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Global Livestock CRSP: Challenges of horizontal problems in a vertical world?. Montague Demment University of California, Davis. GL-CRSP Focus Themes. Environment Human Nutrition Economic Growth Policy. WHY ENVIRONMENT?. Extensive interaction with landscapes Major human use of the land

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Global livestock crsp challenges of horizontal problems in a vertical world

Global Livestock CRSP: Challenges of horizontal problems in a vertical world?

Montague Demment

University of California, Davis


Gl crsp focus themes

GL-CRSP Focus Themes

  • Environment

  • Human Nutrition

  • Economic Growth

  • Policy


Why environment

WHY ENVIRONMENT?

Extensive interaction with landscapes

Major human use of the land

Global implications

Interaction with other major revenue sources


Global livestock crsp challenges of horizontal problems in a vertical world

Grazed Lands of the World


Variability risk

Variability/Risk


Livestock early warning system lews

Livestock Early Warning System (LEWS)

Dr. Jerry Stuth

Texas A&M University


Rangeland conservation in central asia

Rangeland Conservation in Central Asia

Dr. Emilio A. Laca

University of California, Davis


Co 2 flux sites

Precipitation

324 mm yr-1

Typical steppe, Kazakhstan

Sagebrush-ephemeroid semidesert, Uzbekistan

Shrub sandy desert, Turkmenistan

CO2 Flux Sites

237 mm yr-1

148 mm yr-1


Integration of co 2 flux data usda ars central asia

Integration of CO2 Flux Data:USDA-ARS & Central Asia

  • Importance to US

    • Functional similarities between US and Central Asian rangelands allows robust modeling for spatial extrapolation of CO2 flux in the Northern Hemisphere.

    • Unified modeling approach across continents

Participating institutions:

UC-Davis GL/CRSP EROS Data CenterUtah State Univ.

USDA-ARSSouth Dakota State Univ.


Sumawa sustainable management of watersheds river njoro project

SUMAWA: Sustainable Management of Watersheds - River Njoro Project

Dr. Scott Miller University of Wyoming


The river njoro watershed

The River Njoro Watershed


Yellowstone serengeti mara yesema

Yellowstone/Serengeti/Mara (YESEMA)

  • Management challenges of conserved areas surrounded by people dependent on livestock and managed by an array of government agencies in an environment of strong public input and attention.


Global livestock crsp challenges of horizontal problems in a vertical world

GOBI FORAGE

Forage Monitoring Technology to Improve Risk Management by Herders in the Gobi Region of Mongolia

Dr. Jay Angerer

Texas A&M


Global livestock crsp challenges of horizontal problems in a vertical world

“Community Planning for Sustainable Livestock-based Forested Ecosystems in Latin America” – Project PLAN

—a complex integration of research and development

“Planificación Comunitaria Sustentable para Ecosistemas Boscosos Utilizados para Ganaderia en America Latina” – Proyecto PLAN

—una integración compleja de investigación y desarrolloDr. Tom MoermondUniversity of Wisconsin, Madison


Global livestock crsp challenges of horizontal problems in a vertical world

IMAS: INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT AND ASSESSMENT SYSTEM: BALANCING FOOD SECURITY, CONSERVATION AND ECOSYSTEM INTEGRITY IN EAST AFRICA

DAVID SWIFT

Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory

Fort Collins, Colorado, USA


World is filling up

WORLD IS FILLING UP

  • DEMANDS ON RESOURCES INCREASE

  • SOCIETAL SECTORS INTERACT MORE INTENSELY

  • PROBLEMS BECOME MORE COMPLEX

  • PROBLEMS CUT ACROSS DISCIPLINES


Observations

OBSERVATIONS

  • RESOURCES FLOW DOWN VERTICAL CHANNELS IN OUR INSTITUTIONS

  • LACK OF KNOWLEDGE OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS IS APPARENT

  • INCREASED KNOWLEDGE OF HOW TO DESIGN AND MANAGE SUCH PROJECT WOULD BE USEFUL

  • RESOURCES TO EVALUATE AND LEARN FROM EXPERIENCE IS NOT A FOCUS OF DEVELOPMENT PROCESS


Points to consider

POINTS TO CONSIDER

HOW TO SUPPORT HORIZONTAL PROGRAMS IN A VERTICAL WORLD?

DEVELOP MECHANISMS TO CUT ACROSS INSTITUTIONAL BARRIERS (FOR EXAMPLE: TEAMS?)

INTEGRATE NOT ISOLATE!


Points to consider1

POINTS TO CONSIDER

HOW TO LEARN FROM EXPERIENCE AND SHARE THE KNOWLEDGE OF DESIGNING AND MANAGING THESE TYPES OF PROJECTS?

MORE SCIENCE IN DEVELOPMENT PERHAPS:

DEVELOPMENT SCIENCE

(EVALUATION ALONG WITH ASSESSMENT)


Points to consider2

POINTS TO CONSIDER

HOW TO ENSURE THAT KNOWLEDGE GENERATION IS VIEWED AS A COMPONENT OF THE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS?

GET INVOLVED!!!!

EDUCATE AND ADVOCATE


Thank you

Thank You


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