Browsing K-State Sustainability by Published Date "2012"

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Browsing K-State Sustainability by Published Date "2012"

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  • Stover, Susan (Kansas State University, 2012-11-06)
    Kansas has geographically diverse water resources varying from primarily surface water in the Southeast to primarily ground water in the west. Sedimentation is having a negative impact on the capacity of many of the state’s ...
  • Feddema, Johannes (Kansas State University, 2012-11-06)
    Extreme weather in much of the U.S. this summer had focused attention on climate change. The Central Great Plains region bridges two of the U.S. climate regions as defined by the National Climatic Data Center, West North ...
  • Chan, E.; Erickson, Larry E.; Boguski, Terrie K.; Leven, Blase A.; Natarajan, Bala (Kansas State University, 2012-11-20)
    Life cycle assessment shows that solar energy has lower greenhouse gas emissions compared to coal and natural gas. There are air quality benefits associated with the electrification of transportation. Solar-powered charge ...
  • Erickson, Larry E.; Babcock, Michael; Boguski, Terrie; Brase, Gary L.; Griswold, Wendy; Kramer, Kimberly W.; Leven, Blase; Mirafzal, Behrooz; Natarajan, Bala; Pahwa, Anil (Kansas State University, 2012-11-20)
    Smart solar powered charge stations (SSPCS) and smart microgrids that control power flow to electric vehicles at work sites, shopping malls, restaurants, schools, parks, etc. will become important as the number of electric ...
  • Harrington, John A., Jr. (Kansas State University, 2012-11-06)
    John Harrington, Jr. is a professor and former head of the Department of Geography. He has been involved in several research projects related to climate change and the climate of Kansas. His students have analyzed data on ...
  • Anandhi, Aavudai (Kansas State University, 2012-11-06)
    This research develops impact assessments of climate change projections by incorporating climate variables (including water (SF, P), Heat (T, SR), carbon dioxide, relative humidity and wind speed) into existing process ...
  • Rice, Charles W. (Kansas State University, 2012-11-06)
    Agriculture offers many opportunities for greenhouse gas mitigation through reduced tillage, cover crops, fertility management, and water management. No-tillage cropping systems improve soil fertility and conserve soil ...
  • Inglis, Bob (Kansas State University, 2012-11-20)
    Bob Inglis is passionate about free enterprise solving our energy and climate challenge. A former South Carolina congressman, his service on the House Foreign Affairs Committee taught him just how much our petroleum ...
  • Inglis, Bob (Kansas State University, 2012-11-20)
    Bob Inglis is passionate about free enterprise solving our energy and climate challenge. A former South Carolina congressman, his service on the House Foreign Affairs Committee taught him just how much our petroleum ...
  • Champion, Benjamin L.; Devlin, Daniel L.; Rice, Charles W.; Harrington, John A., Jr.; Kahl, Daniel W.; Spears, Jacqueline D.; Steffensmeier, Timothy R.; Washburn, Shannon G.; Bruning, Roger; Pytlik Zillig, Lisa; Abdel-Monem, Tarik L.; Hu, Qi; Hubbard, Kenneth; Nugent, Gwen L.; Pathak, Tapan B.; Shulski, Martha; Umphlett, Natalie (Kansas State University, 2012-11-06)
    Potential climate change impacts on Central Great Plains (CGP) agricultural production are profound and highly likely to affect both national and global food supplies and related social and economic systems. Predicted ...
  • Roozeboom, Kraig L. (Kansas State University, 2012-11-06)
    Potential cropping system strategies for adapting to climate change include crop selection, tillage systems, plant breeding and technology. Water conservation can have significant impacts on corn yield. Conserving two ...
  • Triplett, Jim (Kansas State University, 2012-11-20)
    This poster will detail the Bachelor of Integrated Studies in Sustainability, Society and Resource Management at Pittsburg State University. In addition, other programs that have specific commitments to sustainability will ...

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