Andrew is currently researching: trace elements / REEs in estuarine sediments; acid sulfate soil issues; controls on trace elements and HFSEs in regolith (see Featured Publications for publication highlights).
Andrew's teaching highlights include a class project case study on contamination of urban soil / street dust / wetland sediment, supported with practical (including multivariate) statistics.
The University of Western Australia received a very positive evaluation of research disciplines central to the School of Earth and Environment in the State of Australian University Research 2015–16:...Read More
This week sees the departure of a valued colleague, Laura Lochore. Despite only having worked in the School of Earth Environment since February this year, Laura has had a profound impact on administra...Read More
For the third year running, environmental science students from UWA were the winners of the Paul Turner Scholarship, awarded by the Australian Contaminated Land Consultants Association in WA. The scho...Read More
A recent UWA media release highlights research recently published on the measurement of gold and other metals in the water of Perth’s iconic Swan River estuary. Dr Andy Lucas, who did the work a...Read More
Four undergraduate students from the School of Earth and Environment: Tala Al-Obaidi, Charlotte Patrick, Eleanor Liddle and Colin Flower (L-R in top photo) were among the first WA teams to compete in ...Read More