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Mr Torben Marcussen

Name Torben Marcussen
Position Senior Scientist
Section Centre for Applied Climate Sciences (Research)
Office TA228
Location Toowoomba Campus
Phone +61 7 4631 2083
Extension 2083
Languages Danish (non accredited translator)

Publications in ePrints

Kouadio, Louis ORCID: and Tixier, Philippe and Byrareddy, Vivekananda and Marcussen, Torben and Mushtaq, Shahbaz and Rapidel, Bruno and Stone, Roger (2021) Performance of a process-based model for predicting robusta coffee yield at the regional scale in Vietnam. Ecological Modelling, 443:109469. pp. 1-12. ISSN 0304-3800

Mushtaq, Shahbaz and Kath, JarrodORCID: and Stone, Roger and Henry, Ross and Laderach, Peter and Reardon-Smith, Kathryn and Cobon, David and Marcussen, Torben and Cliffe, Neil and Kristiansen, Paul and Pischke, Frederik (2020) Creating positive synergies between risk management and transfer to accelerate food system climate resilience. Climatic Change, 161 (3). pp. 465-478. ISSN 0165-0009

Mushtaq, Shahbaz and Kath, JarrodORCID: and Marcussen, Torbin and Roberts, Julian and Wilkinson, Claire and Mehmet, Russell and Pilling, Debbie and Henry, Ross (2019) Key risks for Australian macadamia growers and potential insurance options to manage financial losses. Technical Report. University of Southern Queensland , Toowoomba, Australia. [Report]

Kath, Jarrod ORCID: and Mushtaq, Shahbaz and Henry, Ross and Adeyinka, Adewuyi Ayodele and Stone, Roger and Marcussen, Torben and Kouadio, LouisORCID: (2019) Spatial variability in regional scale drought index insurance viability across Australia’s wheat growing regions. Climate Risk Management, 24. pp. 13-29. ISSN 2212-0963

Williams, Allyson and Mushtaq, Shahbaz and Kouadio, LouisORCID: and Power, Brendan and Marcussen, Torben and McRae, David and Cockfield, Geoff (2018) An investigation of farm-scale adaptation options for cotton production in the face of future climate change and water allocation policies in southern Queensland, Australia. Agricultural Water Management, 196. pp. 124-132. ISSN 0378-3774

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