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Exploring the meso-level of agricultural carbon finance projects
(New York, NY: Springer, 2015)
Agricultural carbon schemes are intended to mitigate climate change and provide carbon revenues while facilitating sustainable development. This is accomplished through practices which simultaneously increase yields, improve ...
Carbon sequestration in a tilled and untilled maize field in Lesotho, Southern Africa
This presentation was given at the Soil Science Society of America annual meeting on October 19th, 2011 in San Antonio Texas at 10:05 in the morning. No-till agriculture was practiced in Lesotho, Southern Africa, while ...
Building international partnerships and funding for climate change work in Guatemala, Lesotho, and Mozambique
This poster was presented on October 23rd, 2012 in Cincinnati, Ohio at 3:05 in the afternoon in the Duke Energy Convention Center. This presentation discussed some of the international projects that the University of ...
Conservation Agriculture in Subsistence Farming
(Boston, MA:CABI, 2015)
Conservation agriculture holds promise to address challenges of soil erosion and declining yields, making it a critical technology for improving food security and protecting the environment. This book brings together ...
Small-farmer choice and decision making for sustainable soil management
(Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 2015)
Sub-Saharan African agriculture is limited by degraded soils, yet there is no universally predictive factor for the adoption of soil management practices. This chapter frames small farmer decision making by exploring the ...