Senior Research Associate
Filer Group Members
Publications (while at this department)
2014) Taxonomy in the electronic age and an e-monograph of the papaya family (Caricaceae) as an example Cladistics..
2014) A catalogue of the vascular plants of the Caatinga Phytogeographical Domain: a synthesis of floristic and phytosociological surveys Phytotaxa. 160 (1): pp 1-118.
2013) An Atlas of the World's Conifers. An Analysis of their Distribution, Biogeography, Diversity and Conservation Status. . Brill, Leiden, Netherlands. ISBN: 9789004211803.
2007) Serendipitous backyard hybridization and the origin of crops Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of. 104 (36): pp 14389-14389.
2001) Databases and herbarium efficiency BioNET newsletter. 8:
2001) Implementing BRAHMS at the Singapore Herbarium Newsletter of the Singapore Botanic Gardens. 16: pp 15-17
2000) A review of collections management at the Museu Paraense -Emílio Goeldi (MPEG) Belém, Brazil. Technical report prepared for the Museu Goeldi-DFID Pilot Programme (PPG-7) .
1999) Tree data management, mapping, and the development of the TREMA software International Forestry Review. 1 (2): pp 87-96
1996) Acacia karroo Monograph and Annotated Bibliography Tropical Forestry Papers. 32:
1996) Computerization of the East African Herbarium: Development of a regional plant information service; in: The Biodiversity of African Plants Proceedings XIVth AETFAT Congress. 22-27 August 1994, Wagenigen, Netherlands. pp 18-31
1988) A database for tree improvement and seed bank management: SISTEM Commonwealth Forestry Review. 67 (3): pp 243-251
Funding is raised through research grants, consultancy, BRAHMS support agreements and training courses.
BRAHMS is used in over 60 countries. The largest single project to date is the herbarium network running in the Netherlands. The country with the highest number of individual herbarium and research projects in Brazil.