Labor markets: A critical link between global-local shocks and their impact on agriculture
29 Mar 2023 | Datasets | Contributor(s):
By Srabashi Ray1, Iman Haqiqi1, Alexandra Hill2, J Edward Taylor3, Tom Hertel1
1. Purdue University 2. Colorado State University 3. University of California, Davis
We show the importance of explicitly modelling agricultural labor markets in Integrated Assessment Models (IAMS). We propose the SIMPLE-G-CZ model building on SIMPLE-G and literature on CZs.
Data: Existing wetland conservation programs miss nutrient reduction targets
14 Dec 2022 | Datasets | Contributor(s):
By Shan Zuidema1, Chris Kucharik2, Richard Lammers1, Wilfred Wollheim1
1. University of New Hampshire 2. University of Wisconsin
Estimated fluxes of nitrate (as nitrogen) across the Mississippi River Basin under scenarios of wetland restoration following two existing conservation programs. At full adoption, neither program...
U.S. Heartland Farmers Value Conservation Programs, Reject Cutting Conservation Funding
27 Sep 2012 |
Posted by Melissa Widhalm
In 2012, Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research and Public Opinion Strategies surveyed farmers in 13 Midwestern and Great Plains states about conservation program funding. You can find a brief overview...