Research students

Current Students

Daniel Korir



Daniel Korir
Productivity and enteric methane production of tropical cattle fed on tropical diets.
A collaborative PhD with the International Livestock Research Institute in Nairobi.
Supervisors: Richard Eckard, Svenja Marquardt (ILRI), John Goopy

Paul Mwangi



Paul Mwangi
Enteric methane emissions from rangelands in Kenya
A collaborative PhD with the International Livestock Research Institute in Nairobi.
Supervisors: Richard Eckard, Svenja Marquardt (ILRI), Lutz Merbold (ILRI)

Michael Reid



Michael Reid
Integrating knowledge into policy and practice for the sustainable intensification of agriculture.
Supervisors: Richard Eckard, Ted Alter (Penn State), Tim Reeves

Graduates

Karen Christie



Karen Christie
Greenhouse gas emissions and potential mitigation options for the Australian dairy industry.
Supervisors: Richard Rawnsley (UTAS), Lydia Turner (UTAS), Richard Eckard

Chelsea Jarvis



Chelsea Jarvis
Relationships between viticulture and large-scale climate drivers in Australia.
Supervisors: Richard Eckard, Snow Barlow, Rebecca Darbyshire, Ian Goodwin

Ruchika Perera



Ruchika Perera
Influence of changing climate variability and extremes on pasture systems in south eastern Australia.
Supervisors: Brendan Cullen, Richard Eckard

Pablo Alvarez-Hess



Pablo Salvador Alvarez-Hess
Evaluation of fat, nitrate and 3-nitrooxypropanol for reducing enteric methane emissions from ruminants
Supervisors: Richard Eckard, Peter Moate and Joe Jacobs.

Rachelle Meyer



Rachelle Meyer
Whole-farm system modelling to quantify the agro-ecosystem benefits and mitigation implications of soil carbon in grazing systems in western Victoria.
Supervisors: Richard Eckard and Brendan Cullen.