This year we partnered with the Biological Society SA for the first time and attracted 28 applications.
Congratulations to the successful recipients:
Ellyse Bunney (The University of Adelaide) - "Securing the sustainability of sandalwood: a multi-isotope approach to provenancing"
Tessa Manning (The University of Adelaide) - "Conservation genetics of reintroduced western quolls (Dasyurus geoffroii) at Arid Recovery reserve"
Isabelle Onley (The University of Adelaide) - "Conservation genomics and adaptations of translocated greater stick-nest rats under climate change"
Hayley Jose (The University of Adelaide) - "Understanding the ecological role of mutualistic interactions between an endangered marsupial, fungi and plants to conserve ecosystem function"
We wish our 2019 grant recipients the best of luck with their studies, and we look forward to sharing the fruits of their hard labour with you in future editions of Xanthopus
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