frankiecoburn 策展人

加入於:2018 3 月 03 最近活躍:2024 7 月 20 iNaturalist

Botanist with critter curiosity specializing in southwestern US flora, especially the Central Arizona Highlands, Mojave and Sonoran Deserts, and coastal southern California.

I work with federal agencies, non-profits, botanical gardens, universities and consulting firms conducting floras, rare plant surveys and monitoring, and ecological research. A.S. Yavapai College (2006), B.S. Northern Arizona University (2009), M.S. Arizona State University (2015)

I have research interests in floristics, taxonomy and systematics (Physalis, Poaceae, Lamiaceae), plant-environment relationships and biogeography, evolution and biogeography of endemic and rare taxa, edaphic evolution, ethnobotany - specifically how humans have moved plants around historically and prehistorically, and riparian plant ecology and conservation. My favorite part of botany is sharing curiosity, exchanging and passing of knowledge. I seek to do this through journeys with friends into the wild, partnerships with organizations, outreach, providing training in citizen science projects, and increasingly through exchanges on iNaturalist!