John C. Tyndall
John C. Tyndall
Professor of Natural Resource Economics, Iowa State University
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Climate change beliefs, concerns, and attitudes toward adaptation and mitigation among farmers in the Midwestern United States
JG Arbuckle, LS Prokopy, T Haigh, J Hobbs, T Knoot, C Knutson, A Loy, ...
Climatic change 117, 943-950, 2013
Prairie strips improve biodiversity and the delivery of multiple ecosystem services from corn–soybean croplands
LA Schulte, J Niemi, MJ Helmers, M Liebman, JG Arbuckle, DE James, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (42), 11247-11252, 2017
The trouble with cover crops: Farmers’ experiences with overcoming barriers to adoption
GE Roesch-McNally, AD Basche, JG Arbuckle, JC Tyndall, FE Miguez, ...
Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 33 (4), 322-333, 2018
Barriers to implementing climate resilient agricultural strategies: The case of crop diversification in the U.S. Corn Belt
G Roesch McNally, JG Arbuckle, JC Tyndall
Global Environmental Change 48, 206-215, 2018
Mitigating swine odor with strategically designed shelterbelt systems: a review
J Tyndall, J Colletti
Agroforestry systems 69 (1), 45-65, 2007
Farmers and climate change: a cross-national comparison of beliefs and risk perceptions in high-income countries
LS Prokopy, JG Arbuckle, AP Barnes, VR Haden, A Hogan, MT Niles, ...
Environmental management 56, 492-504, 2015
Windbreak practices
JR Brandle, RA Hodges, Tyndall, J.C., Sudmeyer
North American agroforestry: An integrated science and practice, 79-118, 2009
Financial comparison of seven nitrate reduction strategies for Midwestern agricultural drainage
L Christianson, J Tyndall, M Helmers
Water Resources and Economics 2, 30-56, 2013
Corn stover as a biofuel feedstock in Iowa’s bio-economy: an Iowa farmer survey
JC Tyndall, EJ Berg, JP Colletti
Biomass and bioenergy 35 (4), 1485-1495, 2011
Raising the stakes
S Secchi, J Tyndall, LA Schulte, H Asbjornsen
Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 63 (3), 68A, 2008
What would farmers do? Adaptation intentions under a Corn Belt climate change scenario
GE Roesch-McNally, J Gordon Arbuckle, JC Tyndall
Agriculture and Human Values 34, 333-346, 2017
Understanding Corn Belt farmer perspectives on climate change to inform engagement strategies for adaptation and mitigation
JG Arbuckle, J Hobbs, A Loy, LW Morton, LS Prokopy, J Tyndall
Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 69 (6), 505-516, 2014
Soil as social-ecological feedback: Examining the “ethic” of soil stewardship among Corn Belt farmers
G Roesch McNally, JG Arbuckle, JC Tyndall
Rural Sociology, 2018
How cost-effective are cover crops, wetlands, and two-stage ditches for nitrogen removal in the Mississippi River Basin?
SS Roley, JL Tank, JC Tyndall, JD Witter
Water Resources and Economics 15, 43-56, 2016
Field-level financial assessment of contour prairie strips for enhancement of environmental quality
JC Tyndall, LA Schulte, M Liebman, M Helmers
Environmental Management 52, 736-747, 2013
Multiple approaches to valuation of conservation design and low-impact development features in residential subdivisions
T Bowman, JC Tyndall, J Thompson, J Kliebenstein, JP Colletti
Journal of Environmental Management 104, 101-113, 2012
Odor mitigation with tree buffers: Swine production case study
G Hernandez, S Trabue, T Sauer, R Pfeiffer, J Tyndall
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 149, 154-163, 2012
Impact of field windbreaks on visual appearance of agricultural lands
RK Grala, JC Tyndall, CW Mize
Agroforestry systems 80, 411-422, 2010
Financial feasibility of using shelterbelts for swine odor mitigation
JC Tyndall, RK Grala
Agroforestry systems 76, 237-250, 2009
Farmer and farmland owner views on spatial targeting for soil conservation and water quality
EK Zimmerman, JC Tyndall, LA Schulte, GLD Larsen
Water Resources Research 55 (5), 3796-3814, 2019
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