The ideal student will be motivated to conduct research in one or more of the fields of: biodiversity conservation, field ecology, ecological modelling, biogeography or wetlands ecology. Interested candidates should read the project descriptions below and contact the relevant staff member in the first instance.
Successful PhD applicants will receive AUD$10,000 project top-up funds to support field work and collaborative travel, plus baseline support of AUD$15,000. Further details on Griffith University’s application process can be found here. Please also read the guidelines below before contacting GLOW staff.
If you’re not sure who to contact, or have general questions, please email Dr Tom Rayner email@example.com.
The email addresses for the staff below can be found here.