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List of LTAR-related news

High-Tech Tools To Study Chesapeake Bay Watershed

Features in the landscape, such as urban development, agriculture, wetlands, and forests, can affect the water quality of a watershed ...
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The Technology Behind a New Agricultural Revolution

Every day, the global population increases by around 200,000 people. Most live in urban areas, so for perspective, imagine a ...
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Our Planet Earth: Looking to the Future

Earth Day is a good time to demonstrate support for environmental protection. One thing we can all agree on is ...
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Long-Term Data, Real-World Results

By 2050, the world’s population is expected to grow to more than 9 billion people, posing a critical challenge to ...
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Ag Research Division co-hosts national agroecosystem research meeting

Lincoln, Neb. — Scientists from across the country converged in Lincoln June 4-6 for the annual meeting of the Long-term ...
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Preparing to Face the Future of Agriculture in the United States

Providing a safe and plentiful food supply for a growing population poses a critical challenge to agriculture in the United ...
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Outdoor Laboratories Provide Unique Opportunity for Environmentally-Responsible Food Production

Some of the world’s most unique cacti, reptiles and plants reside right here in the United States among our nation’s ...
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Celebrating Our Glorious Planet

Today is Earth Day, which gives us the opportunity to celebrate the magnificence of our planet.  It’s a day to ...
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USDA Announces Long-Term Agro-Ecology Network

Hoping to emulate the success and ambition of ecological research networks, such as theNational Ecological Observatory Network (NEON), the U.S. Department ...
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USDA Announces Long-Term Agroecosystem Network

On 10 September 2012, the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Agricultural Research Service (ARS) announced the establishment of a ...
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USDA Forms Watershed Research Network

Scientists at USDA's Agricultural Research Service are doing ground-saving research on watersheds across the United States, but they aren't always ...
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