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Climate change

The impact of climate and technology on Australian grain yields.
David Stephens1, Andries Potgieter2, Al Doherty3, Peter Davis3 and Mike Nunweek1

Mineralisation of chicory and lucerne residues under field conditions
Matthew Gardner1,3, Jason Condon2,3, Guangdi Li2,3, Mark Conyers2,3, Richard Hayes2,3, Jeff McCormick 2,3 and Brian Dear2,3

Adaptation strategies to climate change for New Zealand cropping rotations
Edmar I. Teixeira, Hamish E. Brown, Andrew L. Fletcher, Guillermo Hernandez-Ramirez, Afshin Soltani, Suvi Viljanen-Rollinson, Abie Horrocks and Paul Johnstone

Complex feedbacks can make agronomic management of greenhouse gas emissions difficult in subtropical agricultural systems.
Neil Huth1, Peter Thorburn2, Craig Thornton3 and Bruce Radford3

Predicted frequency of wet and dry soil conditions in Tasmanian dairy regions under future climate scenarios
Karen Christie1, Richard Rawnsley1, Brendan Cullen2, Matthew Bell2 and Richard Eckard2

Mapping the first summer rains in the Northern Agricultural Region of Western Australia
Nat Raisbeck-Brown1 and David Gobbett2

Tracking climate adaptation of growers in the Victorian Wimmera through varying seasonal conditions
Ashley Wallace1, 3, Patricia Hill2, James Nuttall2, Roger Armstrong2, Chris Sounness1 and Danielle Park1

Historical trends in rainfall and temperature in Queensland’s mixed farming zone
Dhananjay K. Singh, Richard A. Routley, Suzette Argent and Andrew Zull

Drought experienced by Australian wheat: current and future trends
Karine Chenu1 and Scott Chapman2

Climate change: what mixed farmers in Queensland really think and their strategies to manage it.
Suzette Argent1, David Lawrence1, Howard Cox1, Rhonda Toms-Morgan2 , Richard Routley1, Lester Pahl1, Byrony Daniels3, Roger Sneath4 and Tim Emery5.

The challenge of engaging with farmers about the impacts of, and their adaptation to, climate change
Michael Robertson1 and Roy Murray-Prior2

Genetic Resources and the Challenge of Climate Change
Robert Redden1, Glenn Fitzerald1, Li Ling2 and Jens Berger3.

The potential for inhibitor coated nitrogen fertilisers to reduce agricultural fertiliser N losses
Helen Suter1, Deli Chen1, Charlie Walker2 and Rohan Davies2

Know the factors that affect the usage of CO2 in a FACE system and adjust accordingly
Mahabubur Mollah1,3, Debra Partington2 and Glenn Fitzgerald1

Effects of elevated CO2 on vitamin E concentrations in grains of two wheat cultivars – A FACE study
Sabine Tausz-Posch1, Violace A. Putri1, Saman Seneweera1, Robert Norton1,2, Glenn Fitzgerald3 and Michael Tausz4

Heat waves and wheat growth under a future climate
James Nuttall1, Scott Brady2, Jason Brand1, Garry O’Leary1 and Glenn J Fitzgerald1

Opportunities to sequester carbon in soil: management of perennial pastures
Susan E Orgill1, Jason Condon2, Mark Conyers1, Richard Greene3 and Brian Murphy4

Paired-sites to engage farmers and understand soil organic matter and carbon
David Lawrence1, Mike Bell2, Phil Moody3, Brian Johnson1, Rod O’Connor1 and Rhonda Toms-Morgan4

Soil and pasture responses to poultry litter biochar combined with nitrogen fertiliser on a degraded red Vertosol in Tamworth, NSW Australia
Malem McLeod1, Peter Slavich2 and Steve Harden1

Biochar can enhance soil fertility and reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Annette Cowie1, Lukas Van Zwieten 1,2, Bhupinder Pal Singh1,2, Peter Quin1 and Iain Young3

Weather Certificates and their use to mitigate adverse weather conditions
Jonathan Barratt

Particulate and mineral-associated organic carbon fractions as influenced by corn residue incorporation and simulated tillage
Yadunath Bajgai1,4, Paul Kristiansen1, Nilantha Hulugalle2 and Melinda McHenry3

Timing of autumn breaks and length of springs in Tasmanian dairy regions under future climate scenarios
Karen Christie1, Richard Rawnsley1, Brendan Cullen2, Matthew Bell2 and Richard Eckard2

Potential biodiesel crops for marginal land in Australia
Daniel K.Y. Tan1, Inakwu O.A. Odeh1, Tihomir Ancev1

Impact of climate change on wheat production and profitability in Queensland
Andrew F. Zull, Dhananjay K. Singh, Richard A. Routley and Scott Geddes

Scenarios of future climates at the sub-regional scale in Queensland’s mixed farming zone
Dhananjay K. Singh, Andrew Zull and Richard A. Routley

Participatory climate risk assessment with dryland farmers
Uday Nidumolu1, Peter Hayman2, Zvi Hochman3, D Raji Reddy4 and G Sreenivas4

Can agronomic management mitigate N2O loss from high rainfall cropping systems?
Rob Harris1, Sally Officer1, Trish Hill2, Roger Armstrong2 and Deb Partington1

Greenhouse gas emissions from legume and grass pastures prior to cropping.
David Lester1, Rod O’Connor2, Brian Johnson2, David Lawrence2 and Peter Grace3

Use of nitrification inhibitors to reduce N2O emissions from southern pastures
Helen Suter1, Humaira Sultana1, Charlie Walker2, Rohan Davies2 and Deli Chen1

Effect of elevated CO2 and N level on growth of wheat and field pea
Clayton Butterly1, Roger Armstrong2, Deli Chen3, Nicole Mathers2 and Caixian Tang1

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