Adrian Andrei, Ph.D.
Professor of Wildlife Management
Department of Agriculture and Environmental Science
120 Founders Hall
Jefferson City, Missouri 65101
Phone: (573) 681-5451
- Ph.D. Wildlife Science, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas
- M.S. Environmental Science, Banat's University of Agriculture, Timisoara, Romania
- B.S. Agriculture and Biology, Banat's University of Agriculture, Timisoara, Romania
Dr. Andrei teaches classes in wildlife management, wetlands management, natural resource management and environmental sciences. He is a faculty advisor to the Lincoln University Chapter of The Wildlife Society and advisor to over 20 undergraduate students. He has been the PD or Co-PD of several projects funded by the MDC and USDA.
Management of forests and grasslands in ways that provide economic benefit to people, and preserves biodiversity and ecosystems.
Lincoln University Cooperative Extension, Restoration and management of warm season grasses, USDA, Renewable Resources Extension Act.
- Andrei, A. E., L. M. Smith, D. A. Haukos, J. G. Surles, and W. P. Johnson. 2009. Foraging ecology of migrant shorebirds in saline lakes of the Southern Great Plains. Waterbirds 32(1):138-148.
- Andrei, A. E., L. M. Smith, D. A. Haukos, and J. G. Surles. 2008. Habitat use by migrant shorebirds in saline lakes of the Southern Great Plains. Journal of Wildlife Management 72(1):246–253.