I write collecting guides for seed collectors as part of the Adapting Agriculture to Climate Change project. The project is targeting the wild relatives of 29 crop species for seed banking and the guides I produce help seed collectors find and identify the species they’re looking for. I compile information from herbarium specimens, publications and online resources to produce species descriptions, and provide images and maps. I also have an interest in the Flora of New Guinea and am a co-author on a forthcoming Kew book, a genus-level guide to the trees of New Guinea.
- BA (Hons), Natural Sciences, Univ. Cambridge, 2003
Adapting agriculture to climate change
Collecting and protecting the wild relatives of the world’s most important food crops to safeguard our future food security in a changing climate.
Unlocking the potential of Seasonal Forests to underpin Wallacea's green economy
Exploring the plant diversity of the Lesser Sunda Islands to help create a framework for ecologically viable economic development.