SPECIAL GUEST: CHARLOTTE MILLS (UNSW)
The loss of mammals in Australia is having huge impacts on natural ecosystems. So big in fact that they are visible from space. Charlotte Mills is a PhD candidate from the University of New South Wales studying the role mammals play in the functioning of desert ecosystems. In an interview with In Situ Science she describes how disrupting the important roles mammals play as predators can have enormous flow on effects that drastically change vegetation patterns.
Charlotte describes her time as a PhD candidate as a 'choose-your-own-adventure' experience. This experience has taken her across the magical desert landscapes of inland Australia and continues to be an exciting adventure.
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