Dr Adam Liedloff

Research Scientist

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Biography

Dr Adam Liedloff is an ecologist with 18 years experience in ecological modelling in northern Australia. His research includes modelling the impact of rainfall and fire on native savanna tree stands, modelling habitat of the Gouldian Finch, modelling agricultural farming systems including beef grazing enterprises to modelling indigenous ecological knowledge of wetland health in Kakadu National Park and bush foods in the Fitzroy River of Western Australia.

Adam is currently working to create a whole of farm enterprise model (Crop Livestock Enterprise Mode, CLEM) with a wide range of anticipated users from researchers investigating family farms in developing countries to expansive beef enterprises of northern Australia.

Prior to working with CSIRO, Dr Liedloff's PhD was conducted investigating the habitat utilisation and effects of fire on native rodents on Bribie Island, Queensland.

Other Interests

I enjoy getting outdoors chasing barramundi, playing lawn bowls and orienteering. I also enjoy developing websites and software and I am keen home cook, photographer, graphic designer and bird watcher. I have also been known to sew dresses and I am keen to further explore the complex art of pattern making.

Fields of Research

Academic Qualifications

  • 1999

    PhD
    QUT

  • 1992

    B. App. Sci. Honours
    QUT

Publications

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