Martin De Kauwe is an Associate Professor of Global Change Ecology at the University of Bristol. Martin’s research group will continue to be split between Bristol and Sydney for the next few years. scholar
Martin is an Associate Editor of Biogeosciences and a member of the Editorial Advisory Board for Global Change Biology and New Phytologist. Martin is the former co-chair of the leadership committee for the CABLE land surface model. Martin is also a member of the Scientific Steering Committee for the AmazonFACE experiment.
2021–present: Associate Professor, School of Biological Sciences, University of Bristol, England.
2017–2021: Senior Lecturer, Climate Change Research Centre, University of New South Wales, Australia.
2010–2017: Research Fellow, Department of Biological Sciences, Macquarie University, Australia.
2008–2010: Earth Observation and Land Surface Modeller, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, England.
2009: PhD in Remote Sensing, University College London, UK. Title: “Estimating terrestrial carbon fluxes through an optimal combination of models and Earth Observation data” . Supervised by Professors Philip Lewis, Mat Disney and Mathew Williams.
2004: MSc in Environmental Monitoring, Modelling and Management, Kings College London, UK.
2003: BSc in Geography, Kings College London, UK.
Manon Sabot is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of New South Wales and visiting academic at the University of Bristol.
Manon is working on the Australian Research Council grant exploring how vulnerable eucalypts are to future droughts.
Mengyuan Mu, PhD student, Thesis: How important is groundwater to the resilience of vegetation during drought?. Mengyuan is now working as a Postdoc at the University of New South Wales.
Grace Isacc, MSc student. Grace just submitted!
Ellie Nichols, MSci student. Ellie is moving to Australia to start a PhD at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment.
Sami Rifai, Postdoctoral Researcher. Sami is off to exciting new pastures soon and is currently working at the University of New South Wales. scholar
Manon Sabot, PhD student, Thesis: Trading water for carbon in a changing climate: Can optimality theory improve the predictability of land surface models?. Manon is now working as a Postdoc at the University of New South Wales. scholar
Jinyan (Jim) Yang, PhD student, Thesis: Modelling the carbon uptake of Australian evergreen ecosystems under rising [CO2] and water limitations. Jim is now working as a Postdoc at Western Sydney University. scholar
Ned Haughton, PhD student, Thesis: On the predictability of land surface fluxes. Ned is now working as a risk analyst at Climate Risk. scholar