About the Terrestrial Ecology Research Group
The flora and fauna of Southwestern Australia is biodiverse, distinctive and intimately shaped by the combination of stress (low nutrients) and disturbance (fire). Our research spans population and community ecology, focussing particularly on questions concerning biodiversity and fire.
Current project areas within which research student opportunities exist include:
Areas of Research
Areas of research include fire impact on shrublands and climate change impact on biodiversity.
Meet the team
The research team includes terrestrial ecologists with a range of expertise in management and restoration.
Student research opportunities
Exciting research opportunities for study exist in Terrestrial Ecology for PhD, Honours and Masters students.