Dr Ian Nuberg

Ian Nuberg
Senior Lecturer
School of Agriculture, Food and Wine
Faculty of Sciences

I identify myself as a 'generalist' in that I work across a range of disciplines within agriculture and natural resource management. However my focus is primarily agroforestry and then agricultural extension, particularly in the context of developing countries. My work uses both biophysical and social science methods. I have also published in the areas of tree water use, horticultural plant pathology, bioenergy, tree genetics and climate change.

Connect With Me

External Profiles

Dr Ian Nuberg

I identify myself as a 'generalist' in that I work across a range of disciplines within agriculture and natural resource management. However my focus is primarily agroforestry and then agricultural extension, particularly in the context of developing countries. My work uses both biophysical and social science methods. I have also published in the areas of tree water use, horticultural plant pathology, bioenergy, tree genetics and climate change.

Here is a brief pictorial description of our research in Nepal and Papua New Guinea undertaken for the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR)


Agroforest and Community near Dungkharka village
Agroforests and Community Forest, Dhungkarka village, Kavre District



The focus of our current research in Nepal is to improve food security and livelihoods through agroforestry and community forest. In Mid-hills of Nepal farmers' livelihoods depend on tree resources both on private farm land (agroforestry) and community forests. 

Under utilised land
Under utilised land near Namlo village, Lamjung District







We are also concerned with finding practical and profitable alternatives for land that is being under-utilised.  Land is being abandonned because of labour shortages arising from young rural males opting for employment in India or the Gulf countries


Namla livestock
Stall-fed livestock and composted manure








Livestock are an important component of the mid-hills farming system, both for subsistence consumption and income generation. The major source of livestock nutrition comes from tree fodder from agroforestry trees or community forests.  Note the tree in the distance, how it has been heavily lopped for the fodder.

Fodder and farm yard manure
On left tree fodder brought into the farm, on right farm yard manure taken out to the fields (photo Conor Ashleigh)






The major source of crop nutrition in the mid-hills is farm yard manure from the cattle, buffalo and goats fed on the tree fodders.  So the agroforest and community forest trees are indirectly a major contributor to human nutrition and household income.

Silviculture trial
Silvicultural trial







 In the community forests we are engaged with demonstation trials of different silvicultural options to better match forest management to community needs. Some options are, for example, to open up plantations and plant fodder trees and high-value crops such as cardamon 



Af business training
Agroforestry business training workshop, Kathmandu








Our work also involves training in business skills so that farmers and community forest user groups can make the most out of the new commercial opportunities opening up to them.






The work in Papua New Guinea similarly aimed at improving rural livelihoods by better understanding the fuelwood market, finding the best trees to grow for fuelwood, and facilitating charcoal producer-vendor groups.

Israel Bewang on the fuelwood survey


We undertook a comprehensive survey of domestic and commerical fuelwood use and sales in Port Moresby, Mt Hagen and Lae, and the Western Highlands, Eastern Highlands, Morobe and Chimbu provinces.  We interview 3,964 domestic users, 157 fuelwood sellers, 66 commercial / industrial users, and monitored the daily use of 36 households.







Fuelwood survey chart
Fuelwood flows and dimensions

We learnt a lot about the fuelwood economy in PNG that will inform public energy policy.  You can read about it here

fuelwood trial
Harvesting short-rotation coppicing fuelwood at Pugamp, near Mt Hagen, Western Highlands Province

Ten fuelwood species were evaluated in short-rotation coppicing (SRC) systems in replicated field sites around Mt Hagen and Port Moresby. They were grown at 2 spacings and evaluated against locally used, but non-coppicing species (e.g. Casuarina oligodon in highlands). Some candidates were also grown in farmer-managed woodlots and alley-farming systems. The evaluation included: growth measurements after 2 years; coppice vigor; burning characteristics as firewood and as charcoal; and consumer and market acceptance.   You can read about it here.

fuelwood poster
Poster of results from household survey

The initial market acceptance of this 2-year old firewood was not strong because it looks so different from what people normally buy.  Fortunately some of the better growing species were well accepted as firewood after people stated trying it.  Nevertheless, we realised farmers would be better off value-adding this wood by converting it into charcoal. So we facilitated the establishment of charcoal producer-vendor groups.  This involved first understanding what group business structures would work best for rural people in PNG. It turnd out that a very different business structure emerged in the coastal city of Lae, than in the highlands city of Mt Hagen.  This reflects the very different cultural settings in the two regions.  
You can read about it here

charcoal vendor
Charcoal producer-vendor in Lae market. He also makes and sells the charcoal stoves




charcoal wantok group structure



Date Position Institution name
1994 Senior Lecturer University of Adelaide
1989 - 1990 Contract researcher on Macadamias Wollongbar Agricultural Research Centre
1986 - 1986 Agricultural volunteer Society for Education, Village Action and Improvement (SEVAI), Tamil Nadu, India
1981 - 1985 Technical Officer (plant pathology) NSW Department of Agriculture
1980 - 1981 Co-manager of dairy farm "Bunji-lohan"
1978 - 1979 Full time Tutor in Botany University of New South Wales


Date Institution name Country Title
University of Melbourne Australia PhD
University of Sydney Australia MScAgric
University of Sydney Australia BScAgric (Hons)


Agriculture, Agroforestry, Environmental Education and Extension


Date Citation
2017 Brown,B, Nuberg,I, Llewellyn,R, 2017, Stepwise frameworks for understanding the utilisation of conservation agriculture in Africa, Agricultural Systems, 153, 11-22 10.1016/j.agsy.2017.01.012
2017 Dang,H, Li,E, Nuberg,I, Bruwer,J, 2017, Vulnerability to climate change and the variations in factors affecting farmers’ adaptation: a multi-group structural equation modelling study, Climate and Development, OnlinePubl, 1-11 10.1080/17565529.2017.1304885
2017 Cedamon,E, Nuberg,I, Pandit,B, Shrestha,K, 2017, Adaptation factors and futures of agroforestry systems in Nepal, Agroforestry Systems, 1-17 10.1007/s10457-017-0090-9
2017 Ojha,H, Shrestha,K, Subedi,YR, Shah,R, Nuberg,I, Cedamon,E, Tamang,S, Paudel,K, McManus,P, Malla,Y et al, 2017, Disenchantment with agrarian civilisation? agricultural land underutilisation in the hills of Nepal, Journal of Rural Studies, -
2016 Cedamon,E, Nuberg,I, Shrestha,K, 2016, How understanding of rural households' diversity can inform agroforestry development in the mid-hills of Nepal, Australian Forestry, -
2016 Cedamon,E, Nuberg,I, Paudel,G, Basyal,M, Shrestha,K, Paudel,N, 2016, Rapid silviculture appraisal to characterise stand and determine silviculture priorities of community forests in Nepal, Small-Scale Forestry, OnlinePubl, 1-24 10.1007/s11842-016-9351-0
2015 Nuberg,IK, Gunn,B, Tavune,M, Sumareke,A, Kravchuk,O, 2015, Evaluation of short-rotation coppicing fuelwood production systems for Papua New Guinea, Biomass and Bioenergy, 78, 126-139 10.1016/j.biombioe.2015.04.010
2015 Nuberg,IK, 2015, Developing the fuelwood economy of Papua New Guinea, Energy for Sustainable Development, 24, 9-18 10.1016/j.esd.2014.10.006
2014 Azam,G, Grant,CD, Murray,RS, Nuberg,IK, Misra,RK, 2014, Comparison of the penetration of primary and lateral roots of pea and different tree seedlings growing in hard soils, Soil Research, 52, 1, 87-96 10.1071/SR13201
2014 Le Dang,H, Li,E, Bruwer,J, Nuberg,I, 2014, Erratum to Farmers' perceptions of climate variability and barriers to adaptation: Lessons learned from an exploratory study in Vietnam (Mitig Adapt Strateg Glob Change, 10.1007/s11027-012-9447-6), Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 19, 5, 549- 10.1007/s11027-013-9452-4
2014 Dang,H, Li,C, Bruwer,J, Nuberg,I, 2014, Farmers' perceptions of climate variability and barriers to adaptation: lessons learned from an exploratory study in Vietnam, Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 19, 5, 531-548 10.1007/s11027-012-9447-6
2014 Dang,L, Li,E, Nuberg,I, Bruwer,J, 2014, Farmers' perceived risks of climate change and influencing factors: a study in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam, Environmental Management, 54, 2, 331-345 10.1007/s00267-014-0299-6
2014 McDonough,C, Nuberg,IK, Pitchford,WS, 2014, Barriers to participatory extension in Egypt: Agricultural workers’ perspectives, Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension, 21, 2, 159-176 10.1080/1389224X.2014.927374
2014 Le Dang,H, Li,E, Nuberg,I, Bruwer,J, 2014, Farmers' assessments of private adaptive measures to climate change and influential factors: a study in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam, Natural Hazards, 71, 1, 385-401 10.1007/s11069-013-0931-4
2014 Dang,HL, Li,E, Nuberg,I, Bruwer,J, 2014, Understanding farmers' adaptation intention to climate change: a structural equation modelling study in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam, Environmental Science and Policy, 41, 11-22 10.1016/j.envsci.2014.04.002
2014 Azam,G, Murray,RS, Grant,CD, Nuberg,IK, 2014, Tolerance of young seedlings of different tree species and a cereal to poor soil aeration, Soil Research, 52, 8, 751-759 10.1071/SR13219
2013 Azam,M, Grant,C, Misra,R, Murray,R, Nuberg,I, 2013, Growth of tree roots in hostile soil: A comparison of root growth pressures of tree seedlings with peas, Plant and Soil, 368, 1-2, 569-580 10.1007/s11104-012-1537-4
2012 Azam,M, Grant,C, Nuberg,I, Murray,R, Misra,R, 2012, Establishing woody perennials on hostile soils in arid and semi-arid regions - A review, Plant and Soil, 360, 1-2, 55-76 10.1007/s11104-012-1215-6
2012 Millar,M, Byrne,M, Nuberg,I, Sedgley,M, 2012, High levels of genetic contamination in remnant populations of Acacia saligna from a genetically divergent planted stand, Restoration Ecology, 20, 2, 260-267 10.1111/j.1526-100X.2010.00758.x
2008 Yunusa,IAM, Zeppel,MJB, Nuberg,IK, 2008, Water-use efficiency reflects management practices in Australian olive groves (vol 83, pg 232, 2008), JOURNAL OF HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE & BIOTECHNOLOGY, 83, 5, 682-682
2008 Millar,M, Byrne,M, Nuberg,I, Sedgley,M, 2008, A rapid PCR-based diagnostic test for the identification of subspecies of Acacia saligna, Tree Genetics & Genomes, 4, 4, 625-635 10.1007/s11295-008-0138-0
2008 Yunusa,I, Nuberg,I, Fuentes,S, Lu,P, Eamus,D, 2008, A simple field validation of daily transpiration derived from sapflow using a porometer and minimal meteorological data, Plant and Soil, 305, 1-2, 15-24 10.1007/s11104-007-9287-4
2008 Yunusa,I, Zeppel,M, Nuberg,I, 2008, Water-use efficiency reflects management practices in Australian olive groves, Journal of Horticultural Science & Biotechnology, 83, 2, 232-238 10.1080/14620316.2008.11512374
2008 Yunusa,IAM, Nuberg,IK, Fuentes,S, Lu,P, Eamus,D, 2008, A simple field validation of daily transpiration derived from sapflow using a porometer and minimal meteorological data (Plant and Soil (2008) 305, (15-24) DOI: 10.1007/s11104-007-9287-4), Plant and Soil, 310, 1-2, 269- 10.1007/s11104-008-9713-2
2008 Millar,M, Byrne,M, Nuberg,I, Sedgley,M, 2008, High outcrossing and random pollen dispersal in a planted stand of Acacia saligna subsp saligna revealed by paternity analysis using microsatellites, Tree Genetics & Genomes, 4, 3, 367-377 10.1007/s11295-007-0115-z
2008 Yunusa,IAM, Zeppel,MJB, Nuberg,I, 2008, Erratum: Water-use efficiency reflects management practices in Australian olive groves (Joumal of Horticultural Science and Biotechnology (2008) 83 (232-238)), Journal of Horticultural Science and Biotechnology, 83, 5, 682-
2005 Ellis,T, Hatton,T, Nuberg,I, 2005, An ecological optimality approach for predicting deep drainage from tree belts of alley farms in water-limited environments, Agricultural Water Management, 75, 2, 92-116 10.1016/j.agwat.2004.12.004
2003 Nuberg,I, 2003, Trees on the farm: adopting the adoption potential of agroforestry practices in Africa, Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment, 96, 1-3, 165-166 10.1016/S0167-8809(03)00113-0
2002 Nuberg,I, Mylius,S, 2002, Effect of shelter on the yield and water use of wheat, Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 42, 6, 773-780 10.1071/EA02013
2002 Cleugh,H, Prinsley,R, Bird,R, Brooks,S, Carberry,P, Crawford,M, Jackson,T, Meinke,H, Mylius,S, Nuberg,I et al, 2002, The Australian National Windbreaks Program: overview and summary of results, Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 42, 6, 649-664 10.1071/EA02003
2002 Nuberg,I, Mylius,S, Edwards,J, Davey,C, 2002, Windbreak research in a South Australian cropping system, Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 42, 6, 781-795 10.1071/EA02014
2001 Nuberg,I, 2001, Sustaining the Forest, the People, and the Spirit, Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment, 84, 1, 93-94 10.1016/S0167-8809(00)00256-5
2001 Taylor,P, Nuberg,I, Hatton,T, 2001, Enhanced transpiration in response to wind effects at the edge of a blue gum (Eucalyptus globulus) plantation, Tree Physiology, 21, 6, 403-408 10.1093/treephys/21.6.403
2000 Nuberg,I, 2000, Options for Soil and Farmer Friendly Agriculture in the Highlands of Northern Thailand:, Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 79, 1, 91-92 10.1016/S0167-8809(99)00159-0
1998 Nuberg,I, 1998, Effect of shelter on temperate crops: a review to define research for Australian conditions, Agroforestry Systems, 41, 1, 3-34 10.1023/A:1006071821948
1997 Nuberg,IK, Pang,A, 1997, Economic evaluation of agroforestry systems, Journal of Natural Resources (China), 12, 2, 178-182
1994 Nuberg,IK, Evans,DG, Senanayake,R, 1994, Future of forest gardens in the Uvan uplands of Sri Lanka, Environmental Management, 18, 6, 797-814 10.1007/BF02393611
1993 Nuberg,IK, Evans,DG, 1993, Alley cropping and analog forests for soil conservation in the dry uplands of Sri Lanka, Agroforestry Systems, 24, 3, 247-269 10.1007/BF00705625
1986 Nuberg,IK, Allen,RN, Colless,JM, Darnell,RE, 1986, Field Reactions of Maize Varieties Commonly Grown in Australia to Boil Smut Caused by Ustilago Zeae, Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 26, 4, 481-488 10.1071/EA9860481
1985 Nuberg,IK, Allen,RN, 1985, Effects of temporary wilting on incidence of boil smut of maize, Australasian Plant Pathology, 14, 3, 56-57 10.1071/APP9850056


Date Citation
2009 2009, Agroforestry for Natural Resource Management, CSIRO Publishing, Australia, 1-341
2003 Nuberg,IK, Yunusa,I, 2003, Olive water use and yield: monitoring the relationship
2002 Bugg,AL, Nuberg,IK, Keenan,R, Zimmermann,L, 2002, Bioenergy Atlas of Australia. An online Geographic Information System and Decision Support System.

Book Chapters

Date Citation
2017 Koech,R, Yunusa,I, Nuberg,I, 2017, Evaluation of drip irrigation systems for water management in orchards, pp. 129-150
2009 Nuberg,I, Bennell,M, 2009, Trees protecting dryland crops and soil, CSIRO Publishing, Australia, pp. 69-86
2009 Nuberg,I, Reid,R, George,B, 2009, Agroforesty as integrated natural resource management, CSIRO Publishing, Australia, pp. 1-20
2009 Bulman,P, Nuberg,I, 2009, Farm firewood production, CSIRO Publishing, Australia, pp. 183-198
1999 Nuberg,IK, 1999, Land Tenure, Kluwer Academic, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, pp. 376-379

Conference Papers

Date Citation
2016 Amatya,SM, Nuberg,I, Cedamon,E, Pandit,BH, Nuberg,IK, 2016, Removing barriers to the commercialisation of agroforestry trees in Nepal, IUFRO Research Group 3.08 Small-scale Forestry Conference, Sunshine Coast, Qld
2016 Cedamon,E, Nuberg,I, Lusiana,B, Mulia,R, Pandit,BH, Subedi,RJ, Shrestha,KK, 2016, EnLiFT Model 1.0: a livelihood and food security model for a forest-farm system, IUFRO Research Group 3.08 Small-scale Forestry Conference, Sunshine Coast, QLD
2012 Bandara,NPSN, Nuberg,IK, Golding,J, de Costa,WAJM, 2012, Response of Tea Plant to Water Stress under Different Temperature Regimes, Fourth Symposium on Plantation Crop Research - Technological Innovations for Sustainable Plantation Economy, Taj Samudra Hotel, Colombo, Sri Lanka
2010 Lee,S, Nuberg,I, Pitchford,W, 2010, Interdisciplinary research raises concerns about selection for production on energy reserves in beef cows. ,, 9th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Leipzig, Germany
2009 Lee,S, Nuberg,I, Pitchford,W, 2009, Breeder perspectives on fat and female management, Conference AAABG, Barossa Valley
2006 Yunusa,IAM, Nuberg,IK, 2006, Irrigation practices and fruit yields of olives in southern Australia., International Symposium on Water and Land Management for Sustainable Irrigated Agriculture., Cukurova University, Adana, Turkey
2005 Millar,MA, Byrne,M, Nuberg,IK, Sedgley,M, 2005, Risk assessment for Acacia saligna agroforestry, Advances in Plant Conservation Biology Symposium; Implications for flora management and restoration, Perth, Western Australia
2004 Nuberg,IK, Simmons,L, 2004, Agroforestry systems development in Eastern Cambodia, Working Together for Sustainable Landuse Systems: 1st World Congress of Agroforestry, Orlando, Florida
2003 Zimmermann,L, Nuberg,IK, Juniper,J, 2003, Industry development and dryland salinity: multiple products, multiple pathways., AARES 2003: Dryland Salinity: Economic Issues and Farm, Catchment and Policy Levels, Freemantle, WA
2003 Zimmermann,L, Nuberg,I, Juniper,J, 2003, Industry development and dryland salinity: multiple products, multiple pathways, Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, Fremantle, Western Australia
2002 Zimmermann,L, Nuberg,IK, Bugg,A, 2002, Identification of bio-oils feedstocks: the JVAP/AGO Bioenergy Atlas for Australia., International Workshop on Pyrolysis and Bio-oil : Bio-Oil Production Opportunities for New Liquid Fuels and Chemicals Through Research and Development, CSIRO Ian Wark Laboratories, Clayton, Victoria.
2000 Zimmermann,L, Nuberg,I, 2000, Biomass Energy Industry Cluster Development, SEGRA 2000: Sustainable Economic Growth for Regional Australia, Ballarat, Australia
2000 Zimmermann,L, Nuberg,IK, 2000, Biomass energy industry cluster development. 4th National Conference 20-22 Nov 2000, Ballarat Victoria. ., SEGRA 2000: Sustainable Economic Growth for Regional Australia, 4th National Conference, Ballarat Victoria.
1999 Taylor,PJ, Nuberg,IK, Hatton,TJ, 1999, Sustainable and effective interception belts of trees for salinity control., 5th National Conference on the Productive Use and Rehabilitation of Saline Land (PURSL), Tamworth, NSW, Australia
1999 Ellis,TW, Hatton,TJ, Nuberg,IK, 1999, A simple method for estimating recharge from low rainfall agroforestry systems., Envirowater’99 2nd Inter-regional Conference on Water-Environment Emerging Technologies for Sustainable Land Use and Water Management, Lausanne, Switzerland
1997 del Castillo,DDC, Nuberg,IK, Potter,LM, 1997, Agroforestry extension in The Philippines: relationships between implementing organisations., FORTROP'96 International Conference, Kasetsart Univ. Bangkok, Thailand
1996 Taylor,PJ, Nuberg,IK, 1996, The benefits of trees for improving the value of grazing pastures in the upper south-east of South Australia., 8th Australian Agronomy Conference, The University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Queensland.
1996 Nuberg,IK, Mylius,SJ, Reeves,TG, 1996, Windbreak Research in South Australia, 8th Australian Agronomy Conference, The University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Queensland.
1996 Taylor,PJ, Nuberg,IK, 1996, The potential impacts of interception belts of trees on soil salinity and groundwater levels in the upper south east of South Australia., 4th National Conference and Workshop on the Productive use and Rehabilitation of Saline Lands., Albany, WA
1994 Nuberg,IK, 1994, Olives and Carobs for Landcare and Profit” Proceedings of a National Symposium held at s 17-18 April 1994, First National Symposium on Olives and Carob, Roseworthy Campus, University of Adelaide, SA

Conference Items

Date Citation
2015 Cedamon,E, Paudel,G, Nuberg,I, Paudel,N, Shrestha,K, 2015, Why Community Forest Management in Nepal is not Active and Equitable, Small-scale and Community Forestry and the Changing Nature of Forest Landscapes, Sunshine Coast, Australia
2014 Nuberg,IK, 2014, Short-rotation coppice agroforestry for charcoal small business in Papua New Guinea., 3rd World Congress of Agroforestry, New Delhi, India
2014 Nuberg,IK, Shrestha,KK, Ojha,HR, Cedamon,CD, 2014, Enhancing livelihoods and food security from agroforestry and community forestry in Nepal., 3rd World Congress of Agroforestry, New Delhi, India 10.13140/2.1.2670.5601

Report for External Bodies

Date Citation
2013 Nuberg,IK, Abiuda-Mitir,J, 2013, Facilitating the establishment of charcoal producer groups in Papua New Guinea., Canberra, Australia
2013 Nuberg,IK, Gunn,BG, Paul,J, Pumai,J, Kuman,K, Bun,Y, 2013, Promoting diverse fuelwood production systems in Papua New Guinea., Canberra, Australia
2002 Nuberg,IK, Penfold,C, Mylius,S, Pickhaver,T, 2002, Piggery effluent for high value and/or high nitrogen-using alley farming systems., Canberra, Australia
1992 Nuberg,IK, 1992, Evaluation of production components for biological erosion control in the Intermediate Zone Mid-Country of Sri Lanka, Kandy, Sri lanka

Working Paper

Date Citation
2016 Kamanga,PS, Nuberg,IK, Kuehne,GC; 2016; Understanding the extent of utilisation of an agricultural innovation

Internet Publications

Date Citation
2016 Brown,BJ, Nuberg,I; 2016; Africa’s agriculture projects are growing inequality, not food

Funding over past 10 years






Enhancing livelihoods and food security from agroforestry and community forestry in Nepal

$2.5 million



Facilitating the establishment of charcoal producer groups in Papua New Guinea




Promoting diverse fuelwood production systems in Papua New Guinea




Salinity Management training Project




National Extension Leader




Within the Agriculture program I lead the Level 3 core courses

  • Agricultural Resource Management (3rd year, Semester 2)
  • Professional Skills in Agricultural Science (3rd year, Semester 2)

and contribute as lecturer and tutor in the Level 1 core courses

  • Agricultural Systems 1A  (1st yr, Semester 1)
  • Agricultural Systems 1B (1st yr, Semester 2

I also coordinate the Agriculture Internship Program within the School of Agriculture, Food and Wine, and contribute to 'Integrated Catchment Management' delivered from the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences.


Research student



Principal or Co-supervisor

Scholarship / funds






Manoj Badu


Hydrological impacts of community forests in the mid-hills catchment of Kavre, Nepal


Australian Postgraduate Award, EnLiFT

Brendan Brown


Sustainable intensification and the East African smallholder farmer



Chris De Ieso


Forensic statistics: analysis of a long term silvicultural trial in Nepal


School A,F&W, EnLiFT

Hiroshi Endo


Evaluating the importance of fodder trees in soil nutrition of farming systems of Mid-Hills of Nepal



Heather Feetham


Risk analysis of EnLiFT agroforestry interventions


School A,F&W, EnLiFT

Penjani Kamanga


Socio-economic and institutional dimensions in implementation of agricultural innovations by small holder farmers: Post adoption processes


Australia Award

Chris McDonough


Applying Participatory Extension to achieve

Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Middle East


PIRSA Rural Solutions

Lila Puri


Geospatial analysis of effective community forest management in Nepal


John Allwright Fellowship

Recently completed





Le Dang Hoa


Adaptation to climate change: the attitude and behaviour of rice farmers in the Mekong Delta Vietnam


Australian Scholarships for Development in Vietnam

Md Gausul Azam


Soil ‐ Plant Interactions and Establishment of Woody Perennials on Hostile Soils


International Postgraduate Research Award, CRC-Future Farm Industries

Mahdi Khudhur


Technical Efficiency of Zero and Conventional Tillage Practices in Nineveh Province, Iraq



Steve Lee


An interdisciplinary study of maternal productivity in beef cattle


CRC Beef Genetic Technologies

Aisha Hargraves


Attracting youth into agricultural careers: factors influencing youth interest in the industry in South Australia.


School A, F & W

Liem Mahalaya


Assessing impact of developing sweet potato–pig systems in Papua Province of Indonesia.


John Allwright Fellowship

Shyamantha Bandara


Determination of the physiological basis of yield response to irrigation in tea at low-elevations of Sri Lanka


Sri Lankan Tea Research Institute

Tran Binh Da


Potential to integrate mixed high-value planting tree species into the upland farming systems in Hoa Binh Province of Vietnam


Vietnam Govt, MOET

Senior Lecturer
Waite Building
Room Number
GN 10a
Org Unit
School of Agriculture, Food and Wine