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dc.contributor.authorTudor, Emily Paige
dc.contributor.supervisorSean Tomlinsonen_US
dc.contributor.supervisorAdam Crossen_US

This thesis presents an integration of in situ field studies and ex situ laboratory experiments to provide a deeper insight into the patterns and processes underpinning the reassembly of insect pollinator communities in post-mining Jarrah Forest restoration. Overall, this research highlighted the value of early successional patches and suggests that the habitat selection of some endemic insect pollinators is driven largely by their thermal tolerance, energetic requirements, and ecophysiology.

dc.publisherCurtin Universityen_US
dc.titleThe Patterns and Processes of Insect Pollinator Re-assembly across a Post-mining Restoration Landscapeen_US
curtin.departmentSchool of Molecular and Life Sciencesen_US
curtin.accessStatusOpen accessen_US
curtin.facultyScience and Engineeringen_US
curtin.contributor.orcidTudor, Emily Paige [0000-0002-2628-3999]en_US

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