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

  • A local oral history of environmental change in Pelorus / Te Hoiere, Marlborough 

    Coutts, G. L.; Urlich, Stephen (Lincoln University. LEaPLincoln, Canterbury, New Zealand, 2020-07)
    The Pelorus/Te Hoiere was announced as an ‘Exemplar catchment’ for the purposes of restoration, by the Minister of Conservation in late 2019. The catchment restoration project is to be managed by the Kotahitanga mō te ...
  • Preferences of the wheat bug (Nysius huttoni) for particular growth stages of the potential trap crop, alyssum (Lobularia maritima) 

    Tiwari, Sundar; Saville, D. J.; Wratten, Stephen D. (New Zealand Plant Protection Society, 2019-07-28)
    The New Zealand endemic wheat bug, Nysius huttoni (Hemiptera: Lygaeidae), is a pest of brassica seedlings. However, it has a wide host range comprising almost all cultivated brassicas, cereals and many other cultivated ...
  • Isotopes and trace elements as geo-location markers for biosecurity: Determining the origin of exotic pests 

    Holder, Peter W.; Armstrong, Karen F.; Clough, Timothy J.; Frew, R.; Van Hale, R.; Baker, J. A.; Millet, M.-A. (EGU, 2010-05)
    Background. The benefits of accurate point of origin discrimination in biosecurity include achieving appropriate operational responses in exotic pest eradication and post-border incursion campaigns, and identifying risk ...
  • Assessment of mixed sward using context sensitive convolutional neural networks 

    Bateman, Christopher; Fourie, Jaco; Hsiao, Jeffrey; Irie, Kenji; Heslop, A.; Hilditch, A.; Hagedorn, Michael; Jessep, B.; Gebbie, S.; Ghamkhar, K. (Frontiers Media S.A., 2020-02-27)
    Breeding higher yielding forage species is limited by current manual harvesting and visual scoring techniques used for measuring or estimation of biomass. Automation and remote sensing for high throughput phenotyping has ...
  • A conceptual map of invasion biology: Integrating hypotheses into a consensus network 

    Enders, M.; Havemann, F.; Ruland, F.; Bernard-Verdier, M.; Catford, J. A.; Gómez-Aparicio, L.; Haider, S.; Heger, T.; Kueffer, C.; Kühn, I.; Meyerson, L. A.; Musseau, C.; Novoa, A.; Ricciardi, A.; Sagouis, A.; Schittko, C.; Strayer, D. L.; Vilà, M.; Essl, F.; Hulme, Philip E.; van Kleunen, M.; Kumschick, S.; Lockwood, J. L.; Mabey, A. L.; McGeoch, M. A.; Palma, E.; Pyšek, P.; Saul, W. C.; Yannelli, F. A.; Jeschke, J. M. (Wiley, 2020-06-01)
    Global Ecology and Biogeography published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd Background and aims: Since its emergence in the mid-20th century, invasion biology has matured into a productive research field addressing questions of ...

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