James Trezise

James Trezise

School of Biological Sciences

Faculty of Sciences


James Trezise is a PhD candidate studying Fire Ecology and is a Landscape Ecologist for the Department for Environment and Water. His research focuses on threatened flora and fire, with an interest in seed dormancy, succession and prescribing fire to enhance biodiversity.

James Trezise is a PhD candidate studying Fire Ecology and is a Landscape Ecologist for the Department for Environment and Water. His research focuses on threatened flora and fire, with an interest in seed dormancy, succession and prescribing fire to enhance biodiversity. 

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  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2021 Trezise, J. E., Facelli, J. M., Paton, D. C., & J-P Davies, R. (2021). The effect of heat and smoke on the soil seed banks of heathlands on permanent freshwater swamps. Austral Ecology, 46(1), 39-51.
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