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Unpublished Paper
Agricultural Policies and Soil Degradation in Western Canada: An Agro-Ecological Economic Assessment - The Integration of Enviornmental and Economic Components
CARD Staff Reports
  • Aziz Bouzaher, Iowa State University
  • Jason F. Shogren, Iowa State University
  • Derald J. Holtkamp, Iowa State University
  • Philip W. Gassman, Iowa State University
  • David W. Archer, Iowa State University
  • P. G. Lakshminarayan, Iowa State University
  • Alicia L. Carriquiry, Iowa State University
  • Randall A. Reese, Iowa State University
  • William H. Furtan, University of Saskatchewan
  • César Izaurralde, University of Alberta
  • James R. Kiniry, United States Department of Agriculture
Publication Date
3-1-1995
Series Number
95-SR 75
Abstract
This report describes the interface between RS-CRAM (resource sensitive Canadian Regional Agriculture Model) and the environmental components of the integrated modeling system for crops, crop sequences, and management systems representative of western Canadian agriculture. An experimentally designed set of EPIC (Erosion Productivity Impact Calculator) simulations were performed to generate erosion output that was then used to construct wind and water erosion metamodels (response functions) for several Canadian provinces.
Copyright Owner
Iowa State University
Citation Information
Aziz Bouzaher, Jason F. Shogren, Derald J. Holtkamp, Philip W. Gassman, et al.. "Agricultural Policies and Soil Degradation in Western Canada: An Agro-Ecological Economic Assessment - The Integration of Enviornmental and Economic Components" (1995)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/alicia_carriquiry/51/