Professor Andrew Lowe is Chair in Plant Conservation Biology, Deputy Dean - Partnerships and Collaboration, Faculty of Sciences and Director of the Centre for Conservation Science and Technology at the University of Adelaide; and Principal Advisor - Biodiversity Research Partnerships in the South Australian Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources.
Andrew’s predominant research interest is ‘how do plants survive and adapt to anthropomorphized landscapes?’
He leads a group applying ecological and genomic analyses, to understand and develop management strategies for a range of landscapes; historical, contemporary and future; intact, fragmented and exploited.
Andrew is passionate about communicating science, particularly the threats and solutions to biodiversity pressures.
Check out his blog at https://biodiversityrevolution.wordpress.com
Lab group website: http://lowelabgroup.com.au
Conservation Science: http://www.adelaide.edu.au/environment/cst/
Lab group Hotmail: https://www.facebook.com/lowelabgroup
Uni profile: http://www.adelaide.edu.au/directory/andrew.lowe
Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=7f5oIgYAAAAJ&hl=en&authuser=2
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