Scientists named as environmental influencers

University of Adelaide scientists have been named among South Australia’s most influential people in the environment sector.

The Advertiser published a Top 50 list last week with the help of the Australian Science Media Centre and environment and water experts from the State Government.

The panel shortlisted the most influential people in the environment space within the last two decades; and who were currently living in SA.

So, who’s who in the environment? Included in the top 50 were the following University of Adelaide academics and affiliates:

Professor Bob Hill

Professor Bob Hill

Researchers

Professor Andy Lowe

Professor Andrew Lowe

Affiliates

  • Professor Chris Daniels
    Adjunct Professor, School of Biological Sciences
  • Dr Katherine Moseby
    Associate Lecturer, School of Biological Sciences
  • Dr John Read
    Adjunct Senior Lecturer, School of Biological Sciences
  • Professor Simon Goldsworthy
    Aquatic Sciences Centre, SARDI
  • Professor Alan Noble
    Adjunct Professor, School of Computer Science
  • Elaine Benstead
    Zoos SA (Environment Institute board member)

See the full list of South Australia’s most influential people in the environment sector.
(The Advertiser subscriber article)

SA's 50 most influential people in the environment sector

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