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Editor-in-Chief - Dick Williams

Dr Dick Williams

Dr Dick Williams is one of Australia’s leading plant ecologists, with over 30 years’ research experience in both northern and south-eastern Australia. He has a PhD in Plant Ecology from the University of Melbourne, and has published widely in the fields of fire ecology, savanna ecology, alpine ecology, fire regimes, biodiversity and carbon dynamics. He has a particular interest in the ecology and management of Australian fire regimes, especially those of the tropical savannas of the Top End, and the alpine landscapes of Victoria. He recently retired from CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences in Darwin, where he was a Senior Principal Research Scientist. He is currently an Honorary Research Fellow with CSIRO, and an Adjunct Professorial Fellow with the Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods at Charles Darwin University.

Dr Dick Williams
Australian Journal of Botany
CSIRO Tropical Ecosystems Research Centre
PMB 44
Winnellie NT 8022
Email dickwilliams1955@gmail.com

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Volume 64 (5)

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