Our research is organised into two basic themes. The first theme is how plants are affected by and cope with their environment. The scope of this research includes the internal activities of plants. That is those chemical and physical processes associated with life (e.g. photosynthesis, respiration, gas exchange, nutrient uptake). Some of the research projects within this theme are:
The second major theme encompasses ecosystem processes, in particular cycles of C, N, P. Some of the research projects within this theme are:
We have received >$2.5M in research funding in the past 5 years, and welcome potential collaborators, postdocs and students. For information about opportunities to work or collaborate with us, contact Associate Professor Charles Warren via Research Supervisor Connect.