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Matthew Flinders Fellow in Global Ecology (School of Biological Sciences)
Adelaide, SA, Australia
Expertiseecology, palaeo-ecology, biodiversity, conservation, extinction, populations, environment
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BiographyI joined Flinders University in the School of Biological Sciences in January 2017. I am also Chief Investigator in the new ARC Centre of Excellence for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage.
From 2008-2015 I was at the University of Adelaide (Sir Hubert Wilkins Chair of Climate Change 2015-2016), and from 2004-2008 I was Senior then Principal Research Fellow at Charles Darwin University. I was an ARC Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Tasmania from 1999-2004.
My research is mainly in the area of global-change ecology — how human endeavour and climate fluctuations have altered past, present and future ecosystems. My most important contributions have been in the area of applied ecology, biodiversity conservation, theoretical ecology, extinction dynamics, human demography, species responses to climate change, disease ecology, and applying ecological theory and modelling techniques to hindcast prehistoric ecosystems. My work has provided environmental policy advice around the world, and my papers are highly cited.
Languages besides English:
French, Italian, Spanish
Last updated: 12 Mar 2020