Professor Mariana Rufino

Professor of Agricultural Systems

Research Overview

My expertise is on farming systems research, combining agricultural and environmental sciences. I use modelling, field experimentation and surveys to investigate the determinants of land productivity and the impacts on food security. Since 2005, I have been conducting research on adaptation and mitigation of climate change on farming systems. This research looks for incentives for land users to improve crop and livestock productivity and to reduce GHG emissions to the atmosphere.

Global Food Security (Journal)
Editorial activity

European Journal of Agronomy (Journal)
Editorial activity

Agricultural Systems (Journal)
Editorial activity

Highly Cited Researcher
National/international honour

  • Environment and Agriculture
  • Lancaster Intelligent, Robotic and Autonomous Systems Centre
  • Soil Plant and Land Systems
  • Sustainable Catchments