Kingsley Dixon

Kingsley Dixon is a biologist and Professor at Curtin University and Kings Park and Botanic Garden in Perth, specialising in the conservation and restoration of plants in the southwest Australian biodiversity hotspot, coastal ecosystems and dryland regions of the world. He operates programs involving community, industry and government focusing on delivering on-ground benefits through targeted research in seed science, landscape functional analysis, ex situ conservation and plant ecology. He was instrumental in discovering smoke for germination of Australian species and worked on the discovery of the chemicals in smoke responsible for promoting post-fire germination. He holds positions in national and international conservation and professional organisations.

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