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The role of ruminants in reducing agriculture's carbon footprint in North America
WR Teague, S Apfelbaum, R Lal, UP Kreuter, J Rowntree, CA Davies, ...
Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 71 (2), 156-164, 2016
1932016
GHG mitigation potential of different grazing strategies in the United States Southern Great Plains
T Wang, WR Teague, SC Park, S Bevers
Sustainability 7 (10), 13500-13521, 2015
682015
Determinants of motives for land use decisions at the margins of the Corn Belt
T Wang, M Luri, L Janssen, DA Hennessy, H Feng, MC Wimberly, G Arora
Ecological Economics 134, 227-237, 2017
482017
Farmers’ adoption and perceived benefits of diversified crop rotations in the margins of US Corn Belt
T Wang, H Jin, Y Fan, O Obembe, D Li
Journal of Environmental Management 293, 112903, 2021
442021
Potential mitigation of midwest grass-finished beef production emissions with soil carbon sequestration in the United States of America
JE Rowntree, R Ryals, M DeLonge, WR Teague, M Chiavegato, P Byck, ...
Department of Organic Food Quality and Food Culture at the University of …, 2016
432016
Evaluating long-term economic and ecological consequences of continuous and multi-paddock grazing-a modeling approach
T Wang, WR Teague, SC Park, S Bevers
Agricultural Systems 165, 197-207, 2018
392018
Soil Conservation Practice Adoption in the Northern Great Plains
T Wang, H Jin, BB Kasu, J Jacquet, S Kumar
Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 44 (2), 404-421, 2019
382019
Demonstrating short-term impacts of grazing and cover crops on soil health and economic benefits in an integrated crop-livestock system in South Dakota
C Tobin, S Singh, S Kumar, T Wang, P Sexton
Open Journal of Soil Science 10 (03), 109, 2020
372020
Challenges for rotational grazing practice: views from non-adopters across the Great Plains, USA
T Wang, H Jin, U Kreuter, H Feng, DA Hennessy, R Teague, Y Che
Journal of Environmental Management 256, 109941, 2020
332020
Evaluation of continuous and multipaddock grazing on vegetation and livestock performance—a modeling approach
T Wang, WR Teague, SC Park
Rangeland ecology & management 69 (6), 457-464, 2016
322016
Will farmers save water? A theoretical analysis of groundwater conservation policies
T Wang, SC Park, H Jin
Water Resources and Economics 12, 27-39, 2015
322015
Spatially mediated peer effects in the adoption of conservation agriculture practices
D Kolady, W Zhang, T Wang, J Ulrich-Schad
Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 53 (1), 1-20, 2021
242021
Strategic interactions among private and public efforts when preventing and stamping out a highly infectious animal disease
T Wang, DA Hennessy
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 97 (2), 435-451, 2015
242015
Strategic interactions among private and public efforts when preventing and stamping out a highly infectious animal disease
T Wang, DA Hennessy
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 97 (2), 435-451, 2015
242015
An examination of best practices for survey research with agricultural producers
E Avemegah, W Gu, A Abulbasher, K Koci, A Ogunyiola, J Eduful, S Li, ...
Society & Natural Resources 34 (4), 538-549, 2021
222021
Cover-crop usage in south dakota: farmer perceived profitability and future adoption decisions
T Wang, Z Xu, D Kolady, JD Ulrich-Schad, D Clay
Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 46 (2), 287-307, 2020
172020
Modelling interdependent participation incentives: dynamics of a voluntary livestock disease control programme
T Wang, DA Hennessy
European Review of Agricultural Economics 41 (4), 681-706, 2014
172014
Modelling interdependent participation incentives: dynamics of a voluntary livestock disease control programme
T Wang, DA Hennessy
European Review of Agricultural Economics 41 (4), 681-706, 2014
172014
Integration of crop-livestock systems: An opportunity to protect grasslands from conversion to cropland in the US Great Plains
AJ Smart, D Redfearn, R Mitchell, T Wang, C Zilverberg, PJ Bauman, ...
Rangeland Ecology & Management 78, 250-256, 2021
162021
Expanding grass-based agriculture on marginal land in the US Great Plains: The role of management intensive grazing
T Wang, H Jin, U Kreuter, R Teague
Land Use Policy 104, 105155, 2021
162021
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