Dr Lindsay Campbell

Honorary Associate
Dept of Plant and Food Sciences

C81 - ATP - The Biomedical Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 8627 1016
Fax +61 2 8627 1099

Biographical details

Lindsay Campbell is an agricultural scientist specialising in agronomy, food security and plant nutrition. His experience also includes infrastructure with the building of many teaching and research laboratories. He has worked at the University of Western Australia, DSIR (New Zealand), US Plant Soil and Nutrition Laboratory and Cornell University.Lindsay was a key player initiating programs linking agriculture and human health.His work on zinc nutrition has greatly benefitted the wheat industry. He has held various leadership roles within the Faculty including Associate Dean (postgraduate) and Discipline Leader of the Sciences. Lindsay has served on the Australian Council of Deans of Agriculture since its inception.

Research interests

Lindsay has wide ranging research interests which have complemented the wishes of students to undertake research projects outside narrow boundaries. His current research interests are in food security, Australian wild (native) rices and responses in low nutrient soils of northern Australia. He has more than 60 publications in peer review international journals and about 120 papers at international and national conferences and has spoken frequently at farmer field days. Lindsay has contributed to government inquiries and policy development, one of the most recent being the National Food Plan.

Teaching and supervision

Lindsay teaches in units covering plant physiology, plant nutrition, agronomy, post harvest physiology and experimentation largely to undergraduate agricultural science students as well as teaching the agronomy of veterinary significance to veterinary science students.He has supervised about 25 PhD and MScAgr students and more than 130 coursework masters and honours students.Topic areas have ranged from crop physiology, tissue culture, simulation modelling, software development, crop and pasture agronomy to plant nutrition.

Themes

Plant and crop physiology; Agronomy, horticulture and precision agriculture; Food Security and Supply

Selected grants

2006

  • Effectiveness Of Foliar Nutrition; Campbell L, Tan D; Australian Cotton CRC/Research Support.

2002

  • Effect of tillage on furrow soil characteristics, water use and growth of cotton in a irrigated Vertisol; Campbell L; Australian Cotton CRC/Cooperative Research Centres.

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Lott, J., Kolasa, J., Batten, G., Campbell, L. (2011). The critical role of phosphorus in world production of cereal grains and legume seeds. Food Security: the science, sociology and economics of food production and access to food, 3, 451-462. [More Information]
  • Neal, J., Fulkerson, W., Campbell, L. (2010). Differences in yield among annual forages used by the dairy industry under optimal and deficit irrigation. Crop and Pasture Science, 61(8), 625-638.
  • Cottee, N., Tan, D., Bange, M., Cothren, J., Campbell, L. (2010). Multi-Level Determination of Heat Tolerance in Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) under Field Conditions. Crop Science, 50, 2553-2564. [More Information]
  • Lott, J., Bojarski, M., Kolasa, J., Batten, G., Campbell, L. (2009). A review of the phosphorus content of dry cereal and legume crops of the world. International Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology, 8(5/6), 351-370.
  • Parks, S., Huett, D., Campbell, L., Spohr, L. (2008). Nitrate and nitrite in Australian leafy vegetables. Crop and Pasture Science, 59, 632-638.
  • Islam, M., Dowling, P., Milham, P., Campbell, L., Jacobs, B. (2007). Evaluation of Austrodanthonia Accessions for Acid Tolerance and Growth Potential. International Journal of Agricultural Research, 2(10), 849-861.
  • Aksouh, N., Campbell, L., Mailer, R. (2006). Canola response to high and moderately high temperature stresses during seed maturation. Canadian Journal of Plant Science, 86(4), 967-980.
  • Islam, A., Dowling, P., Milham, P., Campbell, L., Jacobs, B., Garden, D. (2006). Ranking acidity tolerance and growth potential of Austrodanthonia accessions. Grassland Science, 52(3), 127-132.
  • Adjetey, J., Searle, P., Campbell, L. (2001). Rate and timing of nitrogen fertilizer applications on wheat grown under dryland and supplementary irrigation. South African Journal of Plant and Soil (Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif Vir Plant en Grond), 18(1), 15-20.
  • Symonds, W., Campbell, L., Clemens, J. (2001). Response of ornamental Eucalyptus from acidic and alkaline habitats to potting medium pH. Scientia Horticulturae, 88, 121-131.

Conferences

  • Campbell, L., Batten, G., Wurm, P., Bellairs, S., Campbell, C. (2010). Australian native rice species: grain minerals and starch properties. The 59th Australian Cereal Chemistry Conference, NSW, Australia: AACC DownUnder Section.
  • Larnach, T., Campbell, L., Atwell, B., Batten, G. (2010). Australian wild rice and cultivated rice are more productive under high CO2 and high N application rates. ASPAC2010 - The Environment The Future, Canberra: Australasian Soil & Plant Analysis Council Inc.
  • Errington, M., Campbell, L., Rochester, I., Tan, D. (2009). Nitrogen Allocation in High Yielding Bollgard II Cotton. 16th International Plant Nutrition Colloquium (IPNC), Sacramento, California (online): University of California, Davis.
  • Errington, M., Campbell, L., Rochester, I., Tan, D. (2008). Efficacy of foliar fertilization in cotton. World Cotton Research Conference-4, Lubbock, Texas, U.S.A.: OmniPress.
  • Cottee, N., Bange, M., Tan, D., Campbell, L. (2008). Identifying Cotton Cultivars for Hotter Temperatures. 14th Australian Cotton Conference, Queensland, Australia: Australian Cotton Growers Research Association.
  • Cottee, N., Tan, D., Cothren, T., Bange, M., Campbell, L. (2008). Screening Cotton Cultivars for Thermotolerance under Field Conditions. World Cotton Research Conference-4, Lubbock, Texas, U.S.A.: OmniPress.

2011

  • Lott, J., Kolasa, J., Batten, G., Campbell, L. (2011). The critical role of phosphorus in world production of cereal grains and legume seeds. Food Security: the science, sociology and economics of food production and access to food, 3, 451-462. [More Information]

2010

  • Campbell, L., Batten, G., Wurm, P., Bellairs, S., Campbell, C. (2010). Australian native rice species: grain minerals and starch properties. The 59th Australian Cereal Chemistry Conference, NSW, Australia: AACC DownUnder Section.
  • Larnach, T., Campbell, L., Atwell, B., Batten, G. (2010). Australian wild rice and cultivated rice are more productive under high CO2 and high N application rates. ASPAC2010 - The Environment The Future, Canberra: Australasian Soil & Plant Analysis Council Inc.
  • Neal, J., Fulkerson, W., Campbell, L. (2010). Differences in yield among annual forages used by the dairy industry under optimal and deficit irrigation. Crop and Pasture Science, 61(8), 625-638.
  • Cottee, N., Tan, D., Bange, M., Cothren, J., Campbell, L. (2010). Multi-Level Determination of Heat Tolerance in Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) under Field Conditions. Crop Science, 50, 2553-2564. [More Information]

2009

  • Lott, J., Bojarski, M., Kolasa, J., Batten, G., Campbell, L. (2009). A review of the phosphorus content of dry cereal and legume crops of the world. International Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology, 8(5/6), 351-370.
  • Errington, M., Campbell, L., Rochester, I., Tan, D. (2009). Nitrogen Allocation in High Yielding Bollgard II Cotton. 16th International Plant Nutrition Colloquium (IPNC), Sacramento, California (online): University of California, Davis.

2008

  • Errington, M., Campbell, L., Rochester, I., Tan, D. (2008). Efficacy of foliar fertilization in cotton. World Cotton Research Conference-4, Lubbock, Texas, U.S.A.: OmniPress.
  • Cottee, N., Bange, M., Tan, D., Campbell, L. (2008). Identifying Cotton Cultivars for Hotter Temperatures. 14th Australian Cotton Conference, Queensland, Australia: Australian Cotton Growers Research Association.
  • Parks, S., Huett, D., Campbell, L., Spohr, L. (2008). Nitrate and nitrite in Australian leafy vegetables. Crop and Pasture Science, 59, 632-638.
  • Cottee, N., Tan, D., Cothren, T., Bange, M., Campbell, L. (2008). Screening Cotton Cultivars for Thermotolerance under Field Conditions. World Cotton Research Conference-4, Lubbock, Texas, U.S.A.: OmniPress.

2007

  • Islam, M., Dowling, P., Milham, P., Campbell, L., Jacobs, B. (2007). Evaluation of Austrodanthonia Accessions for Acid Tolerance and Growth Potential. International Journal of Agricultural Research, 2(10), 849-861.

2006

  • Aksouh, N., Campbell, L., Mailer, R. (2006). Canola response to high and moderately high temperature stresses during seed maturation. Canadian Journal of Plant Science, 86(4), 967-980.
  • Islam, A., Dowling, P., Milham, P., Campbell, L., Jacobs, B., Garden, D. (2006). Ranking acidity tolerance and growth potential of Austrodanthonia accessions. Grassland Science, 52(3), 127-132.

2001

  • Adjetey, J., Searle, P., Campbell, L. (2001). Rate and timing of nitrogen fertilizer applications on wheat grown under dryland and supplementary irrigation. South African Journal of Plant and Soil (Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif Vir Plant en Grond), 18(1), 15-20.
  • Symonds, W., Campbell, L., Clemens, J. (2001). Response of ornamental Eucalyptus from acidic and alkaline habitats to potting medium pH. Scientia Horticulturae, 88, 121-131.

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