TAG: Dr Greg Guerin
Ecologists launch off-the-chart data analysis service with OUTLIER
The delivery of specialised ecological and environmental data services through the University of Adelaide has been streamlined through the creation of OUTLIER, a new unit aimed at providing statistical support to industry and government. For many environmental monitoring projects, statistical analysis of data collected ends up being done in the final hour, haphazardly or with […]
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How will climate change impact South Australia’s flora?
Researchers at the University of Adelaide have identified the implications of climate change for South Australia’s plant species and the state’s biodiversity. “Climate change presents a significant threat to biodiversity,” warns Dr Greg Guerin of The University of Adelaide. “Climate change exacerbates existing problems around habitat loss and fragmentation, invasive species, pathogens, eutrophication, and altered […]
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Podcast: South Australia’s plant biodiversity hot spots
The spread of invasive weeds and climate change are threatening South Australia’s plant biodiversity. Researchers from the Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN) at the University of Adelaide’s Environment Institute, in partnership with the Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources embarked on a comprehensive study into South Australia’s plant species, identifying six ‘hot spots’ of […]
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