Ian Wright

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19972020

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Biography

Plant functional ecologist. Core topics include:

  • Understanding plant ecological strategies via functional traits.
  • Trait-environment relationships from local to global scales.
  • Optimality theory for plant function, for use in vegetation modelling.
  • Consequences of trait variation for ecosystem properties.

My MQ staff website | Wright Lab website | Google Scholar profile

Previous positions: Postdoc, MQ / U. Minnesota 2002-4; ARC Research Fellow 2005-8; Deputy-Convenor, ARC Vegetation Function Research Network 2005-9; ARC Future Fellow 2011-15; Deputy-Associate Dean of Research, Faculty of Science & Engineering 2017-18.

Teaching. I convene BIOL3410 Plant Biology, BIOL2910 Advanced Science (Biology) internship, and serve as Director of the Bachelor of Advanced Science (Biology) degree.

I lead the Macquarie University Plant Growth Facility committee. I was elected as a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science in 2019. I am a Node Leader and member of the Executive for the ARC Centre of Excellence for Plant Success in Nature & Agriculture (2020-2027).

 

Education/Academic qualification

Plant ecology, PhD 2002, Macquarie University

Plant ecology & systematics, BSc (Hons) 1995, The University of Melbourne

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