About Associate Professor Daniel Penny

A/Prof Daniel Penny's research is focussed on the environmental history of the global tropics, but particularly mainland Southeast Asia (Thailand, Cambodia) and central America. A/Prof Daniel Penny's research applies expertise in palaeo-botany and sedimentology to document the response of tropical ecosystems to climatic variability and human activities over long periods of time.

The aim of this research is to reveal the complex mechanistic interaction between the biosphere (including humans) and the atmosphere in

A/Prof Daniel Penny is a Senior Research Fellow at the School of Geosciences
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