XXII International Grassland Congress

The XXII International Grassland Congress (Revitalising Grasslands to Sustain Our Communities) took place in Sydney, Australia from September 15 through September 19, 2013.
Proceedings Editors: David L. Michalk, Geoffrey D. Millar, Warwick B. Badgery, and Kim M. Broadfoot
Publisher: New South Wales Department of Primary Industry, Kite St., Orange New South Wales, Australia

Browse the contents of XXII International Grassland Congress:

Plenary Papers
Track 1-01: Understanding Stress Physiology of Grasses and Forages
Track 1-02: Development and Impact of Sown Tropical Species
Track 1-03: Development and Impact of Sown Temperate Species
Track 1-04: Germplasm Preservation, Domestication and Use of Native Forage Plants
Track 1-05: Advances in Seed Science, Technology and Production
Track 1-06: Improving Efficiency of Production of Amenity and Conservation Turfgrass
Track 1-07: Prospects for Management to Increase Grassland and Forage Productivity
Track 1-08: Improving Quality of Livestock Products to Meet Market and Community Demands
Track 1-09: Adoption of Precision Management to Improve Efficiency of Grassland-Based Livestock Production
Track 1-10: Assessment and Impact of Grass and Forage Quality
Track 1-11: Advances in Forage Conservation to Improve Quality
Track 1-12: Managing Seasonality in Grassland Quality and Quantity
Track 1-13: Monitoring and Managing Grass and Forage Biomass Resources at the Landscape Level
Track 1-14: Implementing and Monitoring Management Strategies to Deal with Variability in Grasslands at Farm Level
Track 1-15: Pastures in Integrated Crop/Livestock Production Systems
Track 1-16: Production, Environment and Social Benefit of Agroforestry Systems
Track 2-01: The Ecology of Grassland and Forage Ecosystems
Track 2-02: Assessment of Grassland Condition, Stability and Sustainability
Track 2-03: Ecological Succession, Management and Restoration of Grasslands
Track 2-04: Animal-Plant Interactions
Track 2-05: Carbon Sequestration and Cycling
Track 2-06: Greenhouse Gas Dynamics and Monitoring
Track 2-07: Climate Change Impacts on Grassland Production, Composition, Distribution and Adaptation
Track 2-08: Impacts on and Adaptation of Livestock Production Systems to Climate Change
Track 2-09: Soil Quality, Biology and Plant-Soil Interactions
Track 2-10: Water Resources and Catchment Management in Grassland and Forage Systems
Track 2-11: Plant Nutrition and Nutrient Cycling
Track 2-12: Control and Management of Weeds and Diseases of Grass and Forage Systems
Track 2-13: Ecology and Control of Vertebrate and Invertebrate Pests of Grass and Forage
Track 2-14: Successful Rehabilitation in Degraded Grass and Forage Lands
Track 2-15: Biodiversity and Conservation of Grasslands
Track 2-16: Dairying in Australia in the 21st Century
Track 3-01: Improving Livelihoods from Grasslands by Balancing Human Needs and the Environment
Track 3-02: Benefits from Ecosystem Services Derived from Grasslands
Track 3-03: Managing the Policies, Trade-Offs and Incentives for Grasslands
Track 3-04: Social and Economic Adaptation to Changes in Grassland Resources and Markets
Track 3-05: Effective Pathways for Industry Use of Grasslands Technology
Track 3-06: Tools to Aid Uptake of New Technology
Track 3-07: Traditional Knowledge, Practices and Grassland Systems
Track 3-08: Innovative Methods for Grassland Research and Education
Track 3-09: Engaging the Next Generation of Grassland Researchers and Practitioners