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Agronomy and Horticulture Seminar – Biquan Zhao

Toward Adaptive Grazing: Leveraging Different Rangeland Monitoring And Assessing Techniques

11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Keim Hall Room: 150
1825 N 38th St
Lincoln NE 68503
Additional Info: KEIM
Target Audiences:
Tamara Sukhova, (402) 472-8488,
Biquan Zhao, Post-doctoral research associate, Department of Animal Science, University of Nebraska-Lincoln will be talking about how Adaptive Grazing has been aware of a strategy for rangeland management. Implementing adaptive grazing is challenging due to the dynamics in forage production, livestock behaviors, and external environment such as climate change. This talk covers my research in long-term forage production monitoring for plant functional groups, forage biomass estimation by using drone remote sensing, and cattle grazing behavior modeling through GPS collars. Those rangeland monitoring techniques were utilized to enhance our understanding of rangeland dynamics and can help better application of adaptive grazing strategies.

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