Research Archive

Research Centres and Units

Research Archive

Research Centres and Units

 

Lincoln University operates a number of internationally renowned research centres. These generally consist of a group of individual researchers and/or groups of research teams.

Research centres are primarily cross-divisional and may work in collaboration with external partners and attract researchers and postgraduate students. A management board, consisting of representatives from the major organisations or divisions involved, manages each centre.

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Recent Submissions

  • Holdaway, R. J.; Wood, J. R.; Dickie, Ian; Orwin, K. H.; Bellingham, P. J.; Richardson, S. J.; Lyver, P. O.; Timoti, P.; Buckley, T. R. (New Zealand Ecological Society, 2017)
    © New Zealand Ecological Society. High throughput DNA sequencing technology has enabled entire biological communities to be characterised from DNA derived from pools of organisms, such as bulk-collected invertebrates, or ...
  • González-Chang, M.; Boyer, S.; Lefort, Marie-Caroline; Nboyine, Jerry; Wratten, Stephen D. (PeerJ, 2017-04-27)
    Background: Melolonthinae beetles, comprising different white grub species, are a globally-distributed pest group. Their larvae feed on roots of several crop and forestry species, and adults can cause severe defoliation. ...
  • Martoni, Francesco; Burckhardt, D.; Armstrong, Karen F. (Magnolia Press, 2016)
    A checklist of extant species of Psylloidea in New Zealand is presented. The list is structured according to the latest taxonomic classification of families, subfamilies and genera. It includes 99 species, 71 of which are ...
  • Roberts, Jessica; Suarez Infiesta, A.; Schäbitz, B.; Fourie, Jaco; Werner, Armin (NZ Grassland Association, 2015)
    Commercial units of Active Optical Sensor (AOS) systems are designed for sensing arable crops to estimate the required amount of nitrogen fertiliser and are well established in intensive arable cropping systems in ...
  • Post, Scott (International Association of Online Engineering, 2017)
    Standards based grading is a formal assessment mechanism that tests for student achievement of specified learning objectives, or standards. Standards-Based-Grading has been gaining in popularity in K-12 education, and also ...

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