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  1. From the Field: Partnering for Pollinators

    https://senr.osu.edu/news/field-partnering-pollinators

    ground and loose soil and provide quality pollinator habitat through enhanced native plant diversity in ... disappoint.  A couple harsh mid-November frosts knocked back the existing vegetation and moist soil conditions ... made for optimal seed-to-soil contact in the dormant season frost seeding.  Many hands made for light ...

  2. Jordon Wade's Graduate Exit Seminar

    https://senr.osu.edu/events/jordon-wades-graduate-exit-seminar

    the P (and N) Out of the Water: Can Soil Health Help? From Western Lake Erie to the Gulf of Mexico, ... nutrient losses from agricultural operations is a significant contributor to water quality issues in the ... demand mitigate the risk of decreases crop yield. However, from an environmental perspective, these ...

  3. Maria Fredericks Honors Thesis Defense

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    multiscalar. Our results show that impoverished people face disproportionate CBR risks within urban spaces ... disproportionately face the risks associated with CBR transport. Environmental justice (EJ) studies tell us that ... demographic data in the city of Columbus, Ohio, we begin on the local level of concentrated risk. However, ...

  4. Alexander Masheter's Graduate Exit Seminar

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    insect communities in an urbanized portion of the Olentangy River in Columbus, Ohio.  Seasonality was the ...

  5. 2019 CFAES Teaching & Learning Symposium

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    2019 COLLEGE OF FOOD, AGRICULTURAL,AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES  TEACHING & LEARNING ...

  6. TWEL Donald C. Radcliffe Thesis

    https://senr.osu.edu/node/8907

    tph 1990s, 298 tph 2010s). Models indicated that soil acidity was positively related with red maple ... density. Overall, these results indicated that stand structural variables are more important than soil ...

  7. Katherine Allen's Graduate Exit Seminar

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    removal and risk perceptions about wildlife-related threats differ as a function of the following species ... acceptability of lethal removal and risk perceptions of a species, WVOs (domination and mutualism), and ... revealed that the effects of the WVOs on acceptability of lethal removal and risk perceptions differed ...

  8. Douglas Jackson-Smith

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    rural-urban interface: Community organization, policy and agricultural change,” The Journal of Agriculture ... Agriculture at the Rural-Urban Interface.” Rural Realities 2(4):1-12. Powell, J. M., D. Jackson-Smith, D.F. ... in Rural Sociology, MA in Agricultural Economics, and PhD in Sociology. I worked and did research in ...

  9. Ohio State's Rattan Lal receives Japan Prize

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    is Distinguished University Professor of Soil Science at the  College of Food, Agricultural, and ... Professor Rattan Lal, a soil scientist at The Ohio State University, received the 2019  Japan ... technology. Lal is the first Ohio State scientist and the first soil scientist to ever receive the prize. He ...

  10. TWEL Gretchen Anchor Thesis

    https://senr.osu.edu/node/8908

    behaviors are expressed in relation to predation risk. Following the “ecology of fear” framework, we ...

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