Tas Thamo
Tas Thamo
Research Fellow, School of Agricultural & Resource Economics, University of Western Australia
Verified email at uwa.edu.au
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Assessing costs of soil carbon sequestration by crop-livestock farmers in Western Australia
ME Kragt, DJ Pannell, MJ Robertson, T Thamo
Agricultural Systems 112, 27-37, 2012
Does growing grain legumes or applying lime cost effectively lower greenhouse gas emissions from wheat production in a semi-arid climate?
L Barton, T Thamo, D Engelbrecht, WK Biswas
Journal of Cleaner Production 83, 194-203, 2014
Climate change impacts and farm-level adaptation: Economic analysis of a mixed cropping–livestock system
T Thamo, D Addai, DJ Pannell, MJ Robertson, DT Thomas, JM Young
Agricultural Systems 150, 99-108, 2017
Measurement of greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture: economic implications for policy and agricultural producers
T Thamo, RS Kingwell, DJ Pannell
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 57 (2), 234-252, 2013
Challenges in developing effective policy for soil carbon sequestration: perspectives on additionality, leakage, and permanence
T Thamo, DJ Pannell
Climate Policy 16 (8), 973-992, 2016
Dynamics and the economics of carbon sequestration: common oversights and their implications
T Thamo, DJ Pannell, ME Kragt, MJ Robertson, M Polyakov
Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 22 (7), 1095-1111, 2017
Policy-oriented environmental research: What is it worth?
DJ Pannell, JM Alston, S Jeffrey, YM Buckley, P Vesk, JR Rhodes, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 86, 64-71, 2018
Assessment of Engagement and Impact for the ARC Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions
TH Tas Thamo, M Polyakov, D Pannell
Climate change in Western Australian agriculture: a Bioeconomic and policy analysis
T Thamo
Easy winnings? The economics of carbon sequestration in agricultural soils.
ME Kragt, DJ Pannell, MJ Robertson
Working Paper, School of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of …, 2011
Optimal lime rates for soil acidity mitigation: impacts of crop choice and nitrogen fertiliser in Western Australia
SS Kalkhoran, D Pannell, T Thamo, M Polyakov, B White
Crop and Pasture Science 71 (1), 36-46, 2020
Soil acidity, lime application, nitrogen fertility, and greenhouse gas emissions: Optimizing their joint economic management
SS Kalkhoran, DJ Pannell, T Thamo, B White, M Polyakov
Agricultural Systems 176, 102684, 2019
Climate change reduces the mitigation obtainable from sequestration in an Australian farming system
T Thamo, D Addai, ME Kragt, RS Kingwell, DJ Pannell, MJ Robertson
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 63 (4), 841-865, 2019
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