HIE Seminar Series

HIE Seminar Series
02:57 pm - 02:57 pm
Hawkesbury Campus; Online

地址(室): L9 Lecture Theatre or via 变焦


Next week, the HIE seminar series will be continuing with a co-presentation from Prof. Haberle博士. Adeleye (ANU), hosted by Rachael Gallagher (abstract below).

Prof Simon Haberle is a palaeoecologist and palynologist working on reconstructions of past environmental change spanning the last 120,000 years to provide a greater understanding of the role of climate, fire and people in long-term ecosystem dynamics in Australia and the Indo-Pacific. He is Director of the School of Culture, History and Language and is a Chief Investigator in the ARC Centre of Excellence for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage. He is currently developing key online resources for palaeoecology including the Australasian Pollen and Spore Atlas (http://apsa.阿奴.edu.au) and the Indo-Pacific Palaeoecological Database.

Dr. Matthew Adeleye is a palaeoecologist and palynologist interested in understanding centennial–millennial scale dynamics in terrestrial ecosystems (vegetation and wetland) in the context of long-term changes in climate, fire and human land use, and how this deep-time knowledge can assist in addressing contemporary ecological issues. He is a post-doctoral research associate in the School of Culture, History and Language at the Australia National University and currently working on SE Australian and African environments.

This is a hybrid seminar held as in-person (L9 Lecture Theater on the Hawkesbury Campus) or via 变焦 (Meeting ID: 891 5698 0066; Password: 737853).

名称: Jonathan Plett, Kristine Crous, Rob Sharwood

J.Plett@foursquaredreamdate.com; K.Crous@foursquaredreamdate.com; R.Sharwood@foursquaredreamdate.com

School / Department: Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment