ASRU

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ASRUAutomatic Speech Recognition and Understanding (workshop)
ASRUAuckland Spinal Rehabilitation Unit (Auckland, New Zealand)
ASRUAIDS and Society Research Unit (South Africa)
ASRUAustralian Services Rugby Union
ASRUAgricultural Systems Research Unit (USDA)
ASRUApplied Social Research Unit
ASRUApplied Statistics Research Unit (University of Kent, UK)
ASRUAquaculture Systems Research Unit
ASRUAnalog Stimulus and Response Unit (Agilent)
ASRUAnalog Stimulus Response Unit
ASRUAdvanced Sensors Research Unit (University of Limerick; Ireland)
ASRUAustralian Schools Rugby Union
ASRUArmy Strategic Readiness Update
ASRUAntiviral Susceptibility Reference Unit
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At the ARS Agricultural Systems Research Unit in Sidney, Montana, Upendra Sainju and his colleagues have been studying how no-till systems, crop rotation, ecological (or alternative) cultural practices, nitrogen fertilization, and sheep grazing can improve soil quality, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, sustain crop yields, and reduce the amount of nitrogen polluting the air and water.
Evans, supervisory agricultural engineer and research leader, USDA-ARS, Northern Plains Agricultural Systems Research Unit, Sidney, Mont., USA.
In the early 1990s, the USDA Agricultural Research Service (ARS) Agricultural Systems Research Unit in Fort Collins, Colorado, created the Root Zone Water Quality Model (RZWQM) to help growers make a variety of well-informed decisions related to the root zone.
At the ARS Agricultural Systems Research Unit in Fort Collins, Colorado, research leader Laj Ahuj a conducted several modeling studies that simulated the effects of climate change projections on three crop rotation systems--wheat-fallow, wheat-corn-fallow, and wheat-corn-millet--to see how yields might be affected by future climate shifts.
Laj Ahuja is in the USDA-ARS Agricultural Systems Research Unit, 2150 Centre Ave., Bldg.
McMaster is an agronomist at the Agricultural Research Service's (ARS) Agricultural Systems Research Unit in Fort Collins, Colorado.
It provides a uniform system of evaluation and delivery of models to users," says Laj Ahuja, research leader at the Agricultural Systems Research Unit in Fort Collins, Colorado.
"We need to know much more about how agricultural practices affect the production and consumption of greenhouse gases, including [N.sub.2]O," says microbiologist Tim Parkin, who works at the ARS Air Quality of Agricultural Systems Research Unit in Ames, Iowa.
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