Aaron Brace

Aaron Brace

Edith Cowan University

H-index: 1

Oceania-Australia

About Aaron Brace

Aaron Brace, With an exceptional h-index of 1 and a recent h-index of 1 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Edith Cowan University, specializes in the field of Fungal ecology, Disturbance ecology, Plant disease, Soil microbiology.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Drought legacy interacts with wildfire to alter soil microbial communities in a Mediterranean climate-type forest

Corrigendum to: A threatened ecological community: research advances and priorities for Banksia woodlands

Aaron Brace Information

University

Edith Cowan University

Position

PhD student

Citations(all)

33

Citations(since 2020)

33

Cited By

0

hIndex(all)

1

hIndex(since 2020)

1

i10Index(all)

1

i10Index(since 2020)

1

Email

University Profile Page

Edith Cowan University

Aaron Brace Skills & Research Interests

Fungal ecology

Disturbance ecology

Plant disease

Soil microbiology

Top articles of Aaron Brace

Drought legacy interacts with wildfire to alter soil microbial communities in a Mediterranean climate-type forest

Authors

AJM Hopkins,AJ Brace,JL Bruce,J Hyde,JB Fontaine,L Walden,W Veber,KX Ruthrof

Journal

Science of The Total Environment

Published Date

2024/3/10

Mediterranean forest ecosystems will be increasingly affected by hotter drought and more frequent and severe wildfire events in the future. However, little is known about the longer-term responses of these forests to multiple disturbances and the forests' capacity to maintain ecosystem function. This is particularly so for below-ground organisms, which have received less attention than those above-ground, despite their essential contributions to forest function. We investigated rhizosphere microbial communities in a resprouting Eucalyptus marginata forest, southwestern Australia, that had experienced a severe wildfire four years previously, and a hotter drought eight years previously. Our aim was to understand how microbial communities are affected over longer-term trajectories by hotter drought and wildfire, singularly, and in combination. Fungal and bacterial DNA was extracted from soil samples, amplified, and …

Corrigendum to: A threatened ecological community: research advances and priorities for Banksia woodlands

Authors

Alison L Ritchie,Lauren N Svejcar,Bronwyn M Ayre,Julian Bolleter,Aaron Brace,Michael D Craig,Belinda Davis,Robert A Davis,Eddie JB Van Etten,Joseph B Fontaine,William M Fowler,Ray H Froend,Christine Groom,Giles ESJ Hardy,Paula Hooper,Anna JM Hopkins,Michael Hughes,Siegfried L Krauss,Matthias Leopold,Ben P Miller,Russell G Miller,Cristina E Ramalho,Katinka X Ruthrof,Christopher Shaw,Jason C Stevens,Ryan Tangney,Leonie E Valentine,Erik J Veneklaas,Richard J Hobbs

Published Date

2021

The rapid expansion of urban areas worldwide is leading to native habitat loss and ecosystem fragmentation and degradation. Although the study of urbanisation's impact on biodiversity is gaining increasing interest globally, there is still a disconnect between research recommendations and urbanisation strategies. Expansion of the Perth metropolitan area on the Swan Coastal Plain in south-western Australia, one of the world's thirty-six biodiversity hotspots, continues to affect the Banksia Woodlands (BWs) ecosystem, a federally listed Threatened Ecological Community (TEC). Here, we utilise the framework of a 1989 review of the state of knowledge of BWs ecology and conservation to examine scientific advances made in understanding the composition, processes and functions of BWs and BWs' species over the last 30 years. We highlight key advances in our understanding of the ecological function and role of …

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Aaron Brace FAQs

What is Aaron Brace's h-index at Edith Cowan University?

The h-index of Aaron Brace has been 1 since 2020 and 1 in total.

What are Aaron Brace's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Drought legacy interacts with wildfire to alter soil microbial communities in a Mediterranean climate-type forest

Corrigendum to: A threatened ecological community: research advances and priorities for Banksia woodlands

are the top articles of Aaron Brace at Edith Cowan University.

What are Aaron Brace's research interests?

The research interests of Aaron Brace are: Fungal ecology, Disturbance ecology, Plant disease, Soil microbiology

What is Aaron Brace's total number of citations?

Aaron Brace has 33 citations in total.

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