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Mgrre_Pureoilscouttickets_Hallock_1_21127015080000, MGRRE 2021 Western Michigan University

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Mgrre_Pureoilscouttickets_Weirigh Aka Weirich, Oscar_1_21127015010000, MGRRE 2021 Western Michigan University

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Mgrre_Pureoilscouttickets_Mitchell_1_21127014700000, MGRRE 2021 Western Michigan University

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Enhancing Environmental Protection In Relation To Armed Conflict: An Assessment Of The Ilc Draft Principles, Daniëlla Dam-de Jong, Britta Sjöstedt 2021 Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies at Leiden University, The Netherlands

Enhancing Environmental Protection In Relation To Armed Conflict: An Assessment Of The Ilc Draft Principles, Daniëlla Dam-De Jong, Britta Sjöstedt

Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Review

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A Cielo Abierto: Constellations For Extraterritorial Multinational Corporate Accountability For Environmental Damage In Human Rights Law, Astghik Hairapetian 2021 UCLA School of Law

A Cielo Abierto: Constellations For Extraterritorial Multinational Corporate Accountability For Environmental Damage In Human Rights Law, Astghik Hairapetian

Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Review

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Impact Of Overseeding Cool-Season Annual Forages On Spring Regrowth Of Tifton 85 Bermudagrass, Ricardo A. Reis, Lynn E. Sollenberger, D. Urbano 2021 Universidade Estadual Paulista, Brazil

Impact Of Overseeding Cool-Season Annual Forages On Spring Regrowth Of Tifton 85 Bermudagrass, Ricardo A. Reis, Lynn E. Sollenberger, D. Urbano

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

Field observations have shown stand reduction and slow spring regrowth of Tifton 85 bermudagrass (Cynodon spp.) pastures overseeded with temperate forages for grazing during the cool season. This experiment compared the effect of cool-season management programs, including overseeding and use of different grazing treatments, on productivity of Tifton 85 the following warm season. There were seven treatments: four were bermudagrass overseeded with a cool-season annual forage mixture (two grasses and two legumes) and grazed differentially, and three were bermudagrass controls with differences in amount of residual stubble remaining at beginning of autumn. There was only a slight delay in initiation ...


Influence Of Grazing Frequency On Biomass Production Using Several Selected Tropical Grasses, P. Mislevy, F. G. Martin, F. M. Pate, N. F. G. Rethman 2021 University of Florida

Influence Of Grazing Frequency On Biomass Production Using Several Selected Tropical Grasses, P. Mislevy, F. G. Martin, F. M. Pate, N. F. G. Rethman

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

To provide commercial growers with forage grasses that produce well throughout the year, there is a constant need for screening and testing new germplasm. Two rhodesgrasses (Chloris gayana cv. Rhods and Callide), four stargrasses (Cynodon nlemfuensis Vanderyst var. nlemfuensis cv. Florona, Zimbabwe, Okeechobee, and Rhodesian No. 2), one bermudagrass (C. dactylon var. dactylon cv. Jiggs), and one creeping signalgrass (Brachiaria humidicola CIAT 6369) were tested under a mob-grazing system. Dry biomass yield increased linearly as grazing frequency (GF) was delayed from 2 to 7 weeks. The cultivars, Florona, Zimbabwe and Okeechobee stargrasses and Jiggs bermudagrass, yielded best during the warm ...


Variation Of Herbage Intake (Hi) From Upland Pasture, As Influenced By The Grazing Initiation Date (Gid), D. Maæešiæ, M. Kneževiæ, Z. Štafa, J. Leto 2021 University of Zagreb, Croatia

Variation Of Herbage Intake (Hi) From Upland Pasture, As Influenced By The Grazing Initiation Date (Gid), D. Maæešiæ, M. Kneževiæ, Z. Štafa, J. Leto

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

Studies were conducted on an experimental pasture belonging to the Arrhenatherethum medioeur. and Lolio-Cynosureth. assoc. with D. glomerata, L. perenne and T. repens as main species, at an altitude of 680 m. Four equally sized paddocks (0.3 ha) were grazed by 10 Charolais heifers. The differences in total herbage dry matter intake (HDMI) between the four paddocks with different grazing initiation dates (GID) were significant (P < 0.05). The results of this experiment show that in order to achieve a higher HDMI and better herbage utilization an earlier initiation of grazing is recommended. That is, grazing should commence when the sward height is about 15 cm.


Mgrre_Pureoilscouttickets_Woodruff_1_21127014260000, MGRRE 2021 Western Michigan University

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Vermiculations In Painted Caves: New Inputs From Laboratory Experiments And Field Observations, Perrine Freydier, Eric Weber, Jérôme Martin, Pierre-Yves Jeannin, Béatrice Guerrier, Frédéric Doumenc 2021 Université Paris-Saclay, France

Vermiculations In Painted Caves: New Inputs From Laboratory Experiments And Field Observations, Perrine Freydier, Eric Weber, Jérôme Martin, Pierre-Yves Jeannin, Béatrice Guerrier, Frédéric Doumenc

International Journal of Speleology

Vermiculations are aggregates of small particles commonly found on cave walls. They are a major concern for the conservation of painted caves, as they can potentially alter valuable prehistoric cave paintings. A previous rheological study of fine sediment deposits on cave walls revealed that this material can undergo a solid-to-liquid transition triggered by variations in the chemical composition of the water film on the wall. Such a transition could occur at the origin of vermiculations by allowing the sediment to flow under low mechanical stress. In this work, we provide quantitative information on the conditions leading to this transition and ...


Nutritive Value Of Double Cropped Corn For Ruminant Production, D. Vaz Martins, A. Fassio 2021 INIA, Uruguay

Nutritive Value Of Double Cropped Corn For Ruminant Production, D. Vaz Martins, A. Fassio

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

The viability of double cropping corn (Zea mays L.) in Uruguay, germplasm combination, dry matter yield and nutritive value were evaluated. An early (E) maturing hybrid, an early to medium (E-M) one and an E-M variety were planted as spring crops. One E-M hybrid, one medium to late (M-L) hybrid and a late (L) variety were planted as a second crop. PVC laboratory scale silo of the spring crop and the whole plant of the summer crop were chemically analyzed. The nutritive value of the silages were related to plant maturity stage. No differences were detected in nutritive value among ...


Two-Dimensional Monitoring Of Spatial Distribution Of Herbage Mass Under Grazing, S. Ogura, Masahiko Hirata 2021 University of Miyazaki, Japan

Two-Dimensional Monitoring Of Spatial Distribution Of Herbage Mass Under Grazing, S. Ogura, Masahiko Hirata

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

Spatial distribution of herbage mass (HM) was monitored two-dimensionally during the grazing season (from May to November) in a bahiagrass pasture rotationally grazed by cattle. An electronic capacitance probe was used to estimate HM in 1464 permanent positions (50 × 50 cm) whose centres formed 1.5 × 1.5 m grids in the central 90 × 34.5 m area of the pasture. The highest mean HM was in September and October, while coefficient of variation in November. The two-dimensional charting of HM showed almost stable spatial patterns throughout the grazing season, with some patches of high HM appearing and disappearing. The ...


The Effect Of Herbage Mass Of A Pasture On The Spatially Heterogeneous Grazing By Cattle, S. Ogura, Masahiko Hirata 2021 University of Miyazaki, Japan

The Effect Of Herbage Mass Of A Pasture On The Spatially Heterogeneous Grazing By Cattle, S. Ogura, Masahiko Hirata

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

To obtain information on spatially heterogeneous grazing by large herbivores at different time scales, spatial distribution of herbage mass and rate of defoliation was investigated on a bahiagrass (Paspalum notatum Flügge) pasture grazed by cattle during 4 to 5-day grazing periods in May, August and October. Pre-grazing herbage mass (Mpre) showed decreasing mean values and increasing spatial heterogeneity with the progress of grazing in all grazing periods, while the rate of defoliation showed inconsistent changes with season. Spatial distribution of the rate of defoliation was always more heterogeneous than that of Mpre. The correlation coefficient between Mpre ...


Relationships Between Spatial Distributions Of Herbage Mass And Utilization In A Pasture Progressively Grazed By Cattle, Masahiko Hirata, S. Ogura 2021 University of Miyazaki, Japan

Relationships Between Spatial Distributions Of Herbage Mass And Utilization In A Pasture Progressively Grazed By Cattle, Masahiko Hirata, S. Ogura

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

To obtain some information about the mechanisms behind the spatially heterogeneous grazing of a pasture by large herbivores, the relationships between the spatial distributions of herbage mass, herbage consumption and ingestive behavior were investigated on a bahiagrass (Paspalum notatum Flügge) pasture during a 6-day grazing period with cattle. The animals almost always consumed more herbage from locations with higher pre-grazing herbage masses, which was attributed to greater bite weights. It was suggested that the high spatial heterogeneity in the rate of defoliation was caused mainly by the spatial heterogeneity in both the bite weight and the number of visits when ...


Mgrre_Pureoilscouttickets_Gilpin_1_21127014100000, MGRRE 2021 Western Michigan University

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Novel Pilot Development Of A Closed-Loop Sustainable System Between Biogas Renewable Energy, Distilling, And Aquaculture By Vermiculture Of Stillage Wastes, Samuel C. Kessler 2021 University of Louisville

Novel Pilot Development Of A Closed-Loop Sustainable System Between Biogas Renewable Energy, Distilling, And Aquaculture By Vermiculture Of Stillage Wastes, Samuel C. Kessler

The Cardinal Edge

This study provides a mixed-methods approach in analyzing a potential closed-loop system between renewable biogas production from anaerobic digestion, vermiculture production, aquaculture production, and organic wastes with a particular focus on stillage wastes. Such system may hold significant promise for significantly reducing organic carbon and methane emissions from its components, and should be assessed for such. The 2021 IPCC report essentially identified methane reduction as the single fastest way to slow global warming (IPCC, 2021), making the study and implementation of methane-reducing systems and supportive policy for them critical. Knowledge gaps to implementing this system were qualitatively identified as disconnect ...


The Loneliest Galaxies In The Universe: A Gama And Galaxyzoo Study On Void Galaxy Morphology, Lori E. Porter, Benne W. Holwerda 2021 University of Louisville

The Loneliest Galaxies In The Universe: A Gama And Galaxyzoo Study On Void Galaxy Morphology, Lori E. Porter, Benne W. Holwerda

The Cardinal Edge

The large-scale structure (LSS) of the universe is comprised of galaxy filaments, tendrils, and voids. The majority of the universe’s volume is taken up by these voids, which exist as underdense, but not empty, regions. The galaxies found inside voids are void galaxies and expected to be some of the most isolated objects in the universe. However, their standard morphology remains poorly studied. This study, using the Galaxy and Mass Assembly (GAMA) survey and Galaxy Zoo’s SDSS survey, aims to remedy this. To do so, survey results from GAMA have been plotted using the Sérsic index (n) to ...


Mgrre_Pureoilscouttickets_Sippy_2_21127007930000, MGRRE 2021 Western Michigan University

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Data Analysis Of The “2021 Covid, Equity And Social Justice Showcase”, Cristo Leon 2021 New Jersey Institute of Technology

Data Analysis Of The “2021 Covid, Equity And Social Justice Showcase”, Cristo Leon

STEM for Success Resources

During the “2021 STEM for All Video Showcase” (NSF, 2021) funded by the National Science Foundation, 287 short videos showcasing federally funded projects aimed at improving STEM and CS education were presented.

The videos highlight strategies to engage students during COVID-19 and address educational inequities.


Adapting Tropical Forages To Low-Fertility Soils, Idupulapati M. Rao 2021 Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical, Colombia

Adapting Tropical Forages To Low-Fertility Soils, Idupulapati M. Rao

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

Tropical forages growing in low-fertility acid soils usually increase the amount of dry matter partitioned to roots at the expense of shoot growth, but substantially different adaptive attributes to such soils have been found, both between and within species. By possessing the C4 pathway of photosynthesis, grasses are more efficient than legumes in using N, Ca, and P, whereas legume roots are more efficient in extracting nutrients from low-fertility soils. Phosphorus uptake efficiency (mg of P uptake in shoot biomass per unit root length) of the legume Arachis pintoi is several times higher than that of the grass Brachiaria ...


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