Publications

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Kiehn, M. (2018). Botanical illustration at the Botanical Garden, University of Vienna. In B. Sayers, & M. Pertl (Eds.), A Tower of strength. : The orchids that celebrate Frederick William Moore. (pp. 1). Dublin.


Gruber, S., Kiehn, M., Götzinger, M., Rohatsch, A., Formanek, S., & Dangl, I. (2018). Erste Nachweise für Objekte der Wiener Weltausstellung 1873 in der Warenkundesammlung des Technischen Museums Wien. In Studien zur Wiener Geschichte (Vol. 69/71 (2013-2015), pp. 21-35)


Rivière, S., Müller, J., Breman, E., Carta, A., Kiehn, M., & Miranto, M. (2018). Progress report towards meeting 2020 GSPC Targets 8 & 9 in Europe – implementation and subsequent recommendations. In P. Wyse Jackson, K. Farris, & S. Sharrock (Eds.), – Global Partnership for Plant Conservation 2018. 28-30 August 2018. Conference Programme with Abstracts. : Abstracts (pp. 38). Kirstenbosch.


Kiehn, M., Bröderbauer, D., Rose, M., Schumacher, F., Rauchberger, N., & Schlag-Edler, B. (2018). The Botanicum: new options for public outreach and science education at the Botanical Garden of the University of Vienna. In Book of Abstracts. Eight European Botanic Gardens Congress. (pp. 115-116). Lisboa.


Kiehn, M., & Löhne, C. (2018). The International Plant Exchange Network (IPEN) and the Nagoya Protocol. In D. LARPIN (Ed.), Proceedings of the EuroGard VII Congress. (pp. 58-66). Paris.


Kiehn, M., Breman, E., Miranto, M., Carta, A., Müller, J., & Rivière, S. (2018). Working towards reaching target 8 of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation 2020 in Europe: Contributions of the European Native Seed Conservation Network (ENSCONET) Consortium. In Book of Abstracts. Eight European Botanic Gardens Congress. (pp. 114-115). Lisboa.


Lampert, P., Kiehn, M., Kapelari, S., Scheuch, M., & Müllner, B. (2017). Students' conceptions about reproduction in plants. Poster session presented at European Science Education Research Association - Conference 2017, Dublin , Ireland.


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