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

  • The organic market in New Zealand 

    Guenther, Meike; Driver, Tim; Saunders, Caroline M. (AERU, Lincoln University | Te Whare Wānaka o Aoraki, 2017-07)
    This report describes the organic market in New Zealand. There is no consistent data on the domestic organic market in New Zealand. Different sources were used to define the market and its players.
  • Insights into metabolic changes caused by the Trichoderma virens–maize root interaction 

    Schweiger, R.; Padilla Arizmendi, Fabiola; Nogueira Lopez, Guillermo; Rostas, Michael; Lawry, Robert; Brown, C.; Hampton, John G.; Steyaert, Johanna M.; Müller, C.; Mendoza - Mendoza, Artemio (American Phytopathological Society (APS) and the International Society for Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions (IS-MPMI), 2021-02-15)
    The interactions of crops with root-colonizing endophytic microorganisms are highly relevant to agriculture, because endophytes can modify plant resistance to pests and increase crop yields. We investigated the interactions ...
  • Around the world in 500 years: Inter‐regional spread of alien species over recent centuries 

    Seebens, H.; Blackburn, T. M.; Hulme, Philip E.; van Kleunen, M.; Liebhold, A. M.; Orlova‐Bienkowskaja, M.; Pyšek, P.; Schindler, S.; Essl, F. (Wiley, 2021-06-07)
    Aim: The number of alien species has been increasing for centuries world-wide, but temporal changes in the dynamics of their inter-regional spread remain unclear. Here, we analyse changes in the rate and extent of ...
  • Unwelcome exchange: International trade as a direct and indirect driver of biological invasions worldwide 

    Hulme, Philip E. (Elsevier on behalf of Cell Press, 2021-05-21)
    Biological invasions are synonymous with international trade. The direct effects of trade have largely been quantified using relationships between imports and the number of alien species in a region or patterns in the ...
  • Regenerative agriculture in Aotearoa New Zealand – research pathways to build science-based evidence and national narratives 

    Grelet, G.; Lang, S.; Merfield, Charles; Calhoun, N.; Robson-Williams, M.; Horrocks, A.; Dewes, A.; Clifford, A.; Stevenson, B.; Saunders, Caroline M.; Lister, C.; Perley, C.; Maslen, D.; Norton, D.; Selbie, Diana; Chan, D.; Burns, E.; Le Heron, E.; Crampton, E.; Curran-Cournane, F.; Doolan-Noble, F.; Griffin, F.; Good, H.; Pinxterhuis, I.; Todd, J.; Su, J.; Vernon, J.; Cavanagh, J.; Laubach, J.; King, John S.; Jones, J.; Orwin, Kate H.; MacMillan, K.; Minor, M.; Anderson, M.; Buckley, M.; Harcombe, M.; McGlone, M.; Davidson, Melanie M.; Barry, M.; Taitoko, M.; Kirschbaum, M.; Donovan, M.; Conland, N.; Stanley-Clarke, N.; Masters, N.; Schon, N.; Mason, N.; Gregorini, Pablo; Mudge, P.; Tapsell, P.; Bruce-Iri, P.; Tait, Peter R.; Roudier, P.; Mellor, R.; Teague, R.; Gregory, R.; Price, R.; Holdaway, R.; Dynes, R.; Lavorel, S.; O'Connell, S.; Letica, S.; Belliss, S.; McNeill, S.; Apfelbaum, S.; Driver, Tim; Fraser, T.; Baisden, T.; Kerner, W. (Our Land and Water, 2021-02)
    Regenerative agriculture (RA) is proposed as a solution to reverse climate change, biodiversity loss, declining water quality and health of freshwater ecosystems, wellbeing crisis in rural and farming communities and food ...

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