Andrea D. Phillott, Professor in Environmental Studies at FLAME University, conducts research in the field of marine biology, conservation and education. A voracious reader herself, Andrea uses popular literature to inspire and inform students about concepts and careers in ecology and the conservation sciences.
She engages undergraduate students to assist with literature searches and reviews and data collection and analysis, and always offers productive student collaborators the opportunity to be co-author on research papers and conference presentations.
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Teaching evidence-based conservation
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Reading popular literature helps build disciplinary literacy - An example from conservation science
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