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How is your revegetation project rewilding the microbiome?

After the success of ecological restoration projects around the world by University of Adelaide researchers, revegetation could be boosted using a potential new tool that monitors soil microbes. In a paper published in the journal Molecular Ecology, researchers have shown how the community of bacteria present in the soil of land that had been cleared and […]

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New paper: Constraints to and conservation implications for climate change adaption in plants

PhD candidate Mr Matthew Christmas, Dr Martin Breed and Professor Andrew Lowe from the University of Adelaide’s Environment Institute recently had a new research paper published in Conservation Genetics, entitled “Constraints to and conservation implications for climate change adaption in plants“. Climate change is having a widespread impact on plant and tree populations. This study focuses […]

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Tall Poppy Awards

The Environment Institute congratulates 2015 Tall Poppy Award winner, Dr Martin Breed (ARC DECRA (Discovery Early Career Research Award) Fellow, School of Biological Sciences). Dr Breed is doing fantastic work developing conservation and restoration solutions from studying plant adaptation and community ecology. Each year the Tall Poppy Awards recognise individuals who combine world-class research with a […]

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