Philip Stewart

Dr Philip Stewart

Completed associate student
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Dr Philip Stewart

Dr Philip Stewart completed his PhD at the University of Queensland in January 2016. His thesis studied the past, present and future changes in fire regimes on the Great Sandy Region in south east Queensland and the impacts of these changes on vegetation population dynamics, including changes in temperature and precipitation regimes, both spatially and temporally. 

Philip's thesis is available here.

Student project

The focus of this study is to identify past, present and future changes in fire regimes on the Great Sandy Region in south east Queensland and the impacts of these changes on vegetation population dynamics, including changes in temperature and precipitation regimes, both spatially and temporally. A key of aim of the study is attaining a better understanding of the interactions between multiple drivers of fire regimes from the past and present, which is critical for developing fire regime management protocols in the future.

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