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1. Carbon, Nitrogen and Phosphorus Changes in CRP Lands [USDA.ARS.CGPRS.CNPcrp]
(adapted from abstract presented at ARS Carbon Storage Workshop, Jan 1999 Baltimore, MD) Problem: Marginal, highly erodible croplands have been taken out of production and replanted to grasslands ...


2. Carbon Exchange on the Short-grass Steppe and the Northern Mixed Prairie. [USDA.ARS.RRRU.Carbonxchng]
(adapted from project abstracts) Problems: While the importance of rangelands for domestic animal grazing and wildlife have been appreciated for some time, their role in the global C cycle is only ...


3. Carbon and Nitrogen Balance of a Northern Mixed-grass Prairie as Influenced by Grazing [USDA.ARS.RRRU.MixedGrassCarbon]
(Adapted from Abstract presented at ARS Carbon Storage Workshop, Baltimore, MD, Jan 1999) Problem: Rangeland health and sustainable productivity of our rangelands are becoming a key issues in developing ...


4. Partitioning of Carbon and Nitrogen in a Mixed-grass Prairie [USDA.ARS.CGPRS.CNmixedgrass]
(adapted from abstract presented at ARS Carbon Storage Workshop, Jan 1999, Baltimore MD) Problem: To further evaluate the effects of grazing on the C and N dynamics ofa rangeland ecosystem we needed ...


5. Impact of Livestock Grazing on Carbon and Nitrogen Balance of a Short-grass Steppe [USDA.ARS.CGPRS.SGSgraze]
(adapted from project abstract) Problem: Grazing lands constitute about 55% ofthe total land surface of the United States, and have been estimated to contain 40,000 MMT of C in the top 2 m of the ...


6. Impacts of CO2 Enrichment on C Sequestration in Native Grasslands [USDA.ARS.SPNRU.CO2enrich]
(Adapted from abstract presented at ARS Carbon Storage Workshop, Baltimore MD, Jan 1999) Problems: During the past few decades the atmospheric concentration of CO2 has been increasing at historically ...


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