DR MICHAEL-SHAWN FLETCHER

DR MICHAEL-SHAWN FLETCHER

Positions

    Overview

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    • I am interested in the long-term interactions between humans, climate, disturbance and vegetation at local, regional and global scales. My current work involves developing and integrating high-resolution palaeoenvironmental records from across the Southern Hemisphere using multiple proxies, including microfossil, charcoal, geochemical and isotopic analyses to provide comprehensive reconstructions of environmental change.   

    Affiliation

    Member of

    • American Geophysical Union. Member 2010 -
    • Australasian Quaternary Association. Member 2007 -

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    Awards

    Education and training

    • PhD, University of Melbourne 2009
    • Other, University of Melbourne 2001
    • BEd, University of Melbourne 1997

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    Supervision

    Available for supervision

    • Y

    Supervision Statement

    • Michael is available to supervise research projects under the broad themes of palaeoecology, palaeoclimatology and Quaternary science, particularly in the area of environmental reconstruction using lake sediments.