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Research Fellow, Centre for Applied Climate Sciences, University of Southern Queensland

Climate and weather necessarily shape many important aspects of the agricultural industries, from the field to the finished product. Doctor Chelsea Jarvis is a Senior Scientist at the University of Southern Queensland’s Centre for Applied Climate Sciences, focusing on communicating advancements in climate science to primary producers to assist in on-property management. She works closely with the pastoral industry across northern Australia.

With an undergraduate degree in geography that included a strong focus on climate, vegetation, and water use, Chelsea pursued a Masters and then a PhD in applied climatology. She has published a number of papers evaluating the relationship between large-scale climate drivers, such as El Niño, and primary production and has a special interest in communicating climate science to end users as well as taking recommendations from the producers back to the researchers.


  • –present
    Research fellow, University of Southern Queensland