biology of invasive species; global amphibian decline; how to integrate conservation research into policy; ...
The Endangered Timber Rattlesnake
Today, thanks to research done on the timber rattlesnake by a number of devoted scientists across the ... rattlesnakes? Meanwhile, researchers are racing to learn what rattlesnakes need in order to survive. We now know ... Stranahan wishes to thank researcher Doug Wynn for supplying many of the natural history facts in this ...
CFAES News: 'Plant That Ate the South' Is Here: Poster Tells Public to Watch Out for Kudzu
Southeast, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service. One estimate puts ...
Open Food Trade, Safety Nets Crucial to Global Food Security: Ohio State Economist
policies that lead to increased production, such as investments in research and development and better ...
Community Collaboration in Farmland Preservation: How Local Advisory Groups Plan
protection, its policy implications are not well understood. To date, scant research has focused on ...
Disparities in Economic Well-being and Their Significance for Research and Policy Swank Guest Speaker: Neil ...
researchers. Two winners were selected for the best paper prize as the chosen submissions were ranked so ...
Mark Your Calendars: AEDE faculty members Matt Roberts, Ian Sheldon and Carl Zulauf to speak on “Drought and the Farm Bill: What 2012 Means for Farm Policy” – September 18th from 10-11am in the Tobin Building at the Farm Science Review
Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, OSU Extension, and the Ohio Agricultural Research and ...
Numeracy and Risk Perception
Dimensions of Environment (HDE) Research Group and Communication, Health, Attitude Structure & Social ...
Long-term Global Agricultural Output Supply-Demand Balance and Real Farm and Food Prices
increase in public and in private agricultural research and development spending. The world will not have ...