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Researcher: Catchpole, DJ (Mr Damian Catchpole)

Fields of Research

Plant biology
Evolutionary biology
Palaeoclimatology
Global change biology
Biogeography and phylogeography
Other environmental sciences
Terrestrial ecology

Research Objectives

Terrestrial biodiversity
Expanding knowledge in the environmental sciences
Social impacts of climate change and variability
Other environmental management

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Andean Forests, Orographic Clouds and Climate Change: a Holistic Approach to Evaluate Hydric Inputs; 2nd Regional Conference on Global Change: South America
En un solo árbol de bosque hallan 195 orquídeas, bromelias y musgos
Flora Vascular de la selva central del Peru: Una aproximacion de la composicion floristica de tres Areas Naturales Protegidas; Arnaldoa
Orchids, cloud forests and cyberspace: Proceeds from Miami show fund grants far and wide on a variety of topics
Orographic gradients in climate and forest cover at the Cordillera Yanachaga, Peru
The ecology of vascular epiphytes on Ficus crassiuscula host trees in a Peruvian cloud forest; 4th International Canopy Conference 2005 'Tropical versus Temperate Forests', Leipzig, Germany
The Genus Brachionidium Lindl. (Orchidaceae) in Peru with a New Species Endemic to the Selva Central; Lindleyana
The microclimate above, within and below emergent tree crowns in a Peruvian cloud forest; 4th International Canopy Conference 2005 'Tropical versus Temperate Forests', Leipzig, Germany
The outstanding speciose vascular epiphytic flora of a single strangler fig (Ficus sp.) in a Peruvian cloud forest; School of Geography and Environmental Studies 2004 Conference
The outstandingly speciose epiphytic flora of a single strangler fig (Ficus crassiuscula) in a Peruvian montane cloud forest; Tropical montane cloud forests: Science for conservation and management

Research Projects

Predicting the Vulnerability of Epiphytic Orchid Communities to Climate Change in the Peruvian Andes; South Florida Orchid Society (SFOS)
Predicting the Vulnerability of Epiphytic Orchid Communities to Climate Change in the Peruvian Andes; San Diego County Orchid Society (SDCOS)

Research Candidate Supervision