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Specialisation

Scientists use technological advances in Agricultural and Environmental Technologies to improve the health, productivity and sustainability of agricultural and terrestrial managed ecosystems. You will develop your knowledge in the areas of crop breeding and genetic modification, improved grain and fibre-crop physiology and agronomy, and the implementation of precision agriculture approaches for improved management. Through this specialisation you will develop a qualitative and quantitative understanding of key biophysical and ecological relationships, and the productivity of managed and unmanaged terrestrial ecosystems.
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