|Dr. Linda Coote||Post-doctoral Researcher||
Department of Botany,School of Natural Sciences,Trinity College,Dublin 2
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Linda is the botanical post-doctoral researcher with the ForestBio project based at TCD. Her PhD (TCD, 2007) was a study of the epiphyte diversity of conifer plantations, carried out as part of the BIOFOREST project. She also assisted with studies of the terrestrial flora of forestry plantations for the BIOFOREST project. As part of her BSc in Environmental Science (NUI, Galway, 2001) she examined the flora of Derryclare Wood, a semi-natural woodland nature reserve in Connemara. She has also worked for the National Parks and Wildlife Service, collecting and databasing existing Irish lichen records as part of the LichenIreland project.
- Coote, L., Dietzsch, A.C., Wilson, M.W., Graham, C.T., Fuller, L., Walsh, A.T., Irwin, S., Kelly, D.L., Mitchell, F.J.G., Kelly, T.C. and O'Halloran, J. 2013. Testing indicators of biodiversity for biodiversity for plantation forests. Ecological Indicators, 32: 107-115.
- Coote, L., French, L.J. Moore, K.M., Mitchell, F. and Kelly, D. 2012. Can plantation forests support plant species and communities of semi-natural woodland? Forest Ecology and Management, 283:86-95.
- Coote, L., French, L.J., Moore, K., Mitchell, F.J.G. & Kelly, D.L. 2010. Can plantation forests support species and vegetation communities typical of semi-natural woodlands? British Ecological Society Annual Meeting, 9th September 2010, Leeds, UK.
- Coote, L., Smith, G.F., Kelly, D.L., O'Donoghue, S., Dowding, P., Iremonger, S. & Mitchell, F.J.G. 2007. Epiphytes of Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis) plantations in Ireland and the effects of open spaces. Biodiversity and Conservation Special 16:4009-4024.