Professor in the School of BEES, UNSW
My main research projects are:
- Quantifying global patterns in plant ecological strategy (e.g. the World Herbivory Project)
- The advantages of clonal vs sexual reproduction
- Rapid evolution in introduced species
PhD student (part time, from February 2012)
Topic: Rapid evolution in introduced species
E-mail: claire.brandenburger [at] gmail.com.
Global patterns in leaf form
Email: cooke.julia [at] gmail.com
PhD student, started July 2011
PhD: Patterns of flower colour diversity across communities
Honours thesis title: Does celibacy leave you stuck in the past? Determining whether morphological change is slower in asexual than sexual invasive plants.
Rhiannon's cosupervisor is Darrell Kemp (Macquarie)
PhD student - started March 2013
Thesis topic: plant defences on islands