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

  • Bowen, J. L.; Kearns, P. J.; Byrnes, J. E. K.; Wigginton, S.; Allen, Warwick; Greenwood, M.; Tran, K.; Yu, J.; Cronin, J. T.; Meyerson, L. A. (Nature Publishing Group, 2017-09-05)
    Plant–microbe interactions play crucial roles in species invasions but are rarely investigated at the intraspecific level. Here, we study these interactions in three lineages of a globally distributed plant, Phragmites ...
  • Hulme, Philip E.; Pyšek, P.; Pergl, J.; Jarošík, V.; Schaffner, U.; Vilà, M. (Wiley Periodicals, Inc. on behalf of Society for Conservation Biology, 2014-09)
    Alien plants pose significant threats to protected areas worldwide yet many studies only describe the degree to which these areas have become invaded. Research must move toward a better understanding of alien plant impacts ...
  • Driscoll, D. A.; Catford, J. A.; Barney, J. N.; Hulme, Philip E.; Inderjit; Martin, T. G.; Pauchard, A.; Pyšek, P.; Richardson, D. M.; Riley, S.; Visser, V. (National Academy of Sciences, 2014-11-18)
    Agricultural intensification is critical to meet global food demand, but intensification threatens native species and degrades ecosystems. Sustainable intensification (SI) is heralded as a new approach for enabling growth ...
  • Dickie, Ian; Cooper, J. A.; Bufford, Jennifer; Hulme, Philip E.; Bates, S. T. (Oxford University Press on behalf of the Annals of Botany Company, 2017-01-01)
    The introduction of alien plants into a new range can result in the loss of co-evolved symbiotic organisms, such as mycorrhizal fungi, that are essential for normal plant physiological functions. Prior studies of mycorrhizal ...
  • Harrington, G. J. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1977)
    Computer programmes were developed for processing data from grid, direct, and random stadia field contouring systems. The three systems were evaluated for their use in providing contour plans for bordered strip irrigation ...

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