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Perry Poulton

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  • CSIRO Queensland Bioscience Precinct
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Research interests

systems modellingFarming systems research

About

Perry Poulton is a research agronomist with the CSIRO in Brisbane, Queensland with over 30 years experience in farming systems in Australia and internationally. During his career, Perry has developed extensive skills and experience in key areas of: biological/ soil process monitoring and modelling, micro-meteorological calibration and monitoring, remote sensing/electronic instrumentation, information and communication technology, farming systems experimentation, and farmer engagement. Perry has worked in rice based farming systems in India, Bangladesh and Cambodia with past research activities aimed at developing capacity to model local farming systems in West Timor and Nepal and Southern Africa. Key focus is using farming system modelling tools to explore opportunities for improving livelihoods of subsistence farmers through improving management practice, evaluation of climatic risk and introduction of new cropping options. Current work is focused on prospects to increase farming systems opportunities from irrigation in Northern Australia and the utility of aerial photogrammetry for developing a high resolution ground surface and flow path prediction models for assessing impact of changing surface hydrology in integrated landscapes.

Co-authors (153)

  • kumar abbhishek
  • Diogenes L. Antille
  • Mohammad shamim

Publications (5)

  • Irrigated agricultural development in northern Australia: Value-chain challenges and opportunities

    • Ash A
    • Gleeson T
    • Hall M
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  • Promoting resilience in Cambodian lowland rice ecosystems—Farming system research to support flexible climate response strategies for smallholder farmers

    • Dalgliesh N
    • Charlesworth P
    • Lonh L
    • et al.
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  • Resilience of Cambodian lowland rice farming systems to future climate uncertainty

    • Poulton P
    • Dalgliesh N
    • Vang S
    • et al.
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  • The Effects of Coal Seam Gas Infrastructure Development on Arable Land in Southern Queensland, Australia: Field Investigations and Modeling

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  • APPLYING SIMULATION TO IMPROVE RICE VARIETIES IN REDUCING THE ON-FARM YIELD G AP IN CAMBODIAN LOWLAND RICE ECOSYSTEMS

    • Poulton P
    • Vesna T
    • Dalgliesh N
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Professional experience

CSIRO Queensland Bioscience Precinct