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  1. Implications of human value shift and persistence for biodiversity conservation

    https://senr.osu.edu/research/publications/implications-human-value-shift-and-persistence-biodiversity-conservation

    and persistence for biodiversity conservation. Conservation Biology   30(2):287-296. Alia Dietsch ...

  2. Teaching Excellence Recognized

    https://senr.osu.edu/news/teaching-excellence-recognized

    Congratulations to Associate Professor Brian Lower and Lecturer Greg Hitzhusen, who are recipients ...

  3. SENR Honors Thesis Presentation: Interdisciplinary Collaboration

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    for many of today’s pressing questions particularly those related to the environment, yet little ... sciences, and the humanities. This disciplinary approach has contributed to the development of a substantial ... societal problems are complex, non-linear, and dynamic, and require integrated approaches to gain a richer ...

  4. TWEL Richard Geboy Thesis

    https://senr.osu.edu/node/2900

    nesting effort of radiomarked hens known to incubate clutches ranged from 42%- 70% throughout the study. ... significantly different (P = 0.869) than those of 2001. Two commonly consumed invertebrates known to occur ... significantly different. Data suggests that hens must arrive early on the breeding grounds in order to build ...

  5. Award-winning Documentary 'Harlan County USA' Screening

    https://senr.osu.edu/events/award-winning-documentary-harlan-county-usa-screening

    The Center for Folklore Studies and The Appalachian Project Ohio are hosting Academy Award winning ... (3/3). For additional information visit  http://cfs.osu.edu/events/kopple. ...

  6. Exploring the Relative Influence of Knowledge, Values and Risk Perception on Engagement in Climate Mitigative Behaviors

    https://senr.osu.edu/about-us/events/exploring-relative-influence-knowledge-values-and-risk-perception-engagement-climate

    Columbus Public Health and SENR about climate change and health that was distributed online to 400 Columbus ... residents. I am using the data to examine how greatly climate change knowledge, environmental values and risk ... It is important to understand how these psychological factors influence behavior because ...

  7. SENR Soil Scientist Working to Make P-Index More Functional

    https://senr.osu.edu/news/senr-soil-scientist-working-make-p-index-more-functional

    SENR Soil Scientist  Libby Dayton  is gathering and organizing science-based data so farmers can easily use it to help improve water quality.   ...

  8. Dick_R Influence of Long-term Use of Glyphosate

    https://senr.osu.edu/node/700

    However, after applying this technology for up to 10 years, observations in farmers’ fields and emerging ... a valuable asset for soybean farmers because it reduces the use of other herbicides, is a critical weed ... control tool for reduced tillage systems, and is generally regarded as having low environmental impacts. ...

  9. Ohio's Non-native Invasives

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    Ohio is facing many natural resource management challenges due to the continued introduction of ... non-native invasive species to our ecosystem. Join natural resource professionals to hear keynote speaker Dr. ... the U.S. along with its biology and control options. He will also introduce us to the new invasive ...

  10. Payment decoupling and intra-European calf trade

    https://aede.osu.edu/about-us/publications/payment-decoupling-and-intra-european-calf-trade

    coexist, keeping certain parts of the income support coupled. This coexistence leads to distortions of ... the beef sector where full decoupling was not obligatory. We derive a sector-specific trade model to ...

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