Archaeology, Museums & Heritage – Maurizio Rossetto – Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Archaeology, Museums & Heritage – Maurizio Rossetto – Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Archaeology, Museums & Heritage – Maurizio Rossetto

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Dr Maurizio Rossetto | Royal Botanic Garden Sydney

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Dr Maurizio Rossetto is the Senior Principal Research Scientist at the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney. He is a passionate researcher who utilises the best technologies to advance conservation in Australia and the world. Over twenty years ago he spent time studying rainforest ecology, inspired by the unique pockets of rainforest that remain in NSW known as the Big Scrub. From here, he has developed two main concepts for his work. The first is measuring biodiversity or understanding the current distribution of species. The second is measuring adaptation or understanding how and why species respond to changing environments.

Maurizio has also helmed the flagship conservation program, Restore & Renew, which began in 2015. The purpose of this project is to provide restoration practitioners with a tool that will help them to best rejuvenate and conserve our environments.

 

 

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Date

May 20 2021

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