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
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
Fecal NIRS equation field validation
RK Lyons, JW Stuth, JP Angerer
Journal of Range Management, 380-382, 1995
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
12. gobi forage livestock Early warning System
JP Angerer
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
Continental-scale patterns reveal potential for warming-induced shifts in cattle diet
JM Craine, JP Angerer, A Elmore, N Fierer
PloS one 11 (8), 2016
Historical changes in stocking densities on Texas rangelands
BP Wilcox, MG Sorice, J Angerer, CL Wright
Rangeland Ecology & Management 65 (3), 313-317, 2012
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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