The Garden will be closed on Nov. 23 for Thanksgiving. On Nov. 24 and Nov. 25 the Garden closes at 4 p.m. due to Las Noches de las Luminarias.
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Seed collection and conservation, floristics and fire ecology of the Sonoran Desert.
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Socio-ecological systems; collaborative, community-based conservation; public participation in scientific research (PPSR) initiatives; models of PPSR and associated socio-ecological outcomes; building capacity for conservation; drivers of conservation; trade-offs in decision-making.
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Developing propagation techniques and protocols for rare plants, seed germination and viability studies of rare plants, habitat restoration and species reintroduction.
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Collections care and conservation, archiving and preservation of the Garden’s history.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 480 481.8143
Evolution, distribution and population genetics of rare plants; determinants of genetic and species diversity; biogeography; polyploidy.
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Community-based conservation; public participation in scientific research; building regional capacity; floristics of Sonoran Desert plants; environmental policy; invasive plant species management and native plant restoration.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 480 481.8108
Floristics of Southwestern United States, particularly Grand Canyon region, Cactaceae and Agavaceae systematics, ethnobotany of Sonoran Desert, invasive species, systematics of rare Southwestern plants.
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Plant water and nutrient relations of arid and semi-arid regions; desert riparian plant ecology and conservation; population dynamics of desert shrubs, trees and cactus species.
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Curation, conservation and processing of the collections.
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Databasing and accessioning the Garden’s Living Collections; production and placement of plant identification labels.
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Plant water relations, plant hydraulic systems, morphological and physiological investigation, histology, riparian restoration
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Phylogenetics, biogeography, morphological evolution, reticulate evolution, and polyploidy; plant systematics and speciation, especially of Opuntieae (Cactaceae); floristics.
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Soil-vegetation relationships in arid and semi-arid environments, ecology and conservation of semi-arid grasslands, development of long-lived clonal shrubs.
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Population ecology and genetics of rare plants, in situ and ex situ seed bank dynamics, invasive species, conservation science outreach and education.
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Systematics of Opuntieae (Cactaceae), hybridization of prickly pears, floristics, use of native and low water use plants in landscaping.
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Collection, organization, and dissemination of spatial data; maintenance of the Garden’s GIS.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 480 481.8107
Botanical inventories, endemic and rare and endangered plants of Arizona and the Sonoran Desert, molecular ecology, new crop development for arid-lands, and plant systematics using both traditional and molecular data.
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Databasing and accessioning the Garden’s Living Collection, Flora of Arizona and the Southwest.