Dr John Angus: improving wheat management
Dr John Angus is conducting research into the nitrogen requirements of crop plants.
29 April 2010 | Updated 24 November 2011
In this article
- Publishing History
Dr John Angus currently works in these areas:
After completing his doctorate in Melbourne, Australia, Dr Angus worked briefly in the Australian Commonwealth Public Service in Canberra before joining CSIRO in 1973.
He worked in the Land Division until 1987 and has since been at CSIRO Plant Industry. During this time he has taken visiting scientist positions at the International Rice Research Institute in the Philippines and at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Uppsala and Umeå.
Dr Angus graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Agricultural Science in 1967.
He was awarded his Doctorate, also from the University of Melbourne, in 1971.
Dr Angus is a Fellow of the:
- Australian Institute of Agricultural Science and Technology, 1992
- American Society of Agronomy, 2001.
He has been awarded a Medal of Australian Agriculture, 2006.
Dr Angus is a:
- Member of the editorial board of Field Crops Research
- Former chairman of the Advisory Board of the Australian Journal of Agricultural Research.
See a list of scientific papers published by Dr Angus on the next page.