grazing

March 20 2014
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This comparative five year study on grasslands suggests that allowing grazing animals to crop the excess growth of of grasses that, due to fertization, grow too vigorously, can counteract the threats these grasses present to the other plants that...

March 3 2011

In a paper (Marriott C A, Fisher J M, Hood K and Pakeman R J (2010) 'Impacts of extensive grazing and abandonment on grassland soils and productivity' Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment Volume 139, Issue 4, 476–482) the abstract states...

April 15 2010

Wolf B, Zheng X, Brüggeman, Chen W, Dannenmann, Han X, Sutton M, Wu H, Yao Z, Butterbach-Bahl "Grazing-induced reduction of natural nitrous oxide release from continental steppe", Nature, 464, 881-884 (8 April 2010)

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October 30 2009
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An article entitled Restoring soil carbon can reverse global warming, desertification and biodiversity loss features the argument of Tony Lovell, who asserts that carefully managed, rotational intensive 'regenerative grazing' practices can...

September 16 2008
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This research was commissioned by the Scottish Executive and the Welsh Assembly.