AbstractDr. Claude Caldwell is a professor in the Department of Plant and Animal Science in the Faculty of Agriculture, Dalhousie
University and presently Associate Dean, Academic.
By formal training he is an ecologist and plant biophysicist. However, he has been active in agriculture since 1980, when
he started as a research scientist with AAFC in Alberta. He has particular expertise in cropping systems, new crop development
and agroecology. Claude has more than 15 years of extensive international experience, including the provision of technical
and facilitation services in training, extension and curriculum development under various projects in Cambodia, China, the
Gambia, Vietnam, The Philippines, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Indonesia, Tanzania and Ethiopia.
<h2>Claude Caldwell, B.Sc.(Hon.) (Mount Allison), M.Sc.(Dalhousie), Ph.D (East Anglia) </h2>
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New crop development