Academia

I am working on research in wildlife trade at Naturalis Biodiversity Center

Teaching

Calderwood Seminar in public writing on on Environmental Futures and the Global Climate Crisis, at Bard College

Taste, Smell, Touch & Sound in plant identification, Open Science Network at Society for Economic Botany meeting

Product Development focusing on botanicals of Southern Africa, Open Science Network at Society for Economic Botany meeting

Biodiversity and Conservation, Partnership with Schools Initiative, University of Kent

Peer reviewed publications

Patent analysis as a novel method for exploring commercial interest in wild harvested species
2020 Biological Conservation
Masters. S,  van Andel. Tinde, de Boer. Hugo, Heijungs, Reinout, & Gravendeel. Barbara.

A review of the trade in orchids and its implications for conservation
2018 Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society Vol 186, Issue 4
Hinsley.A, de Boer. Hugo, Fay. M, Gale. S, Gardiner. L, Rajasinghe. G, Pankaj. K, Masters. S, Metusala. D, Roberts. D, Veldman. S, Shan. W, & Phelps. J.

Orchid Review

The Plantsman

 Society for Economic Botany
Interview with Dr. Gary Paul Nabhan, 2018 DEB
Society for Economic Botany Newsletter, Fall 2018

Book Review: Ethnobotany of the Caucasus
Economic Botany, March 2018, Volume 72, Issue 1, page 131

Book Review: Australian Native Plants: Cultivation and Uses in Health and Food Industries.
Economic Botany, March 2017, Volume 71, Issue 1, page 97

Book Review: Mediterranean Wild Edible Plants: Ethnobotany and Food Composition Tables
Economic Botany, December 2016, Volume 70, Issue 4, page 441

Book Review: Medicinal Plants of Central Asia: Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan
Economic Botany, March 2014, Volume 68, Issue 1, page 116

Book Review: Khawa Karpo. Tibetan Traditional Knowledge and Biodiversity Conservation (MSB 121)
Economic Botany, September 2013  Volume 67, Issue 3, page 270

Book Review: Top 100 Exotic Food Plants
Economic Botany, June 2013, Volume 67, Issue 2, page 178