Conference presentations

Everingham S.E., Offord C.A., Sabot M.E.B., Moles A.T., Time travelling seeds reveal seed trait and plant responses to climate changeAustralasian Seed Science Conference, Virtual Conference, 6-10th September, 2021 (8min Conference Talk).

Everingham S.E., Blick R.A.J., Moles A.T., Have Australian plants shifted their flowering time in response to warmer, earlier springs?, Annual Conference of the British Ecological Society, Festival of Ecology, Virtual Conference, 14-17th December, 2020 (Lightning Talk + Poster).

Everingham S.E., Offord C.A., Sabot M.E.B., Atkin O.T., Moles A.T., Are Australian plants responding to climate change?, Annual Conference of the British Ecological Society, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK, 10-13th December, 2019 (15min Conference Talk).

Everingham S.E., 3 Minute Thesis: Time Travel and Climate ChangeUNSW Biological Earth and Environmental Sciences post-graduate research forum, UNSW, Sydney, December 2019 (3 minute Thesis Competition Talk).

Everingham S.E., Offord C.A., Sabot M.E.B., Atkin O.T., Moles A.T., Time travelling seeds help uncover the impacts of climate change on plant species, Annual Conference of the Ecological Society of Australia, Launceston, TAS, 25-29th November 2019 (Speed Talk + Poster Presentation).

Everingham S.E, Offord C.A. and  Perkins-Kirkpatrick S., 2018, Australian plant trait responses to climate change, Annual Conference of the Ecological Society of Australia, Brisbane, QLD, 25-29th November 2018 (15min Conference Talk).

Everingham S.E, Offord C.A. and  Perkins-Kirkpatrick S., 2018, Are Australian plants adapting to climate change (part 2), UNSW Biological Earth and Environmental Sciences post-graduate research forum, UNSW, Sydney, November 2018 (12min Conference Talk)

Everingham S.E, Hemmings F. and Moles A.T,  2017, Native plant colonisation in urban habitats, EcoTAS joint meeting of the Ecological Society of Australia and Ecological Society of New Zealand, Hunter Valley, NSW, December 2017 (15min Conference Talk).

Everingham S.E. and Moles A.T, 2017, Are Australian plants adapting to climate change? UNSW Biological Earth and Environmental Sciences post-graduate research forum, UNSW, Sydney, November 2017. (7min Conference Talk).

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