Synopsis session 11 – Planning for adaptation in natural resource management

Wednesday 1 October 2014 – Day 2, 5.10-6.30pm
Room 8
Chair: Craig James (CSIRO)
The significance for soil organic carbon (C) sequestration of omitting Australian soil erosion from C cycling
Adrian Chappell*1, Jeff Baldock2, Jonathan Sanderman2
1CSIRO Land and Water, Australia, 2CSIRO Land and Water, Australia
Mitigation of carbon uptake limitation in long-term drought in Eucalyptus species from contrasting hydro-climates and its implication to climate change adaptation
Shuangxi Zhou*1, I. Colin Prentice1,2, Belinda Medlyn1
1Macquarie University, Australia, 2Imperial College, UK
On the road again – Engagement with Australia’s NRM communities on new climate change projections
Chris Gerbing*, Leanne Webb, Mandy Hopkins
CSIRO, Australia
Adapting our conservation objectives: The case of the disappearing freshwater wetlands of the Timor Sea drainage basin
Stuart Blanch1, Evan Quartermain*2, Gavan McFadzean3, Anna Boustead1
1Environment Centre NT, Australia, 2Humane Society International, Australia, 3The Wilderness Society, Australia
CLIMATE CHANGE,INDIAN AGRICULTURE & PATH TO ADAPTIVE MEASURES
Reena Reena
Aligarh Muslim University, India
Involving leguminous crop rotation as climate change adaption option also as lower nitrous oxide emissions from dryland cropping
Yuchun Ma*1, Graeme Schwenke1, Bin Wang1, Deli Liu1, Muhhuddin Anwar1
1Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation, Australia, 2NSW Department of Primary Industries, Australia, 3Collage of Applied Meteorology, Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology, China, 4Plant Biology and Climate Change Cluster, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Adaptation strategies for ocean acidification in Australia
Katherine Schmutter
Australian National University, Australia
Please don’t write Natural Resource Management Plans for Climate Adaptation
Alastair Buchan
NQ Dry Tropics, Australia