Roshan Thapa

Roshan Thapa
Charles Sturt University · Library

PhD, GradDipInfoStud CSturt, BForSc(Hons) Melb

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Introduction
Make a significant contribution to research and development, and become a leading scientist.
Additional affiliations
October 2012 - May 2015
Charles Sturt University
Position
  • Data Librarian
August 2009 - July 2010
Charles Sturt University
Position
  • Research Assistant
October 2005 - July 2009
Charles Sturt University
Position
  • PhD
Education
March 2012 - December 2015
Charles Sturt University
Field of study
  • Information Science
October 2005 - July 2009
Charles Sturt University
Field of study
  • Grassland Ecology
March 1999 - December 2002
University of Melbourne
Field of study
  • Forest Sciene

Publications

Publications (19)
Technical Report
Open Access: http://researchoutput.csu.edu.au/R/-?func=dbin-jump-full&object_id=70093&local_base=GEN01-CSU01
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Recruitment of new perennial grass plants within existing grassland ecosystems is determined by seed availability, suitable microsites, nutrients and climatic conditions, water and temperatures. This paper reports on the development of criteria to predict recruitment events using modelled soil moisture conditions associated with recruitment of spec...
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A successful recruitment event in perennial grasslands is infrequent and when it occurs, the rate of recruitment and survival is low, <1% in most occasions. This paper reports on two field experiments that investigate the effects of biomass manipulation, seed level modification and site preparation on the recruitment of Phalaris aquatica seedlings....
Technical Report
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Many permanent pastures across southern Australia have sub-optimal levels of perennial grass species, below that required for sustainability. However, increasing perennial grass content by conventional re-sowing is often unprofitable. Research in central New South Wales, with the native grasses, wallaby grass (Austrodanthonia spp.) and red grass (B...
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Two field experiments, one each on Austrodanthonia spp. and Bothriochloa macra, investigated the effects of biomass manipulation, seed level modification, site preparation and pasture composition on the recruitment of native perennial grass seedlings. The experiments coincided with drier than average years and although successful emergence of seedl...
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