Dr Ian RileyLecturer
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Teaching for Understanding Certification (Harvard University) 2006
PhD (University of Tasmania)
Dissertation Title The effect of ecosystem dynamics on Tasmania’s forest carbon stocks 2012
BSci(Hons) (University of Tasmania)
Dissertation Title Dissolved Organic Carbon Export from Forested Catchments 2010
Grad Dip Ed (La Trobe University) 2004
BSci (University of Tasmania) 2000
Cert IV in Outdoor Recreation (Transformational Institute) 2015
Cert IV in Workplace Training and Assessment (Ocean Recreation Careers Australasia) 2015
My current research interest is in the theology of creation and the theological and evangelistic impact of Wilderness Ministry and experiential learning on the learner, and the requirement of continual societal detachment to achieve enduring change. In addition, I am interested in how nature based videography, visual imagery, and outdoor learning elicit connection with God and how these parameters may correlate to promote transformational understanding, empathy and character change.
- Riley, I., Moroni, M., Neyland, M., Hovenden, M., Davidson, N (2012). Forest carbon stock and flux: The effect of late stage succession on Tasmania’s Tall-Wet Eucalypt forest.. University of Tasmania, Researchers Conference, .
- Moroni, M,T., Mannes, D., Grove, S., Riley, I (2011). Debris Down Under: coarse woody debris loads in the cool temperate forests of Tasmania, Australia.. International Symposium on dynamics and ecological services of deadwood in forest ecosystems, .
Research and Professional Grants
- Graduate Research Scholarship (TGRS), Cooperative Research Centre for Sustainable Production Forestry (CRC-forestry)
- National Postgraduate Scholarship Award, Forest and Wood Products Association (FWPA)
Forest carbon stock and flux: The effect of late stage succession on Tasmania’s Tall-Wet Eucalypt forest (2012), University of Tasmania, Researchers Conference, Tasmania, Australia, 01 Jan 2012
Co-presenter: Moroni. M. Neyland, M. Hovenden, M. Davidson, N
Debris Down Under: coarse woody debris loads in the cool temperate forests of Tasmania, Australia (2011), International Symposium on dynamics and ecological services of deadwood in forest ecosystems, Rouyn-Norands, Quebec, Canada, 15 May 2011
Co-presenter: Moroni MT, Mannes D, Grove S, and Riley I.
- Riley I, Moroni M, Neyland M, Hovenden M and Davidson N. (2012). Forest carbon stock and flux: The effect of late stage succession on Tasmania’s Tall-Wet Eucalypt forest..
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