Jeffrey White
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Jeffrey W. White


Summary

BA, Biology: Harvard College, 1975
PhD, Botany: Univ. California, Berkeley, 1981
Post-doc: International Potato Center, 1981-1983
Research scientist, bean physiology: International Center for Tropical Agriculture, 1983-1995
Research scientist, GIS & crop simulation: CIMMYT, 1995-2002
Research scientist, climate change impacts: USDA-ARS, 2003-present

Current research concerns adaptation of crops to climatic uncertainty including under warming and increased CO2. Emphasis on genetic basis of adaptation has led to increasing involvement in field-based high throughput phenotyping.

Agricultural Science Databases Ecology Scientific Computing & Simulation

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Research Plant Physiologist

USDA-ARS, ALARC
Plant Physiology & Genetics

Research Plant Physiologist

USDA-ARS, ALARC
Plant Physiology & Genetics

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Articles published in PeerJ

Emerging semantics to link phenotype and environment

December 14th, 2015
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