330 Translating Climate Science Into Actionable Knowledge: The Role of Social Sciences

Oral Session
Agriculture and Natural Resources Science for Climate Variability and Change: Transformational Advancements in Research, Education and Extension This session focuses on the role of social sciences in integrating with biological and physical sciences to develop or enhance innovative strategies for managing natural resources or adopting technologies under climate variability and change conditions. This session calls for papers to present behavioral, economic, institutional, or social concept and methodologies that lead to providing end users practical and achievable knowledge and information for long-term decision making.
Wednesday, October 24, 2012: 1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Duke Energy Convention Center, Junior Ballroom B, Level 3

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Linda S. Prokopy and Fen Hunt
1:45 PM
Including the Adapter in the Co-Development of Adaptation Strategies.
Mitchel P. McClaran, University of Arizona; Julie Brugger, University of Arizona; Michael A. Crimmins, University of Arizona
2:05 PM
A Longitudinal Survey Measuring Impacts of Climate Change for Wheat Growers Across the Inland Pacific Northwest.
Dennis Roe, USDA-NRCS; Hilary Donlon, University of Idaho; Kathleen Painter, University of Idaho; Susan Capalbo, Oregon State University
2:45 PM
3:00 PM
A Parsimonious Method for Evaluating Climate Change Adaptation Strategies: An Application to the PNW Cereal Production.
John Antle, Oregon State University; Susan Capalbo, Oregon State University; Roberto Valdivia, Oregon State University; Jianhong Mu, Oregon State University
3:20 PM
New Landowners, New Ecosystem? Relating Land-Ownership Motivations to Land Cover Change.
Michael G. Sorice, Virginia Tech; Urs P. Kreuter, Texas A&M University; Brad Wilcox, Texas A&M University
4:00 PM
Farmer Perceptions of Water Policy in Alabama and Georgia.
Richard Marcus, California State University, Long Beach
4:20 PM
The Architecture of Integration: Coordinated Agricultural Projects.
Lois Wright Morton, Iowa State University; Sanford D. Eigenbrode, University of Idaho; Timothy A. Martin, University of Florida
5:00 PM