Check out the link below for some interesting information on myrtle rust. There is even a video (Oscar nominated of course) of PIREL’s very own Laura Fernandez discussing her PhD project.
Congratulations to Ina on getting the latest chapter from her PhD accepted for publication in the journal ‘Science of the Total Environment’. The article is called ‘Urban stormwater run-off promotes compression of saltmarshes by freshwater plants and mangrove forests.’ Keep your eyes peeled in the near future for this masterpiece of science.
Knock knock? Who’s there? Another publication from Samiya!
Samiya continues to make everybody else look bad by publishing another epic chapter from her PhD entitled ‘Have your cake and eat it too: greater dispersal ability and faster germination towards range edges of an invasive plant species in eastern Australia.’ Check it out here: http://rdcu.be/ylom
Congratulations to Laura Fernandez who has had her first paper on myrtle rust accepted for publication in Austral Ecology!
Congratulations to Samiya on getting her honours project published in the Australian Journal of Botany. Well worth a read!!!
Tabassum, S. & Bonser, S.P. (2017). Allometry in the terminal velocity-dispersal architecture relationship explains variation in dispersal and offspring provisioning strategies in wind dispersed Asteraceae species. Australian Journal of Botany, 65, 149-156.