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Whole Farm Systems Analysis of Climate Change Impacts on the Southern Grazing Industries

This sub-program of the Climate Change Adaptation in the Southern Australian Livestock Industries program focused on the mitigation of greenhouse gases and climate change adaptation options for the dairy industry at a farm systems level.
This project worked with other teams within this larger program to participate in regional consultations with farmers and industry to present the modelling and gather regionally specific feedback from farmers and consultants on likely adaptation and mitigation options.

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Contracts

Contract No. Title Start date End date Funding type
B.SBP.0071
Whole Farm Systems Analysis of Climate Change Impacts on the Southern (TIAR component) Grazing Industries - (a sub-project under the Climate Change Adaptation in the Southern Australian Livestock I...
01/07/2009 29/06/2012
Industry
B.SBP.0072
Whole Farm Systems Analysis of Climate Change Impacts on the Southern Grazing Industries (University of Melbourne component)- (a sub-project under the Climate Change Adaptation in the Southern Aust...
01/07/2009 30/09/2012
Industry
B.SBP.0075
Whole Farm Systems Analysis of Climate Change Impacts on the Southern Grazing (SARDI component) Industries - (a sub-project under the Climate Change Adaptation in the Southern Australian Livestock ...
01/07/2009 31/07/2012
Industry
B.SBP.0078
Whole Farm Systems Analysis of Climate Change Impacts on the Southern Grazing (Tas DPI component) Industries - (a sub-project under the Climate Change Adaptation in the Southern Australian Livestoc...
01/07/2009 31/07/2012
Industry

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