Grazing lands represent the largest and most diverse land resource-taking up over half the earth's land surface. The large area grazing land occupies, its diversity of climates and soils, and the potential to improve its use and productivity all contribute to its importance for sequestering C and mitigating the greenhouse effect and other condition

chapter 2|44 pages

A Broad-Scale Perspective on the Extent, Distribution, and Characteristics of U.S. Grazing Lands and A.G. Mendenhall

ByT.M. Sobecki, D.L. Moffitt, J. Stone, C.D. Franks,

chapter 7|22 pages

Carbon Dioxide Fluxes over Three Great Plains Grasslands W.A. Dugas, and H.S. Mayeux

ByA.B. Frank, P.L. Sims, J.A. Bradford, P.C. Mielnick,

chapter 12|32 pages

The Effects of Pasture Management Practices M.A. Sanderson, and J.A. Stuedemann

ByR.R. Schnabel, A.J. Franzluebbers, W.L. Stout,

chapter 15|30 pages

Modeling Soil C Responses to Environmental Change in Grassland Systems

ByW.J. Parton, J.A. Morgan, R.H. Kelly, and D. Ojima

chapter 17|10 pages

Research and Development Priorities