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Dr Jochen Eberhard

Dr Jochen Eberhard
Name Jochen Eberhard
Position Research Scientist/Engineer
Section Centre for Agricultural Engineering (Operations)
Office P9-117.1
Location Toowoomba Campus
Phone +61 7 4631 1989
Extension 1989
Email
Qualifications Dipl-Ing agr Hohenheim , DrAgr TUMunich
Languages German (accredited translator)

Research interests
intelligent irrigation, sustainable farm systems



Publications in ePrints

Tullberg, Jeff and Antille, Diogenes L. and Bluett, Chris and Eberhard, Jochen and Scheer, Clemens (2018) Controlled traffic farming effects on soil emissions of nitrous oxide and methane. Soil and Tillage Research, 176. pp. 18-25. ISSN 0167-1987

Hamawand, Ihsan and Pittaway, Pam and Lewis, Larry and Chakrabarty, Sayan and Caldwell, Justin and Eberhard, Jochen and Chakraborty, Arpita (2017) Waste management in the meat processing industry: conversion of paunch and DAF sludge into solid fuel. Waste Management, 60. pp. 340-350. ISSN 0956-053X

Antille, D. L. and Huth, N. I. and Eberhard, J. and Marinoni, O. and Cocks, B. and Poulton, P. L. and Macdonald, B. C. T. and Schmidt, E. J. (2016) The effects of coal seam gas infrastructure development on arable land in southern Queensland, Australia: field investigations and modeling. Transactions of the ASABE, 59 (4). pp. 879-901. ISSN 2151-0032

Melland, Alice R. and Eberhard, Jochen and Paton, Col and Baillie, Craig and Bennett, John McL. (2014) A comparison of rehabilitated coal mine soil and unmined soil supporting grazed pastures in south-east Queensland. In: National Soil Science Conference (NSS 2014): Securing Australia's Soils for Profitable Industries and Healthy Landscapes, 23-27 Nov 2014, Melbourne, Australia.

Bennett, J. McL. and Melland, A. R. and Eberhard, J. E. (2014) Assessing soil properties of rehabilitated grazing pastures for sustainable and economically viable beef cattle operations: progress report. Project Report. University of Southern Queensland , Toowoomba, Australia. [Report]

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