Dr Ryan Tangney

Research Fellow
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 I completed my PhD at Curtin university in 2019, which focused on seed survival and recruitment in fire prone ecosystems. I work closely with conservation agencies to ensure my research is applicable and practical.

My research interests are

  • Disturbance ecology, including weed invasion and fire - and the combined effect of fire and weed invasion.
  • Seed and plant trait interactions
  • Fire ecology and the effects of changes to fire regime
  • Soil dynamics during fire and the utilization of new technology to increase our ability to capture variability within fires.

 

Email
R.tangney@unsw.edu.au
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Based in Perth, WA. Working in collaboration with the Department of biodiversity, conversation and attractions.