Postdoctoral Research Fellow
School of Agriculture, Food and Wine
Faculty of Sciences
Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD (as Co-Supervisor) - email supervisor to discuss availability.
As a researcher, with a background in chemical engineering and biotechnology, I get excited about all applications of science.
I completed my PhD at Monash University, where I investigated the impact of high CO2 concentrations on algal growth and photosynthesis.
After my PhD I was part of a group exploring physiological changes that occurred in the groundbreaking, long-term experimental evolution project, started by Richard Lenski 30 years ago!
I currently work as a research fellow at The University of Adelaide, exploring how cultivating plants under grapevines might be used to improve yield and soil quality. We're developing a better way of managing vineyards that reduces herbicide use, while improving profitability.
Into the future I hope to continue developing sustainable agricultural practices, with the goal of having large, real world impacts.
Year Citation 2020 Posselt, M., McIntyre, H., Ngcanga, M., Lines, T., & Procter, N. (2020). The mental health status of asylum seekers in middle- to high-income countries: a synthesis of current global evidence.. British medical bulletin, 134(1), 4-20.
2020 Lines, T., Orr, P., & Beardall, J. (2020). Elevated co2 has differential effects on five species of microalgae from a sub-tropical freshwater lake: possible implications for phytoplankton species composition.. Journal of phycology.
2018 Lines, T., & Beardall, J. (2018). Carbon acquisition characteristics of six microalgal species isolated from a subtropical reservoir: potential implications for species succession. Journal of Phycology, 54(5), 599-607.
DOI Scopus5 WoS5 Europe PMC1
2017 Ji, M., Greening, C., Vanwonterghem, I., Carere, C. R., Bay, S. K., Steen, J. A., . . . Ferrari, B. C. (2017). Atmospheric trace gases support primary production in Antarctic desert surface soil. Nature, 552(7685), 400-403.
DOI Scopus70 WoS72 Europe PMC37
Wine Australia's Incubator Initiative 2019 - Under vine weed control in the limestone coast.
Foundations in Plant Science (FIPS) guest lecturer of the 2020 - Covid edition series on plant nutrient uptake and usage.
Current Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)
Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name 2020 Co-Supervisor Sustaining viticulture: How under-vine (sp. Vitis vinifera) cover crops affect arbuscular mycorrhizal associations, soil organic carbon composition and soil carbon stocks Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Joseph Nicholas John Marks
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