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Livestock development and rangeland conservation tools for Central Asia
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2003
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ברוש, אריה
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Davis University (California); EROS Data Center – USGS, South Dakota State University, University of California, Davis Department of Agronomy & Range Science, USDA-ARS Forage and Range Research Laboratory, Utah State University Dept. of Forest, Range and Wildlife Sciences (US); Academy of Sciences of Turkmenistan,National Institute of Deserts, Flora, and Fauna (Turkmenistan); A c a d e m y o f S c i e n c e s o f U z b e k i s t a n,Central Asia Regional Office - ICARDA, Karakul Sheep Research Institute, Uzbek Livestock Research Institute, Uzbek Sericulture Research Institute, Uzbek Research Institute of Market Reforms Ministry of Agriculture (Uzbekistan); Barayev Research Institute of Grain Farming, Central Asian Regional Environmental Center, Ministry of Science-Academy of Science RK, National Federation of Private Farmers of Kazakhstan, Research Institute of Feed Production and Pastures, Research Technological Institute of Sheep Breeding (Kazakhstan); CIRAD Montpellier (France); International Centre for Agricultural Research in Dry Areas (ICARDA) (Syria)

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Research from LDRCT focused on: continuous collection and analyses of CO2 flux data from Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan; determination of the effects of land use on carbon flux in northern Kazakhstan; continuation of intensive monitoring and modeling of agricultural enterprises; establishment of a forage laboratory in Samarkand and study of rangeland forages and livestock diets; and completion of bio-economic simulation model of range-based sheep producers for Kazakhstan. Project results and conclusions will be published in book form through the GL-CRSP 3G Project in Summer 2008.

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Conservation
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rangelands
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Livestock development and rangeland conservation tools for Central Asia

Davis University (California); EROS Data Center – USGS, South Dakota State University, University of California, Davis Department of Agronomy & Range Science, USDA-ARS Forage and Range Research Laboratory, Utah State University Dept. of Forest, Range and Wildlife Sciences (US); Academy of Sciences of Turkmenistan,National Institute of Deserts, Flora, and Fauna (Turkmenistan); A c a d e m y o f S c i e n c e s o f U z b e k i s t a n,Central Asia Regional Office - ICARDA, Karakul Sheep Research Institute, Uzbek Livestock Research Institute, Uzbek Sericulture Research Institute, Uzbek Research Institute of Market Reforms Ministry of Agriculture (Uzbekistan); Barayev Research Institute of Grain Farming, Central Asian Regional Environmental Center, Ministry of Science-Academy of Science RK, National Federation of Private Farmers of Kazakhstan, Research Institute of Feed Production and Pastures, Research Technological Institute of Sheep Breeding (Kazakhstan); CIRAD Montpellier (France); International Centre for Agricultural Research in Dry Areas (ICARDA) (Syria)

Livestock development and rangeland conservation tools for Central Asia

Research from LDRCT focused on: continuous collection and analyses of CO2 flux data from Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan; determination of the effects of land use on carbon flux in northern Kazakhstan; continuation of intensive monitoring and modeling of agricultural enterprises; establishment of a forage laboratory in Samarkand and study of rangeland forages and livestock diets; and completion of bio-economic simulation model of range-based sheep producers for Kazakhstan. Project results and conclusions will be published in book form through the GL-CRSP 3G Project in Summer 2008.

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