Researcher biography

Graeme is a Professor in Crop Science at the Centre for Crop Science in the Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation (QAAFI), which is a research institute of The University of Queensland, Australia.

Graeme conducts research on the physiology and genetics of complex adaptive traits in field crops with a focus on water productivity in cereals. His research underpins the development of mathematical models of crop growth, development and yield that enable simulation of consequences of genetic and management manipulation of crops in specific target environments.

His research approach provides unique opportunities to:

· Aid crop management and design for enhanced production in water-limited environments

· Enhance the utility of molecular breeding for drought adaptation, and

· Identify avenues to cope with climate risks in field crop production.

He is a Fellow of the Australian Agriculture Institute and was awarded the Australian Medal for Agricultural Science in 2013 and Farrer Memorial Medal in 2012.

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Crop modelling