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Stanley, Wilson, Patterson, Machmuller, Cotrufo

Ruminating on soil carbon: Applying current understanding to inform grazing management

Wiley - Global Change Biology, (February 2024) DOI: 10.1111/gcb.17223

Module 4: Soil microbiology

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Crops & Soils Magazine | March-April 2022, DOI: 10.1002/crso.20181

SOURCE LINK: ASA

Gandura O. Abagandura, Martha Mamo, Walter H. Schacht, Aaron Shropshire, Jerry D. Volesky

Soil carbon and nitrogen after eight years of rotational grazing in the Nebraska Sandhills meadows

Geoderma
Volume 442, February 2024, 116776

SOURCE LINK: Science Direct

Paige Stanley, Nathan Sayre, Lynn Huntsinger

Holistic Management Shifts Ranchers’ Mental Models for Successful Adaptive Grazing

Rangeland Ecology & Management
Volume 93, March 2024, Pages 33-48

SOURCE LINK: Science Direct

P. McKenna, S. Banwart

Reassessing the warming impact of methane emissions from Irish livestock using GW* - historical trends and sustainable futures

Title: Irish Journal of Agricultural and Food Research
ISSN (Electronic): 2009-9029
Publication date (Electronic): 20 January 2024

SOURCE LINK: Science Open

Ryan B. Schmid Ryan, Kelton D. Welch, Jonathan G. Lundgren

A Survey of the Dung-Dwelling Arthropod Community in the Pastures of the Northern Plains

Insects 2024, 15(1), 38 January 2024, 15010038

SOURCE LINK: MDPI

Jingwei Shi, Mingyang Song, Lin Yang, et al.

Recalcitrant organic carbon plays a key role in soil carbon sequestration along a long-term vegetation succession on the Loess Plateau

CATENA Vol. 233, December 2023, 107528

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Eric Post, Elina Kaarlejarvi, et al

Large herbivore diversity slows sea ice–associated decline in arctic tundra diversity.

Science 380, 1282–1287 (2023) 23 June 2023

M. Francesca Cotrufo* and Jocelyn M. Lavallee

Soil organic matter formation, persistence, and functioning: A synthesis of current understanding to inform its conservation and regeneration

Advances in Agronomy, Vol. 172 2022 Elsevier Inc. ISSN 0065-2113

K. Phukubye, et al.

On the impact of grassland management on soil carbon stocks: a worldwide meta-analysis.

Geoderma Regional 28 (2022) e00479

Mosier, et al.

Restoring Soil Fertility on Degraded Lands to Meet Food, Fuel, and Climate Security Needs via Perennialization

Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 10/2021 | Vol 5 | Article 706142

Hannah Gosnell

Regenerating soil, regeneration soul: an integral approach to understading agricultural transformation.

IR3S / IGES  (2021)

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Timm F. Dobert, Edward W. Bork, Steven Apfelbaum, et al.

Adaptive multi-paddock grazing improves water infiltration in Canadian grassland soils.

Journal of Soil and Water Conservation March 2016, 71 (2) 156-164

Bork, et al.

Comparative Pasture Management on Canadian Cattle Ranches With and Without Adaptive Multipaddock Grazing.

Elsevier Journal-Rangeland Ecology & Management, Volume 78, September 2021

Shrestha, et al.

Adaptive Multi-Paddock Grazing Lowers Soil Greenhouse Gas Emission Potential by Altering Extracellular Enzyme Activity.

MDPI, Agronomy 2020, 10, 1781

T. Wang, et al.

Expanding grass-based agriculture on marginal land in the U.S. Great Plains: The role of management intensive grazing.

MDPI, Agronomy 2020, 10, 1781

S.L. Kronberg, et al.

Review: Closing nutrient cycles for animal production – Current and future agroecological and socio-economic issues.

Elsevier Journal, International Journal of Animal Biosciences 2021

Stephan van Vliet , et al.

A metabolomics comparison of plant‐based meat and grass‐fed meat indicates large nutritional differences despite comparable Nutrition Facts panels.

Scientific Reports, (2021) 11:13828

Tong Wang1, et al.

Understanding producers’ perspectives on rotational grazing benefits across US Great Plains.

Cambridge University Press, 29 Jun 2021 17:45:08