Matthew Tom Harrison
Matthew Tom Harrison
Senior Research Fellow, University of Tasmania
Verified email at utas.edu.au - Homepage
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Characterizing drought stress and trait influence on maize yield under current and future conditions
MT Harrison, F Tardieu, CD Messina, Z Dong, GL Hammer
Global Change Biology 20, 867-878, 2014
1322014
Dual-purpose cereals: can the relative influences of management and environment on crop recovery and grain yield be dissected?
MT Harrison, JR Evans, AD Dove, Hugh, Moore
Crop & Pasture Science 62, 930-946, 2011
892011
Nitrogen in cell walls of sclerophyllous leaves accounts for little of the variation in photosynthetic nitrogen-use efficiency
MT Harrison, EJ Edwards, GD Farquhar, AB Nicotra, JR Evans
Plant, Cell and Environment 32, 259-270, 2009
832009
Crop design for specific adaptation in variable dryland production environments
GL Hammer, S McLean, Greg, Chapman, B Zheng, A Doherty, ...
Crop and Pasture Science 65, 614-626, 2014
742014
Assessing uncertainties in crop and pasture ensemble model simulations of producitivity and N2O emissions
F Ehrhardt, JF Soussana, G Bellocchi, P Grace, R McAuliffe, S Recous, ...
Global Change Biology, 1-14, 2017
462017
Improving greenhouse gas emissions intensities of subtropical and tropical beef farming systems using Leucaena leucocephala
MT Harrison, C McSweeney, N Tomkins, RJ Eckard
Agricultural Systems 136, 138-146, 2015
462015
Grazing winter wheat relieves plant water stress and transiently enhances photosynthesis.
MT Harrison, WM Kelman, AD Moore, JR Evans
Functional Plant Biology 37, 726-736, 2010
442010
Recovery dynamics of rainfed winter wheat after livestock grazing 1. Growth rates, grain yields, soil water use and water-use efficiency
MT Harrison, JR Evans, H Dove, AD Moore
Crop & Pasture Science 62, 947-959, 2011
432011
Modelling the sensitivity of agricultural systems to climate change and extreme climatic events
MT Harrison, BR Cullen, RP Rawnsley
Agricultural Systems 148, 135-148, 2016
322016
The effect of warming on the productivity of perennial ryegrass and kikuyu pastures in south-eastern Australia
MJ Bell, RJ Eckard, MT Harrison, JS Neal, Cullen, B R.
Crop & Pasture Science 64, 61-70, 2013
212013
Using a mathematical framework to examine physiological changes in winter wheat after livestock grazing. 2. Model validation and effects of grazing management
MT Harrison, JR Evans, AD Moore
Field Crops Research 136, 127-137, 2012
212012
Using a mathematical framework to examine physiological changes in winter wheat after livestock grazing. 1. Model derivation and coefficient calibration
MT Harrison, EJ Richard, AD Moore
Field Crops Research 136, 116-126, 2012
212012
Increasing ewe genetic fecundity improves whole-farm production and reduces greenhouse gas emissions intensities. 1. Sheep production and emissions intensities
MT Harrison, T Jackson, BR Cullen, RP Rawnsley, CKM Ho, L Cummins, ...
Agricultural Systems 131, 23–33, 2014
182014
Can animal genetics and flock management be used to reduce greenhouse gas emissions but also maintain productivity of wool-producing enterprises?
DJ Alcock, MT Harrison, RP Rawnsley, RJ Eckard
Agricultural Systems 132, 25-34, 2014
172014
Modelling of pasture management and livestock genotype interventions to improve whole-farm productivity and reduce greenhouse gas emissions intensities
MT Harrison, K Christie, RP Rawnsley, RJ Eckard
Animal Production Science 54 (12), 2018-2028, 2014
172014
Modelling the resilience of forage crop production to future climate change in the dairy regions of south eastern Australia using APSIM
K Pembleton, RP Rawnsley, BR Cullen, MT Harrison
Journal of Agricultural Science 154 (7), 1131-1152, 2016
142016
Dual-purpose cropping – capitalising on potential grain crop grazing to enhance mixed-farming profitability
LW Bell, MT Harrison, JA Kirkegaard
Crop and Pasture Science 66, 1-4, 2015
142015
Recovery dynamics of rainfed winter wheat after livestock grazing 2. Light interception, radiation-use efficiency and dry-matter partitioning
MT Harrison, JR Evans, H Dove, A Moore
Crop & Pasture Science 62, 960-971, 2011
142011
The concordance between greenhouse gas emissions, livestock production and profitability of extensive beef farming systems
RE Matthew Tom Harrison, Brendan Cullen, Nigel Tomkins, Chris McSweeney ...
Animal Production Science 56 (3), 370-384, 2016
132016
Increasing ewe genetic fecundity improves whole-farm production and reduces greenhouse gas emissions intensities: 2. Economic performance
C Ho, T Jackson, MT Harrison, RJ Eckard
Animal Production Science 54, 1248-1253, 2014
122014
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