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Rowan Eisner
Rowan Eisner
University of Tasmanian
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The environmental costs and benefits of high-yield farming
A Balmford, T Amano, H Bartlett, D Chadwick, A Collins, D Edwards, ...
Nature sustainability 1 (9), 477-485, 2018
2912018
Participatory multiple objective decision making processes: Emerging approaches with new challenges
P Lawrence, R Shaw, L Lane, R Eisner
Watershed Management and Operations Management 2000, 1-11, 2000
272000
Earlier crop flowering caused by global warming alleviated by irrigation
A Muleke, MT Harrison, P De Voil, I Hunt, K Liu, M Yanotti, R Eisner
Environmental Research Letters 17 (4), 044032, 2022
252022
Are changes in global oil production influencing the rate of deforestation and biodiversity loss?
R Eisner, S LM, CA McALpine
Biological Conservation, 2016
252016
A decision environment: going beyond a decision framework to improve the effectiveness of decision making in natural resource management
P Lawrence, J Robinson, R Eisner
Proceedings: MODSIM, 1613-1618, 2001
232001
Whole farm planning raises profit despite burgeoning climate crisis
A Muleke, MT Harrison, R Eisner, P de Voil, M Yanotti, K Liu, X Yin, ...
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 17188, 2022
82022
Grazing management for soil carbon in Australia: a review
SE McDonald, W Badgery, S Clarendon, S Orgill, K Sinclair, R Meyer, ...
Journal of Environmental Management 347, 119146, 2023
72023
Use of MODSS (Multi-Objective Decision Support System) in the Burnett River Catchment Study
R Eisner, P Lawrence, I Jeffreys
Project report. Brisbane: Department of Natural Resources, 2000
52000
Sustainable intensification with irrigation raises farm profit despite climate emergency
A Muleke, MT Harrison, R Eisner, P de Voil, M Yanotti, K Liu, ...
Plants, People, Planet 5 (3), 368-385, 2023
42023
Clarifying confusions over carbon conclusions: antecedent soil carbon drives gains realised following intervention
A Muleke, MT Harrison, R Eisner, M Yanotti, P de Voil, S Fahad, W Fei, ...
Global Environmental Change Advances 1, 100001, 2023
42023
Global prioritisation of renewable nitrogen for biodiversity conservation and food security
E Rowan, L Seabrook, C McAlpine
Journal of Geographical Sciences 28, 1567-1579, 2018
22018
Author Correction: The environmental costs and benefits of high-yield farming
A Balmford, T Amano, H Bartlett, D Chadwick, A Collins, D Edwards, ...
Nature Sustainability 2 (4), 339-341, 2019
12019
Does higher-yielding agriculture mean more environmental harm?
R Eisner, H Waters, R Green, D Edwards, R Field, A Whitmore, C Fenuik, ...
12018
Minimising the land area used by agriculture without petrochemical nitrogen
R Eisner, L Seabrook, CA McAlpine
Proceedings of the International Nitrogen Initiative, 2016
12016
Irrigation with Artificial Intelligence: Problems, Premises, Promises
H Wei, W Xu, B Kang, R Eisner, A Muleke, D Rodriguez, P deVoil, ...
Human-Centric Intelligent Systems, 1-19, 2024
2024
Clarifying confusions over carbon conclusions
M Harrison, A Muleke, R Eisner, M Yanotti, P deVoil, S Fahad, F Wang, ...
University Of Tasmania, 2023
2023
Optimising farm scale returns from irrigated grains: maximising dollar return per megalitre of water
M Harrison, R Eisner
University Of Tasmania, 2023
2023
Improving irrigated crop profitability March 2023
M Harrison, P DeVoil, B Kang, H Wei, C Jiang, M Monjardino, A Muleke, ...
University Of Tasmania, 2023
2023
Improving productivity and profitability of irrigated grain enterprises under changing climate: summary of work today
A Muleke, M Harrison, M Yanotti, R Eisner
University Of Tasmania, 2023
2023
NEXUS Involve & Partner: impacts of biochar supplementation on livestock productivity, profitability and GHG emissions: Milestone 4
M Harrison, K Christie, N Barnes, F Bilotto
University Of Tasmania, 2023
2023
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