September 23

TERN – Monitoring Australia’s Environment with Samantha Monroe


Dr. Samantha Monroe


I am an ecologist. My work focuses on understanding and predicting the
distribution of plants and animals.

Current research aims to determine how climate effects plant distribution across the country. Sam has also created biogeochemical maps of Australia that can be used to track the diet and migration of species, like birds, across Australia.

University of Adelaide with the Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN)


Australia, fieldwork

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