Cherie Campbell - Vegetation Ecologist
Her main research areas of responsibility relate to understanding the maintenance of aquatic and floodplain vegetation in riverine corridors, monitoring ecological responses to flow regimes, and assessing and interpreting patterns in aquatic and floodplain vegetation composition from long-term monitoring programs.
Cherie Campbell’s research interests and expertise include:
Prior to commencing at MDFRC, Cherie Campbell has held positions at:
Cherie has been based at the MDFRC since 2008, where her work focus has been on informing the management of riparian, wetland and floodplain vegetation communities within the lower Murray-Darling Basin.
Professional activities and committee memberships
For access to Cherie Campbell's publications visit our electronic library or google scholar