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Research from the AMP Grazing Southeast US study

Module 1

Samantha Mosier, et al.
"Adaptive multi-paddock grazing enhances soil carbon and nitrogen stocks and stabilization through mineral association in southeastern U.S. grazing lands"
Journal of Environmental Management 288 (2021) 112409

Module 1

Mosier, Apfelbaum, et al.
"Improvements in soil properties under adaptive multipaddock grazing relative to conventional grazing"
America Journal, DOI: 10.1002/agj2.21135

Module 4

White, Yeater, Lehman, et al.
"Soil microorganisms respond distinctively to adaptive multi-paddock and conventional grazing in the southeastern United States"
Soil Science Society of America Journal, (July 2023) DOI: 10.1002/saj2.20573

Module 3 and 4

Johnson, Teague, et al.
"Adaptive multi-paddock grazing management’s influence on soil food web community structure for: increasing pasture forage production, soil organic carbon, and reducing soil respiration rates in southeastern USA ranches"
PeerJ  (19 July 2022 ) 10.7717/peerj.13750

Module 1 and 3

Steven I. Apfelbaum, et al.
"Vegetation, water infiltration, and soil carbon response to Adaptive Multi-Paddock and Conventional grazing in Southeastern USA ranches"
Journal of Environmental Management 308 (2022) 114576

Module 1

Samantha Mosier, Steven Apfelbaum, Peter Byck, et al.
"Response to the comment by McGuire (2021) on Mosier et al. (2021), Adaptive multi-paddock grazing enhances soil carbon and nitrogen stocks and stabilization through mineral association in southeastern U.S. grazing lands "

Module 2

Nuria Gomez-Casanovas, et al.
"A review of transformative strategies for climate mitigation by grasslands"
Science of the Total Environment, 4 August 2021, 799 (2021) 149466

Module 3

Fugui Wang, et al.
"Effects of adaptive multiple paddock and continuous grazing on fine-scale spatial patterns of vegetation species and biomass in commercial ranches"
Landscape Ecol, 4 June 2021 /10.1007/s10980-021-01273

Module 5

Ryan B. Schmid, et al.
"An inventory of the foliar, soil, and dung arthropod communities in pastures of the southeastern United States"
Wiley Online Library July, 2021  DOI: 10.1002/ece3.7941

Module 1 and 7

W.R. Teague, et al.
"The role of ruminants in reducing agriculture’s carbon footprint in North America"
Journal of Soil and Water Conservation March 2016, 71 (2) 156-164

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