Farming Practices Can Ease Impact of Climate Change on Wetlands

Kansas City infoZine: Climate change in the Prairie Pothole Region poses problems for wetland-dependent organisms such as ducks, but farmers could help ease the impact by the way they farm. Brookings SD - infoZine - Newswise - Adopting such practices as strategic use of biomass crops and conversion of row crops to managed grass near wetlands could compensate for a Celsius degree or two of warming, South Dakota State University wetland ecologist W. Carter Johnson said. Johnson, a distinguished professor ......

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