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Published on November 29, 2007

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Slide1:  I-FARM Web application I-FARM with GIS tool Briefly I-FARM development 2002 - 2008 I-FARM system and application I-FARM input and simulation results Review project websites On-line I-FARM/GIS demo If time allows Preliminary Iowa biomass scenario study with I-FARM: a farm scale analysis Ed van Ouwerkerk Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Iowa State University For Iowa State University Department of Community and Regional Planning, CRP 595 Seminar in GIS Applications and Research. Design 526, Monday September 26, 2005, 12:10-1:00 pm. See http://www.public.iastate.edu/~xifang/ Slide2:  I-FARM I-FARM development 2002-2008 2002 through 2004 USDA grant for project “Re-Integration of Crop and Livestock Enterprises in Three Northern States” Main participants: The University of Maine Iowa State University Michigan State University Principal investigators in Iowa: Matt Liebman, Agronomy, ISU Tom Richard, Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering, ISU project team with 10 other scientists Model developer: Ed van Ouwerkerk, former research associate Wageningen University, Netherlands Start I-FARM development in October 2002 Slide3:  I-FARM 2005 through 2007 USDA-DOE grant for project “Integrated Feedstock Supply Systems for Corn Stover Biomass” Main participants: Iowa State University Penn State University The University of Wisconsin Madison World Resources Institute, Washington D.C. Principal investigators: Tom Richard, Agricultural and Biological Engineering, Penn State University Rob Anex, Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering, ISU, currently on sabbatical leave in Switzerland - Kevin Shinners, University of Wisconsin - Suzie Greenhalgh, economist WRI Model developer: Ed van Ouwerkerk, ISU I-FARM development 2002-2008 Slide4:  I-FARM 2005 through 2008 NSF grant for project “Biocomplexity in the Bioeconomy: The Natural and Industrial Ecology of Biobased Products”. Main focus: lignocellulosic conversion of switch grass for bio-ethanol Main participants: Iowa State University Penn State University Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire World Resources Institute, Washington D.C. Principal investigators: Rob Anex, Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering, ISU, Tom Richard, Agricultural and Biological Engineering, Penn State - Lee Lynd, Dartmouth College - Suzie Greenhalgh, economist WRI Main model developer: Ed van Ouwerkerk, ISU Temporary GIS and .NET programmer: Amritpal Kang, ISU graduate student I-FARM development 2002-2008 Slide5:  I-FARM I-FARM system and application System 2 Windows 2000 Server machines, each having 1 GB memory RAM Internet Information Server 5 web server, URL http://i-farmtools.org Microsoft .NET Framework ArcGIS Engine 9.1 & ArcGIS Server 9.1 SQL Server 2000 database, no data files I-FARM connections for 20 users simultaneously Application Main application written in ASP VBScript GIS tool for Iowa written in C# ASP.NET (Visual Studio .NET 2003) and ArcGIS Desktop 9.1 Integrated USDA ARS/NRCS models: RUSLE soil erosion model SCI soil conditioning index (soil carbon sequestration) Integrated databases: Weather database, extracted from WEPP erosion project ISPAID 7 soil database for the state of Iowa SOILS5 soil database for other states Crop yields from 2002 Census of Agriculture and ORNL On-line connection with Iowa Geographic Image Map Server Slide6:  I-FARM I-FARM input and simulation results Input 19 US northern states covered Per farm max. 6 livestock herds and 8 fields Livestock and manure: beef cattle, dairy, swine Crops, crop rotations and field management for: corn (for grain and for silage), soybeans, oats, wheat, alfalfa, grasses for forage and grazing, switch grass Commercial fertilizers and manure spreading plans Biomass handling & storage (under development) Investments in land, machines, and buildings; bank loans Simulation Results Livestock imports and exports at farm level Crops, forages, biomass balance at farm level Nutrient balance and leaching/runoff potential (N-P-K) and aerial emissions at field level Soil erosion and soil carbon balance at field level Energy consumption for traction Labor requirement at farm level Government payments Economic evaluation at enterprise level Slide7:  I-FARM Slide8:  I-FARM Slide9:  I-FARM Slide10:  I-FARM

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