Kimberlie McCue | Desert Botanical Garden

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Kimberlie McCue

Chief Science Officer

Ph.D. University of Missouri-Columbia—1997

Email: kmccue@dbg.org

Phone: 480.481.8137

RESEARCH AND CONSERVATION INTERESTS

  • Population ecology and genetics of rare plants
  • in situ and ex situ seed bank dynamics
  • Invasive species
  • Conservation science outreach and education

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Albrecht, M. and K.A. McCue. 2009. Changes in demographic processes over long time scales reveal the challenge of restoring an endangered plant. Restoration Ecology. Early View DOI: 10.1111/j.1526-100X.2009.00584.x.

Rimer, R.L. and K.A. McCue. 2005. Restoration of Helenium virginicum Blake, a threatened plant of the Ozark Highlands.  Natural Areas Journal.  25:86-90.

McCue, K.A., E. Belt and M. Yurlina. 2001. Propagation protocol for Astragalus bibullatusNative Plants Journal.  Fall:131-132.

McCue, K.A. and T.P. Holtsford. 1998.  Seed bank influences on genetic diversity in the rare annual Clarkia springvillensis (Onagraceae). American Journal of Botany.  85:30-36.

McCue, K.A., E.S. Buckler and T.P. Holtsford. 1996.  A hierarchical view of genetic structure in the rare annual plant Clarkia springvillensisConservation Biology.  10:1425-1434.

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