Jay P. Angerer
Jay P. Angerer
Associate Professor, Texas A&M AgriLife Research
Verified email at tamu.edu - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
The economic and food security implications of climate change in Mali
TA Butt, BA McCarl, J Angerer, PT Dyke, JW Stuth
Climatic change 68 (3), 355-378, 2005
Climate change and ecosystems of Asia with emphasis on Inner Mongolia and Mongolia
J Angerer, G Han, I Fujisaki, K Havstad
Rangelands 30 (3), 46-51, 2008
Rangeland degradation, poverty, and conflict: how can rangeland scientists contribute to effective responses and solutions?
DJ Bedunah, JP Angerer
Rangeland Ecology & Management 65 (6), 606-612, 2012
Fecal NIRS equation field validation
RK Lyons, JW Stuth, JP Angerer
Journal of Range Management, 380-382, 1995
Livestock early warning system for Africa rangelands
JW Stuth, J Angerer, R Kaitho, A Jama, R Marambii
Monitoring and predicting agricultural drought: a global study. New York, NY …, 2005
Improving estimates of rangeland carbon sequestration potential in the US Southwest
J Brown, J Angerer, SW Salley, R Blaisdell, JW Stuth
Rangeland Ecology & Management 63 (1), 147-154, 2010
Mongolian rangelands at a tipping point? Biomass and cover are stable but composition shifts and richness declines after 20 years of grazing and increasing temperatures
J Khishigbayar, ME Fernández-Giménez, JP Angerer, RS Reid, ...
Journal of Arid Environments 115, 100-112, 2015
The Livestock Early Warning System (LEWS): Blending technology and the human dimension to support grazing decisions
J Stuth, J Angerer, R Kaitho, K Zander, A Jama, C Heath, J Bucher, ...
Arid Lands Newsletter 53, 2003
Mitigating economic damage in Kenya’s upper Tana River basin: an application of Arc-View SWAT
JH Jacobs, J Angerer, J Vitale, R Srinivasan, R Kaitho
Journal of Spatial Hydrology 7 (1), 2007
Predictions of the nutrient composition of the diets of supplemented versus unsupplemented grazing beef cows based on near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy of feces
RK Lyons, JW Stuth, JE Huston, JP Angerer
Journal of animal science 71 (2), 530-538, 1993
Effects of grazing systems on herbage mass and liveweight gain of Tibetan sheep in Eastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, China
Y Sun, JP Angerer, FJ Hou
The Rangeland Journal 37 (2), 181-190, 2015
Integrating Information and Communication Technology for the Livestock Early Warning System (LEWS) in East Africa
J Stuth, R Kaitho, J Angerer
Research Brief, 03-01, 2003
Exploring linked ecological and cultural tipping points in Mongolia
ME Fernández-Giménez, NH Venable, J Angerer, SR Fassnacht, RS Reid, ...
Anthropocene 17, 46-69, 2017
Small farm ponds: overlooked features with important impacts on watershed sediment transport
MD Berg, SC Popescu, BP Wilcox, JP Angerer, EC Rhodes, J McAlister, ...
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 52 (1), 67-76, 2016
12. gobi forage livestock Early warning System
JP Angerer
Food security implication of climate change in developing countries: findings from a case study in Mali
T Butt, B McCarl, J Angerer, P Dyke, J Stuth
Department of Agricultural Economics, Texas A&M University, 2003
Is overgrazing a pervasive problem across Mongolia? An examination of livestock forage demand and forage availability from 2000 to 2014
W Gao, JP Angerer, ME Fernandez-Gimenez, RS Reid
Proceedings of building resilience of Mongolian rangelands. A trans …, 2015
Historical changes in stocking densities on Texas rangelands
BP Wilcox, MG Sorice, J Angerer, CL Wright
Rangeland Ecology & Management 65 (3), 313-317, 2012
Two new mobile apps for rangeland inventory and monitoring by landowners and land managers
JE Herrick, JW Karl, SE McCord, M Buenemann, C Riginos, E Courtright, ...
Rangelands 39 (2), 46-55, 2017
Application of SWAT in developing countries using readily available data
JH Jacobs, R Srinivasan, J Angerer, J Stuth
3rd International SWAT Conference, Zurich, Switzerland. July 13 15, 2005
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