Meet the Team:
Kelvin Floyd, GIS and Database Management
Kelvin has 20 years experience in providing ecological restoration
advice, including animal and plant pest management. He previously
worked for the Auckland Regional Council and is heavily involved
in biodiversity projects abroad,through Wildlife Management International.
Kelvin has developed all of Te Ngahere's databases used to support field projects by monitoring agrichemical use, staff working hours, weed mapping and project planning. Kelvin has extensive experience in mapping and data collection supporting ecological projects.
Kelvin’s work history includes island restoration, seabird population monitoring, invasive species (mammals and plant) control and eradication, horticultural spraying and pruning, herbicide use, vertebrate and plant survey work, mapping, spatial analysis, GPS use and writing scientific papers and reports.