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Dr. Justin D. Derner Adapting Cropping & Livestock Systems to a Changing Climate

 

Dr. Justin D. Derner, a rangeland scientist and Research Leader for the Rangeland Resources Research Unit of the USDA Agricultural Research Service, will be discussing the theories of adapting cropping and livestock systems to a changing climate. He will be speaking at 9 a.m. on March 4 for MonDak Ag Days.

Dr. Justin D. Derner will be discussing adapting cropping and livestock systems to a changing climate.

Dr. Derner received his Ph.D in Rangeland Ecology and Management in 1996 from Texas A&M University. He leads a a team of scientists developing and providing land managers the necesary tools to address the provision of ecosystem goods and services on western U.S. rangelands.

Dr. Derner's research targets management strategies of mitigation and adapatation of climate change on rangelands by evaluating dynamics of soil carbon and nitrogen as influenced by management and environmental effects.

 

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