University of Nottingham Malaysia
School of Environmental and Geographical Sciences
     
  
 

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Alex Lechner

Honorary Associate Professor,

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Biography

Dr Alex Lechner is a landscape ecologist and an honarary Associate Professor at the School of Environmental and Geographical Sciences at the University of Nottingham Malaysia and Senior Lecturer at the University of Lincoln Uk. Originally, from Australia, he has held a variety of positions at the University of Queensland, the University of Tasmania, and RMIT University and conducted research in a wide range of areas from mine land rehabilitation to planning wildlife corridors. Alex has completed a BSc majoring in Ecology at the University of Queensland, and a MAppSci specialising in Geospatial Science and a PhD in Landscape Ecology at RMIT University.

Expertise Summary

Alex's research focuses on conservation planning, biodiversity impact assessment, spatial planning and urban sustainability, commonly using spatial modelling to characterise biodiversity and ecosystem services across space and time. He also conducts research to support planning and participatory decision-making through the development of novel spatial approaches including ecosystem services modelling, big remote sensing data and participatory web-based mapping.

He runs the Landscape Ecology and Conservation lab https://leclab.wixsite.com/spatial at University of Nottingham Malaysia and University of Lincoln.

Also see ResearchGate and Google Scholar for further information about his research.

Research Summary

Alex's research focuses on conservation planning, biodiversity impact assessment, spatial planning and urban sustainability, commonly using spatial modelling to characterise biodiversity and… read more

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Current Research

Alex's research focuses on conservation planning, biodiversity impact assessment, spatial planning and urban sustainability, commonly using spatial modelling to characterise biodiversity and ecosystem services across space and time. He also conducts research to support planning and participatory decision-making through the development of novel spatial approaches including ecosystem services modelling, big remote sensing data and participatory web-based mapping.

He runs the Landscape Ecology and Conservation lab https://leclab.wixsite.com/spatial at University of Nottingham Malaysia and University of Lincoln.

Also see ResearchGate and Google Scholar for further information about his research.

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