Mr Joshua Philp
I am currently allocated to ACIAR project "Management practices for profitable crop livestock systems for Cambodia and Lao PDR" as a researcher. My role is to implement and monitor the sustainable integration of improved forages into smallholder livestock farming systems.
My previous research has examined the management of forages for feeding sheep in resource constrained farming systems of northwest China.
|2016||Research Associate||The University of Adelaide School of Agriculture, Food and Wine|
|2014 - 2016||Tutor- Indigenous Tutorial Assistance Scheme||Western Sydney University Badanami Centre for Indigenous Education|
|2014 - 2016||Casual Academic, various roles (conducting supervisor; tutor, examiner, lecturer)||Western Sydney University School of Science and Health|
|2010 - 2011||Australian Youth Ambassador For Development (Rural Development Officer)||Scope Global|
|Chinese (Mandarin)||Can speak and understand spoken|
|English||Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review|
|2010 - 2011||University of Western Sydney||Australia||Bachelor of Science (Honours)|
|2007 - 2009||University of Western Sydney||Australia||Bachelor of Animal Science|
|2017||Philp, J., Komarek, A. M., Pain, S. J. & Bellotti, W. (2017). Variation in feed utilisation by sheep undergoing compensatory growth following underfeeding with and without additional dietary nitrogen in western China. Animal Production Science, 57, 1, 96-101.
|2016||Li, X., Philp, J., Cremades, R., Roberts, A., He, L., Li, L. & Yu, Q. (2016). Agricultural vulnerability over the Chinese Loess Plateau in response to climate change: exposure, sensitivity, and adaptive capacity. Ambio, 45, 3, 350-360.
|2016||Philp, J., Komarek, A., Pain, S., Li, X. & Bellotti, W. (2016). Improving the use of available feed resources to overcome sheep feeding deficits in western China. Animal Production Science, 56, 9, 1545-1550.
|2015||Robertson, M., Shen, Y., Philp, J., Hou, F., Yang, D., Yang, Z. ... Bellotti, B. (2015). Optimal harvest timing vs. harvesting for animal forage supply: Impacts on production and quality of lucerne on the Loess Plateau, China. Grass and Forage Science, 70, 2, 296-307.
|2013||Yang, Q., Wang, X., Shen, Y. & Philp, J. (2013). Functional diversity of soil microbial communities in response to tillage and crop residue retention in an eroded Loess soil. Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, 59, 3, 311-321.