News: Honours projects - Horticulture

Ecology of Koonamore Reserve

Field work environmental science

Honours project: Research projects with fieldwork including differences in spatial heterogeneity between grazed and ungrazed areas.

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Interactions between microbes & plants

Plant research

Honours project: Learn about the success of invasive species and how we can help increase our ability restore native vegetation.

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Interactions between plant parasites & their hosts

Invasive species - blackberry

Honours project: Join the investigation into the use of parasites as biological control agents.

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Global change biology, climate change ecology & macroecology

Effects of climate change on the diversity of Great Barrier Reef marine life

Honours project: Various projects are available across climate change ecology, global change impacts on biodiversity, species range dynamics and extinction processes.

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Spatial information, environmental remote sensing & GIS

Remote Sensing

Honours project: Ese spatial information tools and data in a wide range of applications and settings, including terrestrial, wetland and marine ecology, wildlife and habitats, land assessment and management and earth science.

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Do plants need to sleep?

Plant science laboratory work

Honours project: There's evidence in some plants that lack of a dark period can inhibit growth - so do plants need sleep?

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Aquatic plant photosynthesis as a driver of large pH changes in wetlands

Field work environmental science

Honours project: Explore large pH changes in wetlands and how aquatic plant photosynthesis contribute to this process.

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