Grants

Our group has received over $2.5 million in competitive funding. Most of this funding has come from the Australian Research Counci (ARC), with smaller amounts from the Australian Academy of Science (AAS) and University internal schemes.

Investigator(s) Project name
Type
Year(s) Agency, scheme

$,000

Warren The metabolic footprint of plants
C
 2010/2014
ARC, Future Fellowship
 803
McArthur, Warren, Pile Chemistry of leaves
P
2008
University of Sydney, Grant scheme
50
Warren Understanding plant uptake of organic and inorganic nitrogen for optimal fertiliser application in forestry
C
2009-2011
ARC, Linkage
257
Epron and Warren Determinants of carbon isotope discrimination
P
2008
University of Sydney, International Visiting Fellowship
20
Warren (CI) et al. Tuneable diode laser for field and laboratory measurement of stable isotopes of CO2
P
2008
ARC, LIEF
180
Warren (CI) et al. Determinants of water-use efficiency of plants
P
2007/2009 DEST, French-Australian Science & Technology
14
Warren (CI) et al. Facility for the analysis of photosynthesis
P
2007
Uni of Sydney, Major Equipment
190
Warren (CI)  
P
2006
AAS, JG Russell award
4
Warren (CI & QEII fellow) How do plants cope with temporal variability in water and nutrients?
P
2006/2010 ARC, Discovery & QEII
820
Warren (CI) et al. High temperature limits of leaf function
P
2005/2007 ARC, Linkage International
24
Warren (CI & APD fellow), Dreyer (PI) Economics of carbon, nitrogen and water use in Acacia and Eucalyptus
P
2003/2006 ARC, Discovery & APD
255
Warren, Adams P, Ringrose Secondary succession and nitrogen economy of plants in wet forests of SE Australia
P
2004/2006 Uni of Melb, Joint Awards Program
6
Warren, Adams P, Ringrose Secondary succession and nitrogen economy of plants at the Warra LTER
P
2004/2006 Forestry Tas, Small Project Grant
3

Westoby (CI) & 45 others; Warren = listed participant

Australia-New Zealand Research Network for Vegetation Function
P
2004/2008 ARC, Network
.
Warren Limitations of photosynthesis: implications for modelling. To visit University of Victoria (BC, Canada)
P
2004/2005 AAS, Scientific Visits
8
Warren Effect of elevated CO2 on photosynthesis of Pinus pinaster. To visit INRA (Nancy, France)
P
2000/2001 AAS, Scientific Visits
5

CI=chief investigator; PI=partner investigator; OI=overseas investigator, APD=Australian post-doctoral fellowship, QEII=Queen Elizabeth the second fellowship

R=requested; C=current; P=past