Collaborations

Collaborations

Add-on projects

The AGFACE program has a number of "add-on" projects being conducted by researchers within our group and other organisations. These projects explore knowledge gaps and add to the team's knowledge of the effects of elevated CO2 on dryland cropping systems.

  • Joe Panozzo DEPI - High resolution mapping of the genome-wide signatures of barley plant responses to environmental challenges
  • Nimesha Fernando DEPI - Role of source of nitrogen on remobilization to the grain at elevated CO2
  • Lakmini Thilakarathne DEPI - Evaluation of genetic variability and heritability of F2 generation of bread wheat under Free Air Carbon dioxide Enrichment
  • Humaira Sultana DEPI - 1) Implications of the foliar nitrogen application to increase the grain quality of wheat under elevated CO2 conditions. 2) Nitrous oxide emissions and the role of nitrification inhibitor to improve nitrogen management under elevated CO2 conditions using the AGFACE facility. 3) Nitrogen recovery and the role of nitrification inhibitor to improve nitrogen management under elevated CO2 conditions using the SOILFACE facility
  • Heinz Rennenberg University of Freiburg - Root nitrogen uptake of wheat cultivars in AGFACE
  • Sam Myers Harvard - Evaluating human health impacts of changes in the nutrient composition of crops grown at elevated atmospheric CO2
  • Charles Jenkins CSIRO - Atmospheric tomography for location of CO2 leakage from geological storage
  • Clayton Butterly La Trobe University - Below-ground carbon andnitrogen partitioning of wheat and field pea under elevated CO2

The AGFACE team is always pleased to receive enquiries for collaboration. Please direct any questions to the AGFACE team.

Collaborating scientists

Simulation modelling

  • Cynthia Rosenzweig - NASA / Columbia University, USA
  • Bruce Kimball - United States Department of Agriculture, USA
  • Senthold Asseng - University of Florida, USA
  • Neil Huth - CSIRO Toowoomba, Qld
  • Hamish Brown - Plant and Food Research, NZ

Plant pathology

  • Karen Garrett - Department of Plant Pathology, Kansas State University
  • Nilsa Bosque-Perez - University of Idaho, USA
  • Julie Nicol - International Maize and Wheat Improvement Centre (CIMMYT), Turkey
  • Raquel Ghinni - Embrapa Environment, Brazil