New paper discussing how we monitor the wild outdoors. Good ecosystem data does not just fall from the sky. It takes hard work, a great team, and a lot of planning. In this paper, we discuss they different types of environmental monitoring practices in use today, and how they can be combined to collect the best data possible. Check it out here.
New paper looking at the diets of deepwater sharks. Did you know almost 1/3 of the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area is in waters deeper than 200 m? In these depths there is an incredible diversity of life that we have yet to study. In this paper, we used stable isotope analysis to compare the diets of deepwater sharks on the Great Barrier Reef. Check it out here!
AMP Tomorrow Maker awards announced. I am thrilled and humbled to have been selected as a 2019 AMP Tomorrow Maker. This award will help support my research into the diversity and distribution of C4 plants. My Tomorrow Maker profile can be found on the AMP website. You can read more about my project in my Research section.
Alien plants alter the growth form ratio and structure of Australian grasslands. In this paper we asked two important questions: do alien species alter species composition or % growth forms in grasslands? Do particular alien species decrease native plant diversity?
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