Tommaso Sitzia


Tommaso is a forest ecologist. His research interests are in the interactions between the management and use of forest and semi-natural habitats and biodiversity conservation. He is experienced in planning of protected areas and forests, and in environmental impact assessment. His field abilities are in vascular plant surveys, vegetation mapping, and grouse sighting. He runs projects across a range or ecosystems, with a particular focus on the temperate ecosystems of central and southern Europe.

Biodiversity Ecology Environmental Sciences Plant Science

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Assistant Professor

University of Padua
October 2007
Land, Environment, Agriculture and Forestry

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