September 2012: This is a lecture I gave in a third-year course (ENVT3363: Ecological Processes) at UWA. It deals with long-term soil and ecosystem development, patterns of plant species diversity along soil chronosequences, and potential drivers of plant diversity.
Long-term ecosystem development and plant diversity from elalib


June 2017: Invited talk on root trait covariation, 39th New Phytologist Symposium

January 2013: Presentation of chronosequence research and nutrient acquisition/use. Barro Colorado Island (BCI), Panama. BAMBI talk. Jan 10, 2013.

Smithsonian BCI talk, Nutrient acquisition and use from elalib

January 2013: Presentation of research programme on long-term soil/ecosystem development and patterns of plant species diversity. Tupper Seminar, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI), Panama. Jan 8, 2013.

November 2012: This is the Honours presentation of Patrick Hayes. It describes his work on leaf nutrient concentration and resorption along the 2-million year Jurien Bay dune chronosequence. Patty gave an excellent talk!

February 2012: This presentation was given as part of a week-long research workshop on plant species diversity along long-term soil chronosequences hosted at UWA in February 2012.

Other participants were Ben Turner (STRI, Panama), Hans Lambers (UWA), Francois Teste (UWA), David Wardle (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences), Jim Grace (USGS) and Michael Huston (Texas State University).