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Pilbara Seed Atlas and Field Guide


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Todd E. Erickson is the Project Manager of the Restoration Seedbank Initiative, a joint project between The University of Western Australia (UWA), Kings Park and Botanic Garden, and BHP Billiton Iron Ore. He has been researching aspects of seed ecology and restoration for over 12 years at the Botanic Gardens of Adelaide, the Department of Parks and Wildlife (Perth), Kings Park and Botanic Garden, and UWA. He completed a PhD in 2015 at UWA researching arid zone seeds and large-scale mining restoration.

Russell L. Barrett worked as a Research Botanist with the Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority prior to moving to the Australian National Herbarium, CSIRO, in Canberra. He is an Adjunct Lecturer at the University of Western Australia in the School of Plant Biology and a Research Associate at the Western Australian Herbarium. He grew up in the remote Kimberley region of northern Western Australia, developing an early passion for plants. An experienced taxonomist and photographer, his work has taken him to many remote parts of the state, discovering many new species of plants along the way.

David J. Merritt is a Senior Research Scientist at Kings Park and Botanic Garden. A seed scientist for more than 15 years, his research interests include seed banking; seed dormancy and germination; and restoration ecology. He completed a PhD in 2002 at The University of Western Australia.

Kingsley W. Dixon is a Professor at Curtin University, Australia, Visiting Professor at The University of Western Australia, Visiting Professor at Kings Park and Botanic Garden, Centre Director for the ARC Industrial Transformation Training Centre for Mining Restoration and is the Chair of the Society for Ecological Restoration Australasia. He has programs in native seed biology, ecology, restoration ecophysiology, rare plant conservation, pollination science and marine restoration.

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