National Research Network for Low Carbon Energy and Environment (NRN-LCEE)
A strategy for grassland to safeguard forage production against extreme weather events through resilience to multiple stresses
Cluster Leader: Prof. Davey Jones, Bangor University
- Improves our fundamental understanding of how plant-soil interactions in grasslands respond to a combination of environmental stressors (extreme weather events) and how these will affect farm productivity and the delivery of ecosystem services.
- Aims to determine the ‘tipping points’ at which environmental stressors cause irreversible negative changes in grassland ecosystem functioning.
- Will provide the agricultural industry, policymakers and associated stakeholders with new management tools for future-proofing Welsh agriculture against extremes and uncertainties in weather.
Opportunities for Sêr Cymru Fellowships and PhD studentships:
- There are no current opportunities.
CLIMATE SMART GRASS is a partnership between:
- Prof. Davey Jones
- Dr Huadong Zang
- Dr Jinyang Wang
- Prof. David Chadwick
- Dr Paul Hill
- Prof. Alison Kingston-Smith
- Dr Colin Jackson
- Dr Dylan Gwynn-Jones
- Prof. John Doonan
- Dr John Scullion
- Dr Felicity Hayes
- Dr David Robinson