My research

I am a postdoctoral Fellow working in the Blue Carbon Lab at Deakin University. I am interested in the ecological and evolutionary processes shaping nature as we see it. In my research, I use a combination of empirical and theoretical approaches to advance our understanding of energy flows, population dynamics, resource competition, and species coexistence. As a student, I focused on models of nitrogen utilization in photosynthetic organisms. In my previous post-doc at Monash University, my research focused on evolving organisms to different sizes to investigate size-related repercussions on ecological performances.

Research Themes:

Farm dams
Impacts of marine urbanisation
Body size evolution
Size-selective grazing
Algal energy production
Algal modelling
Nitrogen cycle
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Deakin University,

Burwood VIC 3120, Australia

©2017 by Martino Malerba.