ANU School of Culture, History and Language
ANU College of Asia and the Pacific
Professor Simon Haberle is Director of the School of Culture, History and Language and is a Chief Investigator in the ARC Centre of Excellence for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage at The Australian National University.
Professor Haberle is a palaeoecologist and palynologist working on reconstructions of past environmental change spanning the last 120,000 years to provide a greater understanding of the role of climate, fire and people in long-term ecosystem dynamics in Australia and the Indo-Pacific.
He coordinates the Canberra Pollen Monitoring program, which provides daily pollen counts to the Canberra public as a citizen science project to help reduce suffering from hay fever and allergic rhinitis related disease. He is currently developing key online resources for palaeoecology including the Australasian Pollen and Spore Atlas (https://apsa.anu.edu.au) and the Indo-Pacific Palaeoecological Database.
Sniffles, sneezes and scratchy eyes … hay fever season is coming! So it’s a good time to clear…
21 July 2022
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16 March 2022
A new study by researchers from The Australian National University (ANU) has identified warning signs of ecosystem collapse…
29 September 2021
Extreme levels of pollen from cypress pine trees in the Canberra region this week are a clear sign…
19 August 2021
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