Projects per year
Harinandanan Paramjyothi is a PhD candidate in the Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods (RIEL) under the supervision of Dr. Brett Murphy, Prof. Lindsay Hutley, Dr. Anna Richards (CSIRO) and Prof. Jeremy Russell-Smith. His research aims to understand the role of competition in shaping northern Australian savannas and the long-term responses of tree populations to fire management. Prior to his PhD research, Hari worked as a research fellow at the National Centre for Biological Sciences, India with most of his work focusing on the tree–grass dynamics in the tropical biomes of India and distribution patterns of grass species in the Indian sub-continent. Hari holds a Bachelors’ in Botany from the Calicut University, India and a Masters’ in Plant Biotechnology from the Mahatma Gandhi University, India.
Research Output per year
Does rapid utilization of elevated nutrient availability allow eucalypts to dominate in the tropical savannas of Australia?Paramjyothi, H., Murphy, B. P., Lawes, M. J., Rossiter-Rachor, N. A. & Richards, A. E., May 2020, In : Ecology and Evolution. 10, 9, p. 4021-4030 10 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article