CSCAP

SWROC soil scientist Jeff Strock is a participating researcher in the Climate and Corn-based Cropping Systems CAP (CSCAP) project. The CSCAP is a transdisciplinary partnership among 11 institutions that seeks to increase resilience and adaptability of Midwest agriculture.

The five-year project assesses the environmental, economic and social impacts of long-term climate variability on corn-based cropping systems. The project gathers data from more than 20 field test sites in 8 Midwestern states to focus on ways to promot long-term sustainability and productivity. For more information on CSCAP project, visit sustainablecorn.org.

Dr. Strock developed three brief presentations explaining some aspects of his research relating to the CSCAP project in the summer of 2015. CSCAP drainage presentations:

Video of Hicks Family Farm Yield Results - CSCAP

Video of Brief History of Drainage - CSCAP

Video of Soil Water Balance Changes - CSCAP