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  • Associate Professor John Middleton | Sub-program Leader, Oceanography

    PIRSA-SARDI | Aquatic Sciences | Marine Ecosystems

    Phone: 84290956

    Mobile: 0400037130

    Email: john.middleton@sa.gov.au

    Associate Professor John Middleton Capability Statement (PDF 374.7 KB)

    Associate Professor John Middleton leads the Oceanography Sub-program within the Marine Ecosystems Program. John provides leadership in ocean modelling and monitoring programs and also leads the South…

    Associate Professor John Middleton leads the Oceanography Sub-program within the Marine Ecosystems Program. John provides leadership in ocean modelling and monitoring programs and also leads the Southern Integrated Marine Observing System (SAIMOS) mooring sub-facility. He is the Oceanography Theme leader for the Great Australian Bight Research Program.

    Qualifications

    BSc (Hons), PhD

    Related Case Studies

    • Great Australian Bight

      Great Australian Bight Research Program

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) is working with BP, CSIRO,  the University of Adelaide and Flinders University on a 4 year, $20 million research program to improve our understanding of the environmental, economic and social value of the Great Australian Bight.

      Read More about Great Australian Bight Research Program
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      National Oat Breeding Program

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) leads the National Oat Breeding program, developing high quality export hay varieties along with improved milling oats – including improved nutritional value.

      Read More about National Oat Breeding Program
    • Woman testing soil in a lab

      Know before you sow - SARDI soil tests

      DNA-based soil testing developed by the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) is helping to prevent crop losses which cost growers an estimated $300 million a year across Australia.

      Read More about Know before you sow - SARDI soil tests
    • Green crop closeup

      What to sow - vital advice for growers

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) delivers relevant, timely and independent advice on all major broadacre crops grown in South Australia, and also provides growers with disease and pest solutions.

      Read More about What to sow - vital advice for growers
    • Golden wheat field closeup

      Pasture seed bank prepares for the future

      Australia’s first national pasture and forage genetic resource centre is managed by the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI).

      Read More about Pasture seed bank prepares for the future
    • piglets walking

      Better production for chicken and pork

      South Australia is a national research leader in improving the production of intensive livestock production industries – poultry and pork.

      Read More about Better production for chicken and pork
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    Publications

    Doubell, M.J., James, C., Redondo-Rodriguez, A. and Middleton, J.F. (2018). Identifying areas for finfish aquaculture in Spencer Gulf. Final Report prepared for Clean Seas Seafood Ltd - RESTRICTED. South Australian Research and Development Institute (Aquatic Sciences), Adelaide. SARDI Publication No. F2018/000191-1. SARDI Research Report Series No. 986. 19pp.
    RESTRICTED

    Middleton, J. F., Sanderey, P., James, C., Mattner, T., Rough, K. and Roberts, S. South Australian Research and Development Institute (Aquatic Sciences) 2017. eSA-Marine - phase 1: the first step towards an operational now-cast/forecast ocean prediction system for Southern Australia. Adelaide, October.
    eSA-Marine - phase 1: the first step towards an operational now-cast/forecast ocean prediction system for Southern Australia Download (1.7 MB)

    Ward, T.M., Middleton, J., Griffin, D., Kloser, R., van Ruth, P., Goldsworthy, S., Davies, C., Williams, A., Tanner, J., Ross, A., Young, M., Beer, A., Pascoe, S., Kempton, R., Fulton, E. and Bulman, C. (2017). Socio-ecological systems of the Great Australian Bight: synthesis of results and findings. Final Synthesis Report GABRP Project 7.1. Great Australian Bight Research Program, GABRP Research Report Series Number 28, 90pp.
    https://www.misa.net.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0017/301922/GABRP_Research_Report_Series_Number_28_01082018.pdf

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  • Prof Simon Goldsworthy | Sub-program Leader, Ecosystem Effects of Fishing & Aquaculture

    PIRSA-SARDI | Aquatic Sciences | Marine Ecosystems

    Phone: 84290268

    Mobile: 0428102831

    Email: simon.goldsworthy@sa.gov.au

    Prof Simon Goldsworthy Capability Statement (PDF 385.3 KB)

    Prof Simon Goldsworthy leads the Ecosystem Effects of Fishing and Aquaculture (EEFA) Sub-program at SARDI. The role is focused on developing research programs and providing management advice into the …

    Prof Simon Goldsworthy leads the Ecosystem Effects of Fishing and Aquaculture (EEFA) Sub-program at SARDI. The role is focused on developing research programs and providing management advice into the ecosystem effects of fishing and aquaculture, with a key focus on the impacts of these activities on threatened, endangered and protected marine species (protected under the Commonwealth’s Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999); and the use of ecosystem models to inform the sustainable management of aquatic resources that underpin fishery production and ecosystem health.

    Qualifications

    BSc, PhD

    Related Case Studies

    • Great Australian Bight

      Great Australian Bight Research Program

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) is working with BP, CSIRO,  the University of Adelaide and Flinders University on a 4 year, $20 million research program to improve our understanding of the environmental, economic and social value of the Great Australian Bight.

      Read More about Great Australian Bight Research Program
    • close up of green crop

      National Oat Breeding Program

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) leads the National Oat Breeding program, developing high quality export hay varieties along with improved milling oats – including improved nutritional value.

      Read More about National Oat Breeding Program
    • Woman testing soil in a lab

      Know before you sow - SARDI soil tests

      DNA-based soil testing developed by the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) is helping to prevent crop losses which cost growers an estimated $300 million a year across Australia.

      Read More about Know before you sow - SARDI soil tests
    • Green crop closeup

      What to sow - vital advice for growers

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) delivers relevant, timely and independent advice on all major broadacre crops grown in South Australia, and also provides growers with disease and pest solutions.

      Read More about What to sow - vital advice for growers
    • Golden wheat field closeup

      Pasture seed bank prepares for the future

      Australia’s first national pasture and forage genetic resource centre is managed by the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI).

      Read More about Pasture seed bank prepares for the future
    • piglets walking

      Better production for chicken and pork

      South Australia is a national research leader in improving the production of intensive livestock production industries – poultry and pork.

      Read More about Better production for chicken and pork
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    Publications

    Goldsworthy, S. D.1, Bailleul, F.1, Mackay, A. I.1 and Holman, D.2(2016). Assessment of Australian sea lion pup abundance at Olive and Jones Islands: 2015/16. Report to Taronga Zoo, Taronga Field Conservation Grants. South Australian Research and Development Institute (Aquatic Sciences), Adelaide. SARDI Publication No. F2016/000551-1. SARDI Research Report Series No. 936. 17pp.
    Assessment of Australian sea lion pup abundance at Olive and Jones Islands: 2015/16. Report to Taronga Zoo, Taronga Field Conservation Grants Download (755.0 KB)

    Goldsworthy, S.D., Loo, M., Fowler, A., Steer, M. and Noell, C. South Australian Research and Development Institute (Aquatic Sciences) 2017, A trophic model for Gulf St Vincent: Balancing exploitation of three fisheries in an EBFM framework. Adelaide, April.
    A trophic model for Gulf St Vincent: Balancing exploitation of three fisheries in an EBFM framework Download (5.2 MB)

    Rogers PJ, Drew M, Bailleul F and Goldsworthy SD (2016). Offshore survey of the biodiversity, distributions and habitat use of pelagic sharks in the Great Australian Bight. GABRP Research Report Number 7, Great Australian Bight Research Program, August 2016, 77pp.
    Offshore survey of the biodiversity, distributions and habitat use of pelagic sharks in the Great Australian Bight Download (7.1 MB)

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  • Tim Sutton | Science Leader, Crop Improvement

    PIRSA-SARDI | Sustainable Systems | Crop Improvement

    Phone: (08) 8429 0787

    Mobile: 0472 865 154

    Email: tim.sutton@sa.gov.au

    Tim Sutton Capability Statement (PDF 370.8 KB)

    Dr Tim Sutton is the Principal Scientist, Crop Improvement at SARDI. The role is responsible for the development of molecular tools, novel germplasm and elite varieties for the Australian grains and p…

    Dr Tim Sutton is the Principal Scientist, Crop Improvement at SARDI. The role is responsible for the development of molecular tools, novel germplasm and elite varieties for the Australian grains and pasture industry to improve grower profitability and sustainability.

    Qualifications

    PhD, BAgSc

    Related Case Studies

    • Great Australian Bight

      Great Australian Bight Research Program

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) is working with BP, CSIRO,  the University of Adelaide and Flinders University on a 4 year, $20 million research program to improve our understanding of the environmental, economic and social value of the Great Australian Bight.

      Read More about Great Australian Bight Research Program
    • close up of green crop

      National Oat Breeding Program

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) leads the National Oat Breeding program, developing high quality export hay varieties along with improved milling oats – including improved nutritional value.

      Read More about National Oat Breeding Program
    • Woman testing soil in a lab

      Know before you sow - SARDI soil tests

      DNA-based soil testing developed by the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) is helping to prevent crop losses which cost growers an estimated $300 million a year across Australia.

      Read More about Know before you sow - SARDI soil tests
    • Green crop closeup

      What to sow - vital advice for growers

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) delivers relevant, timely and independent advice on all major broadacre crops grown in South Australia, and also provides growers with disease and pest solutions.

      Read More about What to sow - vital advice for growers
    • Golden wheat field closeup

      Pasture seed bank prepares for the future

      Australia’s first national pasture and forage genetic resource centre is managed by the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI).

      Read More about Pasture seed bank prepares for the future
    • piglets walking

      Better production for chicken and pork

      South Australia is a national research leader in improving the production of intensive livestock production industries – poultry and pork.

      Read More about Better production for chicken and pork
    View all Primary Industries and Regions SA case studies

    Publications

    Heard, M., Sutton, S.G., Rogers, P.J. and Huveneers, C. (2016). Actions speak louder than words: Tournament angling as an avenue to promote best practice for pelagic shark fishing. Marine Policy 64, 168?173.
    https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2015.11.019

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  • Jessica Jolley | Senior Research Scientist (Statistics)

    PIRSA-SARDI | Livestock & Farming Systems | Food Safety & Innovation

    Phone: (08) 8429 2362

    Mobile: 0488 170 741

    Fax: (08) 8303 9424

    Email: jessica.jolley@sa.gov.au

    Jessica Jolley Capability Statement (PDF 410.5 KB)

    Jessica Jolley is the Senior Research Scientist (Statistics) within the Food Safety and Innovation science program at SARDI. Her role is responsible for providing statistical and mathematical skills a…

    Jessica Jolley is the Senior Research Scientist (Statistics) within the Food Safety and Innovation science program at SARDI. Her role is responsible for providing statistical and mathematical skills and expertise to research projects related to agriculture, food safety and food innovation. She also develops and delivers industry-focused multi-stakeholder research projects which address industry needs.

    Qualifications

    BMa (App Maths, Stats) , MPhil (Stats)

    Related Case Studies

    • Great Australian Bight

      Great Australian Bight Research Program

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) is working with BP, CSIRO,  the University of Adelaide and Flinders University on a 4 year, $20 million research program to improve our understanding of the environmental, economic and social value of the Great Australian Bight.

      Read More about Great Australian Bight Research Program
    • close up of green crop

      National Oat Breeding Program

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) leads the National Oat Breeding program, developing high quality export hay varieties along with improved milling oats – including improved nutritional value.

      Read More about National Oat Breeding Program
    • Woman testing soil in a lab

      Know before you sow - SARDI soil tests

      DNA-based soil testing developed by the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) is helping to prevent crop losses which cost growers an estimated $300 million a year across Australia.

      Read More about Know before you sow - SARDI soil tests
    • Green crop closeup

      What to sow - vital advice for growers

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) delivers relevant, timely and independent advice on all major broadacre crops grown in South Australia, and also provides growers with disease and pest solutions.

      Read More about What to sow - vital advice for growers
    • Golden wheat field closeup

      Pasture seed bank prepares for the future

      Australia’s first national pasture and forage genetic resource centre is managed by the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI).

      Read More about Pasture seed bank prepares for the future
    • piglets walking

      Better production for chicken and pork

      South Australia is a national research leader in improving the production of intensive livestock production industries – poultry and pork.

      Read More about Better production for chicken and pork
    View all Primary Industries and Regions SA case studies

    Read
  • Paul Petrie | Research Scientist, Viticulture

    PIRSA-SARDI | Sustainable Systems | Water Resources Viticulture & Irrigated Crops

    Phone: (08) 8303 94

    Mobile: 0400 950 125

    Email: paul.petrie@sa.gov.au

    Paul Petrie Capability Statement (PDF 392.0 KB)

    Dr Paul Petrie is a Viticulture Scientist in a joint appointment between the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) and The Australian Wine Research Institute (AWRI). 

    Dr Paul Petrie is a Viticulture Scientist in a joint appointment between the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) and The Australian Wine Research Institute (AWRI).

    Qualifications

    BHortSc(Hons), PhD

    Related Case Studies

    • Great Australian Bight

      Great Australian Bight Research Program

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) is working with BP, CSIRO,  the University of Adelaide and Flinders University on a 4 year, $20 million research program to improve our understanding of the environmental, economic and social value of the Great Australian Bight.

      Read More about Great Australian Bight Research Program
    • close up of green crop

      National Oat Breeding Program

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) leads the National Oat Breeding program, developing high quality export hay varieties along with improved milling oats – including improved nutritional value.

      Read More about National Oat Breeding Program
    • Woman testing soil in a lab

      Know before you sow - SARDI soil tests

      DNA-based soil testing developed by the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) is helping to prevent crop losses which cost growers an estimated $300 million a year across Australia.

      Read More about Know before you sow - SARDI soil tests
    • Green crop closeup

      What to sow - vital advice for growers

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) delivers relevant, timely and independent advice on all major broadacre crops grown in South Australia, and also provides growers with disease and pest solutions.

      Read More about What to sow - vital advice for growers
    • Golden wheat field closeup

      Pasture seed bank prepares for the future

      Australia’s first national pasture and forage genetic resource centre is managed by the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI).

      Read More about Pasture seed bank prepares for the future
    • piglets walking

      Better production for chicken and pork

      South Australia is a national research leader in improving the production of intensive livestock production industries – poultry and pork.

      Read More about Better production for chicken and pork
    View all Primary Industries and Regions SA case studies

    Read
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