We're interested in a wide range of processes and organisms in terrestrial ecosystems. In particular, we investigate how ecosystems work and the interactions between the drivers of ecosystem productivity (soils, for example) to the different organisms from the microscopic to top predators.
Discover our adaptive fire management strategies to protect threatened ecological communities.
The ERP relies on citizen scientists to record their observations. Discover how you can help.
Uplands swamps are rich and diverse wetlands. View our project findings.
This project examines the impact of vegetation and fire interactions on water yield. Discover more.
This study examines the seedbank dynamics of Hakea Gibbosa to advise on fire management strategies.
Find out about improving fire management strategies and conservation outcomes to save threatened flora and fauna.
The impacts and spread of cane toads is an ecological tragedy. View strategies to stop the spread.
This project examines evidence for a trophic cascade mediated by dingos in the Great Lakes Area of NSW.
This project looks at the devastating impact feral cats have on wildlife populations.
This study is part of the Australian Long Term Ecological Research Network. Learn more.
This study investigates how species utilise water resources in North Eastern Botswana.
Discover the role of Hippos as ecosystem engineers.