Analysis and Conservation of Plant Diversity (Dr. Castello)

Miris Castello

Researcher in Systematic Botany (BIO/02)
Tel: +39 040 5583871
M building, via Giorgieri 10



Miris Castello is researcher in Systematic Botany at the University of Trieste since 1998 and lecturer in Plant Ecology. She has a MS degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Trieste and a Ph.D. in Geobotany from the University of Pavia (Italy).
Her research interests focus on the analysis of plant diversity applied to environmental analysis and assessment and include flora and plant communities, environmental biomonitoring, biodiversity conservation.
Among her research activities, she has been working for several years on air quality biomonitoring using lichens and bryophytes and on the lichen flora and vegetation of Antarctica within the Italian National Antarctic Research Programme (PNRA).
She is currently working on monitoring and conservation of plant diversity and habitats, in particular dry grassland, wetlands, inland waters and forest ecosystems, on IUCN Red Lists of plants and on urban ecology.


Last update: 05-28-2024 - 23:30