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  • Can preferential credit programs speed up the adoption\ud of low-carbon agricultural systems in Mato Grosso, Brazil?\ud Results from bioeconomic microsimulation

    Carauta, Marcelo; Latynskiy, Evgeny; Moessinger, Johannes; Gil, Juliana; Libera, Affonso; Hampf, Anna; Monteiro, Leonardo; Siebold, Matthias; Berger, Thomas (2017)
    The need to balance agricultural production and environmental protection shifted the focus of Brazilian\ud land-use policy toward sustainable agriculture. In 2010,\ud Brazil established preferential credit lines to finance\ud investments into low-carbon integrated agricultural systems\ud of crop, livestock and forestry. This article presents a\ud simulation-based empirical assessment of integrated system\ud adoption in the state of Mato Grosso, where highly\ud mechanized soybean–cotton and so...

    Method for the production of cotton somatic embryos. United States Patent Application

    Dunwell, J.M.; Keith, D.J.; Nobre, J.M.P. (2003)
    The present invention provides Inter alia, a method for the production of cotton somatic embryos comprising (a) isolating a totipotent stomatal cell-containing epidermal explant from leaf material excised from a cotton plant; and (b) culturing said explant in a basal medium which comprises an embryogenic callus-inducing quantity of an auxin and a cytokinin under an embryogenic callus inducing intensity of light until embryogenic callus is formed; and (c) sub-culturing said embryogenic callus ...

    Reduced height alleles (Rht) and Hagberg falling number of wheat

    Gooding, Mike J; Uppal, Rajneet K; Addisu, Molla; Harris, Kumuthini D; Uauy, Cristobal; Simmonds, James R; Murdoch, Alistair J (2012)
    Near isogenic lines varying for alleles for reduced height (Rht) and photoperiod insensitivity (Ppd-D1) in cv. Mercia (2005/6 to 2010/11; rht (tall), Rht-B1b, Rht-D1b, Rht-B1c, Rht8c+Ppd-D1a, Rht-D1c, Rht12) and cvs Maris Huntsman and Maris Widgeon (2007/8 to 2010/11; rht (tall), Rht-B1b, Rht-D1b, Rht-B1c, Rht-B1b+Rht-D1b, Rht-D1b+Rht-B1c) were compared at one field site, but within different systems (‘organic’, O, 2005/6 to 2007/8 v ‘intensive’, I, 2005/6 to 2010/11). Further experiments at ...

    Does short termism affect the quality of urban design in the UK?

    Gibson, V.; Rowley, Alan; Ward, Charles (1997)
    This paper follows the report on the “Quality of Urban Design: Study of the Influence of Private Property Decision Maker in Urban Design” (RICS 1996). It focuses on one of the findings in the report, namely that decisions made in development, investment and occupation seemed overly influenced by short term considerations. In this paper, the authors review the Report and examine the concept of short termism as it affects urban design decisions. The paper concludes that although it is difficult...

    Freshwater and heat transports from global ocean synthesis

    Valdivieso, Maria; Haines, Keith; Zuo, H.; Lea, D. (2014)
    [1] An eddy-permitting ¼° global ocean reanalysis based on the Operational Met Office FOAM data assimilation system has been run for 1989–2010 forced by ERA-Interim meteorology. Freshwater and heat transports are compared with published estimates globally and in each basin, with special focus on the Atlantic. The meridional transports agree with observations within errors at most locations, but where eddies are active the transports by the mean flow are nearly always in better agreement than ...
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