Skip to content

Jonathan Ojeda

  • Junior Research Fellow
  • University of Tasmania Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture/Agricultural Science
  • 6h-indexImpact measure calculated using publication and citation counts. Updated daily.
  • 84CitationsNumber of citations received by Jonathan's publications. Updated daily.

About

Jonathan is a Junior Research Fellow at the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture, University of Tasmania. His research interests are in quantifying the effects of crop management and climate variability on soil-crop processes and integrating data into mechanistic models at different spatial scales. He has a passionate interest in disentangle sources of uncertainties in biophysical and mathematical models to better predict crop growth, both yield and quality and environmental impacts in agricultural systems. This requires a broad understanding of how the environment influences crop growth and development; how rainfall, irrigation, and fertilizer influence soil conditions; how crops obtain water and nutrients from the soil; how soil processes contribute to the loss of carbon and nitrogen; and how all these processes interact.

Professional experience

Junior Research Fellow

University of Tasmania Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture/Agricultural Science

November 2017 - Present

Postdoctoral Researcher

CONICET

April 2017 - November 2017(7 months)

Education

PhD Agricultural Sciences

Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata

April 2012 - April 2017(5 years)

Agricultural Engineer

Universidad Nacional de Entre Rios

March 2004 - March 2011(7 years)

Other profiles

Co-authors (27)