While the Garden has active research projects in the Amazon and in the Brazilian Atlantic Coastal forests, the institution also has active programs in other parts of South America. The most important areas for NYBG research traditionally have been Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, central Brazil, and Chile.
NYBG’s South America Projects:
Bryoflora of Cape Horn Archipelago
EvoNet: A Phylogenomic and Systems Biology Approach to Identify Genes Underlying Plant Survival in Marginal, Low-Nitrogen Soils
Flora of Las Orquídeas National Park
Legume Research at The New York Botanical Garden
On the Andaquí Trail: Exploration and Conservation of Colombia’s Eastern Andean Piedmont