Research from the AMP Grazing Southeast US study
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
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
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
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
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 "
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
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