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Researcher: Bailey, TG (Dr Tanya Bailey)

Fields of Research

Terrestrial Ecology
Population, Ecological and Evolutionary Genetics
Visual Arts and Crafts
Forestry Pests, Health and Diseases
Tree Nutrition and Physiology

Research Objectives

Forest and Woodlands Flora, Fauna and Biodiversity
Hardwood Plantations
Climate Change Adaptation Measures
Native Forests
Rehabilitation of Degraded Forest and Woodlands Environments
Rehabilitation of Degraded Farmland, Arable Cropland and Permanent Cropland Environments
Forest and Woodlands Land Management

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Climate adaptation and ecological restoration in eucalypts; Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria
Early seedling establishment on aged Tasmanian tin mine tailings constrained by nutrient deficiency and soil structure, not toxicity; Soil Research
Effect of forest fragmentation and altitude on the mating system of Eucalyptus pauciflora (Myrtaceae); Australian Journal of Botany
Effects of clear polymer film on emergence and survival of direct sown native vegetation; Land Degradation and Development
Eucalypt regeneration and ecological restoration of remnant woodlands in Tasmania, Australia
Evidence for local climate adaptation in early-life traits of Tasmanian populations of Eucalyptus pauciflora; Tree Genetics and Genomes
Feral deer damage in Tasmanian restoration plantings; Australasian Plant Conservation
Patterns of soil water repellency in response to coarse woody debris and fire: implications for eucalypt regeneration in dry forests; Plant and Soil
Provenance and seed mass determines the seed germination success of Eucalyptus ovata (Myrtaceae); Seed Science and Technology
Stability of plant genetic influences on biotic interactions across varying abiotic and biotic environments; SIP-14
Understanding the regeneration niche: Microsite attributes and recruitment of eucalypts in dry forests; Forest Ecology and Management

Research Projects

Cultural landscapes: communicating ecological restoration; University of Tasmania (UTAS)

Research Candidate Supervision

The primary establishment of native understory species as a means of facillitating the restoration of Eucalypt woodlands in oldfield sites