Achim Dobermann

NameAchim Dobermann
Job titleDirector Rothamsted Research
Email addressachim.dobermann@rothamsted.ac.uk
DepartmentDirectorate
Research clusterBCP: Pesticide Resistance
OfficeHarpenden

Research outputs

Exploring future food provision scenarios for China

Ma, L., Bai, Z., Ma, M., Guo, M., Jiang, R., Liu, J., Oenema, O., Velthof, G. L., Whitmore, A. P., Crawford, J. W., Dobermann, A., Schwoob, M. and Zhang, F. 2019. Exploring future food provision scenarios for China. Environmental Science & Technology. 53 (3), pp. 1385-1393.

Agronomic and environmental causes of yield and nitrogen use efficiency gaps in Chinese rice farming systems

An, N., Wei, W., Qiao, L., Zhang, F., Christie, P., Jiang, R., Dobermann, A., Goulding, K. W. T., Fan, J. and Fan, M. 2018. Agronomic and environmental causes of yield and nitrogen use efficiency gaps in Chinese rice farming systems. European Journal of Agronomy. 93, pp. 40-49.

When the need for change dawns

Dobermann, A. 2017. When the need for change dawns. Lewis Business Media.

Translating the Sustainable Development Goals into action: A participatory backcasting approach for developing national agricultural transformation pathways

Kanter, D. R., Schwoob, M. H., Baethgen, W. E., Bervejillo, J. E., Carriquiry, M., Dobermann, A., Ferraro, B., Lanfranco, B., Mondelli, M., Penengo, C., Saldias, R., Silva, M. E. and De Lima, J. M. S. 2016. Translating the Sustainable Development Goals into action: A participatory backcasting approach for developing national agricultural transformation pathways. Global Food Security. 10 (March), pp. 71-79.

Agronomic improvements can make future cereal systems in South Asia far more productive and result in a lower environmental footprint

Ladha, J. K., Rao, A. N., Raman, A. K., Padre, A. T., Dobermann, A., Gathala, M., Kumar, V., Saharawat, Y., Sharma, S., Piepho, H. P., Alam, M. M., Liak, R., Rajendran, R., Reddy, C. K., Parsad, R., Sharma, P. C., Singh, S. S., Saha, A. and Noor, S. 2016. Agronomic improvements can make future cereal systems in South Asia far more productive and result in a lower environmental footprint. Global Change Biology. 22 (3), pp. 1054-1074.

Exploiting Co-Benefits of Increased Rice Production and Reduced Greenhouse Gas Emission through Optimized Crop and Soil Management

An, N., Fan, M., Zhang, F., Christie, P., Yang, J., Huang, J., Guo, S., Shi, X., Tang, Q., Peng, J., Zhong, X., Sun, Y., Lv, S., Jiang, R. and Dobermann, A. 2015. Exploiting Co-Benefits of Increased Rice Production and Reduced Greenhouse Gas Emission through Optimized Crop and Soil Management. PLOS ONE. 10 (10), p. e0140023.

Educating and Training a Workforce for Nutrition in a Post-2015 World

Fanzo, J. C., Graziose, M. M., Kraemer, K., Gillespie, S., Johnston, J. L., de Pee, S., Monterrosa, E., Badham, J., Bloem, M. W., Dangour, A. D., Deckelbaum, R., Dobermann, A., Fracassi, P., Hossain, S. M. M., Ingram, J., Jerling, J. C., Jones, C. J., Jap, S. I., Kiess, L., Marshall, Q., Martin, K., Narayan, A., Amuyunzu-Nayamongo, M., Pepping, F. and West, K. P. 2015. Educating and Training a Workforce for Nutrition in a Post-2015 World. Advances in Nutrition. 6 (6), pp. 639-647.

Growing innovations for the bioeconomy

Karp, A., Beale, M. H., Beaudoin, F., Eastmond, P. J., Neal, A. L., Shield, I. F., Townsend, B. J. and Dobermann, A. 2015. Growing innovations for the bioeconomy. Nature Plants. 1, p. 15193.

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