In 1999 I completed my PhD on ‘The decline of Eucalyptus camphora and E. ovata within the Yellingbo State Nature Reserve, Victoria’.
This project set out to identify and characterize the key processes in nutrient cycling and in water availability and uptake in riparian Eucalyptus communities, and to quantify their capacity to cope with changes in nutrient and water inputs brought about by changes in land management. From 2000 to 2002 I worked as a post-doctoral research fellow within the Centre for Environmental Management at Central Queensland University. During this time I completed a number of projects concerned with the conservation and rehabilitation of forested landscapes surrounding large industry. In 2002 I joined the Victorian Government Department of Sustainability and Environment where I was employed to lead research activities associated with the re-establishment of native vegetation to 2,000 ha of former pine plantations in NE Victoria. I joined the University of Melbourne in August 2004 where I research ecosystem processes in the context of forest landscape restoration. More recently I have also been investigating the effects of management and climate change on the vulnerability and resilience of native forests.
I teach into the Master of Forest Ecosystem Science where I co-cordinate the subject Ecological Restoration.
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Ifer Core: Understanding And Predicting Victoria’S Forest Biodiversity And Community Dynam..
RADIOCARBON DATING INFORMS TREE FERN POPULATION DYNAMICS AND DISTURBANCE HISTORY OF TEMPER..
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Structural diversity underpins carbon storage in Australian temperate forests
Cristina Aponte, Sabine Kasel, Craig R Nitschke, Mihai A Tanase, Helen Vickers, Linda Parker, Melissa Fedrigo, Michele Kohout, Paloma Ruiz-Benito, Miguel A Zavala, Lauren T Bennett
Journal article | 2020 | Global Ecology and Biogeography
Predictive Ecosystem Mapping of South-Eastern Australian Temperate Forests Using Lidar-Derived Structural Profiles and Species Distribution Models
Melissa Fedrigo, Stephen B Stewart, Stephen H Roxburgh, Sabine Kasel, Lauren T Bennett, Helen Vickers, Craig R Nitschke
Journal article | 2019 | Remote Sensing
GIS-based classification, mapping and valuation of ecosystem services in production landscapes: A case study of the Green Triangle region of south-eastern Australia.
H BARAL, S KASEL, R KEENAN, J FOX, N STORK
Conference Proceedings | 2009 | Proceedings of the Biennial Conference of the Institute of Foresters of Australia
Stuart Oil Shale Project Terrestrial and aquatic flora and fauna studies. Report 13: biological monitoring of aquatic environments – Winter 2000. A report to Southern Pacific Petroleum (Development).
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Report | 2001
Flora and Fauna of the Yabula Coastal Sands: Report 5, Spring 2000 Monitoring. A report to Yabulu Refinery, QNI Resources Pty Ltd.
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Report | 2001
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Senior Rersearch Fellow (Landscape Vulnerability)
Ecosystem And Forest Sciences
The University of Western Australia
Bachelor Science (Hons)
University of Melbourne