Research Centre for Ecosystem Resilience
We use innovative science and technology to investigate the factors impacting the distribution and assembly of plant species.
Our research informs the conservation and restoration of resilient ecosystems.
We are currently advertising for post-doctoral and technical roles aimed at early-career researchers with relevant expertise in fields such as landscape genomics, flora conservation, ecological restoration and more…….
Using Restore and Renew webtools to guide restoration of threatened ecological community Cumberland Plain Woodland
A new research project by the Research Centre for Ecosystem Resilience (ReCER) is exploring how genomic information can guide the restoration of threatened ecological communities.
Restore and Renew – making genomic and climatic information freely available to restoration practitioners
This is part 2 of a three-part series on using conservation genomics to help restore threatened ecological communities. In part 1, we described why genetics
Genetic information can help ensure restoration plantings are of appropriate provenance and sufficiently genetically diverse to be resilient in the long term.
Explore our scientific projects and find out how they guide the conservation of resilient ecosystems.
We focus on the establishment of large-scale knowledge infrastructure systems that can inform the preservation and restoration of plant diversity.
Meet our team of dedicated researchers collaborating across multiple areas including genomics, conservation genetics, ecological restoration, climate modelling, flora biogeography, evolution, microbiome diversity and much more.
We are a continually expanding team and aim to attract and nurture high quality early career scientists.
We seek out opportunities to collaborate with other organisations and interact with a broad range of stakeholders.