#University of Western Australia
Recent graduations from the Ecosystem Change Ecology team
Congratulations to Tori Reynolds, Poasa Nauluvula, Shenade Findlay and Caitlin Nagle! In recent months we have had four of our […]
New team members: Shenade Findlay, Glenn Maslen & Amanda Emmett
Welcome to Shenade, Glenn and Amanda, our new students for 2019 in the Ecosystem Change Ecology team. Shenade is […]
New publication: What’s your beef? Global solutions for a more sustainable agriculture.
How to reduce the global environmental footprint of meat and dairy consumption. Many people love their beef, lamb and dairy […]
New publication: logging, exotic plant invasions and native plant reassembly in the lowland tropical rainforests of Borneo.
Do logging and exotic invasive plants affect tropical rainforests? Biological invasions present a major concern globally. Plant invaders often take […]
New publication: logging of Borneo’s rainforests, the impacts on plant communities
How does logging affect the diversity of rainforest understorey plant communities in terms of functional traits and ancestral relatedness? Borneo’s […]
New team members: Shilu Zheng & James Barr
Welcome to Shilu and James who will be undertaking their PhDs in the Ecosystem Change Ecology team. Shilu will be […]
New team members: Katie White & Dennis Byrne
Welcome to Katie and Dennis who will be doing their BSc(Hons) year with CSIRO and the University of Western Australia. […]
New team member: Karen Bell
Karen Bell will join the Ecosystem Change Ecology team in October 2016 as a joint position between CSIRO and the University of Western Australia, where she will be a Lecturer in Plant Ecology in the School of Plant Biology.
Recent graduations: Alice Watt
Congratulations to Alice Watt BSc(Hons)! Alice Watt has recently graduated from the University of Western Australia. She completed her BSc(Hons) […]
Job opportunity: would you like to join our team?
Research Scientist position open Tenure: Indefinite (cf. ‘tenurable ongoing’) Level: CSOF5 (cf. Aus Level B) More details & to apply: http://bit.ly/1TV6wkX […]
Research note: Banksia woodland fieldwork
The recent fieldwork season has been a busy one for PhD student Juliana Pille Arnold. From September to December 2015 she […]