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Invasion Ecology: Geographic origin and characteristics of plants introduced to Australia

4 Jun Geography ED seminars - Series 1

Speaker: Angela Bartlett

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Angela's seminar is accessible via Microsoft teams:

https://teams.microsoft.com/_#/school/conversations/PhD%20seminars%20-%20Environmental%20Dynamics?threadId=19:ff7c2af0c0b04bf3a49d3387f97941e9@thread.tacv2&ctx=channel

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About the speaker

Angela Bartlett is a London NERC DTP PhD student with the Department of Geography. Her interests cover a range of disciplines, including invasion ecology, aquatic catchment management and global change. She is particularly interested in integrating empirical and theoretical research to improve targeting of interventions for environmental challenges we face in a changing world.

Angela's research is focused within the macroecology sub-field, where the development of large ecological datasets and databases is used to explore spatial and temporal patterns in the human-mediated movement of species around the world, and how this filters through to biological invasion processes.

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Angela Bartlett

Angela Bartlett

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