Dr Everard Edwards

Research Team Leader

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Biography

Dr Edwards’ research has ranged from post-harvest physiology, to plant physiological ecology to management of horticultural crops, but has always focussed on plant-environment interactions. In particular, Dr Edwards has expertise in the interactive effects of climate change (elevated CO2, elevated temperature, extreme temperature events) on plant production and physiology; irrigation management and the impacts of soil water deficit on perennial horticultural crops (grapevine, almond); and crop management in viticulture.

Current Roles

  • Research Team Leader
    Grapevine and perennial horticulture physiology team

Academic Qualifications

  • 1997

    PhD
    The Nottingham Trent University

  • 1992

    Bachelor of Science (Hons)
    The University of Sheffield

Professional Experiences

  • 2006-2011

    Research Scientist
    CSIRO

  • 2001-2006

    Post-doctoral Fellow
    The Australian National University, Australia

  • 1998-2001

    Post-doctoral Fellow
    The University of York, UK

Grants

  • 2017-2022

    Wine Australia CSA1701-2.1: Physiology of root:shoot interactions.

  • 2016-2019

    Wine Australia CSA1601: New technologies for dynamic canopy and disease management

  • 2013-2020

    Hort Innovation AL13009: Better tree performance and water use efficiency through root system resilience.

  • 2012-2017

    Wine Australia CSP1202: Improving industry capacity to manage the yield and wine quality relationship through understanding the influence of vine carbon balance on berry composition.

  • 2009-2013

    Wine Australia CSP0902: Achieving water use efficiency and improved drought tolerance with rootstocks.

Community and Corporate Citizenship

Publications

We have publications by Dr Everard Edwards
For more publications, please see Researcher ID: B-3132-2008 ORCID: 0000-0003-2718-2329