Mrs Catherine Kirby
Research Support Officer
Qualifications: MSc (1st class) Waikato
Personal Website: http://www.nzepiphytenetwork.org
I am part of the terrestrial ecology team in the Environmental Research Institute. I am interested in applied research and science communication. My speciality is native epiphytes (perching plants) but I work across a wide range of projects. My two key science communication projects are the New Zealand Tree Project and the New Zealand Epiphyte Network.
Kirby, C. L. (2016). The state of play: research and engagement in New Zealand's canopies. In 2016 New Zealand Epiphyte Network Workshop: Working with canopy. Conference held at Auckland Botanic Gardens, Auckland, New Zealand. Retrieved from http://www.nzepiphytenetwork.org/2016-presentations.html
Clarkson, B., Bylsma, R. J., Henwood, O. R., & Kirby, C. L. (2016). Threatened epiphytes of Hunua Ranges. In 2016 New Zealand Epiphyte Network Workshop: Working with canopy plants. Conference held at Auckland Botanic Gardens, Auckland, New Zealand. Retrieved from http://www.nzepiphytenetwork.org/2016-presentations.html
Kirby, C., & Clarkson, B. D. (2015). A review of New Zealand terrestrial epiphyte research: critical gaps and opportunities. In New Zealand Ecological Society 2015 conference. Held at University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand.
Clarkson, B. D., & Kirby, C. L. (2014). Bringing indigenous biodiversity back into Hamilton and other New Zealand cities. In Gardens at the Frontier: New perspectives on garden history. Conference held at Hamilton, New Zealand.
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