Joe Miller

Scientific researcher,
NA

Global Biodiversity Information Facility
E-mail: jmiller@gbif.org
Institution page
Personal page




Research

I am a molecular evolutionary biologist. I combine molecular, morphological and ecological data with bioinformatic tools to investigate the evolution and systematics of plants. My main interest is the plant genus Acacia but I work on many plants including orchids, Eucalyptus and the whole flora of Australia. My overall goal is to use my research and management skills to inform and guide public policy for better environmental outcomes.



Publications

3- Data integration enables global biodiversity synthesis
Journal Article
Heberling J M , Miller J T , Noesgaard D , Weingart S B , Schigel D ,
2021 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (Date Added: 2021-11-05)

2- Plant and fungal collections: Current status, future perspectives
Journal Article
Paton A , Antonelli A , Carine M , Forzza R C , Davies N , Demissew S , Dröge G , Fulcher T , Grall A , Holstein N , Jones M , Liu U , Miller J , Moat J , Nicolson N , Ryan M , Sharrock S , Smith D , Thiers B , Victor J , Wilkinson T , Dickie J ,
2020 Plants People Planet (Date Added: 2021-11-05)

1- Increased diversification rates are coupled with higher rates of climate space exploration in Australian Acacia (Caesalpinioideae)
Journal Article
Renner M A M , Foster C S P , Miller J T , Murphy D J ,
2020 New Phytologist (Date Added: 2021-11-05)