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Agriculture and Rangeland Global Change   
The mission of the Agriculture and Rangeland Global Change program is to develop and provide adaptation, mitigation, and management strategies to the individual farm, ranch, and rural community, and to natural resource decision-makers to allow them to derive optimal benefit from the positive aspects of global change and deal effectively with the detrimental effects.
 
 
ARS Methyl Bromide Research   
USDA has brought together agricultural and forestry leaders from industry, academia, state governments, and the federal government to assess the methyl bromide problem, formulate priorities, and implement research. The Agricultural Research Service (ARS) leads this process and has increased its own research on finding alternatives to methyl bromide by redirecting funds from other programs and undertaking new research projects funded by additional Congressional appropriations.
 
 
Economics of Global Change and Agriculture   
The Economic Research Service (ERS) is the main source of economic information and research from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
 
 
USDA Forest Service Global Change Research Program   
An outline of the objectives and elements of the USDA Forest Service Global Change Research Program.
 
 
USDA Forest Service Northern Global Change Research Program   
Home page of the USDA Forest Service Northern Global Change Research Program.
 
 
USDA Forest Service Southern Global Change Program   
Home page of the Southern Global Change Program.
 
 
USDA NRCS- National Soil Survey Center   
Web site for the USDA's Soil Carbon Studies.
 
 
USDA UV-B Monitoring and Research Program   
The USDA UV-B Monitoring and Research Program is a program of the US Department of Agriculture's Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service (CSREES). The program was initiated in 1992, through a grant to Colorado State University, to provide information on the geographical distribution and temporal trends of UVB (ultraviolet -B) radiation in the United States. This information is critical to the assessment of the potential impacts of increasing ultraviolet radiation levels on agricultural crops and forests.
 
 

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