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Amber Waves:The Economics of Food, Farming, Natural Resources, and Rural America

2003 - 2020

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2019, volume November 2019, issue 10

Measuring the Burden of Global Foodborne Disease From Animal and Fish Sources Downloads
Sandra Hoffmann and Arie Havelaar
Unemployment Insurance and USDA’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Together Cushioned the Great Recession Downloads
Michele Ver Ploeg and O’Leary, Christopher J.
Climate Change Projected To Increase Cost of the Federal Crop Insurance Program due to Greater Insured Value and Yield Variability Downloads
Andrew Crane-Droesch, Elizabeth Marshall, Stephanie Rosch and Steven Wallander
Number of Food-Insecure People in Selected Low- and Middle-Income Countries Projected To Fall 45 percent Over Next Decade Downloads
Birgit Meade
Agritourism Allows Farms To Diversify and Has Potential Benefits for Rural Communities Downloads
Christine Whitt, Sarah Low and Anders Van Sandt
Low Growth in Corn Yields Has Dragged Down Sub-Saharan African Corn Production Downloads
Getachew Nigatu and James Hansen

2019, volume May 2019, issue 04

Imported Greenhouse Tomatoes From Mexico Illustrate the Growing Diversity in Fresh-Market Tomatoes Downloads
Travis Minor, Sarah Baskins and Jennifer K. Bond
U.S. Hired Farm Workforce Is Aging Downloads
Thomas Hertz
Older Infants Participating in WIC Are More Likely To Eat Vegetables Than Low-Income Non-Participating Infants Downloads
Joanne Guthrie
Specialized Stores Serving WIC Customers in California Improve Food Access Without Raising Food Costs Downloads
Patrick W. McLaughlin
U.S. Exports for Most Major Meat Commodities Grew in 2018 Downloads
Lekhnath Chalise, Kim A. Ha, Mildred Haley, Russell Knight and Alex Melton
SNAP Redemptions Contributed to Employment During the Great Recession Downloads
John Pender and Young Jo
Developing Alternatives to Antibiotics Used in Food Animal Production Downloads
Stacy Sneeringer

2019, volume March 2019, issue 02

Drought-Tolerant Corn in the United States: Research, Commercialization, and Related Crop Production Practices Downloads
Jonathan McFadden
Grocery Store Prices Rose for the First Time in 3 Years in 2018 Downloads
Annemarie Kuhns
No-till and Strip-till Are Widely Adopted but Often Used in Rotation With Other Tillage Practices Downloads
Roger Claassen
The Release of China’s Rice Stocks Could Impact Global Feed Markets Downloads
Sharon Raszap Skorbiansky, Nathan Childs and James Hansen
Higher Vehicle Exclusions and Asset Limits in SNAP May Encourage Asset Accumulation Among Low-Income Households Downloads
Jessica Todd

2019, volume June 2019, issue 05

U.S. Shoppers’ Access to Multiple Food Stores Varies by Region Downloads
Alana Rhone and Michele Ver Ploeg
Conservation Practices With Greater Benefits to Farmers and Ranchers Have Higher EQIP Completion Rates Downloads
Steven Wallander and Roger Claassen
New Data Linkages Provide Healthfulness Measures for American Grocery Store Sales Downloads
Elina T. Page and Andrea Carlson
Americans Still Can Meet Fruit and Vegetable Dietary Guidelines for $2.10-$2.60 per Day Downloads
Hayden Stewart and Jeffrey Hyman
U.S. Agricultural Exports Supported 1.2 Million Full-Time Jobs in 2017 Downloads
Suresh Persuad
Who Are the World’s Food Insecure? Identifying the Risk Factors of Food Insecurity Around the World Downloads
Michael D. Smith and Birgit Meade

2019, volume July 2019, issue 06

Brazil Once Again Becomes the World’s Largest Beef Exporter Downloads
Mustafa Zia, James Hansen, Kim Hjort and Constanza Valdes
Patterns of Pesticide Use, Exposure, and Toxicity Jointly Determine Impacts on Honeybees and Other Pollinators Downloads
David Smith and Claudia Hitaj
Retail Food Price Inflation Has Slowed Over Time Downloads
Abigail Okrent and Annemarie Kuhns
Marketing and Production Contracts Are Widely Used in U.S. Agriculture Downloads
James M. MacDonald and Christopher Burns
SNAP Participants Are More Likely To Leave the Program When Local Labor Markets Improve Downloads
Scherpf Erik
Quantifying the Impact of SNAP Benefits on the U.S. Economy and Jobs Downloads
Patrick Canning and Rosanna Mentzer Morrison

2019, volume February 2019, issue 01

Economic Implications of Increased Breastfeeding Rates in WIC Downloads
Victor Oliveira, Mark Prell and Xinzhe Cheng
Mergers in Seeds and Agricultural Chemicals: What Happened? Downloads
James M. MacDonald
Rising Wages Point to a Tighter Farm Labor Market in the United States Downloads
Steven Zahniser, J. Edward Taylor, Thomas Hertz and Diane Charlton
Rural Population Trends Downloads
John Cromartie and Dennis Vilorio

2019, volume December 2019, issue 11

Food Insecurity Among Children Has Declined Overall But Remains High for Some Groups Downloads
Alisha Coleman-Jensen
2018 Farm Act Retains Conservation Programs But Could Reduce Payments for Land Retirement Downloads
Roger Claassen, Daniel Hellerstein and Steven Wallander
U.S. Per Capita Availability of Red Meat, Poultry, and Seafood on the Rise Downloads
Jeanine Bentley
U.S. Caloric Sweetener Deliveries Continue to Decline on a Per Capita Basis, Driven By Lower High-Fructose Corn Syrup Use Downloads
Michael J. McConnell

2019, volume August 2019, issue 07

Changes in Commodity-Income Support Programs and Commodity Prices Have Caused Increased Variability in Support Payments Downloads
David Boussios and Erik O'Donoghue
Climate Change Likely to Have Uneven Impacts on Agricultural Productivity Downloads
Sun Ling Wang, Richard Nehring and Ryan Williams
Conservation Trends in Agriculture Reflect Policy, Technology, and Other Factors Downloads
Elizabeth Marshall, Kelly B. Maguire, Daniel Hellerstein and David Schimmelpfennig
Soybean Demand Projected to Grow in 2019/20, But Record Inventories Dampen Prices Downloads
Mariana Matias and Mark Ash
SNAP Households Adjust Their Expenditures and How They Spend Their Time in Response to Changes in Program Benefits Downloads
Matthew Rabbitt and Jiyoon Kim
ERS’s SNAP Distribution Schedule Database Allows for New Research on Program Impacts Downloads
Jessica Todd and Christian A. Gregory

2019, volume April 2019, issue 03

Disabilities in the U.S. Farm Population Downloads
Cristina Miller
Volume of Purchases and Regional Location Have Strong Effects on Food Costs for School Meals Downloads
Michael Ollinger and Joanne Guthrie
Not All Consumers Are Following Food Safety Advice From Health Officials Downloads
M. Taylor Rhodes and Fred Kuchler
Southeast Asia’s Growing Meat Demand and Its Implications for Feedstuffs Imports Downloads
Tani Lee and James Hansen
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Would Have Lowered Average Income Tax Rates for Farm Households between 2016 and 2017 Downloads
James Williamson
Time Spent Eating Varies by Age, Education, and Body Mass Index Downloads
Brandon Restrepo and Eliana Zeballos
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