Long term agroecosystem research experimental watershed network

David C. Goodrich, David Bosch, Ray Bryant, Mike H. Cosh, Dinku Endale, Tamie Veith, Peter Kleinman, Eddy Langendoen, Greg McCarty, Fred Pierson, Harry Schomberg, Douglas Smith, Patrick Starks, Timothy Strickland, Teferi Tsegaye, Tala Awada, Hilary Swain, Justin Derner, Brandon Bestelmeyer, Marty SchmerJohn Baker, Bryan Carlson, David Huggins, David Archer, Gerardo Armendariz

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The vision of the Long Term Agroecosystem Research (LTAR) network is to enable multi-decadal, trans-disciplinary, and cross-location science to ensure the long-term sustainability of U.S. agriculture. LTAR's primary goals are to: (1) Intensify agricultural productivity, (2) Improve ecosystem services related to agricultural production, and (3) Improve rural prosperity. The LTAR network includes 18 locations (sites). It includes 10 existing hydrologic observatories from the Agricultural Research Service-Experimental Watershed Network (ARS-EWN) that were established before the creation of LTAR. Background and an overview of the network are presented.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article numbere14534
JournalHydrological Processes
Issue number3
StatePublished - Mar 2022


  • agroecosystems
  • ecosystem services
  • food and forage production
  • research watersheds
  • rural prosperity
  • water use efficiency

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Water Science and Technology


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