CMS PhD candidate Rich Cottrell’s research highlighted in University of Tasmania article

Recent published paper on “Food production shocks across land and sea” by PhD student Rich Cottrell and CMS researchers in Nature Sustainability, was highlighted in an UTAS News article. To read whole article please go to the following link: http://www.media.utas.edu.au/general-news/all-news/extreme-weather-and-geopolitics-major-drivers-of-increasing-food-shocks    

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Bridging the land-sea divide: links, interactions and trade-offs for food security and biodiversity

Project Outline and objectives: Very little work has focused on linking the interactions and trade-offs among food production systems on land and sea. The combined effects of growing human population and climate impacts on ecosystems will pose significant challenges for sustainable food production in the future. To gain better understanding…

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