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plant biologist

Andrés Vicente Pérez Latorre, Spanish plant biologist. Grantee, Minister Education Spain, 1989-1992, European Community Council and Spanish Government, 1994-1995, Andalusian Government, 1995-1996. Consultor member Valle del río Genal Workgroup Association, Málaga, 1993—2003; environmental activities coordinator Scouts of Andalusia-Scouts of Spain, 1995—1999; Member of Spanish Biologists Association, Spanish Society Forestry Sciences.

Background

Latorre, Andrés Vicente Pérez was born on July 18, 1965 in Valencia, Spain. Son of Andrés Pérez Vanaclocha and Mercedes Latorre Muñoz.

Education

Plant biologist, 1989. University lecturer, 2000. Doctor of Science, 1993.

Career

Associate lecturer University Málaga, Spain, 1996—1998, faculty lecturer Spain, 1998—2000, senior lecturer Spain, since 2000. Plant biology researcher University Málaga, since 1994.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in endangered, relic and rare plants of Western Mediterranean. Research in Mediterranean flora and vegetation. Research in ecomorphology and phenomorphology of Mediterranean vegetation.

    Research in natural parks plants conservation. Research in landscape and vegetation. Research in vegetation cartography in situ using geographic information system or geographical information science.

    Research in envirnomental planning using plant bioindicators. First to Quercus suber forests flora, vegetation and dynamics.

Membership

Consultor member Valle del río Genal Workgroup Association, Málaga, 1993—2003. Environmental activities coordinator Scouts of Andalusia-Scouts of Spain, 1995—1999. Member of Spanish Biologists Association, Spanish Society Forestry Sciences.

Connections

father:
Andrés Pérez Vanaclocha

mother:
Mercedes Latorre Muñoz