Dr Bryony Horton
NSW Office of Environment and Heritage
Bryony is a Senior Scientist within Ecosystem Science Branch of Science Division, Office of Environment and Heritage. Bryony provides strategic, analytical and scientific advice for scientific programs and monitoring projects relating to Saving Our Species, the NSW Government’s threatened species program. Previously she has worked in consulting, non-profit and other governmental roles related to conservation science and management. Bryony’s doctorate explored ecosystem health through understanding eucalypt forest dieback and nutrient pathways related to symbiotic fungi. Her interest remains in understanding ecosystem functions and their management to maintain and restore ecosystem health.