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Fall Issue of The Bridge on Agriculture and Information Technology


Articles
  • [Periodical Article]

    Multiscale Sensing and Modeling Frameworks: Integrating Field to Continental Scales

    Models informed largely by sensor-supplied data can provide insights into the role of agriculture in carbon, energy, nutrient, and water cycles. Agriculture, which has traditionally been considered a source of food, feed, and fiber, is increasingly being identified as a source of energy and ... Read More

    Author: Indrejeet Chaubey, Keith Cherkauer, Melba Crawford, and Bernard Engel

    Fall Issue of The Bridge on Agriculture and Information Technology

    Release date: Fall 2011

    Volume: 41

    Number: 3

  • [Periodical Article]

    Agriculture and Smarter Food Systems

    Requirements for greater transparency about where food comes from and how it is treated along the way are becoming more stringent. The growing world population is putting increasing strains on natural resources, including agricultural resources, and recent economic and environmental trends ... Read More

    Author: Matthew Denesuk and Susan Wilkinson

    Fall Issue of The Bridge on Agriculture and Information Technology

    Release date: Fall 2011

    Volume: 41

    Number: 3

  • [Periodical Article]

    The Impact of Mechanization on Agriculture

      In the future, agricultural machines will become data-rich sensing and monitoring systems. Significant challenges will have to be overcome to achieve the level of agricultural productivity necessary to meet the predicted world demand for food, fiber, and fuel in 2050. Although ... Read More

    Author: John F. Reid

    Fall Issue of The Bridge on Agriculture and Information Technology

    Release date: Fall 2011

    Volume: 41

    Number: 3

  • [Periodical Article]

    How Smart-IT Systems are Revolutionizing Agriculture

    Rapid advances in biotechnology, breeding, and agronomics require equally sophisticated information systems. Corn production in the United States has doubled in the last 40 years (Figure 1), primarily as a result of improved cultivars that exploit agronomic advances in soil management and ... Read More

    Author: Jason K. Bull, Andrew W. Davis, and Paul W. Skroch

    Fall Issue of The Bridge on Agriculture and Information Technology

    Release date: Fall 2011

    Volume: 41

    Number: 3

  • [Periodical Article]

    Information Technology and Agriculture: Global Challenges and Opportunities

    Fall 2011 Bridge article on information technology and agriculture Read More

    Author: K.C. Ting, Tarek Abdelzaher, Andrew Alleyne, and Luis Rodriguez

    Fall Issue of The Bridge on Agriculture and Information Technology

    Release date: Fall 2011

    Volume: 41

    Number: 3

  • [Periodical Article]

    Innovation and Urgency: Toward a New Green Revolution

    Fall 2011 Bridge Editor's Note Read More

    Author: Mike Baroni

    Fall Issue of The Bridge on Agriculture and Information Technology

    Release date: Fall 2011

    Volume: 41

    Number: 3

  • [Periodical Article]

    Agriculture and Information Technology

    Editor's note for Fall 2011 Bridge Read More

    Author: Andrew Alleyne

    Fall Issue of The Bridge on Agriculture and Information Technology

    Release date: Fall 2011

    Volume: 41

    Number: 3