Rachelle Meyer completed her PhD in 2017. For her thesis, she used a whole-farm system model to address the climate change adaptation and mitigation potential of soil carbon in grazing systems of western Victoria.
Currently she is working on the impacts of extreme events and associated risk management strategies for the dairy and red meat industries, as well research to improve nitrogen use efficiency in dairies.
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Climate Change, Climate Extremes, and Global Food Production - Adaptation in the Agricultu..
Modelling the influence of soil carbon on net greenhouse gas emissions from grazed pasture..
Process modelling to assess the sequestration and productivity benefits of soil carbon for..
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