Wendy Quayle

Senior Research FellowCeRRF Griffith Deakin University

I am originally from the UK and came to work in Australia in 2001 as a soil and water quality research scientist for CSIRO.  I am currently working for the Center for Regional and Rural Futures,  Deakin University, based in Griffith. My work is focused on the optimization of water quality and nutrient management in irrigated cropping to ensure long term soil sustainability and crop productivity.  I enjoy bushwalking and being out in nature, going to the gym, cooking, travel and being with my partner looking after our 2 sons.

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