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Dr. Bronwyn Myers
** In memory of **
Dr Bronwyn Myers’ early research has been the eco-physiological responses of plants to drought and salinity stress. She has conducted this research in natural ecosystems in temperate and tropical areas of Australia, and in agricultural systems in temperate Australia. More recently, she has gained extensive experience in coordinating research and training programs and writing and editing review reports in a number of areas of natural resource management.
Dr Myers has managed major research projects in both southern and northern Australia. Whilst employed by the Victorian Department of Agriculture, she supervised technical and field staff, and supervised undergraduate students from Australian universities and a number of European universities as well as supervising postgraduate students.
She has managed two ACIAR-funded projects on fire in northern Australia and Indonesia, AusAID-funded projects on land and resource management in eastern Indonesia, and on health mapping in eastern Indonesia, and a DCCEE-funded project on climate change impacts on groundwater resources in Timor-Leste.
Teaching engagments include:
- Development and delivery of the Eastern Indonesian Field intensive unit
- Sarah Hobgen
- I Wayan Mudita
- Abu Nasar Abdullah
- Abilio da Fonseca
- Kamy Melvani
- Frederika Rambu Ngana
- Monitoring impacts and risk: case study of manganese minng in West Timor (AusAID - PSLP)
- Mapping health indicators in East Nusa Tenggara, eastern Indonesia (AusAID - PSLP)
- Eastern Indonesian Field Intensive
- Impact of fire and its use for sustainable land managment in eastern Indonesia (ACIAR - completed)
- Remote sensing training for eastern Indonesia (Australia Indonesia Institute - completed)
- Capacity building in natural resource management in eastern Indonesia (AusAID PSLP - completed)