Ms Jessie-Briar Treloar
I am a PhD candidate in Earth Sciences Sprigg Geobiology Centre supervised by Dr Liz Reed, Dr Mark Hutchinson and Dr Marc Jones.
I am a PhD candidate studying Quaternary vertebrate palaeontology. My research focuses on the Naracoorte Caves World Heritage Area fossil deposits and covers the Late Quaternary to the Holocene. My focus is on the response of the small mammals to environmental changes during this time period.
|2015||The University of Adelaide||Australia||Bachelor of Science (Honours)|
|2011 - 2014||The University of Adelaide||Australia||Bachelor of Science (Evolutionary Biology)|
|2016||Treloar,J, Hutchinson,MN, Medlin,GC, 2016, A pre-European mammal assemblage of the northwestern Flinders Ranges, South Australia from subfossil deposits, Palaeo Down Under 2, The University of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia|
|2016||Jones,MEH, Chatterji,R, Nelson,T, Gray,JA, Palci,A, Treloar,J-B, Hutchinson,MN; 2016; Fantastic Plastic Reptile Skulls; Facebook|
Science Divisional Scholarship 2016–2019
Royal Society of South Australia Small Research Grant 2016
Nature Foundation SA PhD Grand-Start Scholarship 2016
Nature Foundation SA Honours Year Grand-Start Scholarship 2015
|2016||Royal Society of South Australia||Australia|
|2016||Geological Society of Australia||Australia|