Wayne Meyer

The University of Adelaide

Wayne is an Irrigation, Crop and Resource Management Scientist. He has lead research in irrigation scheduling systems and developed a range of experimental facilities for studying crop response at both the ‘wet’ and ‘dry’ end of the irrigation cycle. In recent times his work has included; sustainable farming systems, precision agriculture techniques and modelling natural resource management systems. Prof Meyer was previously Deputy Chief and Business Director for CSIRO Land and Water, Chief Scientist and Interim CEO of the CRC Irrigation Futures and instigated the Lower Murray Landscape Futures (LMLF) project. Wayne is now Chair of Natural Resource Science at Adelaide University. Prof Meyer has developed systems wide research programs that explore the management options for improving agricultural productivity while conserving and restoring natural ecosystems.

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