barker and M.J. Castellano. 2015. Does nitrogen fertilizer rate to corn affect N2O emissions from the rotated soybean crop?. Journal of Environmental Quality. 44: 711-719. http://dx.doi.org/10.2134/jeq2014.09.0378
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Morton, L.W., J. Hobbs, J. Arbuckle and A. Loy. 2015. Upper midwest climate variations: Farmer responses to excess water risks. Journal of Environmental Quality. 44(3): 810-822. http://dx.doi.org/10.2134/jeq2014.08.0352
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Morton, L.W., S. Eigenbrode and T. Martin. 2015. The architecture of adaptive integration: Coordinated Agricultural Projects. Ecology and Society. 20(4): 5. http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-07788-200405
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Panagopoulos, Y., P.W. Gassman, R.W. Arritt, D.E. Herzmann, T.D. Campbell, A. Valcu, M.K. Jha, C.L. Kling, R. Srinivasan, M. White and J.G. Arnold. 2015. Impacts of climate change on hydrology, water quality and crop productivity in the Ohio-Tennessee River Basin. International Journal of Agricultural and Biological Engineering. 8(3): 36-53. https://ijabe.org/index.php/ijabe/article/view/1497/pdf_1
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Hughes, C., L. Bowling, J. Strock, J. Frankenberger, L. Zhang, L. Pease, L. Schott, N. Fausey, M. Helmers and E. Kladivko. 2015. Quantifying differences in soil moisture due to drainage water management. ASABE Annual International Meeting, New Orleans, LA. July 26-29, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Kladivko, E. 2015. Cover crops and soil health. Indiana CCA Conference, Indianapolis, IN. Dec. 16, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Kladivko, E. 2015. Making drainage decisions. Kentuckiana Conference, French Lick, IN. Dec. 1, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Kladivko, E. 2016. Cover crops, soil health, and resiliency. Southwest Agriculture Conference (SWAC), Ontario, Canada. Jan. 5-6, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Kladivko, E. 2016. Cover crops to improve soil health and reduce soil erosion. Midwest Cover Crops Council annual meeting, Madison, WI. Feb. 23-24, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Kladivko, E. 2016. Cover crops: Water quality, soil health, and crop productivity. University and Industry Consortium semi-annual meeting, Columbus, OH. Apr. 13, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Kladivko, E. and A. Basche. 2015. Cover crops. CSCAP Annual Conference, Nebraska City, NE. Aug. 3-4, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Kladivko, E.J., A. Kravchenko, M. Helmers, D. Herzmann, L.J. Abendroth, W. Dick, N. Nkongolo, J.E. Sawyer and P. Scharf. 2016. Evaluation of a winter cereal cover crop at ten sites across the US Cornbelt. ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Annual Meeting. Phoenix, AZ. Nov. 6-9, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Lee, C., L. Bowling and J. Frankenberger. 2015. Corn Belt tile drainage: Simulating drainflow timing and volume with the variable infiltration capacity (VIC) macroscale hydrologic model. Agricultural and Biological Engineering Graduate Student Annual Symposium, Purdue University, West Lafayette. IN. Feb. 26, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Lee, C., L. Bowling and K. Cherkauer. 2016. Modeling Corn Belt drainage: Regional controls on volume, timing, and variability. Transforming Drainage Annual Meeting, West Lafayette, IN. Mar. 29-31, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Neufelder, J. 2015. Economic benefits of cover crops. 4 County SWCD Breakfast, Evansville, IN. Jan. 29, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Neufelder, J. 2015. Benefits and uses of cover crops in a corn/soybean rotation. Cover Crops Field Day, Knox County, IN. Need date.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Neufelder, J. 2015. Cover crops. Agribusiness representatives Meeting, Evansville, IN.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Owens, P.R. and J. Ashtekar. 2015. Digital soil mapping to create functional soil maps. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Rorick, J., T. Frank and E. Kladivko. 2015. Soil physical properties as affected by a cereal rye (Secale cereale L.) cover crop in a corn-soybean rotation in Indiana. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Rorick, J.D. and E.J. Kladivko. 2016. Cereal rye (Secale cereale L.) cover crop impacts on soil physical and chemical properties in Southeastern Indiana. ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Annual Meeting. Phoenix, AZ. Nov. 6-9, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Saadat, S., J. Frankenberger and L. Bowling. 2015. Drainage water management effect on water table recession rate. Agricultural and Biological Engineering Graduate Student Annual Symposium, Purdue University, West Lafayette. IN. Feb. 26, 2015.
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Maaz, G. 2015. Corn Belt farmers attitudes toward responses to increased weather variability. AgriClimate Connection (CSCAP & U2U Blog). June 29, 2015. http://sustainablecorn.org/blog/?p=711
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Roesch-McNally, G. 2016. Corn Belt farmers managing weather-related risks through greater soil stewardship. Blog, Union of Concerned Scientists, Science for healthy planet and safer world. Apr. 25, 2016. http://blog.ucsusa.org/science-blogger/corn-belt-farmers-managing-weather-related-risks-through-greater-soil-stewardship
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Roesch-McNally, G. 2016. Corn Belt farmers managing weather related risks through greater soil stewardship. Guest Blog for Union of Concerned Scientists. Apr. 25, 2016. http://blog.ucsusa.org/science-blogger/corn-belt-farmers-managing-weather-related-risks-through-greater-soil-stewardship.
  • Type: Other Status: Other Year Published: 2016 Citation: Roesch-McNally, G. 2016. Extending climate change science: Can we learn from the Midwest extension lessons? Agriculture Climate Network Blog. Oct. 5, 2016. https://www.agclimate.net/2016/10/05/extending-climate-change-science-can-we-learn-from-the-midwest-extension-lessons/
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Varenhorst, A. J., M. W. Dunbar and E. W. Hodgson. 2015. True armyworm, cereal rye cover, and no-till: An unfortunate combination in 2015. The Practical Blog, Practical Farmers of Iowa. June 11, 2015. http://practicalfarmers.org/blog/2015/06/11/true-armyworm-cereal-rye-cover-and-no-till-an-unfortunate-combination-in-2015/
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Schmitz, H. 2015. Split nitrogen (N) decision support tool (DST)  Evaluating the economics of conservation. AgriClimate Connection (CSCAP & U2U Blog). Mar. 19, 2015. http://sustainablecorn.org/blog/?p=671
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Todey, D. 2014. Whats up with El Nino?. AgriClimate Connection (CSCAP & U2U Blog). Nov. 6, 2014. http://sustainablecorn.org/blog/?p=612
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Todey, D. 2014. New long range outlooks  El Nino. AgriClimate Connection (CSCAP & U2U Blog). Dec. 19, 2014. http://sustainablecorn.org/blog/?p=627
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Todey, D. 2015. November  December temperature swings. AgriClimate Connection (CSCAP & U2U Blog). Jan. 2, 2015. http://sustainablecorn.org/blog/?p=630
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Todey, D. 2015. New outlooks and impact on the 2015 planting season. AgriClimate Connection (CSCAP & U2U Blog). Apr. 21, 2015. http://sustainablecorn.org/blog/?p=312
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  • Type: Book Chapters Status: Accepted Year Published: 2016 Citation: Olson, K.R. and L.W. Morton. 2016. Flooding and levee breach impact on protected agricultural lands. In: Lal, R. and Stewart, BA, (editors), Encyclopedia of Soil Science.
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Moore, R.H., K. Lekies, D. Todey, W. Miller, T. Higgins, D. Blockstein, N. Nkongolo, L.J. Abendroth and L.W. Morton. 2016. Preparing the Next Generation Scientists and Teachers. Technical Report Series: Findings and Recommendations of the Climate and Corn-based Cropping Systems Coordinated Agricultural Project. Vol 4 of 5. CSCAP Publication no. CSCAP-0196-2016.
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  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Arritt, R., P. Groisman, A. Daniel and J. Arbuckle. 2014. Observed and projected trends in heavy precipitation over the central U.S. International Symposium on Weather and Climate Extremes, Food Security and Biodiversity, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA. Oct. 20-23, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Arritt, R., P. Groisman, A. Daniel and T. Schillerberg. 2015. Hydroclimatic trends in simulations over the CORDEX North America region. Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria. Apr. 1217, 2015.
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  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Prokopy, L.S., J.S. Carlton, J.G. Arbuckle, T. Haigh, M.C. Lemos, A.S. Mase, N. Babin, M. Dunn, J. Andresen, J. Angel, C. Hart and R. Power. 2015. Extensions role in disseminating information about climate change to agricultural stakeholders in the United States. Climatic Change. 130: 261-272. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10584-015-1339-9
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Rabotyagov, S., T. Campbell, M. White, J. Arnold, J. Atwood, L. Norfleet, C. Kling, P. Gassman, A. Valcu, J. Richardson, G. Turner and N. Rabalais. 2014. Cost-effective targeting of conservation investments to reduce the northern Gulf of Mexico hypoxic zone. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 111(52): 18530-18535. http://dx.doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1405837111
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Roesch-McNally, G., J.G. Arbuckle and J.C. Tyndall. 2016. What would farmers do? Adaptation intentions under a Corn Belt climate change scenario. Agriculture and Human Values. N/A 1-14. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10460-016-9719-y
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Roley, S., J. Tank, J.C. Tyndall and J. Witter. 2016. How cost-effective are cover crops, wetlands, and two-stage ditches for nitrogen removal in the Mississippi River Basin? Water Resources and Economics. 15: 43-56. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.wre.2016.06.003
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Tyndall, J., J.G. Arbuckle, T. Haigh, C. Knutson, L.W. Morton, L.S. Prokopy and M. Widhalm. 2015. New atlas features Corn Belt farmers' perspectives on agriculture and climate. Journal of Extension. 53(1): 1-4. http://www.joe.org/joe/2015february/pdf/JOE_v53_1tt9.pdf
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Wilke, A.K. and L.W. Morton. 2015. Communicating climate science: Components for engaging the agricultural audiences. Science Communication. 37(3): 371-395. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1075547015581927
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Kumar S., T. Nakajima, E.G. Mbonimpa, S. Gautam, U.R. Somireddy, A. Kadono, R. Lal, R. Chintala, R. Rafique and N. Fausey. 2014. Long-term tillage and drainage influences on soil organic carbon dynamics, aggregate stability, and corn yield. Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. 60(1): 108-118. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00380768.2013.878643
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Mukherjee, A. and R. Lal. 2015. Tillage effects on quality of organic and mineral soils under on-farm conditions in Ohio. Environmental Earth Science. 74: 1815-1822. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12665-015-4189-x
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Mukherjee, A. and R. Lal. 2015. Short-term effects of cover cropping on quality of a Typic Argiaquolls in central Ohio. Catena. 131: 125-129. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.catena.2015.02.025
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Nakajima, T. and R. Lal. 2015. Comparison of greenhouse gas emissions monitored with a photoacoustic infrared spectroscopy multi-gas monitor and a gas chromatograph from a Crosby silt loam. Carbon Management. 6(1-2): 69-76. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17583004.2015.1080473
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Saadat, S., J. Frankenberger and L. Bowling. 2016. Subsurface drain flow estimation using water table observations to estimate nutrient loads. Transforming Drainage Annual Meeting, West Lafayette, IN. Mar. 29-31, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Saadat, S., J. Frankenberger, L. Bowling and K. Brooks. 2015. Drainage water management effect on water table recession rate. Climate & CAP Next Generation Scientists Poster Symposium, Washington, DC. Oct. 15, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Saadat, S., J.R. Frankenberger and L.C. Bowling. 2016. Determining nitrate and phosphorus losses from a drained agricultural field under free and controlled drainage. ABE Graduate Student Symposium. West Lafayette, IN. Feb. 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Saadat, S., J.R. Frankenberger, L.C. Bowling and K. Brooks. 2015. Drainage water management effect on water table recession rate. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Saadat, S., J.R. Frankenberger, L.C. Bowling and K. Brooks. 2015. Drainage water management effect on water table recession rate. ASABE Annual International Meeting, New Orleans, LA. July 26-29, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Arritt, R.W., A. Daniel and P. Groisman 2016. Extreme precipitation in an ensemble of regional climate simulations. International Conference on Regional Climate - CORDEX 2016, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden. May 17-20, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Arritt, R.W., A. Daniel and P. Groisman 2016. Importance of ensembles in projecting regional climate trends. European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2016 (Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 18, EGU2016-10025), Vienna, Austria. Apr. 17-22, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Basche, A. 2015. Climate-smart agriculture in Midwest agriculture: evaluating the benefits and tradeoffs of cover crops. Agronomy Seminar, Iowa State University, Ames, IA. Sept. 2, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Basche, A., F, Miguez, S. Archontoulis, T. Kaspar, D. Jaynes and T. Parkins. 2015. Simulating long term impacts of cover crops and climate change on crop production and environmental outcomes in the Midwestern United States. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Basche, A., F. Miguez and T.C. Kaspar. 2014. Long term soil water improvements in Iowa using a winter rye cover crop. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA. Nov. 2-5, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Basche, A., F. Miguez, S. Archontoulis and T. Kaspar. 2014. The use of cover crops as climate-smart management in Midwest cropping systems. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA. Dec. 15-19, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Basche, A., F. Miguez, S. Archontoulis and T. Kaspar. 2015. Simulating long-term impacts of cover crops and climate change on crop production and environmental outcomes in the Midwestern United States. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Basche, A., F. Miguez, S. Archontoulis and T. Kaspar. 2015. Simulating long-term impacts of cover crops and climate change on crop production and environmental outcomes in the Midwestern United States. Climate & CAP Next Generation Scientists Poster Symposium, Washington, DC. Oct. 15, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Basche, A., G. Roesch-McNally, J. Tyndall, J. Arbuckle, F. Miguez, T. Bowman and R. Clay. 2015. What we have learn from early cover crop adopters? Strategies for expanding cover crop use from innovative Iowa farmers. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Basche, A.D. 2014. Navigating a transdisciplinary research project with a non-traditional background: Climate change, soil health and sustainability. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA. Dec. 15-19, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Basche, A.D. 2015. Oil water improvements with the long-term use of a cover crop. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Castellano, M. 2016. Cover crops. Presentation for Governor Branstad and Lieutenant Gov. Reynolds at the United Soybean Board research site, Ames, IA.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Castellano, M. and R. Anex. 2015. Greenhouse gas. CSCAP Annual Conference, Nebraska City, NE. Aug. 3-4, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Takhachhe, P. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2016. Statistical and geostatistical analysis of soil thermal properties at Griffith farm. 52nd Annual Missouri Academy of Sciences, Jefferson City, MO. Apr. 22-23, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Tate, V. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2015. Effects of turkey manure application on soil chemical properties at Miller farms. 147th Annual Meeting of the Kansas Academy of Science, Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, KS. Mar. 2728, 2015
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Tate, V. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2015. Long term effects of turkey manure applications on soil chemical properties. 51st Annual Meetings of Missouri Academy of Science, Missouri State University, St. Joseph, MO. Apr. 17-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Todey, D. 2015. Educational recommendations for teachers. CSCAP Annual Conference, Nebraska City, NE. Aug. 3-4, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Todey, D. 2016. Reducing the carbon footprint of corn. The Food-Energy-Water Nexus, 16th National Conference and global Forum on Science, Policy and the Environment, NCSE, Washington D.C., Jan. 19-21, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Todey, D., B. Basso and R. Arritt. 2015. Climate change and yield. CSCAP Annual Conference, Nebraska City, NE. Aug. 3-4, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Todey, D., J. Anderson, J. Angel, B. Gramig, P. Guinan, C. Hart, M. Widhalm, O. Kellner, L. Biehl and D. Niyogi. 2015. Climate information for agronomic decision tools. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Schmitz, H., D. Todey and M. Widhalm. 2015. The agronomic content of U2U's climate responsive decision tools. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Chapman, K., K. Lekies, R. Moore, D. Hudgins, T. Higgins, N. Nkongolo, L. Frescoln, C. McKellar, M. Schafbuch, C. Troop, D. Todey, W. Miller and D. Blockstein. 2015. Climate education solutions for the U.S. Corn Belt. Climate & CAP Next Generation Scientists Poster Symposium, Washington, DC. Oct. 15, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Chen, L, H. Xu, C. Dygert, X. Tong and W. Dick. 2014. Tillage, crop rotation and nitrogen fertilizer impacts on accumulation of carbon and nitrogen in rye cover crop and corn. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA. Nov. 2-5, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Chen, L., H. Xu, Y. Zhao, M. Huang, C. Dygert and W.A. Dick. 2015. Long- term tillage and crop rotation for 5 decades impacts on fertility of two contrasting soils in Ohio. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Chen, L., W. Dick, X. Tong, H. Xu, C. Dygert and Y. Mao. 2014. Long-term tillage and crop rotation impacts on accumulation and distribution of carbon and nitrogen in corn and soil profiles. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA. Nov. 2-5, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Culman, S.W., W. Dick, C. Dygert, K. Reynen and N. Gonzalez-Maldonado. 2015. ermanganate oxidizable carbon and nutrient stratification in long-term no-till systems. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Di Giulio, L., K. Lekies, D. Blockstein, W. Miller, R. Moore, N. Nkongolo and D. Todey. 2015. Preparing the next generation of scientists: A transdisciplinary approach. Climate & CAP Next Generation Scientists Poster Symposium, Washington, DC. Oct. 15, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Dick, W. and B. Duval. 2015. Nitrogen rate and timing. CSCAP Annual Conference, Nebraska City, NE. Aug. 3-4, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Eidson, C. and R. Lal. 2015. Soil quality as affected by cereal rye under corn-soybean rotation in the U.S. Corn Belt. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Eidson, C. and R. Lal. 2015. Soil quality as affected by cereal rye under corn-soybean rotation in the U.S. Corn Belt. Climate & CAP Next Generation Scientists Poster Symposium, Washington, DC. Oct. 15, 2015.
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Nakajima, T., R. Lal and S. Jiang. 2015. Soil quality index of crosby silt loam in central Ohio. Soil and Tillage Research. 146(B): 323-328. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.still.2014.10.001
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Sengupta, A. and W.A. Dick. 2015. Bacterial community diversity in soil under two tillage practices as determined by pyrosequencing. Microbial Ecology. 70(3): 853-859. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00248-015-0609-4
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Zuber, S. M. and M. B. Villamil. 2016. Meta-analysis approach to assess effect of tillage on microbial biomass and enzyme activities. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 97: 176-187. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.soilbio.2016.03.011
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Zuber, S.M., G.D. Behnke, E.D. Nafziger and M.B. Villamil. 2015. Crop rotation and tillage effects on soil physical and chemical properties in Illinois. Agronomy Journal. 107(3): 1-8. http://dx.doi.org/10.2134/agronj14.0465
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Akinsete, S. J. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2016. Soil carbon and nitrogen fractions of a grassland in central Missouri, USA. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. 47(9): 1128-1136. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00103624.2016.1166240
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Haruna, S.I. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2015. Effects of tillage, rotation and cover crop on the physical properties of a silt-loam soil. International Agrophysics. 29(2): 137-154. http://dx.doi.org/10.1515/intag-2015-0030
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Panday D. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2016. Comparison of models for predicting pore space indices and their relationships with CO2 and N2O fluxes in a corn-soybean field. Canadian Journal of Soil Science. 96: 328-335. http://dx.doi.org/10.1139/CJSS-2015-0074
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Panday, D. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2015. Soil water potential control of the relationship between moisture and greenhouse gases fluxes in corn-soybean field. Climate. 3(3): 689-696. http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/cli3030689
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Carlton, J.S., A.S. Mase, C.L. Knutson, M.C. Lemos, T. Haigh, D.P. Todey and L.S. Prokopy. 2016. The effects of extreme drought on climate change beliefs, risk perceptions, and adaptation attitudes. Climatic Change. 135(2): 1-16. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10584-015-1561-5
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Troop, C., D. Todey and W. Capehart. 2015. Changes in water balance in the Corn Belt over the past 30 years. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Troop, C., D. Todey and W. Capehart. 2015. Changes in water balance in the Corn Belt over the past 30 years. Climate & CAP Next Generation Scientists Poster Symposium, Washington, DC. Oct. 15, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Gracia, A. and J. Strock. 2015. Short term effects of variable input cropping systems on soil available water and crop water use. ASABE Annual International Meeting, New Orleans, LA. July 26-29, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Strock, J.C., L.C. Bowling, M.J. Helmers, N. Fausey, E.J. Kladivko and J. Frankenberger. 2014. Characterization of grain yield under drainage water management practices using differences in soil moisture. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA. Nov. 2-5, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Strock, J.S., J. Magner, A. Garcia, B.J. Dalzell, T.P. Trooien, C. Hay and G. Sands. 2015. Hydrologic impacts of agricultural drainage in the Upper Midwest, USA. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Strock, J. and A. Ranaivoson. 2016. Drainage water management to mitigate nitrogen leaching from a tile drained agricultural landscape. ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Annual Meeting. Phoenix, AZ. Nov. 6-9, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Ranaivoson, A., J.S. Strock and P.H. Pagliari. 2016. Effect of drainage water management on drain flow. ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Annual Meeting. Phoenix, AZ. Nov. 6-9, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Garcia y Garcia, A. and J.S. Strock. 2016. Effect of cropping systems on water use and yield of corn and soybean grown in a humid and temperate climate. ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Annual Meeting. Phoenix, AZ. Nov. 6-9, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Anex, R. 2015. Evaluating the cover crops as an climate change adaptation strategy. ASABE 1st Climate Change Symposium  Adaptation and Mitigation, Chicago, IL. May 3-5, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Cruse, R. 2016. Nutrient, and water demand: an environmental and production quandary. The Food-Energy-Water Nexus, 16th National Conference and global Forum on Science, Policy and the Environment, NCSE, Washington D.C., Jan. 19-21, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Castellano, M.J., M. Liebman, W.R. Osterholz, J.E. Sawyer and F. Miguez. 2014. Nitrogen conservation in high-input low diversity and low-input high diversity agroecosystems. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA. Nov. 2-5, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Craft K., L. Schott, C. Pederson and M. Helmers. 2015. Simulating effects of drainage on water and nitrogen footprints with RZWQM2. ASABE Annual International Meeting, New Orleans, LA. July 26-29, 2015.
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  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Moore, R., K. Lekies, D. Hudgins, K. Chapman, D. Blockstein, W. Miller, N. Nkongolo, T. Higgins, D. Todey and C. McKellar. 2015. Objective 6 education team outcomes for year 5. Climate & CAP Next Generation Scientists Poster Symposium, Washington, DC. Oct. 15, 2015.
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  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Dunbar, M., R. Shrestha, M. O'Neal and A. Gassmann. 2015. The effects of crop rotation on western corn rootworm adult abundance, root injury, and Bt resistance. Entomological Society of America Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
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  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Anex, R.P., J. Francis-Clar and T. Parkin. 2015. Maximizing cost-effectiveness of soil N2O monitoring. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Anex, R.P., J. Francis-Clar and T. Parkin. 2015. Near-continuous isotopic characterization of soil N2O fluxes from maize production. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA. Dec. 14, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Bailey, B. and V. Davis. 2014. Impact of weeds and nitrogen on nitrous oxide emissions. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA. Nov. 2-5, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Bailey, B. and V. Davis. 2014. Influence of weed management on nitrous oxide emissions. University of Wisconsin, Agronomy/Soils Field Day, Arlington, WI. Aug. 27, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Bailey, R.R. and V.M. Davis. 2014. Impact of PRE+POST vs. POST-only weed management strategy on N2O emissions. North Central Weed Science Society Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Dec. 1-4, 2015.
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  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Duval, B. D., P.C. Scharf, M.D. Hartman, S.J. Grosso and R. Anex. 2015. Can varying nitrogen application rates and timing reduce the environmental impact of corn under future climate?. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
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  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Francis-Clar, J., R.P. Anex, M. Allie, C. Elwood, I. Rigell and B. Lunzar. 2015. A novel system for high resolution, near continuous measurement of soil N2O isotope fluxes. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
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  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Helmers, M. 2015. Cover crops and nutrient management for nitrate reduction. NCERA-217 Annual Meeting. Apr. 14, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Helmers, M. 2015. Regional scale nutrient management strategies. ASABE Annual International Meeting, New Orleans, LA. July 26-29, 2015.
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  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Hodgson, E. W., M. W. Dunbar, M. E., ONeal and A. J. Gassmann. 2015. Managing cover crop pests for corn and soybean production. In: Proceedings, 27th Annual Iowa State University Crop Management Conference, Ames, IA. Dec. 2-3,. 2015.
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  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Shrestha, R., T. Nakajima and R. Lal. 2015. On-farm assessment of soil quality from Ohio and Michigan. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
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  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Zuber, S., G. Behnke, E. Nafziger and M. Villamil. 2015. Comparison of soil properties under long-term crop rotation and tillage. Climate & CAP Next Generation Scientists Poster Symposium, Washington, DC. Oct. 15, 2015.
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  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Zuber, S.M., G.D. Behnke, E.D. Nafziger and M.B. Villamil. 2016. A multivariate assessment of management practices and soil quality in Illinois. ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Annual Meeting. Phoenix, AZ. Nov. 6-9, 2016.
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  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Scharf, P. 2015. In-season N for corn reduced nitrous oxide emissions and drainage water nitrate concentration. 45th Annual North Central Extension-Industry Soil Fertility Conference, Des Moines, IA. Nov. 4-5, 2015.
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  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Kling, C., S. Rabotyagov T. Campbell, P.W. Gassman, A. Valcu, M. Jha, J. Arnold, M. White, L. Norfleet, J. Atwood, R. Srinivasan, N. Rabalais and E. Turner. 2016. Reducing the Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone: How integrated water quality modeling can help design cost effective solutions. University of Oklahoma, Norman, OH. Feb. 16, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Lagzdinis, A., M. Helmers, C. Pederson, L. Schott, X. Zhou and A. Daigh. 2015. Assessing the impacts of agricultural management practices on crop yields and nitrate-nitrogen concentrations from subsurface drainage in iowa. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Lagzdins A., M. Helmers, C. Pederson and L. Schott. 2015. Effects of nitrogen application timing, tillage systems and winter cereal rye cover crop on corn and soybean yields and nitrate-nitrogen concentrations from a tile-drained field in Iowa. ASABE Annual International Meeting, New Orleans, LA. July 26-29, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Lagzdins, A., M. Helmers, C. Pederson, L. Schott, X. Zhou and A. Daigh. 2015. Assessing the impacts of agricultural management practices on crop yields and nitrate-nitrogen concentrations from subsurface drainage in Iowa. Climate & CAP Next Generation Scientists Poster Symposium, Washington, DC. Oct. 15, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Lokhande, S. L. Abendroth, K. Schwaegler and L.W. Morton. 2015. Sustainable Corn project team personnel, meetings and outputs: Facts and figures. Climate & CAP Next Generation Scientists Poster Symposium, Washington, DC. Oct. 15, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Lokhande, S., L. Abendroth, K. Schwaegler and L.W. Morton. 2015. Sustainable Corn project team personnel, meetings and outputs: Facts and figures. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Marcillo, G. 2016. Corn yield response to winter cover crops: An updated meta-analysis. R.F.Baker plant breeding symposium: A look at sustainability: thinking outside the Yield Box. Ames, IA. Mar. 3, 2016
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Marcillo, G. 2016. Corn yield response to winter cover crops: An updated meta-analysis. University of Minnesota. Mar. 22, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Guber, A.K., A.N. Kravchenko, W. Negassa and M. Rivers. 2015. Role of soil pore characteristics in decomposition of particulate organic matter. 5th International Symposium on Soil Organic Matter, Gottingen, Germany. Sept. 20-24, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Kravchenko, A.N. 2015. Soil pores and their contributions to soil carbon sequestration and biological functioning. PEDOFRACT VIII International Workshop on Soil structure and function at the changing planet: scaling and modeling, Coruna, Spain. June 16-19, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Kravchenko, A.N., A.K. Guber, E.R. Toosi, W. Negassa, T. Marsh and M. Rivers. 2015. Contribution of soil pores to hot spot functioning. 5th International Symposium on Soil Organic Matter, Gottingen, Germany. Sept. 20-24, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Nagelkirk, R. and B. Basso. 2014. Predicting the impacts of climate change on maize yields in the midwestern United States. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA. Nov. 2-5, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Negassa, W., K. Ali, P.C. Scharf and A. Kravchenko. 2014. Rye cover crop effects on biologically active pools of soil organic matter at different topographic positions. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA. Nov. 2-5, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Price, R.F., A.K. Sieglinde, S. Snapp, E.J. Kladivko and P.C. Scharf. 2015. Terrain modifies the response of corn grain yield to the presence of a rye cover crop. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Quigley, M., A. Kravchenko and M. Rivers. 2015. Use of computed microtomography to investigate the microstructure of soil aggregates. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Quigley, M., A. Kravchenko and M. Rivers. 2015. Effect of land use and management on soil intra-aggregate properties determined from ?ct images. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Quigley, M., A. Kravchenko, W. Chewaka, A.K. Guber and M. Rivers. 2015. Carbon distribution within intact soil macro aggregates. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Scharf, P.C. 2015. In season N reduced nitrous oxide emissions in corn. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Acharya, S. and N. Nkongolo. 2015. Effect of tillage, cover crop and crop rotation on soybean yield and grain carbon content. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Acharya, S. and N. Nkongolo. 2015. Effect of tillage, cover crop and crop rotation on soybean yield and grain carbon content. Climate & CAP Next Generation Scientists Poster Symposium, Washington, DC. Oct. 15, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Acharya, S. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2015. Effect of tillage, cover crop and crop rotation on soybean yield and nutrients uptake. 147th Annual Meeting of the Kansas Academy of Science, Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, KS. Mar. 2728, 2015
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Acharya, S. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2015. Effect of four years of tillage, crop rotation and cover crop on the yield of soybean. 51st Annual Meetings of Missouri Academy of Science, Missouri State University, St. Joseph, MO. Apr. 17-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Acharya, S. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2016. Effect of four years of tillage, rotation and cover cropping on the yield of soybean. 52nd Annual Missouri Academy of Sciences, Jefferson City, MO. Apr. 22-23, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Al-awwal, N. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2016. Mapping soil nutrients content using statistical and geostatistical technique in Osage County, Missouri. 52nd Annual Missouri Academy of Sciences, Jefferson City, MO. Apr. 22-23, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Ali, H. and N. Nkongolo. 2015. Temporal variation in the physical and chemical properties of soil as a result of different agricultural managements in a corn-soybean field in mid missouri. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Sengupta, A. 2015. Studying methanotrophic bacterial diversity in Ohio soils using high-throughput sequence analysis. Electronic Thesis or Dissertation Center, The Ohio State University. Paper osu1436956336. https://etd.ohiolink.edu/pg_10?0::NO:10:P10_ACCESSION_NUM:osu1436956336
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  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Haruna, S. 2016. The effects of tillage and cover cropping on the physical and hydraulic properties of Aeric Fluvaquents. PhD Dissertation, Lincoln University, Jefferson City, MO.
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Kazula, M. 2016. Effect of long-term crop rotation on productivity, greenhouse gas emission, and soil properties. Proquest Dissertations & Theses, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI.
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Basche, A. 2015. Climate-smart agriculture in Midwest agriculture: Evaluating the benefits and tradeoffs of cover crops. Graduate Theses and Dissertations, Iowa State University. Paper 14755. http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/etd/14755/
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  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Roesch-McNally, G. 2016. Agricultural transformations: climate change adaptation and farmer decision making. Graduate Theses and Dissertations, Iowa State University. Paper 15051. http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/etd/15051/
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Ladoni, M. 2014. Interactive effects of cover crops and topography on soil organic carbon and mineral nitrogen. ProQuest Dissertations & Theses, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI. http://gradworks.umi.com/36/86/3686144.html
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Pease, L. 2016. Characterization of agricultural subsurface drainage water quality and controlled drainage in the Western Lake Erie Basin. Electronic Thesis or Dissertation Center, The Ohio State University. Paper osu1461329788. https://etd.ohiolink.edu/pg_10?0::NO:10:P10_ACCESSION_NUM:osu1461329788
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Daniel, A. 2015. Changes in extreme precipitation events over the central United States in AOGCM-driven regional climate model simulations. Graduate Theses and Dissertations, Iowa State University. Paper 14649. http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/etd/14649/
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Frescoln, L. 2015. A longitudinal panel study of participants attitudes and behaviors towards transdisciplinary science. Graduate Theses and Dissertations, Iowa State University. Paper 14348. http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/etd/14348/
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Quingley, M., A. Kravchenko and M. Rivers. 2015. Use of computed microtomography to investigate the microstructure of soil aggregates. Climate & CAP Next Generation Scientists Poster Symposium, Washington, DC. Oct. 15, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Quiqley, M., A. Kravchenko and M. Rivers. 2016. Characteristics of the soil matrix of macro-aggregates based on computed micro-tomography images. ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Annual Meeting. Phoenix, AZ. Nov. 6-9, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Toosi, E., K. Wheib, M. Quiqley, J. Mao and S. Kravchenko. 2015. Persistent effect of management on soil organic matter composition from whole- to within macroaggregate scale, evidence from 13C-NMR, FTIR and X-ray tomography. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Toosi, E.R., J. Yu, A.K. Guber, M. Rivers, T. Marsh and A. Kravchenko. 2015. Management history, soil porosity, and litter quality interact in regulating organic matter stabilization and greenhouse gas emission. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Toosi, E.R., M. Quigley and A. N. Kravchenko. 2014. Linking intra-aggregate pore size distribution with soil organic matter stability, evidence from quantitative FTIR and computed X-ray tomography. Annual Meeting, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA. Dec. 16-19, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Wheib, K. and A. Kravchenko. 2015. Management effects on corn, soybean and wheat yields in agricultural fields with diverse topography. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Marcillo, G. and F. Miguez. 2015. Corn yield response under winter cover crops: An updated meta analysis. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Marcillo, G. and F. Miguez. 2015. Corn yield response under winter cover crops in contiguous US: An updated meta-analysis. Climate & CAP Next Generation Scientists Poster Symposium, Washington, DC. Oct. 15, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Marcillo, G. and F. Miguez. 2016. Corn yield response under winter cover crops: An updated meta-analysis. ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Annual Meeting. Phoenix, AZ. Nov. 6-9, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Marcillo, G. and F.E. Miguez. 2015. Corn yield response under winter cover crops in contiguous us: An updated meta-analysis. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Marcillo, G., F. Miguez and T.C. Kaspar. 2016. Characterizing vegetative development and pheno-phases of winter rye cover crop under Iowa conditions. ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Annual Meeting. Phoenix, AZ. Nov. 6-9, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: 92. change on crop production and environmental outcomes in the Midwestern United States. APSIM Workshop, Iowa State University, Ames, IA. June 3, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Miguez, F. 2016. Corn yield global response to winter cover crops: An updated meta-analysis. Midwest Cover Crop Council Annual Meetings, WI. Feb. 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Miller, W. and L. Frescoln. 2015. CSCAP education: connecting the dots. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Miller, W. and L. Frescoln. 2015. CSCAP: Education team: Connecting the dots. Climate & CAP Next Generation Scientists Poster Symposium, Washington, DC. Oct. 15, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Moore, L.S. and J. Arbuckle. 2016. Reframing climate change to create common ground. Drake Agricultural Law Center Climate Change Workshop. Des Moines, IA. Apr. 14, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Morton, L.W. 2016. Overview of the complex relationships among food, energy and water in the Corn Belt. The Food-Energy-Water Nexus, 16th National Conference and Global Forum on Science, Policy and the Environment, NCSE, Washington D.C., Jan. 19-21, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Morton, L.W. 2015. Climate and Corn-based Cropping System CAP. USDA-NIFA National Meeting for Climate Projects, Washington DC. Apr. 8, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Morton, L.W. 2015. Water and climate. Association of Public and LGU, and Experiment Stations, Charlotte, NC. Sept. 30, 2015.
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Patel, S. 2016. Rye cover crop biomass, nutrient composition and crop management practices to enhance corn yield. Graduate Theses and Dissertations, Iowa State University.
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Schott, L. 2015. Effects of drainage water management in Southeast Iowa. Graduate Theses and Dissertations, Iowa State University. Paper 14863. http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/etd/14863/
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Frank, T. 2015. Cereal rye and oilseed radish cover crop effects on soil properties and nitrogen cycling in Indiana. Purdue University, ProQuest, UMI Dissertations Publishing, 2015. 1602677. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1734881540/F4E1FAA8DE2E413CPQ/7?accountid=10906
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Hughes, C. 2015. Understanding yield effects of controlled drainage through soil moisture excess and deficit metrics. Purdue University, ProQuest, UMI Dissertations Publishing, 2016. 10053972. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1776456096/805C0C4A81094F0EPQ/1?accountid=10906
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Lahdou, G.B. 2014. Systematic analysis of drainage events In free draining and managed subsurface drainage systems. Purdue University, ProQuest, UMI Dissertations Publishing, 2014. 1571959. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1648677528/ECC17495906445C2PQ/1?accountid=10906
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Almuhanna, A. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2016. Geostatistical analysis of soil properties at Carver farm. 52nd Annual Missouri Academy of Sciences, Jefferson City, MO. Apr. 22-23, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Balogun, A. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2016. Level of awarness of High School students about willdlife conservation in Nigeria. 52nd Annual Missouri Academy of Sciences, Jefferson City, MO. Apr. 22-23, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Balogun, A. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2016. Prominence and space allocation of biodiversity news publications by some Nigerian newspapers. 52nd Annual Missouri Academy of Sciences, Jefferson City, MO. Apr. 22-23, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Balogun, A.M. and N. Nkongolo 2015. Effect of tillage, cover crop and corn-soybean rotation on soil thermal properties. 6th Multidisciplinary Science Forum, University of California-Davis, Medical Center Campus, Sacramento, CA. Nov. 5-6, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Haruna, S. and N. Nkongolo. 2015. Soil nutrients as affected by three years of tillage, crop rotation and cover crop management. Soil Interfaces for Sustainable Development Conference, McGill University, Montreal, Canada. July 5-10, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Haruna, S. and N. Nkongolo. 2015. Influence of three years of tillage, crop rotation and cover crop managements on soil nutrients. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Haruna, S. and N. Nkongolo. 2015. Soil management practices: Influences on soil nutrients. Climate & CAP Next Generation Scientists Poster Symposium, Washington, DC. Oct. 15, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Ali, H. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2015. Effect of tillage, cover crop and corn-soybean rotation on CO2 and N2O emissions. 147th Annual Meeting of the Kansas Academy of Science, Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, KS. Mar. 2728, 2015
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Haruna, S. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2016. Water infiltration as affected by cover crop and tillage management practices. 52nd Annual Missouri Academy of Sciences, Jefferson City, MO. Apr. 22-23, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Haruna, S.I. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2015. Soil water characteristics as affected by tillage in a silt loam soil. 147th Annual Meeting of the Kansas Academy of Science, Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, KS. Mar. 2728, 2015
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Haruna, S.I. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2015. Influence of cover crop on soil water characteristics in a silt loam soil. 51st Annual Meetings of Missouri Academy of Science, Missouri State University, St. Joseph, MO. Apr. 17-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Haruna, S.I. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2015. Cover crop management effects on soil physical and biological properties. Procedia Environmental Sciences [Abstract only].
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Panday, D. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2015. Effect of soil air and water on greenhouse gases emissions in a corn-soybean rotation. Procedia Environmental Sciences [Abstract only].
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Haruna, S.I., S.H. Anderson and N. Nkongolo. 2015. Cover crop and tillage management influences on in situ field infiltration. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Haruna, S.I., S.H. Anderson and N. Nkongolo. 2015. Influence of cover crop and tillage management on soil hydraulic properties. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Morton, L.W. 2015. Sociology of sustainability. Iowa Environmental Council conference, Des Moines, IA.Oct. 2, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Morton, L.W. 2015. Cornbelt farmers perceptions of climate change and GHG mitigation. North America Climate Smart Agriculture steering committee, Washington, DC. Sept. 24, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Morton, L.W. and R. Arritt. 2015. A transdisciplinary approach for climate smart management of maize. Climate-Smart Agriculture, Global Science Conference, Le Corum, Montpellier, France. Mar. 16-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Morton, L.W., M. Castellano and F. Miguez. 2015. Sustainable Corn CAP Cornbelt farmers perceptions of climate change and GHG mitigation. Global Research Alliance on GHG ISU Research Farms, Dairy Facility, Ames, IA. Sept. 11, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Fausey, N.R. 2016. Performance of controlled drainage under future climate change scenarios in the Western Lake Erie Basin. ASABE Annual International Meeting, Orlando, FL. July 19, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Fausey, N.R. 2016. Drainage water quality. Ohio State University Extension Nutrient Management & Placement Field Day, Hoytville, OH. July 28, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Pease, L. and N. Fausey. 2015. Controlled drainage as a climate adaptation strategy for the Western Lake Erie Basin. ASABE 1st Climate Change Symposium: Adaptation and Mitigation, Chicago, IL. May 4, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Pease, L. and N. Fausey. 2015. Controlled drainage reduces nitrogen and phosphorus loading in the Lake Erie Watershed. Healthy Soils for Healthy Waters Nutrient Workshop in Columbus, OH. May 19, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Pease, L., N. Fausey and J. Martin. 2015. Controlled drainage reduces nitrogen and phosphorus loads from subsurface drainage systems in the Western Lake Erie Basin. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Pease, L., N. Fausey and J. Martin. 2015. Targeting management of controlled drainage systems for nutrient load reduction in the Western Lake Erie Basin. ASABE Annual International Meeting, New Orleans, LA. July 26-29, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Snyder, E., B. Slater, K.R. Islam and N. Fausey. 2014. Baseline assessment of dynamic properties and soil resilience at Lawrence Woods state nature preserve. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA. Nov. 2-5, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Snyder, E., V. Haden, S. Culman, N. Fausey and B. Slater. 2015. The impact of interseeding cover crops into Ohio corn systems on competition for water and nutrient resources and on the surface soil physical properties. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Bowers, M. 2015. Post CAPs and USDA vision. CSCAP Annual Conference, Nebraska City, NE. Aug. 3-4, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Haruna, S. 2016. Soil thermal properties influenced by perennial biofuel and cover crop management. ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Annual Meeting. Phoenix, AZ. Nov. 6-9, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Arbuckle, J. 2016. Iowa farmers perspectives and actions on nutrient loss reduction: Results from the Iowa farm and rural life poll. Iowa Soybean Association Research Conference. Des Moines, IA. Feb. 17, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Arbuckle, J. 2016. Iowa farmers perspectives and actions on nutrient loss reduction: Results from the Iowa farm and rural life poll. National Association of Conservation Districts North Central Region Meeting. Maxwell, IA. Apr. 26, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Arbuckle, J. 2016. Iowa farmers willingness to take action in support of the Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy. Iowa Water Conference, Ames, IA. Mar. 23, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Arbuckle. J. 2015. Iowa farmers willingness to take action in support of the Iowa nutrient reduction strategy. Soil and Water Conservation Society Conference, Greensboro, NC. July 28, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Arbuckle. J. 2015. Farmer perspectives on nutrient loss reduction: Results from the Iowa farm and rural life poll. AgState Meeting, Ames, IA. August 27, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Arbuckle. J. 2015. Farmer perspectives on nutrient loss reduction: Results from the Iowa farm and rural life poll. Squaw Creek Watershed Management Authority, Ames, IA. July 9, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Haruna,S.I. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2015. Cover crop management effects on soil physical and biological properties. Agriculture and Climate Change - Adapting Crops to Increased Uncertainty Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Feb. 15-17, 2015.
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Eidson, C. 2015. Soil quality and corn-�soybean yields as affected by winter rye at three sites in the U.S. Corn Belt. Electronic Thesis or Dissertation Center, The Ohio State University. Paper: osu1431010393. https://etd.ohiolink.edu/ap/10?0::NO:10:P10_ACCESSION_NUM:osu1431010393
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Johnson, R. 2016. On-farm assessment of soil properties under different management practices in West-Central Ohio. Electronic Thesis or Dissertation Center, The Ohio State University. Paper: osu1461092609.
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Acharya, S. 2016. Effect of tillage, cover crop and crop rotation on the growth and yield of soybean. MS Thesis, Lincoln University, Jefferson City, MO.
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Ali, H. 2016. The effect of tillage, cover crop and crop rotation on soil properties and greenhouse gases emissions from a corn/soybean field. MS Thesis, Lincoln University, Jefferson City, MO.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Arbuckle, J. 2015. Understanding farmer perspectives on climate change and adaptation to increased weather variability. ISU Extension Crops Team In-Service, Ames, IA. Mar. 30, 2015.
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Panday, D. 2016. Relationship between soil pore space indices and greenhouse gases fluxes in a corn-soybean field at Freeman farm, Missouri. MS Thesis, Lincoln University, Jefferson City, MO.
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Rai, D. 2016. Comparison of four methods for measuring CO2 and N2O emission in a corn and soybean field. MS Thesis, Lincoln University, Jefferson City, MO.
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Sharma, M. 2016. Effect of tillage, rotation and cover cropping on growth and yield of corn. MS Thesis, Lincoln University, Jefferson City, MO.
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Bailey, R. 2015. Impact of herbicide management strategy on nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions in Midwest crop production systems. Proquest Dissertations & Theses, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI. https://search.library.wisc.edu/catalog/9912165000402121
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Abendroth, L. 2015. Project data, structure. CSCAP Annual Conference, Nebraska City, NE. Aug. 3-4, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Abendroth, L. 2016. Data management. NCERA/Hypoxia Task Force Meeting. Ames, IA. Jan. 25, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Abendroth, L., D. Herzmann and L. Bunderson. 2014. Data management for regional transdisciplinary agricultural research: Approach and implementation. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA. Nov. 2-5, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Arbuckle, J. 2014. Understanding farmer perspectives on climate change and adaptation to increased weather variability. Webinar, USDA Water and Drought Management Team. Dec. 18, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Arbuckle, J. 2015. Understanding farmer perspectives on climate change to inform engagement strategies for adaptation and mitigation?. Invited Seminar at the Kellogg Biological Station, Hickory Corners, MI. Apr. 24, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Arbuckle, J. 2015. Farmer perspectives on nutrient management and N loss reduction: Results from the Iowa farm and rural life poll. ISU Extension Crops Team In-Service, Ames, IA. Mar. 30, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Arbuckle, J. 2016. Human perspectives on the Food-Energy-Water equation. The Food-Energy-Water Nexus, 16th National Conference and Global Forum on Science, Policy and the Environment, NCSE, Washington D.C., Jan. 19-21, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Arbuckle, J. 2015. Iowa farmers perspectives on the nutrient reduction strategy and soil health. Sustaining Our Iowa Land (SOIL): The Past, Present and Future of Iowas Soil and Water Conservation Policy, Drake University, Des Moines, IA, Nov. 19, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Nkongolo, N. and P. Markway. 2015. Effects of soil health management practices on soil chemical, physical and thermal properties in Missouri farms. 51st Annual Meetings of Missouri Academy of Science, Missouri State University, St. Joseph, MO. Apr. 17-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Nkongolo, N., J. Kakuni, M. Lokonda, F. Budjo, J. Makana and C. Ewango. 2015. Baseline assessment of soil chemical properties and nutrients in Ituri Forest, Democratic Republic of Congo. Soil Interfaces for Sustainable Development Conference, McGill University, Montreal, Canada. July 5-10, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Nkongolo, N., J. Kakuni, M. Lokonda, F. Budjo, J. Makana and C. Ewango. 2015. Spatial variability of soil physical and thermal properties in Ituri Forest, Democratic Republic of Congo. Soil Interfaces for Sustainable Development Conference, McGill University, Montreal, Canada. July 5-10, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Patel, S., J.E. Sawyer and J. Lundvall. 2016. Root and shoot biomass and nutrient composition in a winter rye cover crop. ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Annual Meeting. Phoenix, AZ. Nov. 6-9, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Patel, S., J.E. Sawyer, J.P. Lundvall and J.I. Hall. 2015. Root and shoot biomass and nutrient composition in a winter rye cover crop. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Patel. S., J. Sawyer and J. Lundvall. 2015. Enhancing corn yield in a winter cereal rye cover crop system. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Patel. S., J. Sawyer, J. Lundvall and J. Hall. 2015. Root and shoot biomass and nutrient composition in a winter rye cover crop. Proceeding of Forty-Fifth North Central Extension-Industry Soil Fertility Conference, Des Moines, IA. Nov. 4-5, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Mueller, D. 2013. Climate extremes makes IPM research difficult. CSCAP Annual Conference, West Lafayette, IN. July 29-Aug. 1, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: O'Neal, M. 2015. Pests. CSCAP Annual Conference, Nebraska City, NE. Aug. 3-4, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: O'Neal, M., R. Cox, R. Hessel, L. Schulte and M. Helmers. 2015. Incorporating prairie into cropland: Can conservation improve pest management for pests of annual crops?. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Patel, S., J. Sawyer, J. Lundvall and J. Hall. 2015. Root and shoot biomass and nutrient composition in a winter rye cover crop. Climate & CAP Next Generation Scientists Poster Symposium, Washington, DC. Oct. 15, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Roberts, R., C. Perderson, K. Craft, M. Helmers and M. Castellano. 2015. Spring timing and method of cereal rye termination influence soil nitrate. Climate & CAP Next Generation Scientists Poster Symposium, Washington, DC. Oct. 15, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Roberts, R., M. Castellano, M. Helmers, K. Craft and C. Pederson. 2015. Spring timing and method of cereal rye termination influence soil nitrate. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Roberts, R.A., K. Craft, C. Pederson, M.J. Helmers and M.J. Castellano. 2015. Spring timing and method of cereal rye termination influence soil nitrate. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. Nov. 15-18, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Roesch, G. 2015. USDA Cropping Systems Coordinated Agricultural Project overview. Pacific Northwest Climate Hub Strategic meeting, Portland, OR. Feb. 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Roesch, G. 2015. Iowa farms in a changing climate. Panel presentation at Iowa Practical Farmers of Iowa Annual Conference, Ames, IA. Jan. 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Roesch, G. 2015. Interrogating farmer agency and structure in cover crop adoption in Iowa. Midwestern Sociological Society Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO. Mar. 30, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Roesch, G. and A. Basche. 2015. Cover crop adoption: Lessons from Iowa. National Wildlife Federation Cover Crops Messaging Summit, Des Moines, IA. Feb. 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Roesch-McNally, G. 2016. Farmers climate change beliefs, adaptation and mitigation strategies: Findings from a survey and in-depth interviews with Corn Belt farmers. American Phytopathological Society- Pacific Division, La Conner, WA. June 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Arbuckle. J. 2014. Predicting diversity in herbicide resistance management strategies: Evidence from Iowa. North-Central Weed Science Society Annual Meeting. Minneapolis, MN, Dec. 4, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Bates, H. and J. Arbuckle. 2015. I just call it practical economics  survival economics: Understanding nutrient management for improved conservation. Soil and Water Conservation Society Conference, Greensboro, NC. July 28, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Gardezi, M. 2015. State of water and food security in Pakistan. Climate Change, Social Vulnerability and Food Security in Pakistan Conference, Islamabad, Pakistan. Feb. 16, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Gardezi, M. 2015. Panelist: A conversation on the challenges that confront climate change research in Pakistan, and hinder its uptake in policy and practice. Climate Change, Social Vulnerability and Food Security in Pakistan Conference, Islamabad, Pakistan. Feb. 16, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Nkongolo, N.V. and S.I. Haruna. 2015. Effect of tillage and cover crop on corn and soybean yields in a silty-loam soil. Agriculture and Climate Change - Adapting Crops to Increased Uncertainty Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Feb. 15-17, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Nkongolo, N.V. and S.I. Haruna. 2015. Effect of tillage and cover crop on corn and soybean yields in a silty-loam soil. Procedia Environmental Sciences [Abstract only].
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Morgan, A. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2016. Mapping soil micronutrients at Griffith farms in Miller county, Missouri. 52nd Annual Missouri Academy of Sciences, Jefferson City, MO. Apr. 22-23, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Mzeru, C. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2016. Geostatistical analysis of micronutrients at Freeman farm. 52nd Annual Missouri Academy of Sciences, Jefferson City, MO. Apr. 22-23, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Nelson, L. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2016. Statistical and geostatistical analysis of soil properties at Busby farm in Missouri. 52nd Annual Missouri Academy of Sciences, Jefferson City, MO. Apr. 22-23, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Nkongolo, N. 2015. Rainfall event affects the relationship between net CO2 exchange rate and soil properties at Harvard Forest. 6th Multidisciplinary Science Forum, University of California-Davis, Medical Center Campus, Sacramento, CA. Nov. 5-6, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Nkongolo, N. 2016. Effect of highway proximity on CO2, CH4 and N2O emissions from an agricultural field near Jefferson City, Missouri, USA. Urban Atmosphere, Faraday Discussion, Royal Society of Chemistry, London, UK.. Apr. 6-8, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Panday, D. and N. Nkongolo. 2015. Effect of tillage, cover crop and corn-soybean rotation on soil pore space indices. Soil Interfaces for Sustainable Development Conference, McGill University, Montreal, Canada. July 5-10, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Panday, D. and N. Nkongolo. 2015. Comparison of methods for predicting pore space indices in corn-soybean field. Soil Interfaces for Sustainable Development Conference, McGill University, Montreal, Canada. July 5-10, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Panday, D. and N. Nkongolo. 2015. Relationship between soil pore space indices and greenhouse gases fluxes in a corn-soybean field at freeman farm, Missouri. From Synthesis to Integration [Poster Symposium]. 2015. CSCAP Annual Meeting, Aug. 3-4, 2015, Nebraska City, NE. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0186-2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Panday, D. and N. Nkongolo. 2015. Relationship between soil pore space indices and greenhouse gases fluxes in a corn-soybean field at Freeman Farm, Missouri. Climate & CAP Next Generation Scientists Poster Symposium, Washington, DC. Oct. 15, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Panday, D. and N.V. Nkongolo 2015. Soil water potential control of the relationship between moisture and greenhouse gases fluxes in corn-soybean field. International Conference on Climate Change Innovation and Resilience for Sustainable Livelihood, Kathmandu, Nepal, Jan. 12-14, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Arbuckle, J. and R. Gabrielle-Roesch. 2016. Iowa farmers perspectives on soil health. Soil Health Conference: Strategies for Building Soil Health, Ames, IA. Feb. 2, 2016.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Arbuckle, J. 2015. Iowa farmers perspectives and actions on nutrient loss reduction: Results from the Iowa farm and rural life poll. Iowa Nutrient Research and Education Council. West Des Moines, IA. Nov. 10, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Arbuckle, J. 2015. Understanding farmer perspectives on climate change to inform engagement strategies for adaptation (and mitigation?). Colorado Ag Climate Working Group, Colorado Department of Agriculture, Broomfield, CO. Dec. 11, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Arbuckle, J. 2015. Understanding farmer perspectives on climate change to inform engagement strategies for adaptation (and mitigation?). Colorado State University Extension Statewide Webinar, Brighton, CO. Dec.10, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Arbuckle, J. 2015. Understanding farmer perspectives on climate change to inform engagement strategies for adaptation (and mitigation?). Invited Seminar at Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO. Dec. 10, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2015 Citation: Arbuckle, J. 2015. Iowa farmers use of information sources and preferred ways of receiving information. North Central Cropping Systems Academy. Omaha, NE. Dec. 22, 2015.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2016 Citation: Arbuckle, J. 2016. Understanding farmer perspectives on climate change to inform engagement strategies for adaptation (and mitigation?). World Caf�: Food, Energy and Water in the Corn Belt. 16th National Conference on Science, Policy, and the Environment, Arlington, VA. Jan. 20, 2016.


Progress 02/28/14 to 02/27/15

Outputs
Target Audience: The CSCAP team has six key audiences with each receiving attention and efforts for this reporting period: (1) all team members; (2) CSCAP graduate students; (3) affiliated undergraduate students; (4) agricultural stakeholders including farmers and the agribusiness industry; (5) citizen stakeholders including high school students; and (6) the scientific community. First, the team actively worked to develop individual team members through cross-training of others' disciplines, scientific discovery, and team science exercises that built transdisciplinary capacity. Second, the team is focused on uniquely training CSCAP graduate students to emerge from their programs with the ability to comprehend complex societal and environmental challenges from a multi-pronged cross disciplinary and stakeholder collaborative approach. Third, internship opportunities, mentoring, and employment within laboratories and field research experiments allow several inlets for undergraduate students to work alongside and learn from team scientists. Fourth, the team's extension educators are building relational networks and working to build knowledge of and adaptation to a changing climate among farmers and agribusiness stakeholders in their respective states. Fifth, the team has conducted non-formal learning events to educate and build capacity among high school teachers. Sixth, the team is working hard to discover new science and understanding behind the physical and social factors influencing the capacity for corn-based cropping systems to mitigate and adapt to a changing climate; these findings are communicated through societal presentations, refereed journals, and white papers. Changes/Problems: Nothing Reported What opportunities for training and professional development has the project provided? In Years 1-3, we have had annual (internal) team meetings but this year we hosted a three-day national conference in Ames, IA, with our team members, farmers, and external partners in attendance for cross-learning and dialogue. Graduate students participated in a "Next Generation Scientist" dinner at the national conference along with the "Next Generation Farmers" in attendance to allow for mutual learning and network building. In addition, 4 times during the year, Objective based working sessions occurred in person to advance papers, outputs, and strategic plans. The groups included: cover crop working group, drainage water management working group, Obj. 3, and Obj. 5. All Objectives meet throughout the year virtually using web teleconferencing. The CSCAP team includes a diverse set of expertise and specialties across the faculty, postdoctoral researchers, topic-based specialists/technical staff, graduate students, and undergraduate students. The CSCAP team is also actively engaged in helping train students within STEM disciplines. To-date, a total of 103 undergraduate students, 83 graduate students, and 18 postdoctoral researchers are members of this team; this equates to a total of 2708 months for this cohort of next generation scientists involved with the CSCAP. Our team's current Y4 contingent includes 46 graduate students and 10 post-doctoral scientists. Over the past three and a half years, our team has included a total of 83 graduate students (30% minority and 46% women) and 18 post-doctoral scientists (72% minority and 17% women). Undergraduate interns (n=10) at Iowa State University and The Ohio State University were engaged in team research with their mentors and presenting their findings. Undergraduate research assistants (n=41) across CSCAP institutions were also involved in research such as in-field data collection and conducting of lab procedures. A total of 51 undergraduate students were involved in the CSCAP in Y4. Gabrielle Roesch-McNally, elected graduate student representative for Y4 and member of the Leadership Team, is working to connect graduate students to the opportunities within the CSCAP graduate student body and facilitate transdisciplinary engagement as possible. Graduate students continue to do outstanding work and are active, contributing members of the team as well as represent our team in professional meetings and USDA functions such as the Project Director meeting in Jan. 2014 where Andrea Basche (Iowa State University) and Lindsay Pease (The Ohio State University) attended and were part of the graduate student breakout and Gabrielle Roesch-McNally (Iowa State University) and Chris Eidson (The Ohio State University) were invited to attend the PINEMAP summer meeting and participate in the graduate student discussions. At our 2014 national conference, graduate student posters were part of a competition with the top 3 awarded for excellence: 1st: Maciej Kazula (University of Wisconsin), 2nd: Linda Geiger (Iowa State University), and 3rd: Lindsay (Kilpatrick) Pease (The Ohio State University). A cohort of our graduate students also authored a paper for the special issue of the JSWC highlighting what their experience has been in this project. Graduate students have been involved in the successful publication of 19 journal articles which they have authored/co-authored to-date. The Y4 web-based graduate spring seminar titled "The Science behind Climate Change" highlighted three external and three internal faculty members. The weekly average attendance was 20 graduate students and staff; participants rated the webinars highly. How have the results been disseminated to communities of interest? The team has been productive again with a total of 59 refereed journals*, 5 project reports or promotional pieces*, 5 white papers*, 5 MS thesis*, 3 PhD dissertations*, 13 proposals*, 7 books or book chapter, 26 extension publications*, 152 conference presentations (92/152 entered into REEport)*, 149 extension presentations, 13 education webinars*, 3 education camps*, 4 websites*, 10 partnerships with external groups*, 23 blog entries*, 97 popular press pieces (such as Corn and Soybean Digest and Successful Farming)*, 28 University press*, 7 radio and TV spots*, 27 videos*, and 9 news releases*. Please note that output categories with an asterisk have been brought into the Outputs section of this REEport but due to system capability the remaining outputs could not be uploaded. These outputs are in addition to those already reported in previous reports for Years 1-3. The team website (www.sustainablecorn.org) has seen an increase in traffic; site usage statistics from Oct. 2013 through Sept. 2014 include 14,175 site visits (53% increase from last year), 7,161 unique visitors (74% increase), 36,602 page views (37% increase). The most visited pages include the AgriClimate Connection blog, field research, and farmer perspectives about agriculture and weather variability. Efforts to increase communications in Y4 with key external target audiences also include the following: Ongoing blogposts made weekly on current topics through partnership with U2U. A 48-page magazine was created containing 21 illustrated articles by our team members. It highlighted the science behind climate resilience strategies for corn-based cropping systems and featured some of the team's research findings to-date. A total of 320 print copies have been distributed to-date to farmers and crop advisors. The magazine continues to be available electronically on our public website. A video entitled, Views from the Field: Farmers on Changing Weather Patterns, was collaboratively created by the team's videography student intern and extension educators. It debuted at the conference and is available at youtube.com/sustainablecorn. News releases were sent out to highlight the statistical atlas by Obj. 4 and to tie the team's work in with nationally covered topics such as the release of the Third National Climate Assessment. The 2014 national conference for Corn Belt farmers, crop advisors and CSCAP team members was promoted via news releases to ~400 local and national farm press, team website, blog, Twitter, postcards, ag and crop newsletters at partner universities, and outreach to corn and soybean farmer organizations through our relationships and our co-host 25x'25 Alliance. The CSCAP project and the science of crop resilience were carried in popular press publications such as Wallace's Farmer, Successful Farming Magazine and the Farm Bureau Spokesman. All conference products are available at www.sustainablecorn.org, including the magazine, conference sessions on video, Sec. Vilsack's comments on video, and posters. What do you plan to do during the next reporting period to accomplish the goals? The Climate and Corn-based Cropping Systems Coordinated Agricultural Project (CSCAP) is entering Y5 with goals to: 1) complete sampling measurements at 35 field sites and enter all data (biophysical and social economic) into the database; 2) accelerate synthesis and modeling of primary and secondary data and publish findings in scientific outlets; 3) increase across-disciplinary integration and knowledge exchanges of data and findings to address more complex human-natural system research questions; 4) develop recommendations and extend scientific findings to extension educators, farmers, policymakers, agricultural sector, and science educators with whom the team is working; and, 5) complete the graduate education of 47 project students and guide them into the next phases of their careers. In this last year of the project, the team will work to ensure future science and outreach programming are poised to build on what the project has learned by strengthening existing while also building out new partnerships to leverage and transfer the work of the team such as standardized protocols, research and management databases, internal website, field experiments, and inter-transdisciplinary networks of value to future proposals and projects. Many Advisory Board members are highly engaged with the team and are working with the team to plan for sustaining the project legacy. Across-team Y5 integration goals are to: 1) accelerate synthesis and modeling of primary and secondary data and publish findings in scientific outlets; 2) increase across-disciplinary integration and knowledge exchanges of data and findings to address more complex human-natural system research questions; and, 3) develop recommendations and move scientific findings to applications for use by extension educators, farmers, policymakers, other groups in the agricultural sector, as well as science educators. To accomplish the Y5 project goals we will continue the successful processes from past years that are bearing fruit and push forward to complete collection of all primary data (biophysical and social economic) with intent to finalize the project database; intensify cross-disciplinary efforts to conduct primary and regional analyses, synthesis, and modeling; and publish the science of the team for scientific and non-scientific audiences. Y5 whole-team POW tasks are: a) Complete the project database. Objectives 1-4 tasked with collecting, cleaning and preparing project primary data for analysis will actively interface with the database team to assure all data are in the database by end of Y5; b) Identify point persons for Objectives and field treatment workgroups to accelerate integration of disciplinary knowledge, theories, data and findings within Objectives and across the team so as to push multi-disciplinary integration and to facilitate across team knowledge exchanges; c) Strengthen integration by utilizing whole team monthly/bimonthly meetings to present preliminary findings and plans for writing papers, to identify integration and cross-cutting themes, and to organize integrated synthesis-writing workgroups; d) Increase virtual and face-to-face time for integrated team clusters to accelerate exchange of theories, propose and test hypotheses, analyze and synthesize data, and publish science findings; e) Expand involvement of project extension educators into existing and new integrated team clusters to create more active feedback loops between research, extension, and education so that scientific findings have strong farmer applicability; f) Develop products for non-scientific audiences by communicating key scientific findings to extension and education so these science outputs become inputs that extension and education teams can use with their target audiences; g) Synthesize regional recommendations specific to experimental treatments (cover crops, drainage management, tillage, extended rotations, and N management, organic water use efficiency); h) Publish regional recommendations via methods that target extension educators, agricultural advisors and intermediaries, farm media, science teachers, and project website visitors; and, i) Develop workgroups and work closely with the CSCAP Advisory Board to explore mechanisms and partnerships to leverage and transfer the work of the team post-project (e.g., Midwest Climate Hub, North Central Region Experiment Station directors, NA Climate Smart Agriculture, industry-university-ARS consortia). The Y5 plan of work for Objectives 1 & 2 focuses on building upon prior years collaborative work within topic subgroups (cover crops, drainage water management, organic systems, tillage management, nitrogen management, extended rotations, and integrated pest management), the final year collection of field research data across the 35 CSCAP research network sites, transmittal of data into the central database, integration meetings with Objective 3-6 members, and preparation of regional publications synthesizing data across the CSCAP network. The Y5 plan of work for Obj. 3 includes ongoing synthesis and modeling of CSCAP data gathered during Y1-Y4, continued collaborative work among subgroups, improved functionality and support of the central database, and integrating socioeconomic and climate data into datasets for modeling and analysis. The Y5 plan of work for Obj. 4 centers on continued (1) analysis of the quantitative and qualitative data that were collected in Y1-Y3, and (2) dissemination of that information, especially through the CSCAP Obj. 5 extension network. The close partnership with USDA U2U (Useful to Useable) project will continue with analyses and publications from the Obj. 4 shared database. Analysis and reporting will lead to improved understanding of farmer perspectives on climate change and adaptive and mitigative action; dissemination of that information to inform the work of scientists, natural resource and agricultural professionals, and policy makers; strengthening the transdisciplinary linkages with other project Objectives; and, continuation of learning partnerships with extension educators and farmers in nine Corn Belt states. The Y5 plan of work for Obj. 5 includes continuing work with farmer groups, one-on-one discussions with farmers' about their production systems, state-specific field days and crop management meetings to convey science findings and recommendations to assist in establishing practices for adaptation to climate change and facilitated discussions on weather variability and agriculture. As part of the accelerated integration goal of Y5, extension educators have been asked to become more actively involved in output development themselves and to integrate with project work clusters to provide feedback to the development of regional recommendations to farmers and interpretation of findings for non-scientific audiences. The Y5 plan of work for Obj. 6 is shaped around five key areas: (1) translate the science on climate change and agriculture (from this project and others) into educational materials for targeted stakeholder groups, (2) awaken and inspire the next generations of scientists and agricultural professionals to "do" agricultural science, (3) synergize and catalyze impacts and accomplish more than the sum of outcomes from Objectives 1-5, (4) integrate and cycle educational outcomes generated by the respective Objectives back to transform the project, and (5) target the dissemination of the science, research, processes, results, and implications to priority audiences of the project: graduate students, undergraduate students, and high school science and agriculture teachers.

Impacts
What was accomplished under these goals? There are a number of high profile outcomes and impacts from Y4 for the whole team as well as individual Objectives. The Resilient Agriculture National Conference held August 5-7, 2014, in Ames, IA, drew 189 people including producers, farm leaders and agricultural organizations and was streamed to 70 online attendees. This national conference showcased: 1) many project science findings to date; 2) engagement of project farmers in the applications of the science; 3) strong partnerships built with the 25x'25 Alliance and the USDA U2U project; and, 4) project team engagement with knowledge exchanges among disciplines and stakeholders to address weather and climate challenges associated with corn-based cropping system management. A 48-page color magazine was published for the national conference with the farmer audience in mind; it highlighted project findings and was awarded for excellence by the American Society of Agronomy. A project-wide effort was the publication of key research in the Journal of Soil and Water Conservation (JSWC) Nov.-Dec. 2014 issue on Climate and Agriculture at http://www.jswconline.org/. Two years in the making, 14 of the 20 articles were authored all or in part by CSCAP researchers and graduate students. Collaborative research clusters and subgroups have worked more effectively together in Y4 on a cross-disciplinary and regional basis to analyze data and increase development of joint publication as result of increased understanding of diverse disciplinary perspectives and stronger trust relationships. Members have increased their comfort in communicating across disciplines and actively exchanging knowledge and generating new ideas to guide hypothesis testing and interpretation of findings. One outcome from the training of students has been the publication of 19 journal articles they have authored/co-authored to-date. The systems science focus and cross-disciplinary opportunities to learn continues to attract talented young people into the team, and to agricultural-based sciences. At this time, all Year 4 milestones are completed, although some have shifted in terms of focus or scale as the team continues to build out in many areas well beyond these milestones. Further accomplishments are listed by Objective: Obj 1 & 2: Continuation of the team's research network of 35 sites that is being leveraged for additional funds and research beyond the original scope of CSCAP and is used to drive scientific and lay publications; Continued development of graduate student capacity in conducting field research and a knowledge of protocol methods and collection of data beyond their specific discipline; Working groups were formed, with many of them highly functioning and well prepared to undertake the synthesis and analysis of data across time and space; Greater appreciation for the modeling and synthesis ability of Obj 3 personnel based on working group discussions and products; Sharing of findings to the entire team to aid comprehension and knowledge of C, N, and water responses to the treatments being investigated; and Dissemination of research through papers in journals, presentations, and the media to build scientific knowledge of the capacity these treatments have for adaptation and mitigation. Obj 3: Interactions with the central database and data owners in use of primary data, interpretation, and co-authorship; Supporting and continuing to build consistency among Obj. 1 & 2 members in their familiarity and ease of data entry with an overall high level of comfort and ability attained. Data reviews summarizing data entered/missing for each subcontract were conducted and this further built the relationships between the Objectives; Continued development of graduate student capacity in data synthesis and modeling with connections to field research that go beyond their specific discipline; The Obj. 3 team has been building collaborations with other Objective teams as well as among the modeling teams. For example, SALUS and DAYCENT are being used in tandem with SALUS predicting impacts of climate variability on corn yield and these yield changes allowing for more accurate predictions of soil N2O emissions; Dissemination of research through papers in refereed journals, presentations, and the media to build scientific knowledge of the effectiveness of these treatments in providing climate adaptation and mitigation; and, Continuing to build partnerships beyond the CSCAP to connect with data sources and model developers. Obj 4: Publication of the "Farmer Perspectives on Agriculture and Weather Variability in the Corn Belt: A Statistical Atlas" presenting data from the survey of 4,778 farmers across 11 states and 22 HUC6 watersheds in tabular and map form. This major product of a dynamic partnership with the Purdue-led USDA grant "Useful to Usable" (U2U) and the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) was downloaded 11,399 times in 2014; Dissemination of findings to key stakeholders and policy makers with several presentations to USDA administrators in the OSEC, NRCS, ARS, and FSA offices; these helped to guide language used by the Secretary of Agriculture in discussing climate change and framing the newly developing Climate Hubs. The scientific process and methods used in the survey have informed other farmer surveys throughout the US; Establishment of transdisciplinary research and extension partnerships across the CSCAP Objectives and incorporation of farmer survey data and in-person interview qualitative data to guide and interpret Obj 3 watershed modeling efforts; and Increased capacity among extension educators to translate climate and agriculture science to farmers by focusing on key adaptive strategies and concerns revealed through survey and interviews. Obj 5: Extension educators in all CSCAP states incorporated climate and agriculture presentations, information, and discussions into their existing extension programming efforts and reached over 7000 farmers, crop consultants, and other extension educators, Several extension educators have been able to step in to state-based information needs because of their knowledge through and experience with the CSCAP, Garnering widespread support in the team's efforts to programmatically strengthen the Land Grant University's focus on climate education for agriculture represents a significant shift relative to past efforts. Educators in IN and MI have conducted extension in-service this past year to address this need, and Partnership with the U2U project continued with promotion of U2U tools facilitated by CSCAP extension educators in extension presentations, newsletters, one-on-one conversations, and at the national conference. Obj 6: Graduate student involvement in research, extension and education efforts of the team are helping to shape them into the next generation of climate and agricultural scientists and educators. Currently, we have 47 graduate students. Many new graduate students recently joined the team and are being trained by individual PD's. Graduate students are highly engaged in team activities and presenting their work to external audiences. There was high student participation at the national conference with 71% of the team posters presented by graduate students. Students also are actively attending and presenting at professional society meetings. The web-based graduate seminar titled "The Science behind Climate Change" provided an opportunity for the students to learn about various sciences as they relate to climate change. CSCAP climate camps for science and agriculture teachers were hosted in IA, MN, and OH. The appointment of our third graduate student representative to the Leadership Team continues two-way communication between the graduate students and the leadership team.

Publications

  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Arbuckle, J. and H. Rosman. 2014. Investigating Iowa farmers' use of nutrient management strategies: Results from the Iowa farm and rural life poll. Iowa Water Conference, Ames, IA. March 3, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Edwards, L. 2014. Climatological context of extreme Events: The South Dakota blizzard of October 2013. REACCH 2014 Annual Meeting Posters. Tri-Cities, WA, March 5-8, 2013. https://www.reacchpna.org/whatsnew/meetings/reacch-meeting-2014/reacch-2014-annual-meeting-materials/
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Edwards, L. 2014. Water use demand for corn in northeastern South Dakota. American Meteorological Society conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences and Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, Portland, OR. May 14, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Miller, W., O.P. McCubbins and L. Frescoln. 2014. Climate change and agriculture: Preparing the next generation via a climate change workshop. Building an Integrated and Sustainable Vision for Cropping System [Poster Symposium]. 2014. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Aug. 5-7, 2014, Ames, IA. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0160-2014. http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Publications/Posters_docs/2014/32-Miller%20et%20al.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Moore, R., D. Todey, W. Miller, K. Lekies and N. Nkongolo. 2014. Climate education solutions for the US corn belt. The 14th National Conference and Global Forum on Science, Policy and the Environment: Building Climate Solutions, Washington DC. Jan. 28-30, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Moore, R. 2014. The mental mapping of amish farming production, social organization, and nature in Ohio, USA. Workshop on the Interconnections between the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Brain Science, Tohoku University Department of Resource and Environmental Economics, Feb. 20, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Blockstein, D. and A. Herrera. 2014. CAMEL (Climate Adaptation and Mitigation E-Learning)  A source of information about climate change and agriculture at www.CAMELclimatechange.org. Building an Integrated and Sustainable Vision for Cropping System [Poster Symposium]. 2014. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Aug. 5-7, 2014, Ames, IA. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0160-2014. http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Publications/Posters_docs/2014/31-Blockstein%20and%20Herrera.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Moore, R. K. Lekies, W. Miller, L. Frescoln, N. Nkongolo, D. Todey, M. Schafbuch and D. Hudgins. 2014. Climate education solutions for the US corn belt. Building an Integrated and Sustainable Vision for Cropping System [Poster Symposium]. 2014. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Aug. 5-7, 2014, Ames, IA. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0160-2014. http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Publications/Posters_docs/2014/30-Moore%20et%20al.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Hatfield, J. 2014. Climate change and agriculture in the United States. CSCAP Resilient Agriculture Conference, Ames, IA. Aug. 5-7, 2014. http://sustainablecorn.org/conf-pages/images/Program_ResilientAg.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Fausey, N.R. 2014. Nutrient concentration trends in drainage water as effected by DWM. ADMS Task Force Meeting, Findlay, OH. Apr. 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Kladivko, E., B. Overstreet and C. Ellis. 2014. Cover crops options and management. Field Demonstrations, CSCAP Resilient Agriculture Conference, Ames, IA. Aug. 5-7, 2014. http://sustainablecorn.org/conf-pages/images/Program_ResilientAg.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Hildebrandt, B., A.N. Kravchenko and T.L. Marsh. 2013. Biogeochemical processes controlling soil carbon storage in conventional and cover-crop-enhanced row crop agro-ecosystems. 5th Annual Argonne Soil Metagenomics Meeting, Bloomingdale, IL. Oct. 24, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Negassa, W., R. Price, A. Basir, S. Snapp and A. Kravchenko 2014. Cover crop and ridge tillage effect on greenhouse gas emission at diverse agricultural landscapes. Building an Integrated and Sustainable Vision for Cropping System [Poster Symposium]. 2014. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Aug. 5-7, 2014, Ames, IA. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0160-2014. http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Publications/Posters_docs/2014/12-Negassa%20et%20al.pdf
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Obade, V. and R. Lal. 2014. Soil quality evaluation under different land management practices. Environ. Earth Sci. 72: 4531-4549. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12665-014-3353-z
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Obade, V. and R. Lal. 2014. Using meta-analyses to assess pedo-variability under different land uses and soil management in central Ohio, USA. Geoderma. 232-234: 56-68. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geoderma.2014.04.030
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Lal, R. 2014. Societal value of soil carbon. J. Soil Water Conserv., Sp. Issue for Climate and Agriculture. 69(6): 186A-192A. http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.2489/jswc.69.6.186A
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  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Basche, A., F. Miguez, T. Kasper and M. Castellano. 2014. Do cover crops increase or decrease nitrous oxide emissions in agroecosystems? A meta-analysis. J. Soil Water Conserv., Sp. Issue for Climate and Agriculture. 69(6): 471-482. http://dx.doi.org/10.2489/jswc.69.6.471
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Arbuckle, J.G., J. Hobbs, A. Loy, L.W. Morton, L. Prokopy and J. Tyndall. 2014. Understanding farmer perspectives on climate change: Toward effective communication strategies for adaptation and mitigation in the corn belt. J. Soil Water Conserv., Sp. Issue for Climate and Agriculture. 69(6): 505-516. http://dx.doi.org/10.2489/jswc.69.6.505
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Reimer, A., A. Thompson, L.S. Prokopy, J. Arbuckle, K. Genskow, D. Jackson-Smith, G. Lynne, L. McCann, L.W. Morton and P. Nowak. 2014. People, place, behavior, and context: A research agenda for expanding our understanding of what motivates farmers' conservation behaviors. J. Soil Water Conserv. 69: 57A-61A. http://dx.doi.org/10.2489/jswc.69.2.57A
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Arbuckle, J., L.W. Morton and J. Hobbs. 2013. Understanding farmer perspectives on climate change adaptation and mitigation: The roles of trust in sources of climate information, climate change beliefs, and perceived risk. Environ. Behav. 1-30. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0013916513503832
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Tyndall, J.C. and G. Roesch. 2014. A standardized approach to the financial analysis of structural water quality BMPs. J. Extension. 52: 3 http://www.joe.org/joe/2014june/a10.php
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Wilke, A.K. and L.W. Morton. 2014. Climatologists patterns of conveying climate science to the agricultural community. Agric. Human Values. 32:99-110. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10460-014-9531-5
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Olson, K.R. and L.W. Morton. 2014. Dredging of the fractured bedrock laden Mississippi river channel at Thebes, Illinois. J. Soil Water Conserv. 69(2): 31A-35A. http://dx.doi.org/10.2134/10.2489/jswc.69.2.31A
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Olson, K.R. and L.W. Morton. 2014. The 2011 Ohio River floodwaters reclaimed its ancient floodway through the cache river valley of southern Illinois. J. Soil Water Conserv. 69(1): 5A-10A. http://dx.doi.org/10.2489/jswc.69.1.5A
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Eigenbrode S., L.W. Morton and T. Martin. 2014. Big interdisciplinarity to address climate change and agriculture: Lessons from three USDA coordinated agricultural projects (CAPs) J. Soil Water Conserv., Sp. Issue for Climate and Agriculture. 69(6): 170A-175A. http://dx.doi.org/10.2489/jswc.69.6.170A
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Morton, L.W. 2014. The science of variable climate and agro-ecosystem management. J. Soil Water Conserv., Sp. Issue for Climate and Agriculture. 69(6): 207A-212A. http://dx.doi.org/10.2489/jswc.69.6.207A
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Morton, L.W. 2014. Achieving water security in agriculture the human factor. Agron. J. 106: 1-4. http://dx.doi.org/10.2134/agronj14.0039
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Prokopy, L., L. Morton, J. Arbuckle, A. Mase and A. Wike. 2014. Agricultural stakeholder views on climate change: Implications for conducting research and outreach. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc. http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-D-13-00172.1
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  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Olson, K., M. Al-Kaisi, R. Lal and B. Lowery. 2014. Examining the paired comparison method approach for determining soil organic carbon sequestration rates. J. Soil Water Conserv., Sp. Issue for Climate and Agriculture. 69(6): 193A-197A. http://dx.doi.org/10.2489/jswc.69.6.193A
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Oliveira, L.F. and P.C. Scharf. 2014. Diurnal variability in reflectance measurements from cotton. Crop Sci. 54: 1769-1781. http://dx.doi.org/10.2135/cropsci2013.04.0217
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Casa, R., F. Castaldi, S. Pascucci, B. Basso and S. Pignatti. 2013. Geophysical and hyperspectral data fusion techniques for in-field estimation of soil properties. Vadose Zone J. 12: 1-10. http://dx.doi.org/10.2136/vzj2012.0201
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Basso, B., A. Kendall and D.W. Hyndman. 2013. The future of agriculture over the Ogallala Aquifer: Solutions to grow crops more efficiently with limited water. Earth Sci. 1(1): 39-41. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/2013EF000107
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Marino, S., M. Aria. B. Basso, A. Leone and A. Alvino. 2014. Use of soil and vegetation spectroradiometry to investigate water use efficiency of a drip irrigated tomato. Eur. J. Agron. 59: 66-77. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.eja.2014.05.012
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Kavdir, Y., W. Zhang, B. Basso and A.J.M. Smucker. 2014. Development of a new long-term drought resilient soil water technology. J. Soil Water Conserv. 69(5): 154A-160A. http://dx.doi.org/10.2489/jswc.69.5.154A
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Cammarano D., G. Fritzgerald, R. Casa and B.Basso. 2014. Assessing the robustness of vegetation indices to estimate wheat N in Mediterranean environments. Remote Sensing. 6: 2827-2844. http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/rs6042827
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Van Hoang, T., T.Y. Chou, B. Basso, M.L. Yeh and C.Y. Chien. 2014. Climate change impact on agricultural productivity and environment influence based on simulation model. 3(1): 642-659. http://technical.cloud-journals.com/index.php/IJARSG/article/view/Tech-286
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Olson, K.R. and L. W. Morton 2014. Runaway barges damage Marseilles Lock and Dam during 2013 flood on the Illinois river. J. Soil Water Conserv. 69(4): 104-109. http://dx.doi.org/10.2489/jswc.69.4.104A
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Harr, R.N., L. Wright Morton, S.R. Rusk, D.M. Engle, J.R. Miller and D. Debinski. 2014. Landowners' perceptions of risk in grassland management: woody plant encroachment and prescribed fire. Ecol. Soc. 19(2): 41. http://doi.org/10.5751/ES-06404-190241
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Martre, P., D. Wallach, S. Asseng, F. Ewert, J.W. Jones, R.P. R�tter, K.J. Boote, A.C. Ruane, P.J. Thorburn, D. Cammarano, J.L. Hatfield, C. Rosenzweig, P.K. Aggarwal, C. Angulo, B. Basso, P. Bertuzzi, C. Biernath, N. Brisson, A.J. Challinor, J. Doltra, S. Gayler, R. Goldberg, R.F. Grant, L. Heng, J. Hooker, L.A. Hunt, J. Ingwersen, R.C Izaurralde, K.C. Kersebaum, C. M�ller, S.N. Kumar, C. Nendel, G. O'Leary, J.E. Olesen, T.M. Osborne, T. Palosuo, E. Priesack, D. Ripoche, M.A. Semenov, I. Shcherbak, P. Steduto, C.O. St�ckle, P. Stratonovitch, T. Streck, I. Supit, F. Tao, M. Travasso, K. Waha, J.W. White and J. Wolf. 2014. Multimodel ensembles of wheat growth: Many models are better than one. Glob. Change Biol. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/gcb.12768
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Basso, B. and J.T. Ritchie. 2014. Temperature and drought effects on maize yield. Nature Clim. Change 4: 233. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nclimate2139
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Bassu, S. N. Brisson, J. Durand , K. Boote, J. Lizaso, J.W. Jones, C. Rosenzweig, A.C. Ruane, M. Adam, C. Baron, B. Basso, C. Biernath, H. Boogaard, S. Conijn, M. Corbeels, D. Deryng, G. De Sanctis, S. Gayler, P. Grassini, J. Hatfield, S. Hoek, C. Izaurralde, R. Jongschaap, A.R. Kemanian, K.C. Kersebaum, S. Kim, N.S. Kumar, D. Makowski, C.M�ller, C. Nendel, E. Priesack, M.V. Pravia, F. Sau, I. Shcherbak, F. Tao, E. Teixeira, D. Timlin and K. Waha. 2014. How do various maize crop models vary in their responses to climate change factors?. Glob. Change Biol. 20(7): 23012320. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/gcb.12520
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Dumont B., B. Basso, V. Leemans, B. Bodson, J.P. Destain, and M.F. Destain. 2014. Systematic analysis of site-specific yield distributions resulting from nitrogen management and climatic variability interactions. Precis. Agric. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11119-014-9380-7
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Morton, L.W. and K.R. Olson. 2014. Addressing soil degradation and flood risk decision making in levee protected agricultural lands under increasingly variable climate conditions. J. Environ. Prot. 5: 1220-1234. http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/jep.2014.512117
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Comito, J., J. Wolseth and L.W. Morton. 2013. Stewards, businessmen, and heroes? Role conflict and contradiction among row-crop farmers in an age of environmental uncertainty. Hum. Organ. 72(4): 283-292. http://search.proquest.com.proxy.lib.iastate.edu/docview/1467970847/abstract?accountid=10906
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Lahdou, G.B. 2014. Systematic analysis of drainage events in free draining and managed subsurface drainage systems. Purdue University, ProQuest, UMI Dissertations Publishing, 2014. Library weblink not online yet.
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Goeken, R. 2013. Effects of perennial and cover crops on hydrology in Iowa. Graduate Theses and Dissertations, Iowa State University. Paper 13322. http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/etd/13322/
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Zaworski, E. 2014. Effects of ILeVO� on soybean sudden death syndrome and soybean cyst nematode. Graduate Theses and Dissertations, Iowa State University. Library weblink not online yet.
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Li, A. 2014. Model-based life cycle environmental impacts analysis of agricultural managements on corn production. Proquest Dissertations & Theses, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI. Library link not online yet.
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  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Chun-mei, C. 2013. Observation-based algorithm development for subsurface hydrology in northern temperate wetlands. Purdue University, ProQuest, UMI Dissertations Publishing, 2013. 3612937. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1508833742
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Saadat, S., C. Hughes, G.B. Lahdou, J. Frankenberger, L. Bowling and E. Kladivko. 2014. Drainage water management effect on soil moisture, drain flow, and overland flow. Building an Integrated and Sustainable Vision for Cropping System [Poster Symposium]. 2014. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Aug. 5-7, 2014, Ames, IA. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0160-2014. http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Publications/Posters_docs/2014/04-Saadat%20et%20al.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Frankenberger, J.R., G. Lahdou and L. Bowling. 2014. Drainage research in Indiana. Agricultural Drainage Management Systems Task Force Meeting, Findlay, OH. Apr. 3, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Geiger, L., M. Helmers, C. Pederson and A. Lagzdins. 2014. Effects of drainage water management on crop yield, drainage volume, and nitrate loss in southeastern Iowa. Building an Integrated and Sustainable Vision for Cropping System [Poster Symposium]. 2014. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Aug. 5-7, 2014, Ames, IA. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0160-2014. http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Publications/Posters_docs/2014/06-Geiger%20et%20al.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Lagzdins, A., M. Helmers, C. Pederson, L. Geiger, X. Zhou and A. Daigh. 2014. Effects of nitrogen application timing, tillage systems and winter cereal rye cover crop on corn and soybean yields and nitrate-nitrogen concentrations from a tile-drained field in Iowa. Building an Integrated and Sustainable Vision for Cropping System [Poster Symposium]. 2014. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Aug. 5-7, 2014, Ames, IA. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0160-2014. http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Publications/Posters_docs/2014/07-Lagzdins%20et%20al.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Horton, K., J. Cavadini, E. Kladivko, J. Camberato and S. Casteel. 2013. Nitrogen cycling with oilseed radish cover crops in Indiana crop rotations. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. Nov. 3-6, 2013. https://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2013am/webprogram/Paper80528.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Cavadini, J., K. Horton, E. Kladivko, B. Joern and D. Smith. 2013. Cover crop bicultures and their effects on phosphorus cycling and soil conservation. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. Nov. 3-6, 2013. https://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2013am/webprogram/Paper81449.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Kladivko, E. 2014. Cover crops and climate change. CSCAP Resilient Agriculture Conference, Ames, IA. Aug. 5-7, 2014. http://sustainablecorn.org/conf-pages/images/Program_ResilientAg.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Frank, T.J. and E.J. Kladivko. 2014. Effects of a Cereal Rye (Secale cereale L.) cover crop on soil properties and crop productivity in southeast Indiana. Building an Integrated and Sustainable Vision for Cropping System [Poster Symposium]. 2014. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Aug. 5-7, 2014, Ames, IA. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0160-2014. http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Publications/Posters_docs/2014/08-Frank%20and%20Kladivko.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Kravchenko, A. 2013. Statistical challenges in soil carbon and GHG emission analyses. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. Nov. 3-6, 2013. https://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2013am/webprogram/Paper78842.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Negassa, W., A. Guber, A. Kravchenko, B. Hildebrandt, T. Marsh and M. Rivers. 2013. Does X-ray computed Tomography affect soil respiration and microbial activity?. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. Nov. 3-6, 2013. https://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2013am/webprogram/Paper79829.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Ladoni, M. and A. Kravchenko 2013. Interactive effects of cover crops and topography on soil nitrate levels. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. Nov. 3-6, 2013. https://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2013am/webprogram/Paper79045.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Munoz-Robayo, J.D., A.K. Guber, B. Basso and A. Kravchenko. 2013. One-dimensional modeling of crop production with topography corrected infiltration. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. Nov. 3-6, 2013. https://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2013am/webprogram/Paper79338.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Negassa, W., A. Guber, A. Kravchenko and M. Rivers. 2013. Soil pore structure influences rates of soil organic carbon and plant residue decomposition: Evidence from coupled incubation and X-Ray computed tomography analyses. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. Nov. 3-6, 2013. https://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2013am/webprogram/Paper79433.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Kravchenko, A.N., B. Hildebrandt, T.L.Marsh, W. Negassa, A.K. Guber and M.L. Rivers. 2014. Better understanding of intra-aggregate processes from combining X-ray computed micro-tomography and phylogenetic composition of bacterial community analyses. Annual meeting of British Society of Soil Science, Manchester, United Kingdom. Sept. 3-4, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Negassa, W., A.K. Guber, A.N. Kravchenko and M.L. Rivers. 2014. Influence of pore size distributions on decomposition of maize leaf residue: evidence from X-ray computed micro-tomography. Annual meeting of the European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria. Apr. 27-May 2, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Obade, V. and R. Lal. 2013. Using Meta-Analyses to assess pedo-variability under different land management. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. Nov. 3-6, 2013. https://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2013am/webprogram/Paper78476.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Mukherjee, A. and R. Lal. 2013. Tillage effects on quality of two contrasting soils. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. Nov. 3-6, 2013. https://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2013am/webprogram/Paper79743.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Lal, R. 2014. Carbon's resiliency role. CSCAP Resilient Agriculture Conference, Ames, IA. Aug. 5-7, 2014. http://sustainablecorn.org/conf-pages/images/Program_ResilientAg.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Obade, V. and R. Lal. 2014. Towards a consistent soil quality index. Building an Integrated and Sustainable Vision for Cropping System [Poster Symposium]. 2014. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Aug. 5-7, 2014, Ames, IA. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0160-2014. http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Publications/Posters_docs/2014/19-Obade%20and%20Lal.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Nakajima, T. and R. Lal. 2014. Assessing of soil quality index by scoring function analysis in Ohio. Building an Integrated and Sustainable Vision for Cropping System [Poster Symposium]. 2014. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Aug. 5-7, 2014, Ames, IA. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0160-2014. http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Publications/Posters_docs/2014/20-Nakajima%20and%20Lal.PDF
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Mukherjee, A. and R. Lal. 2014. Comparison of soil quality from three on-site farms in Ohio. Building an Integrated and Sustainable Vision for Cropping System [Poster Symposium]. 2014. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Aug. 5-7, 2014, Ames, IA. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0160-2014. http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Publications/Posters_docs/2014/21-Mukherjee%20and%20lal.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Kazulla, M., J. Lauer and T. Diallo. 2014. Greenhouse gases emission from Wisconsin soils in long-term corn-based crop rotations. Building an Integrated and Sustainable Vision for Cropping System [Poster Symposium]. 2014. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Aug. 5-7, 2014, Ames, IA. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0160-2014. http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Publications/Posters_docs/2014/28-Maciek%20Kazula.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Lauer, J. 2014. Cropping Systems Coordinated Agricultural Project: Extended rotations. CSCAP Resilient Agriculture Conference, Ames, IA. Aug. 5-7, 2014. http://sustainablecorn.org/conf-pages/images/Program_ResilientAg.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Nafziger, E.D. and M.B. Villamil. 2013. Crop rotation and tillage effects on corn and soybean yields. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. Nov. 3-6, 2013. https://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2013am/webprogram/Paper80819.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Zuber, S., G. Behnke, M.B. Villamil and E.D. Nafziger. 2013. Crop rotation and tillage effects on soil properties. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. Nov. 3-6, 2013. https://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2013am/webprogram/Paper79275.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Lee, S. and R.M. Cruse. 2014. Impact of soil erosion and climate on crop yield. Building an Integrated and Sustainable Vision for Cropping System [Poster Symposium]. 2014. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Aug. 5-7, 2014, Ames, IA. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0160-2014. http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Publications/Posters_docs/2014/18-Lee%20and%20Cruse.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Walia, M. and W.A. Dick. 2014. Effect of gypsum and crop residues on greenhouse gas fluxes from two contrasting soils in Ohio. Building an Integrated and Sustainable Vision for Cropping System [Poster Symposium]. 2014. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Aug. 5-7, 2014, Ames, IA. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0160-2014. http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Publications/Posters_docs/2014/25-Walia%20and%20Dick.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Sengupta, A. and W.A. Dick. 2014. Microbial diversity in long-term plots using pyrosequencing. Building an Integrated and Sustainable Vision for Cropping System [Poster Symposium]. 2014. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Aug. 5-7, 2014, Ames, IA. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0160-2014. http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Publications/Posters_docs/2014/24-Sengupta%20and%20Dick.pdf
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Ashtekar, J. 2014. Utilizing knowledge-based inference soil mapping to scale soil-crop interactions. Purdue University, ProQuest, UMI Dissertations Publishing, 2014. Library weblink not online yet.
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Hobbs, J. 2014. Characterizing diurnal and interannual variability in the atmosphere through physical and stochastic models. Graduate Theses and Dissertations, Iowa State University. Paper 13648. http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/etd/13648/
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Castellano, M. 2013. Nitrous oxide emissions from intensively managed croplands: the role of carbon inputs. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA. December 9-13, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Chen, L., D. Kost, C. Dygert and W. Dick. 2013. Tillage, crop rotation, nitrogen fertilizer and cover crop impacts on greenhouse gas fluxes from an Ohio soil. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. Nov. 3-6, 2013. https://scisoc.confex.com/crops/2013am/webprogram/Paper79784.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Fausey, N.R. 2014. Nutrient concentration trends in drainage water as effected by DWM. NCREA 217 Meeting, Findlay, OH. Apr. 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Snyder, E., J. Srock and N. Fausey. 2014. Regional differences in water use by corn under different cropping systems. Building an Integrated and Sustainable Vision for Cropping System [Poster Symposium]. 2014. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Aug. 5-7, 2014, Ames, IA. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0160-2014. http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Publications/Posters_docs/2014/03-Snyder%20et%20al.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Pease, L.A., N.R. Fausey and J.F. Martin. 2014. Controlled drainage reduces nitrogen and phosphorus loading in the Lake Erie watershed. Building an Integrated and Sustainable Vision for Cropping System [Poster Symposium]. 2014. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Aug. 5-7, 2014, Ames, IA. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0160-2014. http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Publications/Posters_docs/2014/05-Kilpatrick%20et%20al.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Fausey, N.R. 2014. Impact of controlled drainage on nitrogen and phosphorus loading in the Lake Erie watershed. ASABE Annual International Meeting in Montreal, Canada. July 13-16, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Frankenberger, J., M. Helmers and S. Wohnoutka. 2014. Drainage water management. Field Demonstrations, CSCAP Resilient Agriculture Conference, Ames, IA. Aug. 5-7, 2014. http://sustainablecorn.org/conf-pages/images/Program_ResilientAg.pdf
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Mitchell, D.C., M.J. Helmers, T.B. Parkin, X.. Zhou and M.J. Castellano. 2014. Comparing nitrate sink strength in perennial filter strips at toeslope of cropland watersheds. J. Environ. Qual. 43(6). http://dx.doi.org/10.2134/jeq2014.05.0201
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Iqbal, J., M.J. Helmers, X.B. Zhou, T.B. Parkin and M. Castellano. 2014. Denitrification and N2O emissions in annual croplands, perennial grass buffers and restored perennial grasslands. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. http://dx.doi.org/10.2136/sssaj2014.05.0221
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Iqbal, J., T.B. Parkin and M. Castellano. 2013. Accuracy and precision of no instrument is guaranteed: A reply to Rosenstock et al. Glob. Change Biol. 20(5): 1362-1365. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/gcb.12446.
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Campbell, B., L. Chen, C. Dygert and W. Dick. 2014. Tillage and crop rotation impacts on greenhouse gas fluxes from two long-term agronomic experimental sites in Ohio. J. Soil Water Conserv., Sp. Issue for Climate and Agriculture. 69(6): 543-552. http://dx.doi.org/10.2489/jswc.69.6.543
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Daigh, A.L., M.J. Helmers, E. Kladivko, X. Zhou, R. Goeken, J. Cavadini, D. Barker and J. Sawyer. 2014. Soil water during the drought of 2012 as affected by rye cover crop in fields in Iowa and Indiana. J. Soil Water Conserv., Sp. Issue for Climate and Agriculture. 69(6): 564-573. http://dx.doi.org/10.2489/jswc.69.6.564
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Kladivko, E.J., M.J. Helmers, L.J. Abendroth, D. Herzmann, R. Lal, M. Castellano, D.S. Mueller, J.E. Sawyer, R.P. Anex, R.W. Arritt, B. Basso, J.V. Bonta, L. Bowling, R.M. Cruse, N.R. Fausey, J. Frankenberger, P. Gassman, A.J. Gassmann, C.L. Kling, A. Kravchenko, J.G. Lauer, F.E. Miguez, E.D. Nafziger, N. Nkongolo, M. O'Neal, L.B. Owens, P. Owens, P. Scharf, M.J. Shipitalo, J.S. Strock and M.B. Villamil. 2014. Standardized research protocols enable transdisciplinary research of climate variation impacts in corn production systems. J. Soil Water Conserv., Sp. Issue for Climate and Agriculture. 69(6): 532-542. http://dx.doi.org/10.2489/jswc.69.6.532
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Ali, H. and N. Nkongolo. 2014. Relationship between soil properties and CO2 and N2O emissions in corn-soybean rotation. Building an Integrated and Sustainable Vision for Cropping System [Poster Symposium]. 2014. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Aug. 5-7, 2014, Ames, IA. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0160-2014. http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Publications/Posters_docs/2014/26-Ali%20and%20Nkongolo.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Ali, H. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2014. Relationship between soil properties and CO2 and N2O emissions in corn-soybean rotation. 50th Annual Missouri Academy of Science Conference, University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, MO. Apr. 25-26, 2014. http://missouriacadsci.org/2014Sections/Poster-Abstracts-revised.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Haruna, S.I. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2014. The effects of two years of tillage, cover crop and crop rotation on soil chemical properties and nutrients. 50th Annual Missouri Academy of Science Conference, University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, MO. Apr. 25-26, 2014. http://missouriacadsci.org/2014Sections/Poster-Abstracts-revised.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Sawyer, J., P. Scharf and D. Wolkowski. 2014. Rye cover crop, corn nitrogen fertilization, and canopy sensing. Field Demonstrations, CSCAP Resilient Agriculture Conference, Ames, IA. Aug. 5-7, 2014. http://sustainablecorn.org/conf-pages/images/Program_ResilientAg.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Scharf, P. 2013. Managing nitrogen in flood and drought. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. Nov. 3-6, 2013. https://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2013am/webprogram/Paper82124.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Scharf, P. 2013. Sensor-based N rates: Opportunities, on-farm results, and obstacles. Ag Masters Conference, Champaign, IL. Dec. 2, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Scharf, P. 2013. Canopy sensors to match N rate to crop need and reduce the pool of vulnerable nitrate. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. Nov. 3-6, 2013. https://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2013am/webprogram/Paper82214.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Behnke, G., S. Zuber, E.D. Nafziger and M.B. Villamil. 2013. Long term crop rotation and tillage effects on greenhouse gas emissions from corn, soybean and wheat systems in Illinois, USA. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. Nov. 3-6, 2013. https://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2013am/webprogram/Paper78787.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Panday, D. and N. Nkongolo. 2014. Effect of tillage, cover crop and corn-soybean rotation on soil pore space indices. Building an Integrated and Sustainable Vision for Cropping System [Poster Symposium]. 2014. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Aug. 5-7, 2014, Ames, IA. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0160-2014. http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Publications/Posters_docs/2014/09-Panday%20and%20Nkongolo.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Haruna, S.I., N.V. Nkongolo and S.H. Anderso. 2014. Effects of cover crop management on soil physical and biological properties. Soil and Water Conservation Society Annual Conference, Lombard, IL. July 27-30, 2014. http://www.swcs.org/documents/filelibrary/14ac/Abstract_Book__FINAL_FB7B07FB89022.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Strock, J.S., P.H. Pagliari, S.E. Feser and G. Feyereisen. 2013. Factoring P into N-Based controlled drainage management. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. Nov. 3-6, 2013. https://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2013am/webprogram/Paper77632.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Strock, J.S., P.H. Pagliari, S.E. Feser, E.E. Evans and M.R. Coulter. 2013. Drainage management, climate change and soil health. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. Nov. 3-6, 2013. https://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2013am/webprogram/Paper78778.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Strock, J. 2014. Crop water use and its role in ensuring resilience in a changing climate. CSCAP Resilient Agriculture Conference, Ames, IA. Aug.5-7, 2014. http://sustainablecorn.org/Videos/Index.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Davis, V., B. Bailey and J. Iqbal. 2014. Measuring greenhouse gases. Field Demonstrations, CSCAP Resilient Agriculture Conference, Ames, IA. Aug. 5-7, 2014. http://sustainablecorn.org/conf-pages/images/Program_ResilientAg.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Dunbar, M.W., A.J. Gassmann and M.E. ONeal. 2013. Impacts of rye cover crop on ground-dwelling beneficial arthropods. Entomological Society of America, North Central Branch Meeting, Rapids City, IA, June 16-19, 2013. https://esa.confex.com/esa/2013ncb/webprogram/Paper73303.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Dunbar, M.W., M.E. O'Neal, and A. Gassmann. 2014. Effect of crop management on root injury, adult abundance, and susceptibility to Bt toxins on western corn rootworm. Entomological Society of America North Central Branch Meeting, Des Moines, IA. Mar. 9-12, 2014. https://esa.confex.com/esa/2014ncb/webprogram/Paper81658.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Dunbar, M. 2014. Crop insects. CSCAP Resilient Agriculture Conference, Ames, IA. Aug. 5-7, 2014. http://sustainablecorn.org/conf-pages/images/Program_ResilientAg.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Zaworski, E.R., G.L. Tylka and D.S. Mueller. 2014. Effects of fluopyram on soybean sudden death syndrome and soybean cyst nematode. Building an Integrated and Sustainable Vision for Cropping System [Poster Symposium]. 2014. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Aug. 5-7, 2014, Ames, IA. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0160-2014. http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Publications/Posters_docs/2014/23-Zaworski%20et%20al.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Gu, L., R. Anex, E. Kladivko, M. Helmers, J. Sawyer and P. Scharf. 2014. Life cycle impacts of a corn-soybean system with and without cover crop. Building an Integrated and Sustainable Vision for Cropping System [Poster Symposium]. 2014. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Aug. 5-7, 2014, Ames, IA. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0160-2014. http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Publications/Posters_docs/2014/14-Gu%20et%20al.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Anex, R. 2014. Nitrogen and its role in agriculture resilience to climate change. CSCAP Resilient Agriculture Conference, Ames, IA. Aug. 5-7, 2014. http://sustainablecorn.org/conf-pages/images/Program_ResilientAg.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Necpalova, M., M.N. Fienen, S. DelGrosso and R. Anex. 2014. Inverse modeling of DayCENT. Discovery Challenge Research Symposium, Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery, Madison, WI. May 21, 2014. http://discovery.wisc.edu/home/town-center/programs--events/discovery-challenge/Discovery%20challenge.cmsx
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Arritt, R.W. and A.R. Daniel. 2014. Precipitation intensity changes in regional climate projections for North America. EGU General Assembly Conference, Vienna, Austria. Apr. 27 - May 2, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Arritt, R., P.Y. Groisman and A.R. Daniel. 2014. Predicted changes in extreme heavy precipitation over North America. 7th International Scientific Conference on the Global Energy and Water Cycle, Hague, Netherlands. July 14-17, 2014. http://gewex.org/2014conf/home.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Arritt, R., P.Y. Groisman and A.R. Daniel. 2014. Projecting trends in extreme precipitation with a multiple GCM and mixed physics ensemble. 3rd Lund Regional-scale Climate Modelling Workshop: 21st Century Challenges in Regional Climate Modelling, Lund, Sweden. June 16-19, 2014. http://www.baltex-research.eu/RCM2014/afterm.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Basso, B. 2014. Predicting the impact of increasing temperatures on corn yield. CSCAP Resilient Agriculture Conference, Ames, IA. Aug. 5-7, 2014. http://sustainablecorn.org/conf-pages/images/Program_ResilientAg.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Nagelkirk, R. and B. Basso. 2014. Modeling the impacts of climate change on midwestern U.S. corn yields. Building an Integrated and Sustainable Vision for Cropping System [Poster Symposium]. 2014. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Aug. 5-7, 2014, Ames, IA. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0160-2014. http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Publications/Posters_docs/2014/1-Nagelkirk%20and%20Basso.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Bowling, L., S. Lee and M. Thelen. 2014. Soil moisture and water infiltration. Field Demonstrations, CSCAP Resilient Agriculture Conference, Ames, IA. Aug. 5-7, 2014. http://sustainablecorn.org/PDF_download.php?f=conf-pages/images/Program_ResilientAg.pdf&d=true
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Gassman, P.W. , Y. Panagopoulos, C.L. Kling, M. Jha, J. Arnold, M. White, R. Srinivasan, S. Rabotyagov, M. Moskal, J. Anderson, R.E. Turner, N. Rabalais, R. Arritt and D. Herzmann. 2013. Development and application of SWAT modeling systems for two large U.S. corn belt river basins. Northwest A&F University,Yangling, China. Oct. 29, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Kling, C.L., S. Rabotyagov, T. Campbell, P. Gassman, M. Jha, J. Arnold, M. White, L. Norfleet, J. Atwood, R. Srinivasan, M. Moskal, R.E. Turner and N. Rabalais. 2013. Linking externalities from the land to their consequences in the sea: A model of land use, costs, hydrology and the Gulf of Mexico hypoxic zone. Water Resources Conference, Saint Paul, MN. Oct. 15-16, 2013. http://www.wrc.umn.edu/waterconf/
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Rabotyagov, S., C. Kling, T. Campbell, P. Gassman, A. Valcu, J. Arnold, M. White, L. Norfleet, J. Atwood, J. Richardson, R.E. Turner and N. Rabalais. 2014. Cost-effective targeting of conservation investments to reduce the northern Gulf of Mexico hypoxic zone. Bren School Land Use and Ecosystem Services Workshop, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA. May 1-2, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Kling, C., S. Rabotyagov, S., T. Campbell, A. Valcu, P. Gassman, J. Arnold, M. White, L. Norfleet, J. Atwood, R. Srinivasan, R.E. Turner and N. Rabalais. 2014. Optimization of agricultural conservation investments to cost-efficiently reduce the northern Gulf of Mexico hypoxic zone. World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists, Istanbul, Turkey. June 28  July 2, 2014. http://www.webmeets.com/wcere/2014/prog/viewpaper.asp?pid=1773
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Gassman, P., Y. Panagopoulos, R. Arritt, D. Herzmann, T. Campbell, C. Kling, M. Jha, R. Srinivasan, M. White and J. Arnold. 2014. Hydrologic, water quality and crop productivity impacts of climate change in the Ohio-Tennessee river basin. International SWAT Conference, Pernambuco, Brazil. July 28 - Aug. 1, 2014. http://swat.tamu.edu/conferences/2014/material/july-31/d2/
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Gonz�lez Ram�rez, M.J. and C.L. Kling 2014. Double-dipping in environmental markets under two second best scenarios. Heartland Environmental and Resource Economics Workshop, Univeristy of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, IL. Oct. 31, 2014
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Miguez, F. 2013. Evaluating cover crop impacts on soil water dynamics and predicting long term nitrate and cash crop yield effects using APSIM. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. Nov. 3-6, 2013. https://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2013am/webprogram/Paper80478.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Marcillo, G. and F. Miguez. 2014. A preliminary review of multidecadal corn productivity in Iowa at the county level. Building an Integrated and Sustainable Vision for Cropping System [Poster Symposium]. 2014. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Aug. 5-7, 2014, Ames, IA. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0160-2014. http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Publications/Posters_docs/2014/02-Marcillo%20and%20Miguez.PDF
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Basche, A., F. Miguez, S. Archontoulis and T. Kaspar. 2014. Early cover crop planting effects on crop yields and environmental benefits. Building an Integrated and Sustainable Vision for Cropping System [Poster Symposium]. 2014. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Aug. 5-7, 2014, Ames, IA. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0160-2014. http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Publications/Posters_docs/2014/13-Basche%20et%20al.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Basche, A. and F. Miguez. 2014. Cover crop modeling approaches and opportunities for the MCCC Selector Tool. Midwest Cover Crop Council Meeting, Warsaw, IN. Apr. 8, 2014.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: De Kok-Mercado, O., C. Tornquist and P.W. Gassman. 2013. A synthesis of corn belt region soil carbon field studies in relation to carbon cycling model testing needs. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. Nov. 3-6, 2013. https://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2013am/webprogram/Paper82427.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Roesch, G., J. Arbuckle and J. Tyndall. 2014. What would farmers do? Adaptive management intentions of corn belt farmers given a climate change scenario. Rural Sociological Society Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA, July 30 - Aug. 3, 2014. http://www.ruralsociology.us/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/2014-AM-Program-Session-Schedule-Updated.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Arbuckle, J.G. Jr., J. Hobbs, A. Loy, L.W. Morton, L.S. Prokopy J. Tyndall. 2014. Midwestern farmers six perspectives on climate change: Toward effective communication strategies for adaptation and mitigation. Global Food Security Consortium and Leroy and Barbara Everson Seed and Biosafety Symposium Closing Yield Gaps, Apr. 29-30, 2014, Ames, IA.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Arbuckle, J. and H. Rosman. 2014. Investigating Iowa farmers' use of nutrient management strategies: Results from the Iowa farm and rural life poll. Soil and Water Conservation Society Annual Conference. Lombard, IL. July 28, 2014. http://www.swcs.org/documents/filelibrary/14ac/Abstract_Book__FINAL_FB7B07FB89022.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Hobbs, J. 2014. Regional water challenges and opportunities to increase crop resilience. CSCAP Resilient Agriculture Conference, Ames, IA. Aug. 5-7, 2014. http://sustainablecorn.org/conf-pages/images/Program_ResilientAg.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Wilke, A. and L.W. Morton. 2014. Climate is always changing: Climatologists as trusted information source. Building an Integrated and Sustainable Vision for Cropping System [Poster Symposium]. 2014. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Aug. 5-7, 2014, Ames, IA. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0160-2014. http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Publications/Posters_docs/2014/29-Wilke%20and%20Morton.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2014 Citation: Higgins, T. 2014. Grazing cover crops: Lessons learned. Building an Integrated and Sustainable Vision for Cropping System [Poster Symposium]. 2014. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Aug. 5-7, 2014, Ames, IA. Cropping Systems Coordinated Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Pub. No. CSCAP-0160-2014. http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Publications/Posters_docs/2014/16-Higgins.pdf


Progress 02/28/13 to 02/27/14

Outputs
Target Audience: The CSCAP team has six key audiences with each receiving attention and efforts for this reporting period: (1) all team members; (2) CSCAP graduate students; (3) affiliated undergraduate students; (4) agricultural stakeholders including farmers and the agribusiness industry; (5) citizen stakeholders including high school students; and (6) the scientific community. First, the team actively worked to develop individual team members through cross-training of others’ disciplines, scientific discovery, and team science exercises that built transdisciplinary capacity. Second, the team is focused on uniquely training CSCAP graduate students to emerge from their programs with the ability to comprehend complex societal and environmental challenges from a multi-pronged cross disciplinary and stakeholder collaborative approach. Third, internship opportunities, mentoring, and employment within laboratories and field research experiments allow several inlets for undergraduate students to work alongside and learn from team scientists. Fourth, the team’s extension educators are building relational networks and working to build knowledge of and adaptation to a changing climate among farmers and agribusiness stakeholders in their respective states. Fifth, the team has conducted non-formal learning events to educate high school students. Sixth, the team is working hard to discover new science and understanding behind the physical and social factors influencing the capacity for corn-based cropping systems to mitigate and adapt to a changing climate; these findings are communicated through societal presentations, refereed journals, and white papers. Changes/Problems: Two team evaluations were conducted in Y3 of leadership and advisory members using interview methodology in Feb 2013 and of the entire team during mid-term (July 2013) using a web-based survey tool. The first evaluation provided outside perspective on team progress and dynamics with six recommendations that were considered and implemented by the leadership team. Two of the six recommendations were regarding the IPM and education (Obj 6) teams and the need to increase focus and integration; both teams held strategic meetings with the IPM team developing a proposal and receiving funding by the United Soybean Board and the education team developing a new work plan. Team milestones for Year 3 (as submitted in last year’s POW) will be met except for Objective 6 due to the new work plan. Therefore, summer internships, teacher training, and curriculum development at OSU were not completed. What opportunities for training and professional development has the project provided? The team met at Purdue University during the last week of July for an intensive two-day annual meeting with 110 participants including advisory board and special guests. Significant time was allotted to presentations of preliminary findings from Obj 1-5, table discussions about connections between the team’s five platforms (carbon, nitrogen, water, systems, and stakeholders), Objective work time, and field excursions. The team has grown substantially and the various activities and presentations sparked a lot of excitement and discussion with ideas of how to further integrate areas within our team. Graduate students participated in a breakout session and separate dinner at the Y3 annual meeting and initiated a dialogue about the graduate roadmap and graduate seminar. The CSCAP team is actively engaged in helping train students within STEM disciplines. In Y3, we initiated a STEM reporting form for all undergraduates, graduate students, and post-doctoral researchers to complete so that we are tracking this in real-time. We hire talented individuals who represent an array of backgrounds that contribute to the strength of the team. Our team’s current contingent includes 36 graduate students and 12 post-doctoral scientists. Over the past two-and-a-half years, our team has included a total of 51 graduate students (25% minority and 39% women) and 14 post-doctoral scientists (65% minority and 15% women). Undergraduate interns at Iowa State University were engaged in team research with their mentors and reported their findings through poster presentations. A graduate coordinator was hired to promote the internship program (Science with Practice) among students and scientists. Lindsay Kilpatrick, elected graduate student representative for Y3 and member of the Leadership Team, is working to connect graduate students to the opportunities within the CSCAP graduate student roadmap (described in detail in 2012 USDA report) and facilitate transdisciplinary engagement as possible. Graduate students continue to do outstanding work and are active, contributing members. At our annual meeting, graduate student posters were part of a competition with excellence awards to Andrea Basche (Iowa State University), Ao Li (University of Wisconsin), Maciek Kazula (University of Wisconsin) and Jenette Ashtekar (Purdue University). The Y3 web-based graduate seminar “Professional Development for Emerging Scientists in Agriculture and Climate” featured scientists and leaders who provided first-hand experience of working within grand challenge areas related to natural resources and the necessary skillsets. Students participated in weekly web-based discussions related to climate change and agriculture. A total of 46 individuals participated in the six webinars with a weekly average attendance of 24 encompassing graduate and undergraduate students, faculty, and staff; participants rated the webinars highly. How have the results been disseminated to communities of interest? The team has been productive in Y3 with a total of 31 refereed journals, 118 conference presentations, 71 extension presentations, 27 press releases or news items, 24 white papers, 7 videos, 91 extension publications, 10 proposals, 4 books or book chapter, 11 websites or blog post, 4 radio/tv spots, 15 partnerships with external groups, and 5 project promotional pieces. These are in addition to materials already cited in previous reports for Y1 and Y2. Not all team products were loaded into the PRODUCTS database due to system errors; those not brought in are primarily extension presentations and some white papers. Team members often provide expert opinion and recommendations to government agencies as well as external partners; to-date, we know of at least 15 external relationships with our team and expect the number to be higher in reality. For example, this year members responded to a need by NOAA and USDA that resulted in soil moisture monitoring being included in a memorandum of understanding. The external website was redesigned and populated with resources to enhance its usefulness to our primary audience of Corn Belt farmers. A blog was also launched, in partnership with U2U, AgriClimate Connection, with team scientists and extension specialists authoring content. The redesigned website and new blog were promoted and picked up by University and industry press. Additional external communication efforts in Y3 include displaying large metal signage at CSCAP research sites and smaller signs (with QR codes) for participating farmers, and training the team in creating videos for use on the website. What do you plan to do during the next reporting period to accomplish the goals? The team is entering Y4 with goals to deepen the synthesis and integration of sciences, extension, and education using a transdisciplinary approach which was strengthened in Y3. The team’s five thematic platforms (carbon, nitrogen, water, systems, and stakeholders) were launched as the framework for all research, extension, and education efforts in Y3 and will be continued in Y4. Utilizing the standardized protocols developed in Y1& Y2, we now have two to three years of field data from our network of 35 sites that are ready for analysis in Y4. Analyses will center on the suite of crop management practices studied in our field trials (no-tillage, cover crops integrated into corn-soybean systems, extended crop rotations, drainage water management, nitrogen sensing, organic system water use, and landscape position) and utilize a variety of modeling techniques that integrate the coupled natural and human systems with which we are working. Two-hundred in-depth interviews with farmers were completed in Y3. Analyses of social and economic data from the farmer survey and interviews will support Y4 multi-disciplinary/multi-objective work clusters to test integrated research questions and hypotheses and contribute to iterative information exchanges among scientists, extension educators, farmers, and science teachers regarding the strengths and weaknesses of varying management practices and farmer willingness and capacities to adopt them. Concurrently, in Y4, primary data as well as secondary data sources (such as weather) will continue to be archived in a central database and used in conjunction with baseline data from Y1 and Y2. New external funding from the United Soybean Board will expand our agronomic data base to include more measures of the soybean portion of the corn-soybean rotation and will be particularly valuable in further informing what is known about both phases of the rotation system. To accomplish the next critical steps the team will work within and across Objective teams to intensify efforts to invest in cross-disciplinary and cross-Objective dialogues and work. Specific POW's are listed here for the whole-team, cross-cutting, and Objective-specific. Y4 whole-team POW tasks are: Increase effective communication within and across the team to continue to develop better understandings of each other’s science and find improved ways to operationalize what we are learning. Increase effective communication to our external target audiences, farmers and science teachers, about what we are learning. Begin to answer research questions that reflect the complexity of corn-based cropping systems under changing climate conditions through synthesis and integration of the team’s multi-disciplinary knowledge addressing C, N, water, GHG, pest pressures, farmer perceptions and capacities to adapt and mitigate to changing climate conditions. Increase the blocks of face-to-face time of team clusters around our five platforms (C, N, water, systems, and stakeholders) to propose theories, analyze data, test hypotheses, publish science findings, and develop and test applications. Increase integration of project functions (research, extension, education) through expanded involvement in existing and new team clusters in ways that increase feedback loops and product development. Plan and hold a national conference in 2014 (“Resilient Agriculture: Adapting to Climate Change” to share the findings of the project to-date via an interactive forum with US farmer leaders and the CSCAP team. Publish preliminary scientific findings including working closely with Journal of Soil and Water Conservation editors to produce the 2014 special issue (Nov-Dec) on Climate and Agriculture consisting of peer reviewed and invited papers highlighting agricultural systems research. Cross-cutting activities and outputs among Objectives are: The field research (Obj 2) and modeling/synthesis (Obj 3) teams have several efforts that include multi-disciplinary collaboration to address and appropriately explain findings and extrapolate using models. Preliminary analyses conducted to-date show unique regional differences due to soil type, environment, and management practices. In Y4, the teams will work to better parameterize the expected mitigative and adaptive potential of these practices and the conditions impacting their relative performance. The social-economic research (Obj 4) has established a number of cross-objective synthesis and integration efforts that include theory development, analyses and writing partnerships that will develop academic and lay publications in support of extension and education and ground-truthing research findings with project farmers through listening sessions. The extension team (Obj 5) works closely with the social-economic Obj 4 team in equipping extension educators to better understand farmer audiences so as to provide educational interventions that support farmers in learning about and experimenting with a variety of adaptive strategies in response to a changing climate. The education team (Obj 6) will collaborate with Obj 1 & 2 scientists to create hands-on exercises that are field or laboratory based for teacher workshops in the summer. As a team, the sustainablecorn.org website is co-sponsoring a blog, “AgriClimate Connection” with the USDA-NIFA funded U2U team. The Y4 plan of work for Obj 1&2 includes increased collaborative work within topic subgroups, ongoing collection and analysis of field research data across the CSCAP research network sites, transmittal of data into the central database, integration meetings with Objective 3 members, and regional publications synthesizing data across the CSCAP network. The Y3 plan of work for Obj 3 includes substantial synthesis and modeling of CSCAP data gathered during Y1-Y3, as well as data from associated projects; continued collaborative work among subgroups; improved functionality and support of the central database, and integrating socioeconomic and climate data into datasets for modeling and analysis. The Y4 plan of work for Obj 4 centers on (1) analysis of the quantitative and qualitative data that were collected in Years 1-3, and (2) dissemination of that information, especially through the CSCAP Objective 5 extension network. Analysis and reporting will lead to improved understanding of farmer perspectives on climate change and adaptive and mitigative action; dissemination of that information to inform the work of scientists, natural resource and agricultural professionals, and policy makers; strengthening the transdisciplinary linkages with other project Objectives; and, continuation of learning partnerships with extension educators and farmers in nine Corn Belt states. The Y4 plan of work for Obj 5 includes further development of farmer groups to gather research data for Obj 4, one-on-one analysis of farmers’ production systems to assist in establishing practices that will adapt to and mitigate climate change, and facilitated discussions on weather variability and agriculture. The Y4 plan of work for Obj 6 is shaped around five key areas: (1) translate the science on climate change and agriculture into educational materials for targeted stakeholder groups, (2) inspire the next generations of scientists and agricultural professionals to “do” agricultural science, (3) synergize and catalyze impacts and accomplish more than the sum of outcomes from Obj 1-5, (4) integrate and cycle educational outcomes generated by the respective Objectives back to transform the project, and (5) target the dissemination of the science, research, processes, results, and implications to priority audiences of the project: graduate students, undergraduate students, and high school science and agriculture teachers.

Impacts
What was accomplished under these goals? The team has increased capacity to synthesize and integrate across disciplines and continue the momentum building from Years 1 & 2 in which a strong foundation was laid by placing high value on understanding one another and working hard to be knowledgeable regarding other disciplines. This has taken and continues to take significant time but the rewards are starting to become evident through high quality and quantity outputs, training of undergraduate and graduate students, and colleagues who enjoy working with one another and collaborating on innovative research questions. The team continues to function largely as a virtual community with limited in-person meetings; this necessitates that members self-organize and are individually driven to succeed and meet or exceed expectations. Overall, during Y3, members within Obj 1-4 made substantial progress as they began working together to synthesize Y1 and Y2 data, both biophysical and socioeconomic. This effort required an increase in meeting frequency, content discussions, and peer-to-peer responsibilities and expectations. The team has made good progress toward Y3 milestones, with leadership determined in keeping members focused and on track. Further accomplishments are listed by Objective for clarity: Obj 1 & 2: Continuation of a research network with 35 sites that is being leveraged for additional funds and research beyond the original scope of CSCAP and is used to drive scientific and lay publications, Further discussion of nuances related to protocol carryout with gaps or errors addressed at a minimal number of sites. This occurred prior to the Y3 field season beginning and thus, ensured Y3 detailed measurements were nearly error-free in terms of methodology, Continued development of graduate student capacity in conducting field research and a knowledge of protocol methods beyond their specific discipline, Familiarity with new techniques, such as photoacoustic spectroscopy, that enable real-time data collection versus traditional methods, Greater appreciation for the modeling and synthesis ability of Obj 3 personnel based on working group discussions and products, Sharing of preliminary findings to the entire team to aid comprehension and knowledge of C, N, and water responses to the treatments being investigated to allow work amongst Obj 3-6 to continue forward, avoiding an information bottleneck, and Dissemination of research through articles in international journals, presentations, and the media to build scientific knowledge of the capacity these treatments having for adaptation and mitigation. Obj 3: Interactions with the central database and data owners to ensure proper understanding and use of the primary data and assessment of data quality, Calibrations of biophysical models based on interactions with both internal and external partners and model testing performed using Y1-Y2 data, Supporting Obj 1 & 2 members in data entry and in completing necessary edits to ensure a high quality database exists for team use, Continued development of graduate student capacity in data synthesis and modeling with connections to field research that go beyond their specific discipline, Sharing of preliminary modeling and synthesis of Y1 and Y2 data to the entire team to aid comprehension and knowledge of system and landscape responses to treatments being investigated, Producing assessments of accuracy and realism of climate simulations and climate-change projections relevant to the project, Dissemination of research through articles in international journals, presentations, and the media to build scientific knowledge of the effectiveness of these treatments in providing climate adaptation and mitigation, and, Continuing to build partnerships beyond the CSCAP to connect with data sources and model developers. Obj 4: Establishment of a strong research and outreach partnership with the USDA funded “Useful to Usable” (U2U) and the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), which has led to jointly-authored research publications, Continued development of transdisciplinary research and extension partnerships across the CSCAP objectives, Improved extension educator capacity to engage farmers about adaptive and mitigative management options through intensive interaction with farmers and researchers on these issues, and Dissemination of survey results through articles in journals, presentations, and media reports leading to improved knowledge of farmer beliefs about climate change, risk perceptions, and support for adaptive and mitigative actions among key stakeholders and the general public. Obj 5: Extension educators in 7 of the 8 CSCAP states (SD, MO, WI, IN, MI, MN and IA) incorporated climate and agriculture presentations, information, and discussions into their existing extension programming efforts and reached over 500 farmers, crop consultants, and other extension educators, Cover crop implementation has been gaining momentum among state and federal agencies in many project states. Several extension educators have been able to lend expertise in these programs and encourage use of cover crops as a practice that will allow farmers to be better prepared for changing weather conditions, Throughout the start-up phase of the project, there has been considerable extension educator skepticism of climate science and climate change’s effects to agriculture. The leadership has encouraged questions and knows scientists and educators are learning together with a goal of encouraging open-minded dialogues regarding what is known, what is not known, certainty and uncertainty, and perceptions of risk, Garnering widespread support in the team’s efforts to programmatically strengthen the Land Grant University’s focus on climate education within agriculture represents a significant shift relative to past efforts. This programming emphasis is expected to grow in the future with the CSCAP uniquely able to lead and serve as an example. The team focuses their messaging on the potential risks associated with weather fluctuation and crop production risk management strategies rather than “big picture” climate issues, and Partnership with the U2U project continued with the presentation of the beta versions of two decision support tools in which the educators participated in a guided review of the tools and provided feedback to the U2U project team. This direct link with U2U helps ensure farmer decision tools are properly vetted as well as incorporated into Extension plans of work associated with row crops and climate science. Obj 6: Graduate student involvement in research, extension and education efforts of the team are helping to shape them into the next generation of climate and agricultural scientists and educators. A significant turn-over of students occurred in Y3 due to graduation and turnover will continue now at a heightened level until the end of the project; PIs continue to recruit and train up new students. The graduate student cohort has contributed significantly to building their own identity and connectivity, often being a resource for one another. High student participation within the annual meeting poster symposium as well as professional society meetings, where attendees engage and ask questions of their work. The web-based graduate seminar titled “Professional Development for Emerging Scientists in Agriculture and Climate” highlighted six advisory board members or professionals as an opportunity for the graduate students to learn from experienced scientists and leaders who described their work within the agriculture and climate sectors, the type of skillsets needed, and current gaps and emerging needs. The appointment of our second graduate student representative to the Leadership Team continues two-way communication between the graduate students and the leadership team to ensure an environment conducive to student learning and growth.

Publications

  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Sawyer, J., J. Pantoja, and D. Barker. 2013. Corn and soybean production with a winter rye cover crop. Armstrong Research and Demonstration Farm Annual Report, Iowa State University. RFR-A1256:12-12. www.ag.iastate.edu/farms/progress_report.php
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Sawyer, J. E. and D. Barker. 2013. Corn and soybean production with a winter rye cover crop. Northeast Research and Demonstration Farm Annual Report, Iowa State University. RFR-A1256:12-13. www.ag.iastate.edu/farms/progress_report.php
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: D. Barker and J. E. Sawyer. 2013. In-season N fertilization strategies using active sensors. Northern Research and Demonstration Farm Annual Report, Iowa State University. RFR-A1256:12-22. www.ag.iastate.edu/farms/progress_report.php
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Sawyer, J. E. and D. Barker. 2013. Corn and soybean production with a winter rye cover crop. Northwest Research and Demonstration Farm Annual Report, Iowa State University. RFR-A1256:12-29, 31. www.ag.iastate.edu/farms/progress_report.php
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Sawyer, J. E. and D. Barker. 2013. Corn and soybean production with a winter rye cover crop. Southeast Research and Demonstration Farm Annual Report, Iowa State University. RFR-A1256:12-34. www.ag.iastate.edu/farms/progress_report.php
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: D. Barker and J. E. Sawyer. 2013. In-season N fertilization strategies using active sensors. Southeast Research and Demonstration Farm Annual Report, Iowa State University. RFR-A1256:12-34. www.ag.iastate.edu/farms/progress_report.php
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Fink, et al. 42 project co-authors incl L.W. Morton. 2013. Agriculture and Forestry in a Changing Climate: Adaptation Recommendation. Washington, DC: 25x25 Adaptation Task Force. pp. 49. http://www.25x25.org/storage/25x25/documents/Adaptation/agriculture_and_forestry_in_a_changing_climate_-_adaptation_recommendations.pdf
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Lois Wright Morton. 2013. Adapting to Climate Change Climate Change and Agriculture in the United States: Effects and Adaptation. http://www.usda.gov/oce/climate_change/effects_2012/CC%20and%20Agriculture%20Report%20(02-04-2013)b.pdf
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Mitchell DC, Castellano MJ, Sawyer JE, Pantoja JL. 2013. Cover crop effects on nitrous oxide emissions: Role of mineralizable carbon. CSA News. https://www.agronomy.org/publications/csa/pdfs/58/9/14
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Mueller,D., L. Abendroth, N. Bestor, E. Zaworski, G. Tylka, G. Han, L. Leandro, R. Redline, V. Davis, M. Dunbar, A. Gassmann, M. O'Neal, L. Wright Morton. 2013. Integrated Pest Management Research Report to The United Soybean Board: A Partnership of Climate & Corn-based Cropping Systems CAP and the United Soybean Board. Climate and Corn-based Cropping Systems Coordinated Agricultural Project. Pub. No. CSCAP-0151-2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Lori Abendroth. 2013. World Hunger Ethics of Eating. World Hunger Ethics of Eating Meeting. ELCA. Illinois. April 13, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Gabrielle Roesch. 2013. Extension educator meeting; overview of data analysis process and results. Extension educator meeting. Monmouth, IL. May 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Arbuckle, J. Gordon Jr. 2013. Climate Change Beliefs, Concerns, and Attitudes Toward Adaptation and Mitigation Among Corn Belt Farmers. SW Minnesota CSCAP Farmer Group Meeting. Lamberton, MN. July 25, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Arbuckle, J. Gordon Jr. and Gabrielle Roesch. 2013. Farmer Perspectives on Cover Crops. National Wildlife Federation Cover Crop Champions Conference Call. August 27, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Arbuckle, J. Gordon Jr. 2013. Climate change beliefs, concerns, and attitudes toward adaptation and mitigation among Corn Belt farmers. Heartland Regional Water Conference. Overland Park, KS. Apr. 16, 2013. http://www.heartlandwq.iastate.edu/NR/rdonlyres/CEFD89B7-75BF-4857-A137-C7D2477F21C2/172785/Arbuckle.pdf.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Arbuckle, J. Gordon Jr. 2013. Climate change beliefs, concerns, and attitudes toward adaptation and mitigation among farmers in the Midwestern United States. NRCS National Technology Support Center National Webinar. April 9, 2013. http://www.conservationwebinars.net/webinars/climate-change-beliefs-midwestern-united-states/.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Jamie Benning. 2013. Cover Crop Selector Tool. Implementing Cover Crops to Improve Cropping System Resilience. Iowa State University Field Extension Education Laboratory. April 2, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: John Sawyer. 2013. Corn nitrogen fertilization requirement in a winter rye cover crop system. Iowa State University Southeast research and demonstration farm field day. Crawfordsville, IA.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Castellano, M. 2013. Nitrogen Mitigation Opportunities. Climate Science Symposium at Monsanto. St. Louis, MO. Feb 6, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Schmitz. 2013. Climate trends in Indiana. Southwest Indiana Crop Seminar. Bretzville, IN.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Wolkowski. 2013. Climate change impacts on crop production. Columbia County (WI) Corn Growers spring meeting. Columbus, WI. Mar. 7,2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Thelen. 2013. Carbon, energy, and climate discussion groups: helping agricultural producers adapt to changing climate conditions. Discussion groups targeting unique segments in Michigan agriculture; fruit producers, field crop producers, state and federal governmental agency staff, and agri-business. Mar. 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Thelen. 2013. Michigan agricultural systems and a changing climate. Kellogg Biological Station Long-term Ecological Research (KBS LTER) project [journalist workshop]. KBS, MI. May 2,2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Laura Edwards. 2013. Improving Communication and Access to Climate Information for SD Agricultural Producers. Climate Prediction Applications Science Workshop. April 23-25. Logan UT. http://climate.usurf.usu.edu/CPASW/index.php?show=presentations.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Strock, J. 2013. Drainage system designs: benefits and limitations. Minnesota Chapter of Soil and Water Conservation Society Meeting, Morris, MN. Apr. 8, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Laura Edwards. 2013. Impacts of Climate Change and Variability on the Missouri River Basin. Missouri River Institute Symposium. April 4, University of South Dakota campus. Vermilion, SD.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Eileen Kladivko. 2013. Tile drainage and water quality. Drainage Workshop. Frankfor, IN. August 8, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Overstreet, B. 2013. Farmer Perspectives on Climate Change: Results from a Survey of Corn Belt Farmers. Rensselaer Rotary.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Schmitz. 2013. Climate trends in Indiana. The Dynamics of Climate Conference. West Lafayette, IN.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Thelen. 2013. Climate change and sustainable agriculture workshop. Climate Change and Sustainable Agriculture workshop. East Lansing, MI. Mar 18-19, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Gassman, P.W., Y. Panagopoulos, C.L. Kling, M. Jha, J.G. Arnold, M. White, R. Srinivasan, S. Rabotyagov, M. Moskal, J. Richardson, R.E. Turner and N. Rabalais. 2013. An Integrated Modeling System to Estimate Corn Belt Region Nutrient Load Impacts on the Seasonal Gulf of Mexico Hypoxic Zone. Southern Illinois University. Carbondale, IL. May 6,2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Jose Pantoja. 2013. Effect of corn stover harvest and winter rye cover crop on corn N fertilization. Department of Agronomy, Iowa State University, Soils Seminar.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Peter Scharf. 2013. Widespread N Loss From Midwestern Corn Fields, 2008-2013: Obstacles To and Opportunities For Improved N Management. Poster presentation at the Improving Nitrogen Use Efficiency in Crop and Livestock Production Systems Conference. Kansas City, August 13-15.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Aaron Daigh. 2013. Soil Moisture, Tillage Systems and Cover Crops. Nutrient Reduction Strategies Field Day. Gilmore City, IA. Sept. 10, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Andrea Basche. 2013. Climate change and agriculture: tools to prepare for the future. World Food Prize Youth Institute Immersion. Iowa State University. Apr. 29,2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Matt Helmers. 2013. Iowa Nutrient Strategy: An Opportunity for Increasing Cover Crops. Implementing Cover Crops to Improve Cropping System Resilience. Iowa State University Field Extension Education Laboratory. April 2,2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Eileen Kladivko. 2013. Economics of conservation cropping systems roundtable and planning discussion. CCSI. Indianapolis. June 18, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Peter Scharf. 2013. In-Season N Applications for Corn. Presentation at the Graves-Chapple Research Center Field Day. Corning, Missouri. August 27, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Laura Edwards and Dennis Todey. 2013. Climate Trends. SDSU Integrated Pest Management Field School. June 28. Dakota Lakes Research Station. Pierre, SD.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Morton, L.W. 2013. Agriculture and Forestry in a Changing Climate. Washington D.C.: North American Ag Journalists Cosmos Club. April 8, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Morton, L.W. 2013. Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems Coordinated Agricultural Project. SARE Carbon, Energy, & Climate. Kellogg Biological Station. Michigan State University. Sept. 27, 2012.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Morton, LW. 2012. Graduate Education and Climate Change. GPSA Presentation, Iowa State University. Fall 2012.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Dennis Todey. 2012. A review of the 2012 drought: Lessons learned from a state climatologist's perspective. Iowa State University Department of Agronomy Graduate Student Research Symposium Seminar. Nov 1, 2012.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Strock. 2013. Drainage water management to meet agronomic and environmental goals. South Central Minnesota Crops Research Update. Fairmont, MN. Mar. 6, 2013.
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Anderson, C., R. Anex, R. Arritt, B. Gelder, S. Khanal, D. Herzmann, and P. Gassman. 2013. Regional Climate Impacts of a Biofuels Policy Projection. Geophysical Research Letters 40(6):1217-1222. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/grl.50179
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Arbuckle, J.G., L. Wright Morton, and J. Hobbs. 2013. Farmer beliefs and concerns about climate change and attitudes toward adaptation and mitigation: Evidence from Iowa. Climatic Change 118:551-563. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10584-013-0700-0
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: C. Rosenzweig, J.W. Jones, J.L. Hatfield, A.C. Ruane, K.J. Boote, P. Thorburn, J.M. Antle, G.C. Nelson, C. Porter, S. Janssen, S. Asseng, B. Basso, F. Ewert, D. Wallach, G. Baigorria, and J.M. Winter. 2013. The Agricultural Model Intercomparison and Improvement Project (AgMIP): Protocols and Pilot Studies. Agricultural and Forestry Meteorology 170:166-182. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.agrformet.2012.09.011
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Dzotsi, K. A., B. Basso, and J.W. Jones. 2013. Development, uncertainty and sensitivity analysis of the simple SALUS crop model in DSSAT. Ecological Modelling 260:62-76. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2013.03.017
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Bonta, J.V. 2013. Precipitation data considerations for evaluating subdaily changes in rainless periods due to climate change. J. Soil Water Cons. 68:238-253. http://dx.doi.org/10.2489/jswc.68.3.238
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Mitchell D.C., M.J. Castellano, J.E. Sawyer, and J.L. Pantoja. 2013. Cover Crop Effects on Nitrous Oxide Emissions: Role of Mineralizable Carbon. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 77:1765-1773. http://dx.doi.org/10.2136/sssaj2013.02.0074
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Kumar, S., A. Kadono, R. Lal, and W. Dick. 2012. Long-term tillage and crop rotations for 47-49 years influences hydrological properties of two soils in Ohio. Soil Sci Soc. Am. J. 76(6):2195-2207. http://dx.doi.org/10.2136/sssaj2012.0098
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Kumar, S., A. Kadono, R. Lal, and W. Dick. 2012. Long-term no-till impacts on organic carbon and properties of two contrasting soils and corn yields in Ohio. Soil Sci Soc. Am. J. 76(5):1798-1809. http://dx.doi.org/10.2136/sssaj2012.0055
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: R. Adeuya, N. Utt, J. Frankenberger, L. Bowling, E. Kladivko, S. Brouder, and B. Carter. 2013. Impacts of drainage water management on subsurface drain flow, nitrate concentration, and nitrate loads in Indiana. J. Soil and Water Cons. 67(6):474-484. http://dx.doi.org/10.2489/jswc.67.6.474
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Munoz-Robayo, J.D. and A.N. Kravchenko. 2012. Deriving the optimal scale for relating topographical attributes and cover crop plant biomass. Geomorphology. 179:197-207. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2012.08.011
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Leandro, L.F.S., A.E. Robertson, D.S. Mueller, and X.B. Yang. 2013. Climatic and Environmental Trends Observed During Epidemic and Non-epidemic Years of Soybean Sudden Death Syndrome in Iowa Online. Plant Health Progress. http://dx.doi.org/10.1094/PHP-2013-0529-01-RS
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Comito, J., J. Wolseth, LW Morton. 2013. The States Role in Water Quality: Soil and Water Conservation District Commissioners and the Agricultural Status Quo. Human Organization 72(1):44-54. http://dx.doi.org/0018-7259/13/010044-11$1.60/1
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Olson, K.R. and L.W. Morton. 2013. Soil and crop damages as a result of levee breaches on Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. Journal of Earth Science and Engineering 3(3):139-158. http://davidpublishing.org/show.html?13060
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Olson, K.R. and L.W. Morton. 2013. Impacts of 2011 Len Small levee breach on private and public Illinois lands (July/August). J. Soil Water Cons. 68(4):89A-95A. http://dx.doi.org/10.2489/jswc.68.4.89A
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Morton, L.W. and K.R. Olson. 2013. Birds Point-New Madrid Floodway: Redesign, Reconstruction and Restoration. J. Soil Water Cons. 68(2):35A-40A. http://dx.doi.org/10.2489/jswc.68.2.35A
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Olson, K.R. and L.W. Morton. 2013. Restoration of 2011 flood damaged Birds Point - New Madrid floodway. J. Soil Water Cons. 68(1):13A-18A. http://dx.doi.org/10.2489/jswc.68.1.13A
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: A.J. Gold, D. Parker, R.M. Waskom, J. Dobrowolski, M. O'Neill, P.M. Groffman, K. Addy, M. Barber, S. Batie, B. Benham, M. Bianchi, T. Blewett, C. Evensen, K. Farrell-Poe, C. Gardner, W. Graham, J. Harrison, T. Harter, J. Kushner, R. Lowrance, J. Lund, R. Mahler, M. McClaran, M. McFarland, D. Osmond, J. Pritchett, L. Prokopy, C. Rock, A. Shober, M. Silitonga, D. Swackhamer, J. Thurston, D. Todey, R. Turco, G. Vellidis, and L. Wright Morton. 2013. Advancing water resource management in agricultural, rural, and urbanizing watersheds: Why Land-Grant Universities Matter. J. Soil Water Cons. 68(4):337-348. http://dx.doi.org/10.2489/jswc.68.4.337
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Morton, L.W., J. Hobbs, and J.G. Arbuckle. 2013. Shifts in Farmer Uncertainty Over Time About Sustainable Farming Practices and Modern Farming Reliance on Commercial Fertilizers, Insecticides and Herbicides. J. Soil Water Cons. 68(1):1-12. http://dx.doi.org/10.2489/jswc.68.1.1
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Prokopy, L.S., T. Haigh, A.S. Mase, J. Angel, C. Hart, C. Knutson, M.C. Lemos, Y. Lo, J. McGuire, L.W. Morton, J. Perron, D. Todey, M. Widhalm. 2013. Agricultural advisors: A receptive audience for weather and climate information? Weather, Climate, and Society. 5:162-167. http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/WCAS-D-12-00036.1
  • Type: Book Chapters Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Hatfield, J. and L.W. Morton. 2013. Marginality Principle. In R. Lal and B.A. Stewart (Eds), Principles of Sustainable Soil Management in Agroecosystems. Advances in Soil Science. NY, NY: Taylor & Francis, CRC Press. p.19-55.
  • Type: Book Chapters Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Walthall, C.L., J. Hatfield, P. Backlund, L. Lengnick, E. Marshall, M. Walsh, S. Adkins, M. Aillery, E.A. Ainsworth, C. Ammann, C.J. Anderson, I. Bartomeus, L.H. Baumgard, F. Booker, B. Bradley, D.M. Blumenthal, J. Bunce, K. Burkey, S.M. Dabney, J.A. Delgado, J. Dukes, A. Funk, K. Garrett, M. Glenn, D.A. Grantz, D. Goodrich, S. Hu, R.C. Izaurralde, R.A.C. Jones, S-H. Kim, A.D.B. Leaky, K. Lewers, T.L. Mader, A. McClung, J. Morgan, D.J. Muth, M. Nearing, D.M. Oosterhuis, D. Ort, C. Parmesan, W.T. Pettigrew, W. Polley, R. Rader, C. Rice, M. Rivington, E. Rosskopf, W.A. Salas, L.E. Sollenberger, R. Srygley, C. St�ckle, E.S. Takle, D. Timlin, J.W. White, R. Winfree, L. Wright-Morton, L.H. Ziska. 2012. Yes. Climate Change and Agriculture in the United States: Effects and Adaptation. Chapter 7 by Lengnick, L, K Garrett, LW Morton and M Rivington. USDA Technical Bulletin 1935. Washington, DC. 186 pgs. http://www.usda.gov/oce/climate_change/effects.htm
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: B.D. Campbell. 2012. Carbon budgets and greenhouse gas emissions associated with two long-term tillage and crop rotation sites in Ohio. MS Thesis. The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH (Electronic Thesis or Dissertation). https://etd.ohiolink.edu/ap:10:0::NO:10:P10_ACCESSION_NUM:osu1354559256
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Mitchell, D. 2012. Nitrogen sources and sinks in Iowa soils: biogeochemical links between carbon inputs, nitrate leaching, and nitrous oxide emissions. Graduate Theses and Dissertations, Iowa State University. Paper 12900. http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/etd/12900/
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Brooks, K.A. 2013 Measurement of Drain Flow, Soil Moisture, and Water Table to Assess Drainage Water Management. MSABE Thesis, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Cavadini, J. 2013. Cover crop bicultures and their effects on phosphorus cycling and soil conservation. M.S. Thesis, Purdue University, August 2013. 157 pp.
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Horton, K. 2013. Nitrogen cycling with oilseed radish cover crop in Indiana crop rotations. M.S. Thesis, Purdue University, August 2013. 171 pp.
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Zuber, S. 2013. Long-Term Effect of Crop Rotation and Tillage on Soil Properties. University of Illinois Graduate College.
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Mebruer, B.D. 2012. Effect of tillage on greenhouse gas emission from corn and soybean fields in central Missouri. Lincoln University.
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Haruna, S. 2013. Effects of tillage, cover crop, and corn-soybean rotation on the chemical and physical properties of a silt loam soil. Lincoln University.
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Sale, S. 2013. Monitoring Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Soil Thermal Properties in a Central Missouri Corn Field. Lincoln University.
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Williams, J. 2013. Effect of Tillage, Crop Rotation, and Cover Crop on the Growth and Yield of Corn and Soybean. Lincoln University.
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Wilke, A. 2013. Climatologists' methods of climate science communication to agriculture in the North Central Region of the United States. Graduate Theses and Dissertations, Iowa State University. Paper 13185. http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/etd/13185/
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Loy, A. 2013. Diagnostics for mixed/hierarchical linear models. Graduate Theses and Dissertations, Iowa State University. Paper 13277. http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/etd/13277/
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Valcu, A. 2013. Agricultural Nonpoint Source Pollution and Water Quality Trading: Empirical Analysis Under Imperfect Cost Information and Measurement Error. Graduate Theses and Dissertations, Iowa State University. Paper 13444. http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/etd/13444/
  • Type: Theses/Dissertations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Pantoja, J. 2013. Effect of corn stover harvest and winter rye cover crop on corn nitrogen fertilization. Graduate Theses and Dissertations, Iowa State University. Paper 13042. http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/etd/13042/
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Anex, Arritt, Basso, Bowling, Gassman, Helmers, Kladivko, Kravchenko, Kling, Miguez, Owens. 2012. Integrated Analysis of Climate Mitigation and Adaptation In Corn-Based Cropping Systems. ASA-CSSA-SSSA 2012 Annual Meetings. Cincinnati, OH. http://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2012am/webprogram/Paper70830.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Arbuckle, J. Farmer Perspectives on Targeted Conservation Approaches: Policy and Program Implications. USDA NRCS Nat'l Thematic Video Teleconference to State Conservationists, Nov. 8, 2012.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Arbuckle, J. 2013. Climate Change Beliefs, Perceived Risk, and Support for Adaptation and Mitigation among Corn Belt Farmers: Preliminary Survey Results. Climate-Smart Agriculture Conference, Davis, CA. March 19-22, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Arbuckle, J. 2012. Social Science Research and Climate Change: Informing Integrated Responses to Climate-Driven Challenges In Agriculture. ASA-CSSA-SSSA 2012 Annual Meetings. Cincinnati, OH. http://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2012am/webprogram/Paper71130.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Prokopy, L., Arbuckle, J. G., Tyndall, J. C. 2013. International comparison of farmer beliefs regarding climate change and agricultural adaptation. International Symposium on Society and Research Management (ISSRM), Estes Park, CO. June 2013.http://www.issrm2013.iasnr.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/ISSRMprogramforprint.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Basso, B., R. Nagelkirk, A. Kendall, D. Hyndman. 2013. Predicting the impacts of climate change on agricultural yields and water resources in the Maumee River watershed. AGU 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Mitchell, D.C., M.J. Castellano, J.E. Sawyer, J.L. Pantoja, F. Miguez. 2012. Do Cover Crops and Historical Fertilizer Rate Affect Nitrous Oxide Emissions From Soybean As Well As Maize? ASA-CSSA-SSSA 2012 Annual Meetings. Cincinnati, OH. http://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2012am/webprogram/Paper72846.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Mitchell, D.C., M.J. Castellano, J.E. Sawyer, J.L. Pantoja, F. Miguez. 2012. Mineralizable C and Nitrate Limitation On Nitrous Oxide from an Intensive Maize System: Interaction Between Cover Crop and Fertilizer Rate. ASA-CSSA-SSSA 2012 Annual Meetings. Cincinnati, OH. http://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2012am/webprogram/Paper72924.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Castellano, Iqbal, Parkin. 2012. Evaluation of Photoacoustic Infrared Spectroscopy for Simultaneous Measurement of N2O and CO2 Gas Concentrations and Fluxes At the Soil Surface. ASA Environmental Quality Section. 2012. http://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2012am/webprogram/start.html#srch=words%7Ccastellano%7Cmethod%7Cand%7Cpge%7C1
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Frankenberger, J.R. 2013. Drainage Management Research in Indiana. Joint meeting of the North Central Extension and Research Activity (NCERA) 217Drainage Design and Management Practices to Improve Water Qualityand Agricultural Drainage Management Systems Task Force (ADMS TF) Meeting. April 9-11, 2013, Sioux Falls, SD.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Frankenberger, J. 2013. Drainage Water Management: The Research Perspective. USDA Agricultural Outlook Forum (Managing Risk in the 21st Century). Washington, D.C. Feb. 21-22, 2013. http://www.usda.gov/oce/forum/past_programs/2013_program.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Gassman, P.W., Y. Panagopoulos, C.L. Kling, M. Jha, J.G. Arnold, M. White, R. Srinivasan, S. Rabotyagov, M. Moskal, J. Richardson, R.E. Turner and N. Rabalais. 2013. An integrated modeling system to estimate corn belt region nutrient load impacts on the seasonal gulf of Mexico hypoxic zone. American Water Resource Association (AWRA) Spring Specialty Conference: Agricultural Hydrology and Water Quality II, St. Louis, MO. Mar. 25-27, 2013. http://www.awra.org/meetings/Spring2013/oral.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Gassman P.W., Y. Panagopoulos, R. Srinivasan, M.J. White, M.K. Jha, J.G. Arnold, T.D. Campbell, J. Richardson, S. Rabotyagov, A.M. Valcu, C.L. Kling, R.E. Turner, M.L. Moskal and N. Rabalais. 2013. The development of SWAT modeling systems for large Corn Belt river basins. Part 1: Description of modeling system components. The 13th International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology (CEST2013), Sept. 5-7, Athens, Greece.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Panagopoulos Y., P.W. Gassman, C.L. Kling, T.D. Campbell, M.K. Jha, R. Srinivasan, M.J. White and J.G. Arnold. 2013. The development of SWAT modelling systems for large Corn Belt river basins. Part 2: Model performance and evaluation. The 13th International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology (CEST2013), Sept. 5-7, Athens, Greece.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Gassman, P.W., Y. Panagopolous, R. Srinivasan, M. White, M. Jha, J.G. Arnold, T. Campbell, C.L. Kling, J. Richardson, S. Rabotyagov, R.E. Turner, N. Rabalais, A.M. Valcu and M.L. Moskal. 2013. An Integrated Modeling System for Simulating Export of Nutrient Loads from the U.S. Corn Belt Region to the Gulf of Mexico. 3rd SWAT Conference & Workshop in South East and East Asia (SWAT SEEA III), Bogor, Indonesia. June 18-19, 2013. http://swat.tamu.edu/conferences/2013-seea/
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Panagopoulos Y., P.W. Gassman, C.L. Kling, T. Campbell, M. Jha, R. Srinivasan, M. White and J.G. Arnold. 2013. The effect of nutrient reduction practices on water quality of the large Corn Belt river basin systems under existing and future climate. 3rd SWAT Conference & Workshop in South East and East Asia (SWAT SEEA III), Bogor, Indonesia. June 18-19, 2013. http://swat.tamu.edu/conferences/2013-seea/
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Gassman, P.W., Y. Panagopoulos, T. Campbell, R. Srinivasan, M. White, M.K. Jha, J.G. Arnold, C.L. Kling, J. Richardson, S. Rabotyagov, R.E. Turner, N. Rabalais, A.M. Valcu and M.L. Moskal. 2013. An integrated modeling system for simulating export of nutrient loads from the U.S. Corn Belt region to the Gulf of Mexico 2013 International SWAT Meeting, July 17-19, Toulouse, France.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Panagopoulos Y., P.W. Gassman, C.L. Kling, T. Campbell, M. Jha, R. Srinivasan, M. White and J.G. Arnold. 2013. The development of SWAT modelling systems for large Corn Belt river basins. Part 2: Model performance and evaluation. 2013 International SWAT Meeting, July 17-19, Toulouse, France.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Kling, C.L., P.W. Gassman, Y. Panagopoulos, R. Srinivasan, M.J. White, M.K. Jha, J.G. Arnold, R.E. Turner, S. Rabotyagov, J. Richardson, M.L. Moskal, N. Rabalais, R. Arritt and D. Herzmann. 2013. An Integrated Modeling System to Estimate Corn Belt Region Nutrient Load Impacts on the Seasonal Gulf of Mexico Hypoxic Zone. ASABE Annual International Meeting, July 21-24, Kansas City, MO.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Panagopoulos Y., P.W. Gassman, T.D. Campbell, M. Jha, C.L. Kling, R. Srinivasan, M.J. White and J.G. Arnold. 2013. The development of SWAT modelling systems for large Corn Belt river basins. Part 2: Model performance and evaluation. ASABE Annual International Meeting, July 21-24, Kansas City, MO.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Panagopoulos, Y., Gassman, P.W., C. Kling, T.D. Campbell, M.Jha, R. Srinivasan, M. White, J.G. Arnold. 2013. The Development of SWAT Modeling Systems for Large Corn Belt River Basins Part 2: Calibration and Validation. American Water Resource Association (AWRA) Spring Specialty Conference: Agricultural Hydrology and Water Quality II, St. Louis, MO. Mar. 25-27, 2013. http://www.awra.org/meetings/Spring2013/oral.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Helmers, M. 2013. Drainage Update from Iowa. NCERA 217 Annual Meeting. http://nimss.umd.edu/homepages/pub.cfm?trackID=11396#5
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Helmers, M. 2013. Impacts of drainage and water management on soil moisture and subsurface drainage volume. AWRA Ag Hydrology/Water Quality Conference. March 2013. http://www.awra.org/meetings/Spring2013/oral.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Zhou, X., M.J. Helmers, C. Pederson, and J. Xu. 2013. Impacts of drainage water management on soil moisture and subsurface drainage volume. 2013 AWRA Spring Specialty Conference: Agricultural hydrology and water quality II. March 25-27, 2013. St. Louis, MO.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Helmers, M.J., X. Zhou, and C. Pederson. 2013. Use and benefits of perennials and cover crops in agricultural production systems. American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) 2013 Annual International Meeting. Kansas City, MO. July 21-24, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Kladivko, Helmers, Scharf, Lauer, Lal. 2012. Regional Field Research Network for Investigating Carbon, Nitrogen, and Water Footprints in Midwestern Corn-based Cropping Systems. ASA-CSSA-SSSA 2012 Annual Meetings. Cincinnati, OH. http://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2012am/webprogram/Paper71469.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Valcu, Adriana, Sergey Rabotyagov, and Catherine L. Kling. 2013. A Practice-Based Trading Approach for Controlling Multiple Agricultural Nonpoint-Source Water Pollutants. Annual Association of Environmental and Resource Economists Conference, June 2013, Banff Canada.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Kling, C. 2013. Regulatory Approaches to Address Agricultural Water Quality Iowa Water Conference. Ames, IA. March, 2013. http://www.water.iastate.edu/content/iowa-water-center-events
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Kling, C. 2013. Designing Practice Based Approaches for Water Quality Improvement. Upper Midwest Stream Restoration Symposium. La Crosse, WI. February, 2013. http://www.prrsum.org/content/2013-agenda
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Ladoni, M., S.Kravchenko, J. D. Munoz, M. Erickson. 2012. Interactive effects of agricultural management and topography on soil carbon sequestration. Annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union, December 3-7, San Francisco, California. http://fallmeeting.agu.org/2012/eposters/eposter/b13c-0536/
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Negassa, W. and A.N. Kravchenko. 2012. Determination of Particulate Soil Organic Matter in Micro-Samples. ASA-CSSA-SSSA 2012 Annual Meetings. Cincinnati, OH. http://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2012am/webprogram/Paper73316.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Munoz-Robayo, J., and A.N. Kravchenko. 2012. Optimal Scale Derivation for Relating Topographical Attributes and Cover Crop Plant Biomass. Annual meeting of ASA-CSSA-SSSA. Oct 21-24, Cincinnati, Ohio. http://scisoc.confex.com/crops/2012am/webprogram/Paper75423.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Munoz, J.D., Kravchenko, S. 2012. The effect of cover crop biomass on row-crop yields in a rotational system is mediated through topographical features. Long Term Ecological Research ASM Meeting, September 10-13, Estes Park, CO.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Basche, A. and F. Miguez. 2012. Do cover crops increase or decrease nitrous oxide emissions? A meta-analysis. ASA-CSSA-SSSA 2012 Annual Meetings. Cincinnati, OH. http://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2012am/webprogram/Paper72121.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Schultz, M.J. and W.W. Miller. 2013. Bringing Disciplines Together: Using the PERT Model to Reinforce Transdisciplinary Concepts during an Intensive Student Camp Experience. 59th Annual NACTA Conference, Blackburg, VA. http://www.nactateachers.org/images/stories/AbstractSupplements/Oral_Presentations_MP_2_column.pdf
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Han, G., D. Mueller, L.F. Leandro, and M. Helmers. 2013. Effect of drainage practices and cover crop use on soybean seedling growth. APS-MSA Joint Meeting. Aug. 10-14, 2013. Austin, TX. http://www.apsnet.org/meetings/Documents/2013_Meeting_Abstracts/aps2013abP487.htm
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Myers, A. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2012. Distribution of Micronutrients at Various Depths in a Central Missouri Corn and Soybean Field. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting 2012. Cincinnati, OH. Oct. 21-24, 2012. http://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2012am/webprogram/Paper73461.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Haruna, S. I. and NV Nkongolo. 2012. Distribution of Soil Carbon and Nitrogen in a Corn and Soybean Field. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting 2012. Cincinnati, OH. Oct. 21-24, 2012. http://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2012am/webprogram/Paper73486.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Mebruer, B. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2012. Do Tillage Treatments Affect the Relationship Between Gas Fluxes and Soil Thermal Properties?ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting 2012. Cincinnati, OH. Oct. 21-24, 2012. http://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2012am/webprogram/Paper73162.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Griffith, C. and NV. Nkongolo. 2012. Does Proximity of a Field to a Highway Affect Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Soil? ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting 2012. Cincinnati, OH. Oct. 21-24, 2012. http://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2012am/webprogram/Paper73216.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Mebruer, B. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2012. Effect of the Spatial Variability of Fluxes On Total Field Greenhouse Gases Emissions. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting 2012. Cincinnati, OH. Oct. 21-24, 2012. http://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2012am/webprogram/Paper73189.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Williams, J. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2012. In Season Corn Yield Prediction Using Corn Growth Parameters in a Conventional till and No till System. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting 2012. Cincinnati, OH. Oct. 21-24, 2012. http://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2012am/webprogram/Paper73412.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Haruna, S. I. and NV Nkongolo. 2012. Mapping Soil Chemical Properties and Nutrients in a Corn and Soybean Field. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting 2012. Cincinnati, OH. Oct. 21-24, 2012. http://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2012am/webprogram/Paper73188.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Sale, S. and NV Nkongolo. 2012. Monitoring Greenhouse Fluxes and Soil Thermal Properties in a Central Missouri Corn Field From 2004 to 2008. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting 2012. Cincinnati, OH. Oct. 21-24, 2012. http://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2012am/webprogram/Paper72616.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Sale, S. and NV Nkongolo. 2012. Monitoring Greenhouse Fluxes and Soil Thermal Properties in a Central Missouri Soybean Field Over 5 Years  2004-2008. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting 2012. Cincinnati, OH. Oct. 21-24, 2012. http://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2012am/webprogram/Paper72645.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Williams, J. and N.V. Nkongolo. 2012. Soybean Yield Response to Soil Properties. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting 2012. Cincinnati, OH. Oct. 21-24, 2012. http://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2012am/webprogram/Paper73379.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Jenette Goodman, Phillip Owens and Zamir Libohova. 2012. Methods for Field Scale Digital Mapping of Soil Functional Properties. ASA-CSSA-SSSA 2012 Annual Meetings. Cincinnati, OH. Received second place in S-5 division. http://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2012am/webprogram/Paper74512.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Wright Morton and Abendroth. 2012. Climate and Corn-based Cropping Systems Coordinated Agricultural Project: Overview and Flowchart. ASA-CSSA-SSSA 2012 Annual Meetings. Cincinnati, OH.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Wright Morton, Eigenbrode, Martin. 2012. The Architecture of Integration: Coordinated Agricultural Projects. ASA-CSSA-SSSA 2012 Annual Meetings. Cincinnati, OH.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Strock. 2013. Drainage system designs: benefits and limitations. American Fisheries Society Meeting (Keynote), St. Cloud, MN. Mar. 12, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Todey, D. 2012. The 2012 Drought - Lessons Learned and Future Issues. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting. Cincinnati, OH. 2012. http://scisoc.confex.com/scisoc/2012am/webprogram/Session11022.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Wilke, A. 2013. Communicating Climate Science for Agricultural Management in Corn-Based Cropping Systems. Presentation to the American Meteorological Society 8th Symposium on Policy and Socio-Economic Research, Austin, Texas, January 7, 2013. https://ams.confex.com/ams/93Annual/webprogram/Paper223466.html
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Wilke, A. 2013. Communicating Climate Science for Agricultural Management in Corn-based Cropping Systems. Heartland Regional Water Quality Conference, Overland Park, Kansas, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Olson, K.R. and L.W. Morton. 2013. Soil & crop damages as a result of levee braches on Ohio and Mississippi Rivers; Environmental Science session. Landmark, Bangkok, Thailand: Asia-Pacific International Congress on Engineering & Natural Sciences (APICENS). May 16-18, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Olson, K.R., and L.W. Morton. 2013. Restoration of 2011 Flood Damaged Birds Point-New Madrid Floodway. Reno, Nevada: Resilient Landscapes, Soil and Water Conservation Society Conference. July 23, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Wilke, A. 2013. Communicating Climate Science for Agricultural Management in Corn-based Cropping Systems. American Meteorological Society 8th Symposium on Policy and Socio-Economic Research, Austin, Texas, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Wilke, A. 2013. Communicating Climate Science for Agricultural Management in Corn-Based Cropping Systems. Heartland Regional Water Quality Conference, Overland Park, Kansas, April 16, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Wilke, A. 2013. Communicating climate science: Components of engaging the agricultural audience. Symposium on Science Communication, Ames, Iowa, May 31, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Wilke, A. 2013. Communicating climate science: Components of educating the public about risks to agriculture and natural resources. The 19th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Estes Park, Colorado, June 7, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Morton, L.W. 2012. Obtaining a Social License for the Bioeconomy. Banff, Canada: Growing the Bioeconomy Conference. Oct. 3, 2012.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: McGuire, J. 2013. The Role of Farmer Identities in Agriculture Rural Sociological Society, Aug 2013. New York City, NY.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Morton, L.W. and J. McGuire. 2013. The good farmer and the group effect. Society for Ecological Restoration (SER) 2013 World Conference on Ecological Restoration. October 6-10, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Morton, LW., E Shea, J Hatfield, J Peters. 2013. Agriculture and Forestry in a Changing Climate: Adaptation Recommendations. Reno, Nevada: Resilient Landscapes, Soil and Water Conservation Society Conference. July 23, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Wright Morton, Bartels, and Fink. 2012. Climate Change is Happening: Building Partnerships to Convey Common Messages. ASA-CSSA-SSSA 2012 Annual Meetings. Cincinnati, OH.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Schafbuch, M., L. Abendroth, and D. Todey. 2013. Climate Change Science in Education. Science with Practice Poster Symposium, Iowa State University. April 30, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Kilpatrick, L.A. and N.R. Fausey. 2013. Drainage Water Management Impacts on Release of Dissolved Nitrogen and Phosphorus by subsurface drainage in the Lake Erie Watershed. Annual American Ecological Engineering Society Conference, East Lansing, Michigan, June 10-12, 2013.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Dunbar, M., Gassmann, A. J. and ONeal, M. 2012. Effects of cover crop and extended rotation on insect taxa and plant disease pressure. Effects of cover crop and extended rotation on insect taxa and plant disease pressure. North Central Branch Meeting, Entomological Society of America. Lincoln, NE.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2012 Citation: Dunbar, M. W., Gassmann, A. J., and ONeal, M. E.. 2012. Effects of rye cover crop on arthropod communities. Effects of rye cover crop on arthropod communities. Entomological Society of America. Knoxville, TN.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Dunbar, M. W., Gassmann, A. J., and ONeal, M. E. 2013. Impacts of rye cover crop on ground-dwelling beneficial arthropods. Entomological Society of America. North Central Branch Meeting, Entomological Society of America. Rapids City, SD.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Herzmann, D. and L. Abendroth. 2013. CSCAP Data Management: Utilizing multiple tools to accomplish team science. REACCH Annual Conference. Portland, OR.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Herzmann, D. and L. Abendroth. 2013. CSCAP Data Management: Utilizing multiple tools to accomplish team science. PINEMAP Annual Conference; Poster Symposium. Atlanta, GA.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Basche, A., S. Archontoulis, and F. Miguez. 2013. Predicting long term cover crop impacts with a cropping systems model. Graduate Program in Sustainable Agriculture, research symposium. Iowa State University.
  • Type: Conference Papers and Presentations Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Daryl Herzmann. 2013. How much did it rain in Ames on June 25th, 2010?ISU Geological and Atmospheric Sciences Fall 2013 Seminar Series. Sept. 3, 2013. Iowa State University.
  • Type: Websites Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Laws et al. 2013 (on-going). Sustainablecorn.org Website. http://sustainablecorn.org/
  • Type: Websites Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Laws and Widhalm. 2013. AgriClimate Connection. http://sustainablecorn.org/blog/
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Basso, B., L. Sartori, D. Cammarano, P. Grace, C. Sorensen, and S. Fountas. 2013. Environmental and economic evaluation of N fertilizer rates in a maize crop in Italy: a spatial and temporal analysis using crop models. Biosystems Engineering 113:103-111. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biosystemseng.2012.06.012
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Newman, J.K., A.L. Kaleita, and L.W. Morton. 2013. Stakeholder perspectives: An important component for applying total maximum daily load science. J. Soil Water Cons. 68(1):73-81. http://dx.doi.org/10.2489/jswc.68.1.73
  • Type: Journal Articles Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Cammarano, D., L. Stefanova, B.V. Ortiz, M. Ramirez-Rodrigues, S. Asseng, V. Misra, G. Wilkerson, B. Basso, J.W. Jones, K.J. Boote, and S. DiNapoli. 2013. Evaluating the fidelity of downscaled climate data on simulated wheat and maize production in the southeastern US. Regional Environmental Change 13:S101-S110. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10113-013-0410-1
  • Type: Other Status: Published Year Published: 2013 Citation: Sawyer, J., J. Pantoja, and D. Barker. 2013. Corn and soybean production with a winter rye cover crop. Agricultural Engineering/Agronomy Research Farms Annual Report, Iowa State University. RFR-A1256:12-16, 30. www.ag.iastate.edu/farms/progress_report.php


Progress 03/01/12 to 02/27/13

Outputs
OUTPUTS: One in-person project-wide annual meeting occurred along with ~95 conference calls including the whole team, leadership team, and objective-specific working groups. The expansion of the team website along with circulation of promotional materials has increased awareness and use of information by partner institutions, organizations, and stakeholders. Members conducted the second year of field research using the team's standardized methodologies for measuring soil, water, plant, and ecosystem properties. A few additional research sites in MN and OH were added to the expansive field network (total 35 sites). Following closure of the USDA-ARS facility in Coshocton, OH, an agreement was developed and financial support leveraged to continue research. The team's centralized database has undergone construction and implementation in Y2; members entered carbon, nitrogen, and water research data. Researchers began collecting, enhancing and combining process models, historical data, and climate projections with data from field trials to calibrate biophysical models at field, farm, and landscape scale. Researchers have harmonized all published life cycle inventories of U.S. corn, and populated the LCA model structure with preliminary data. The social-economic team collaborated with the U2U survey team and NASS to produce an innovative survey research design, sampling approach, questionnaire, and database on 4,778 farmers. Twenty extension educators were trained in the methodology of conducting interviews and given facilitation materials. Extension educators have 92 farmer members for their state-based groups and a baseline assessment of their attitudes, beliefs and practices related to climate and conservation practices. A series of statewide and within-state regional publications, 81 in total, featuring climate data were completed for use among farmer stakeholders and interaction with a NOAA multi-agency effort on the National Climate Assessment. The graduate student cohort was strengthened through a graduate student roadmap, two graduate seminars on the science of climate change and professional development, and a special breakout at the annual meeting. The undergraduate internship and mentoring program began with 35 students working with faculty and staff mentors in research projects. Two summer climate camps occurred with 29 individuals including teachers and high school, undergraduate, and graduate students participating. The CSCAP team leveraged an impressive amount of additional funding to address gaps or expansion opportunities. In Y1, the team leveraged $730,000 and in Y2, the team leveraged $1.02 million; total to-date is more than $1.7 million. Specifically in Y2, funds were received from institutional support ($550,000); $183,315 by the United Soybean Board to address integrated pest management research needs; $95,000 by the Biological Agricultural Partners to support organic-focused research; and $192,866 by the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship. PARTICIPANTS: The CSCAP team includes over 140 members comprised of faculty, post-doctoral researchers, graduate students, extension educators, and staff. The team includes a diverse set of expertise and specialties across the principal investigators (n=41), post-doctoral researchers (n=8), topic-based specialists/technical staff (n=27), extension educators (n=20), and graduate students (n=36). An additional 12 PI's were brought on to the team through leveraged funding from United Soybean Board for an expansion of the IPM research component. Team members are also working with and mentoring undergraduate students on an on-going basis through research internships, summer camps, and employment opportunities; 35 undergraduate students have been affiliated with the team to-date. A complete team roster and specific roles is not included here due to space but can be found in the team's Year 3 continuation proposal submitted to USDA-NIFA in September 2012. Because of the stakeholder involvement and the high level of technical expertise required for the project, an external advisory board met twice with the team in Year 2 as well as on-going interactions. This board consists of 19 members with broad managerial, producer and scientific expertise on GHGs, climate modeling, physical modeling, analytical chemistry and carbon sequestration. The board provides high-level advice and feedback while also serving as a network into important stakeholder groups. Team members have built collaborations and partnerships with outside researchers and groups. First, the CSCAP is connecting with other USDA-funded climate-based projects for networking and collaborations. The directors and managers of the three USDA-funded CAP projects (wheat, pine, and corn) regularly collaborate and discuss ways to build capacity and learn from one another. The social-economic component of the CSCAP partnered with USDA-funded 'Useful to Usable' (U2U) project based at Purdue University in pooling resources and expertise for a survey of Midwest farmers. The Objective 3 team includes unfunded collaborators, such as a parameter estimation expert from the USGS (Dr. Michael Fienen), a nitrous oxide expert from the ARS (Dr. Tim Parkin), and members of the soil carbon modeling community (Dr. Keith Paustian), whose knowledge and practice have been impacted through their collaboration with the team. Overall, team members have had impacts on members of industry and nongovernmental organizations who have benefited through accessing the growing knowledge base of the team. For example, an established CSCAP research experiment in Iowa was used for the development of Iowa's Nutrient Reduction Strategy. Also, the team has had a series of in-depth discussions and exchanges of knowledge with Mr. John Kadyszewski, Director of the American Carbon Registry (ACR). The project has also provided data and interpretation to industrial analysts who are seeking to better understand the life cycle impacts of corn production in the U.S. TARGET AUDIENCES: The CSCAP team has six key audiences in terms of development, training, and education; each has received attention and efforts from the team for this reporting period: (1) all team members; (2) CSCAP graduate students; (3) affiliated undergraduate students; (4) agricultural stakeholders including farmers and the agribusiness industry; (5) citizen stakeholders including high school students and teachers; and (6) the scientific community. First, the team actively worked to develop individual team members through cross-training of others' disciplines, scientific discovery, and team science exercises that built transdisciplinary capacity. Second, the team is focused on uniquely training CSCAP graduate students to emerge from their programs with the ability to comprehend complex societal and environmental challenges from a multi-pronged cross disciplinary and stakeholder collaborative approach. Third, internship opportunities, mentoring, and employment within laboratories and field research experiments allow several inlets for undergraduate students to work alongside and learn from team scientists. Fourth, the team's extension educators are building relational networks and working to build knowledge of and adaptation to a changing climate among farmers and agribusiness stakeholders in their respective states. Fifth, the team has conducted non-formal learning events to educate high school students and teachers; also the external website is a communication tool to the general public. Sixth, the team is working hard to discover new science and understanding behind the physical and social factors influencing the capacity for corn-based cropping systems to mitigate and adapt to a changing climate; these findings are communicated through societal presentations, refereed journals, and white papers. The team has been highly proficient in the first two years with a total of 27 refereed journals, 129 conference presentations, 40 extension presentations, 21 press releases or news items, 23 white papers, 27 videos, 6 extension publications, 17 educational camp presentations, 10 proposals, 1 survey, 2 books or book chapter, 2 websites, 2 radio spots, 7 partnerships with external groups, and 9 project promotional pieces. These various publications are provided in-detail within the team's Year 3 continuation proposal submitted to USDA-NIFA in September 2012. PROJECT MODIFICATIONS: Nothing significant to report during this reporting period.

Impacts
The CSCAP team has increased capacity to connect multi-disciplinary knowledge and to begin understanding the value and explore applications of linking multi-disciplinary science to the practice of science in order to become a transdisciplinary team. A shift in focus for some PIs, to apply their skills to climate adaptation and mitigation, has opened new questions, potential partners, and provides a way to attract young people into agricultural sciences. The team developed a comprehensive research directive which provides the foundational disciplinary and multidisciplinary research questions and hypotheses upon which the team is developing additional transdisciplinary questions and hypotheses for future years. The standardized protocols, developed in Y1, were reevaluated in Y2 to ensure consistent and uniform data sets were being collected. Researchers conducting field experiments are more aware of data needs by the modeling community and making measurements they would not typically collect to improve overall utility of data to this project and future work. Modeling and synthesis members determined goals of individual research units and strengths of respective models in addressing the impacts of corn production in multiple dimensions, but with particular emphasis on economics and the C, N and water footprints. Using iterative cross-training, members have built a set of shared goals and collaborative approaches to the research questions. Social-economic members have established strong survey research partnerships with the USDA Purdue University-led grant, 'Useful to Usable' (U2U), and the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), improved extension educator capacity to engage farmers about adaptive and mitigative management options through training on how to conduct in-depth interviews, analyzed preliminary data leading to improved knowledge of farmer beliefs and concerns about climate change, and initiated a relationship with the USDA 'Regional Approaches to Climate Change in Pacific Northwest Agriculture' CAP project. Extension members have collaborated to develop climate training materials and messages that appeal to farmer and stakeholder audiences, specifically focusing on the impact of climate on the water cycle. Identification of these topic-based messages ensure information is more positively received and implemented. The extension educators are becoming more confident in presenting climate information during winter agricultural public events due to training and interactions with team members. Education members have increased capacity among the graduate student cohort through two web-based seminar series: 'The Science of Climate Change' and 'Professional Development for Emerging Scientists in Agriculture and Climate.' The appointment of a graduate student to the Leadership Team provided two-way communication to ensure an environment conducive to growth for the cohort. A graduate 'roadmap' now provides a framework of experiences to increase graduate student capacity for transdisciplinary work.

Publications

  • Scharf, P.C., D.K. Shannon, H.L. Palm, K.A. Sudduth, S.T. Drummond, N.R. Kitchen, L.J. Mueller, V.C. Hubbard, and L.F. Oliveira. 2011. Sensor-based nitrogen applications out-performed producer-chosen rates for corn in on-farm demonstrations. Agron. J. 103:1683-1691. doi: 10.2134/agronj2011.0164 (published)
  • Arbuckle, J.G., Jr., P. Lasley, and J. Ferrell. 2011. Iowa Farm and Rural Life Poll: 2011 Summary Report. Extension Report PM3016. Ames, IA: Iowa State University Extension. http://www.soc.iastate.edu/extension/ifrlp/PDF/PM3016.pdf (published)
  • Gonzalez-Ramirez, J., C.L. Kling, and A. Valcu. 2012. An Overview of Carbon Offsets from Agriculture. Annual Review of Resource Economics. 4:145-160. doi:10.1146/annurev-resource-083110-120016 (published)
  • Goodman, J. M., P. R. Owens, and Z. Libohova. 2012. Predicting soil organic carbon using mixed conceptual and geostatistical models. Digital Soil Assessments and Beyond: Proceedings of the 5th Global Workshop on Digital Soil Mapping 2012, Sydney, Australia. CRC Press. The Netherlands. http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9780415621557 (published)
  • Grace P.R., Robertson G.P., Millar N., Colunga-Garcia M., Basso B., Gage S. 2011. The Contribution of Maize Cropping in the Midwest USA to Global Warming: A Regional Estimate. Agr. Systems. 104(3): 292-296. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.agsy.2010.09.001 (published)
  • Iqbal J., M.J. Castellano, and T.B. Parkin. 2012. Evaluation of photoacoustic spectroscopy for simultaneous measurement of N2O and CO2 gas concentrations and fluxes at the soil surface. Global Change Biology. 19(1): 327-336. doi: 10.1111/gcb.12021 (published) Kladivko, E. 2011. Cover crops for modern cropping systems. Purdue University Extension. http://www3.ag.purdue.edu/agry/extension/Documents/CoverCropsOverview .pdf (published)
  • Kladivko, E. 2011. Cover crops for nitrogen management. Purdue University Extension. http://www3.ag.purdue.edu/agry/extension/Documents/CoverCropsNitrogen .pdf (published)
  • Lawrence, J., M. Helmers, T. Isenhart, J. Baker, M. Castellano, R. Christianson, B. Crumpton, R. Cruse, M. Duffy, P. Gassman, A. Mallarino, J. Sawyer, D. Webber, D. Lemke, S. Richmond, K. Schilling, C. Wolter, D. James, D. Jaynes, J. Kovar, M. Tomer, K. Flahive, E. Hurley, S. Thompson. 2012. Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy: A science and technology-based framework to assess and reduce nutrients to Iowa waters and the Gulf of Mexico; Section 2: Nonpoint source nutrient reduction science assessment. http://www.nutrientstrategy.iastate.edu/ (published for public comment)
  • Olson, K.R. and L.W. Morton. 2012. The Effects of 2011 Ohio and Mississippi River Valley Flooding on Cairo, Illinois. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 67(2):42A-46A. doi: 10.2489/jswc.67.2.42A (published)
  • Surendran Nair, S., S. Kang, X. Zhang, F.E. Miguez, R.C. Izaurralde, W.M. Post, M.C. Dietze, L.R. Lynd, S.D. Wullschleger. 2012. Bioenergy crop models: descriptions, data requirements, and future challenges. doi: 10.1111/j.1757-1707.2012.01166.x (published)
  • Syswerda, S.; Basso, B.; Hamilton,S.K.; Tausig, J.B.; Robertson G.P. 2012. Long-term Nitrate Loss along an Agricultural Intensity Gradient in the Upper Midwest USA. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 149:10-19. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.agee.2011.12.007 (published)
  • McGuire, J. , L.W. Morton, and A. Cast. 2013. Reconstructing the good farmer identity: shifts in farmer identities and farm management practices to improve water quality. Agriculture & Human Values. 30:57-69. doi:10.1007/s10460-012-9381-y (published)


Progress 03/01/11 to 02/28/12

Outputs
OUTPUTS: The project established a team of more than 130 researchers and developed project protocols in the first year. This occurred at two project wide annual conferences in February and November; and monthly whole team, leadership team and objective-specific conference calls. Team members acquired and calibrated greenhouse gas (GHG) measuring equipment for use at research sites. Researchers identified nearly 30 field sites for the project and measured a total of eighty variables during the season spanning soil, agronomic, greenhouse gas, integrated pest management, water quality and volume, and climatic data. Soil measurements include bulk density, organic carbon, total nitrogen, pH, cation exchange capacity, texture, fertility, water retention, moisture and GHG emission. The project leveraged external funds to expand the scope of pest abundance and diversity data research; nearly 3,000 samples were collected from sticky traps, pit fall traps, sweep nets, black light and speed scouting. Investigators installed and updated drain flow monitoring equipment and installed weather stations to measure precipitation, air temperature, relative humidity, solar radiation, and wind speed and direction. Modelers assembled current and archived data, including those related to climate, weather, tillage and corn, and also used past data to begin testing various models, including EPIC and DAYCENT. A committee developed the framework and built a central database to house research data from all sites allowing researchers to compare their results with those from other sites. Investigators initiated a detailed power analysis for assessing the number of replications and sub-samples needed at each site to detect statistically significant differences in soil carbon and GHG emissions. Investigators analyzed more than 1,200 farmer responses from climate-related questions in the 2011 Iowa Farm and Rural Life Poll. Investigators worked with the USDA funded Useful to Usable (U2U) project based at Purdue University to combine their polling efforts and develop a single survey for joint release in 2012. This partnership leverages external funds to reach about 19,000 Midwestern corn producers, a greater number than either project could survey with independent funds. CSCAP is connecting with other USDA funded climate-based projects for networking and collaborations. Because of the coordination and stakeholder involvement and the high level of technical expertise required for the project, an external advisory board was established. This board consists of 19 members with broad managerial, producer and scientific expertise on GHGs, climate modeling, physical modeling, analytical chemistry and carbon sequestration. The board provides high level, broad advice and serves as a network into important stakeholder groups. PARTICIPANTS: Nothing significant to report during this reporting period. TARGET AUDIENCES: Nothing significant to report during this reporting period. PROJECT MODIFICATIONS: Nothing significant to report during this reporting period.

Impacts
This large, transdisciplinary project has process and outcome accomplishments in year one. A functional research network of 26 field and watershed level experiments was established across eight states, using pre-existing and new sites. Standardized protocols were developed on proper procedures and data collection of carbon, nitrogen, water, agronomic variables, GHG and pests in five key experiment designs: cover crops, extended rotations, tillage, N sensing and controlled drainage. Each protocol was evaluated at year one end with minor revisions and finalized for years two through five. A central database was developed to include consistent formats for primary data collected from the project, climate data and other secondary data. Nine photoacoustic spectrometers, PAS, for gathering in-field GHG emissions were calibrated using the national GRACEnet protocol. Integrated Pest Management co-PIs leveraged the project's research network and as a result received a $236,000 two year grant from the United Soybean Board to support and expand the projects pest research component. Power analysis using previous research data was initiated. The systems analysis and predictive modeling scientists worked with all research PIs to specify research questions and hypotheses to be tested throughout the five years of the project. A socioeconomic random sample mail survey of about 19,000 corn producers in 21 HUC6 watersheds was developed with another USDA climate project, U2U, and leveraged an additional $51,400 from Iowa NRCS, ISU Experiment Station and Purdue Agriculture. The structure for citing the team in peer review and other publications was created, modified and finalized with consensus. Extension administrators in nine states agreed to programmatically dedicate 20 extension educators to learn about the project and work with 200 producers on climate change and its implications to cultivated row crop systems. The project linked with the USDA Heartland Integrated Water Quality Initiative 2011 conference on water and climate to offer initial CSCAP training and orientation to extension educators. As a result, extension educators are preparing to work with farmers in their state. The project produced 81 draft region-specific climate publications which are being used to engage state climatologists with extension educators as an education tool for farmers. Team members agreed to utilize common technologies for the project including an internal Web site, which supports effective inter team management, communication, and acts as the interface to the central database allowing easy data upload and export. The team has begun to develop a transdisciplinary approach, thinking and acting beyond their primary disciplines to link with co PIs and graduate students. First year meetings were opportunities for investigators to connect with one another, grow as a team and exchange insights into how their disciplines intersect. A primary project goal is to train the next generation of scientists. Graduate students began their research with a primary investigator of the project and began networking with other students to experience the transdisciplinary nature of the project.

Publications

  • Arbuckle, J., D. Mueller, and A. Sisson. 2011. Climate Change in the Classroom: A Survey of Iowa Agricultural Educators. http://sustainablecorn.org/doc/publications/CSCAP-0001-2011-IA.pdf