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Dr Lorenzo Gil Vives
Dr Lorenzo Gil Vives
Senior Lecturer
Biology (Secretary)
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    Dr Lorenzo Gil Vives


    Brief CV

    Lorenzo Gil Vives (Palma de Mallorca, 1966) holds a degree in biology (1989) by the Universitat de les Illes Balears and Doctor in Biological Sciences (1994) at the same University.

    Works since 1994 in the Universitat de les Illes Balears, where has been researcher and Professor.

    He has taught in the Bachelor of Biologia, the diploma in Hortofruticultura i Jardineria; and, currently, in Biologia Degree and Enginyeria Agroalimentària i del Medi Rural Degree.

    His lines of research are chorology, reproductive biology, conservation biology and phytosociology.

    He is the author of several books, chapters of books and a score of articles published in national and international journals.

    He has received 3 awards of research by different works related to the flora of the Balearic Islands: Castellitx (Ayuntamiento de Algaida, 2003), Rei en Jaume (Ayuntamiento de Calvia, 2008) and Pare Josep Obrador (Ayuntamiento de Sa Pobla, 2015).


    Office Hours

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    Subjects taught. Academic Year 2020-21

    Subjects taught
    Subject Degree/campus
    20108 - Basic Field Operations
    11232 - Advanced Techniques for Studying Vegetation and Habitats

    Teaching, 5 previous years

    Subject Degree
    11232 - Advanced Techniques for Studying Vegetation and Habitats
    11239 - Master's Thesis
    • Master's in Applied Biotechnology2019-20
    20103 - Biology
    20108 - Basic Field Operations
    20125 - Resources for Evaluation of Biodiversity
    20134 - Botany Applied to the Job Market
    22485 - Agricultural Botany
    • Degree in Food and Agriculture Engineering and the Rural Environment2015-16, 2017-18


    Research groups

    Group Membership type
    Interdisciplinary ecology (EI) Member
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