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Dr Sean Bellairs is a Senior Lecturer in the College of Engineering, IT and Environment, specialising in plant science research and teaching. His research areas focus on restoration of native vegetation on mine sites and other disturbed lands, ecosystem development, seed biology, development of success criteria for ecological restoration and commercial use of native plants. This includes commercialisation of native Australian rice. Sean Bellairs holds a PhD in Ecological Restoration and recently won an award from the Extractive Industry Association of the NT. Publications include a review of tropical seed biology and a textbook chapter on restoration of tropical savanna.
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1/04/20 → 31/03/24
Seed biology and understory establishment collaborative research between ERA and Charles Darwin University
1/09/19 → 31/12/26
Commercial cultivation of Australian wild Oryza spp. A review and conceptual framework for future research needsAbdelghany, G., Wurm, P., Hoang, L. T. M. & Bellairs, S. M., Jan 2022, In: Agronomy. 12, 1, p. 1-21 21 p., 42.
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Parry, M. L., Bellairs, S. M. & Lu, P., 10 May 2022, (E-pub ahead of print) In: Australian Journal of Botany. p. 1-15 15 p.
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Stream suspended mud as an indicator of post-mining landform stability in tropical Northern AustraliaNair, D., Evans, KG., Bellairs, S. & Narayan, M. R., 1 Nov 2021, In: Water (Switzerland). 13, 22, p. 1-24 24 p., 3172.
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Chapman, B., Henry, R., Wurm, P., Bellairs, S. M., Crayn, D., Smyth, H., Furtado, A., Sivapalan, S., Ford, R. & Matchett, T., 2020, Cooperative Research Centre North Australia.
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Residual herbicide treatments reduce Andropogon gayanus (Gamba Grass) recruitment for mine site restoration in northern AustraliaLuck, L., Bellairs, S. M. & Rossiter-Rachor, N. A., Sep 2019, In: Ecological Management and Restoration. 20, 3, p. 214-221 8 p.
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