Jessie Buettel is a postgraduate student at the University of Tasmania who researches ecological and anthropogenic change in plant and animal communities. Her focus is on analysing and modelling spatio-temporal patterns to reveal hidden information on processes in complex systems.
Research associate, University of Tasmania
University of Tasmania, B.Sc. (Hons I)
Emigration is costly but immigration has benefits in human‐altered landscapes, Functional Ecology
Egress! How technophilia can reinforce biophilia to improve ecological restoration, Restoration Ecology