|Applied Marine Ecology|
|Aquatic Species Ecology|
|Food Webs and Invertebrates Community Dynamics|
|Invasive Species (Wetlands)|
|Platypus Conservation Initiative|
|River Red Gum Dynamics and Management|
|Wetland Ecology and Stable Isotopes|
|Invasive Species (Terrestrial)|
|Spatial Analyses and GIS|
|Vegetation Survey and Mapping|
There are strong interactions between animals and plants and one of the most ubiquitous is grazing of plants by herbivores, including invertebrates (insects) and vertebrates (e.g. kangaroos, domestic animals). Often grazing changes terrestrial ecosystems, but there are important drivers of plant productivity including soil nutrients and rainfall.
Grazing related projects can be found on the Arid Ecology lab website.
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