I am a part time technical Officer working in Science Division under the direction of Dr Neil Gibson. My work involves technical support for botanical projects principally Flora Survey in the Biogeography Group.
I have a Bsc in Biology from Murdoch University.
I first joined the Department (then the Department of Conservation and Land Management) as a temporary technical assistant with the Metropolitan Region Office in July 1988. In October 1988 I was appointed as a permanent part time Technical Officer in Science Division.
Before joining the Department I worked as a Graduate Research Assistant in Environmental Science at Murdoch University, Research Assistant with Kings Park Board and Technical Assistant with Samson Engineering.
Gibson N, Langley M (2016). Flora survey of the Colville 1:100,000 map sheet area, northern Nullarbor. 30 p.
Gibson N, Sandiford EM, Langley M (2016). Vascular flora of the Peterswald Hill area, Great Victoria Desert: report for the Department of the Environment. Department of Parks and Wildlife, Kensington, WA. 52 p.
Sampson JF, Hankinson M, McArthur S, Tapper S, Langley M, Gibson N, Yates C, Byrne M (2015). Long-term islands in the landscape: low gene flow, effective population size and genetic divergence in the shrub Hakea oldfieldii (Proteaceae). Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 179, p.
Gibson N, Langley MA (2012). Vascular flora of Credo Station and adjacent reserves: a report to the Bush Blitz Program, Australian Biological Resources Study. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 30 p.
Gibson N, Yates C, Byrne M, Langley M, Thavornkanlapachai R (2012). The importance of recruitment patterns versus reproductive output in the persistence of a short-range endemic shrub in a highly fragmented landscape of south-western Australia. Australian Journal of Botany 60, p.
Langley M (2009). Additional flora survey data (1998, 1999) for addition to larger dataset for West Midlands study to generate phytogeographic units of sub-systems for the West Midlands, Western Australia. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 1 CD
Yates C, Byrne M, Gibson N, Langley M, Newman B, Sampson J, Stankowski S, Thavornkanlapachai R (2009). Assessing the long-term viability of the locally restricted species Calothamnus sp. Whicher and Hakea oldfieldii in a threatened ecological community near Busselton. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 54 p.
Richardson J, Langley M, Meissner R, Hopkins A (2005). Biodiversity assessment and vegetation mapping of the northern agricultural region, Western Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 106 p.
Richardson J, Meissner R, Langley M (2004). Interim report: a preliminary biodiversity assessment of the northern agricultural region, Western Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 132 p.
Langley M (2002). Sprinklers protect Woodvale's buildings from wildfire. Conservation News Mar., p. 3
Clarke K, Langley M, Volunteers from the Bushland Plant Survey Project (2000). The vegetation and flora of the Acourt Road bushland, north Banjup, City of Canning, Jandakot Regional Botanic Park: for the Bannister Creek Catchment Group (Inc.). Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Nedlands. 53 p.
Hopkins AJM, Langley MA (2000). West Midlands study: project status report. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 12 p.
Corbyn D, Hislop M, Langley M (1997). Plants of Kalannie-Goodlands, Shire of Dalwallinu, W.A.. Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Nedlands. 48 p.
Kelly AE, Taylor A, Langley MA, Spooner A, Coates DJ (1993). Declared rare flora and other plants in need of special protection in the metropolitan area. Western Australian Wildlife Management Program 10, 155 p.
Sokolowski R, Burrows N, Shearer B, Keighery G, Algar D, Friend A et al. [Langley M, Clift H] (1991). Interim guidelines for necessary operations for Woodvale Nature Reserve no. 30809. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 62 p.