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2023
L. R. Kemmerling, McCarthy, A. C., Brown, C. S., and Haddad, N. M., Butterfly Biodiversity Increases with Prairie Strips and Conservation Management in Row Crop Agriculture, Insect Conservation and Diversity, 2023.PDF icon insect_conserv_diversity_-_2023_-_kemmerling.pdf (866.84 KB)
C. Dutter, Damiano, L. A., Niemi, J., Miller, B. A., Schulte, L. A., Liebman, L., Helmers, M., Cruse, R., and McDaniel, M. D., Contour prairie strips affect adjacent soil but have only slight effects on crops, Field Crop Research, vol. 269, 2023.
C. Dutter, Damiano, L. A., Niemi, J., Miller, B. A., Schulte, L. A., Liebman, L., Helmers, M., Cruse, R., and McDaniel, M. D., Contour prairie strips affect adjacent soil but have only slight effects on crops, Field Crop Research, vol. 269, 2023.
G. Zhang, Murray, C., A Clair, S., Cass, R., Dolezal, A. G., Schulte, L. A., Toth, A. L., and O'Neal, M. E., Native vegetation embedded in landscapes dominated by corn and soybean improves honey bee health and productivity, Journal of Applied Ecology, 2023.
G. McNally and Rogers, B., Perennial Systems Conservation: Reaching Women Landowners & Farmers. 2023.PDF icon perennial_systems_conservation_reaching_women_landowners_farmers_one_pager_6.21.pdf (4.18 MB)
L. M. Alt, Flater, J. S., Howe, A., Moorman, T. B., Moore, L. A. Schulte, and Soupir, M. L., Prairie Strips Remove Swine Manure Associated Antimicrobial Resistance Genes and Bacteria from Runoff, Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, vol. 349, 2023.
L. M. Alt, Flater, J. S., Howe, A., Moorman, T. B., Moore, L. A. Schulte, and Soupir, M. L., Prairie Strips Remove Swine Manure Associated Antimicrobial Resistance Genes and Bacteria from Runoff, Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, vol. 349, 2023.
G. McNally and Rogers, B., Women Landowner Resource Guide. 2023.PDF icon landowner_guide_w_team_edits_8.14.pdf (7.53 MB)
2022
A. Iverson, Moorman, T. B., Soupir, M., and Morrow, A. J., Degradation of tetracycline, sulfamethazine, and tylosin in soil from prairie strips and row crops in Iowa, Agroecosystems, Geosciences, and Environment, vol. 5, 2022.
A. Iverson, Moorman, T. B., Soupir, M., and Morrow, A. J., Degradation of tetracycline, sulfamethazine, and tylosin in soil from prairie strips and row crops in Iowa, Agroecosystems, Geosciences, and Environment, vol. 5, 2022.
B. Khanal, Schoengold, K., Mieno, T., and L Moore, S., The impact of policy design on willingness to pay for ecosystem services from prairie strips, Journal of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, 2022.
B. Khanal, Schoengold, K., Mieno, T., and L Moore, S., The impact of policy design on willingness to pay for ecosystem services from prairie strips, Journal of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, 2022.
J. S. Flater, Alt, L., Soupir, M. L., Moorman, T. B., and Howe, A., Prairie strips’ effect on transport of antimicrobial resistance indicators in poultry litter, Journal of Environmental Quality, vol. 51, 2022.
A. J. Craig, Rehmann, C. R., Alt, L. M., Moore, L. Schulte, and Soupir, M. L., Prairie Strips Reduce Fecal Indicator Bacteria Concentrations in Simulated Runoff, Journal of the American Water Resources Association, vol. 59, no. 2, pp. 244-256, 2022.
R. Whitehair, Grudens-Schuck, N., and Moore, L. Schulte, Program Evaluation of a Workshop on Prairie Strips for Farm Advisors: Framing the Co-Occurring Outcomes of Low Knowledge Acquisition and High Confidence, Horiculturae, vol. 8, no. 12, 2022.PDF icon horticulturae-08-01215.pdf (8.92 MB)
2020
S. L Moore, Bradbury, S., O'Neal, M., Toth, A., Tyndall, J., and Dolezal, A., Prairie strips help honey bees and wild pollinators, Iowa State University, Ames, 2020.PDF icon strips_ffar_infosheet_20200203.pdf (748.6 KB)
L. A. Garibaldi, Oddi, F. J., Miguez, F. E., Bartomeus, I., Orr, M. C., Jobbágy, E. C., Kremen, C., Moore, L. A. Schulte, Hughes, A. C., Bagnato, C., Abramson, G., Bridgewater, P., Carella, D. Gomez, Díaz, S., Dicks, L. V., Ellis, E. C., Goldenberg, M., Huaylla, C. A., Kuperman, M., Locke, H., Mehrabi, Z., Santibañez, F., and Zhu, C. - D., Working landscapes need at least 20% native habitat, Conservation Letters, vol. 14(2): 14:e12773. https://doi.org/10.1111/conl.12773, 2020.
L. A. Garibaldi, Oddi, F. J., Miguez, F. E., Bartomeus, I., Orr, M. C., Jobbágy, E. C., Kremen, C., Moore, L. A. Schulte, Hughes, A. C., Bagnato, C., Abramson, G., Bridgewater, P., Carella, D. Gomez, Díaz, S., Dicks, L. V., Ellis, E. C., Goldenberg, M., Huaylla, C. A., Kuperman, M., Locke, H., Mehrabi, Z., Santibañez, F., and Zhu, C. - D., Working landscapes need at least 20% native habitat, Conservation Letters, vol. 14(2): 14:e12773. https://doi.org/10.1111/conl.12773, 2020.
L. A. Garibaldi, Oddi, F. J., Miguez, F. E., Bartomeus, I., Orr, M. C., Jobbágy, E. C., Kremen, C., Moore, L. A. Schulte, Hughes, A. C., Bagnato, C., Abramson, G., Bridgewater, P., Carella, D. Gomez, Díaz, S., Dicks, L. V., Ellis, E. C., Goldenberg, M., Huaylla, C. A., Kuperman, M., Locke, H., Mehrabi, Z., Santibañez, F., and Zhu, C. - D., Working landscapes need at least 20% native habitat, Conservation Letters, vol. 14(2): 14:e12773. https://doi.org/10.1111/conl.12773, 2020.

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