• BZ3225: Technological Applications in Ecology (Level 3; TSV & CNS)
  • BZ5225: Technological Applications in Ecology (Level 5; CNS & TSV)
Research Disciplines

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Journal Articles

ResearchOnline@JCU stores 76+ research outputs authored by Dr Jamie Cleverly from 2014 onwards.

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Eco Logical Australia Pty Ltd - Consultancy - GAB Springs Technical Advisory Panel

GAB Springs Technical Advisory Panel

Indicative Funding
$48,125 over 2 years
The technical advisory committee was formed to guide and review research into the environmental impacts of the Adani Coal mine on the Great Artesian Basin springs in the Galilee Basin of Central Queensland. The project involves the disciplines of hydrogeology, ecology, geology and environmental assessment. The project will assist in managing the potential impacts of groundwater draw down from mining activities on sensitive ecological communities.
Jamie Cleverly, Sally Thompson, David Chittleborough, Juraj Farkas and Andrew Marshall (College of Science & Engineering, University of Western Australia, University of the Sunshine Coast and University of Adelaide)
Artesian Mound Springs; Groundwater; Ecohydrology; Evironmental Assessment; Mining; Biodiversity

Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network - Grant

TERN Coordinating activities

Indicative Funding
$150,000 over 2 years (administered by The University of Queensland)
In recognition of this financial contribution, TERN asks that Dr Cleverly?s role include responsibility for delivery of the projects listed below. None of these projects necessitates continuous activity ? TERN is mostly interested in outcomes. ?Coordinate TERN?s activities in the Australian and New Zealand chapter of the EcosystemForecasting Initiative, including organising a forecasting challenge that draws upon TERN data (e.g.,flux or phenology).?Where the activity or program is appropriate to furthering TERN?s mission, represent TERN in CriticalZone Observatory forums in Australia.?Prepare for publication at least one scholarly synthesis or review article (preferably per year) onimpactful research arising from use of TERN?s data or infrastructure. Topics should preferably relateto TERN?s three thematic areas of biodiversity, climate, and soils. An example of the intent of thisproject is Dr Cleverly?s 2019 synthesis paper published in Environmental Research Letters.?Proactively prepare case studies and/or vignettes suitable for use in State of Environment andsimilar reporting to decision-makers at national and state/territory level on TERN-related topics butmost specifically, use of time series Australian ecosystem carbon data, providing where possible,plausible explanations of drivers etc. for any changes detected.?Continue contributions to TERN?s Executive Group monthly meetings and workshops.?Participate on behalf of TERN in the Global Ecosystem Research Infrastructure?s working group onCommunity Engagement.
Jamie Cleverly (College of Science & Engineering)
ecosystems; fluxes; Ecological Processes

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