Currently focused on Laser Induced Fluorescence Transients
Photosynthesis ResearchWritten by Sharon Robinson
L.I.F.T Laser Induced Fluorescence transients
Plant Stress Ecophysiology
Using chlorophyll fluorescence to investigate plant stress
Physiological techniques can help to answer many questions in ecology, conservation biology and agriculture. These research areas involve collaboration with colleagues at Wollongong (weed ecophysiology - Kris French, Mangroves and salt marshes - Todd Minchinton) and around Australia (Phylloxera DPI Victoria and CSIRO Land and Water).
Plants and extreme events
Published in Photosynthesis