Rosenberg, Norman J.

Climate Change and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation: Challenges and Opportunities for Agriculture
Category: Rosenberg, Norman J.
May, 2004

Greenhouse gases (GHGs) are of increasing concern because of their potential role in promoting rapid and undesirable change in climate. Agriculture ironically serves as both a source and a sink for this increase in GHGs.

Storing Carbon in Agricultural Soils to Help Mitigate Global Warming
Category: Rosenberg, Norman J.
April, 2000

The same farming practices that promote soil conservation can also decrease the amount of carbon dioxide accumulating in the atmosphere and threatening a global warming. Agricultural practices that conserve soil and increase productivity while improving soil quality also increase the amount of carbon-rich organic matter in soils, thereby providing a global depository for carbon dioxide drawn from the atmosphere by growing plants.

Preparing U.S. Agriculture for Global Climate Change
Category: Rosenberg, Norman J.
June, 1992

Covers all aspects of the subject, emphasizing adaptation to changes, emission of greenhouse gases, the impact of climate change.