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Tailoring biochar for environmental applications

Biomass-derived natural biochar, also referred to as black carbon, is ubiquitous in soils. Soil biochar can influence a number of biogeochemical processes, and serves as a sink for more...

Supervisor(s): Singh, Balwant (Professor)

How do Australian plants cope with phosphorus deficiency?

Determine how Australian native plants can cope with phosphorus deficiency more...

Supervisor(s): Warren, Charles (Associate Professor)

Experimental Ecology of Marine Organisms

We supervise projects in experimental marine ecology; we would like to support you to develop your own research interests in marine ecology. more...

Supervisor(s): Coleman, Ross (Professor), Figueira, William (Associate Professor)

How can animals cope with climatic variability?

Research to discover how the environment affects animal function, and if and how animals can compensate for environmental variability. more...

Supervisor(s): Seebacher, Frank (Professor)

Evolutionary relationships of aerobic and anaerobic metabolic reactions

The generation of oxygen in the earth’s atmosphere by oxygenic photosynthesis was the most important environmental event to affect both biology and geology. Accumulation of mo more...

Supervisor(s): Chen, Min (Professor)

Ecohydrology of flood water and groundwater dependent terrestrial vegetation systems

Hydrology impacts the structure and pattern of vegetation in a landscape, and conversely, vegetation influences water resources through storage of water, feedback of moisture and fi more...

Supervisor(s): Vervoort, Willem (Associate Professor)

Plant-microbial interactive effects on soil carbon in relation to soil structure

Maintaining healthy soils is vital for sustaining terrestrial life on earth.  The functioning of soil is to a large degree defined by its structure.  Soil structure affect more...

Supervisor(s): Dijkstra, Feike (Associate Professor)

Molecular genetics of plant development

Genes and gene networks involved in plant development. more...

Supervisor(s): Byrne, Mary (Associate Professor)

The substitution and formation of red-shifted chlorophylls

Novel pigments and new directions in photosynthesis: past, now and future more...

Supervisor(s): Chen, Min (Professor)

Spectral extension in photosynthesis: molecular mechanism of photosynthesis driven by red-shifted chlorophylls

Novel pigments and new directions in photosynthesis: past, now and future. There are five different forms of chlorophylls, Chl a, Chl b, Chl c, Chl d and Chl f. Chlorophyll a i more...

Supervisor(s): Chen, Min (Professor)