Dr Richard Doyle
Senior Lecturer in Soil Science
PhD, MSc, BSc(Hons)
|Centre||Perennial Horticulture Centre; School of Agricultural Science|
|Campus||Sandy Bay Campus|
|Building||Life Sciences Building|
|Telephone||+61 3 6226 2622|
|Mobile||0419 992 264|
|Fax||+61 3 6226 7444|
I lecture in topics including soil survey, soil formation, soil erosion, land evaluation, soil physics, soil mineralogy and soil chemistry.
I am Unit Coordinator and Lecturer for the following units:
I also supervise honours and postgraduate students in a range of topics.
A full list of publications can be found on Dr Doyle's WARP research page.
Soil formation, classification and properties, teaching of soil and agricultural science, soil forensics, land resource assessment
Dr. Richard Doyle has over 20 years research and teaching experience in Universities and private organizations in New Zealand, Africa and Australia. Richard is a Senior Lecturer in Soil Science specializing in soil formation, land evaluation, pesticides in soil and soil carbon dynamics. Within the School of Agricultural Science he coordinates and teaches three units. He has supervised/co-supervised 20 honours, 12 PhD and two Master's research project completions. In 2004 he won a Rotary International University Teacher Scholarship to teach soil science at the University of Namibia for one semester. Richard has been involved in research into the fate of pesticides in soils, soil carbon balances, rural tree decline, soil salinity (NHT), soil formation processes and various geoarchaeology projects. He completed both his Masters and PhD on geoarcheological projects in northern Greece.