CLIFF-GRADS Science Collaboration Series 2020 - Thematic student session: Ruminant systems
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Leahy S, Feyissa AA, Pepeeta B, Martinez JV, Arowolo M. 2020. CLIFF-GRADS Science Collaboration Series 2020 - Thematic student session: Ruminant systems, 22 September 2020. Wageningen, The Netherlands: Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases (GRA) & CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS).
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Learn more about the CLIFF-GRADS Program and Alumni: https://ccafs.cgiar.org/CLIFF-GRADS Featured Speaker: Dr. Sinead Leahy, Senior Scientist, the New Zealand Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Research Centre (NZAGRC) Student Speakers: Abraham Abera Feyissa, Ethiopia Bulelani Pepeeta, South Africa Juan de Jesus Vargas Martinez, Colombia Muhammed Arowolo, Nigeria The 2020 CLIFF-GRADS Science Collaboration Series was developed to facilitate technical capability building, knowledge transfer and international collaboration for the CLIFF-GRADS Alumni. Particularly for the Round 3 CLIFF-GRADS whose research stays have been delayed due to the global Covid-19 Pandemic. In addition to a series of special sessions with guest speakers, these webinars provide a platform for the Round 3 students to present their PhD research and research questions to their CLIFF-GRADS peers. Through establishing research connections, the CLIFF- GRADS Alumni network can connect internationally and across research institutes. Thematic Sessions Specifically, during a series of thematic sessions, the Round 3 students will have the opportunity to clarify their PhD research questions and/or research direction with their peers. The thematic sessions have been disaggregated into the following agricultural systems: i) integrated, ii) pastoral and agronomy, iii) ruminant, iv) rice and v) soil.
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SubjectsLOW EMISSIONS DEVELOPMENT;
Investors/sponsorsGlobal Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases
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