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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)

REGIONAL ECONOMIC DYNAMICS IN CHINA AND WHAT THEY MEAN FOR SUSTAINABILITY

This project will employ structural decomposition analysis and a comprehensive Chinese database (Wang et al. 2015; Wang 2017) to analyse changes in China’s economic structure more...

Supervisor(s): Malik, Arunima (Dr)

UNVEILING DRIVERS AND FUTURE SCENARIOS OF THE CARBON FOOTPRINT OF GLOBAL TOURISM

This project will employ multi-region input-output analysis (Isard 1951; Leontief 1953), structural decomposition analysis and a comprehensive global database (Lenzen et al. 2012; more...

Supervisor(s): Malik, Arunima (Dr), Lenzen, Manfred (Professor)

Black Carbon in Soils

Carbon emissions during bushfires may be very large for southern forests in Australia. This may be offset in part by the deposition of black carbon or charcoal to the soil surface. more...

Supervisor(s): Adams, Mark (Professor), Bell, Tina (Associate Professor)

Dynamics of litterfall and fine fuels after fire in sclerophyll forests and woodlands.

Litterfall is a dynamic process and subject to major seasonal variation.  In eucalypt forests and woodlands, droughts may induce significant (e.g. +50%) increases in annual lit more...

Supervisor(s): Adams, Mark (Professor)

Modular representation theory of symmetric groups and their Hecke algebras

The representation theory of the symmetric groups is a very dynamic and active field with many challenging open problems. more...

Supervisor(s): Mathas, Andrew (Professor)