Nitrogen fertilizer is typically used to grow crops and there is a lot of nitrogen in byproducts, which can produce nitrous oxide, one of the greenhouse gases we are measuring," said Ruth Varner of the EOS Complex Systems Research Center, the project's principal investigator.
What does SRC stand for?
SRC stands for Systems Research Center (Compaq)
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- Swedish Relief Council
- Swift Registration Center (Pakistan)
- Swiss Red Cross
- Switch Redundancy Controller
- Synchrotron Radiation Center (University of Wisconsin)
- Syracuse Research Corporation
- System Reliability Center (Rome, NY)
- System Request Consultants, Inc (Middleton, WI)
- System Resource Controller
- System Retirement Concept
- V-SRC Avian Sarcoma (Schmidt-Ruppin A-2) Viral Oncogene
- Symbol-Rate-Carrier Offset Quadrature Phase-Shift Keying (microwave theory)
- Source/Destination Pair
- Steroid Receptor Coactivator 1
- Steroid Receptor Coactivator 3
- Sacramento River Conservation Area
- Safety Requirements Criteria Analysis
- Safety Research Corporation of America
- Saint Regis Canoe Area
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The Appalachian Farming Systems Research Center (AFSRC) at Beaver, West Virginia, is the only ARS lab working on constructed or replacement subsoils and topsoils for growing better turfgrass on ballfields, for growing rain gardens that not only reduce rain runoff but also clean pollutants from rainwater, and for growing vegetation on former mineland.
Work at the University of Missouri Forage Systems Research Center shows that forage utilization drops beyond 700 to 900 feet from a watering point.
[that] nitrate [here] tends to pass through soils rapidly," says John Aber at the University of New Hampshire's Complex Systems Research Center in Durham.
Javier Gonzalez, a chemist, and Jonathan Halvorson, a soil scientist, at the Agricultural Research Service's Appalachian Farming Systems Research Center (AFSRC) in Beaver, West Virginia, head a tannin project, now in its third year.