Jamie Burton

Jamie Burton

Jamie is a third year PhD candidate studying litter bed flammability. She is using existing datasets, laboratory and field experiments to better understand the factors which influence litter bed flammability.  Jamie started her PhD in 2019 after becoming interested in...
Ella Plumanns Pouton

Ella Plumanns Pouton

Ella is a PhD candidate investigating the effects of fire regimes, climate, and other environmental contexts on plant diversity in heathland ecosystems. She is examining these effects using a combination of field work, glasshouse studies and modelling. Ella is also...
Andy Wiechnik

Andy Wiechnik

Andy is a PhD candidate investigating how south-eastern Australia’s changing fire regimes (which are trending towards increasingly large, frequent and severe fires) impact plant community recovery, and how these trends can drive shifts in community composition over...
Lily Wheeler

Lily Wheeler

Lily is a PhD candidate investigating the effect fire regimes and a changing climate have on biodiversity, with a focus on mammal species. She is interested in using a combination of field data and simulation modelling to predict how populations will change over time....
Aaron Heap

Aaron Heap

Aaron originates from Aotearoa (New Zealand) and brings with him a background in biodiversity management, conservation, and freshwater ecology. Since moving to Australia he has completed a Masters of Ecosystem Management and Conservation at the University of...

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