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Assoc Prof Jeff Clewett

Name Jeff Clewett
Position Adjunct Professor
Section Centre for Agricultural Engineering (Operations)
Email
Qualifications BAgSc Qld , PhD Griffith

USQ Research affiliations

  • Centre for Agricultural Engineering (CAE)

Research most recent
George, D. A., J. F. Clewett, D. L. Lloyd, R. McKellar, P. L. Tan, S. M. Howden, L. Rickards, D. Ugalde, and S. Barlow (2019), Research priorities and best practices for managing climate risk and climate change adaptation in Australian agriculture, Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 26(1), 6-24. doi: 10.1080/14486563.2018.1506948

Clewett, J.F., Newsome, T., Paton, C., Bennett, J., Melland, A., Eberhard, J. and Baillie, C. (2018) Sustainable Production from Rehabilitated Coal Mine Pastures in Southern Queensland’s Brigalow Region: Acland Grazing Trial Results in Proceedings of ‘Life-of-Mine 2018’ conference, The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, 25-27th July 2018, Brisbane, Australia.



Publications in ePrints

George, David A. and Clewett, Jeff Frank and Lloyd, David and McKellar, Richard and Tan, Poh-Ling and Howden, Mark and Rickards, Lauren and Ugalde, David and Barlow, Snow (2019) Research priorities and best practices for managing climate risk and climate change adaptation in Australian agriculture. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 26 (1). pp. 6-24. ISSN 1448-6563

Clewett, J. F. (2015) Pasture measurements and bio-economic analyses to assess effects of climate, grazing pressure and pasture rundown on soil carbon and returns from legume-based sown pastures in the Condamine region of Southern Queensland. Final Report on project AOTGR1-137 'Increasing soil carbon in degraded cropping and grazing land'. Technical Report. Agroclim Pty Ltd , Toowoomba, Australia. [Report]

Clewett, J. F. (2012) Developing and implementing grains best management practices for managing climate change and climate variability. Final technical report to Agforce Queensland on Aust. Govt Dept Agric, Fisheries and Forestry, FarmReady Project GMS – 0506. Project Report. Agroclim Pty Ltd , Toowoomba, Australia. [Report]

Cobon, D. H. and Unganai, L. S. and Clewett, J. F. (2003) El Nino southern oscillation based rainfall forecasts in southern Africa. 1. seasonal forecasts can help communal farmers manage drought. In: 7th International Rangelands Congress 2003: Rangelands in the New Millennium , 26 Jul-1 Aug 2003, Durban, South Africa.

Cobon, D. H. and Unganai, L. S. and Clewett, J. F. (2003) El Nino southern oscillation based rainfall forecasts in southern Africa. II. daily forecasts could help summer planting decisions in Zimbabwe. In: 7th International Rangelands Congress 2003: Rangelands in the New Millennium, 26 Jul-1 Aug 2003, Durban, South Africa.

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