We collect data spanning a wide range of temporal and spatial scales to understand the processes that underpin biodiversity and ecosystem processes, provide new information to improve management decisions in landscapes beyond protected areas, and develop ecologically-sound decision support tools for sustainable resource stewardship
100,000 years of Climate change and forest resilience in the Eastern MediterraneanPalaeo-Trophic Cascades (PACE)
Unravelling biofuel impacts on ecosystem services, human wellbeing and poverty alleviation in Sub-Saharan AfricaNaturEtrade
Mammal defauntation and trophic cascades in EthiopiaImpact of EU Agri-environment policies on ecosystem functioning
Remote assessment of locally important ecological features across landscapes: how representative of reality?
A recently published paper in Ecological Applications describes the local ecological footprinting tool (LEFT), which uses globally available databases, modelling, and algorithms to remotely assess locally important ecological features across landscapes based on five criteria: biodiversity (beta-diversity), vulnerability (threatened species), ...
Professor Kathy Willis has been awarded the 2015 prize for her excellent work in science communication. The Royal Society Michael Faraday Prize and Lecture is awarded annually to the scientist or engineer whose expertise in communicating scientific ideas to a ...
In November, LTEL researchers were in Mozambique to study the impact of Jatropha plantations in Sofala region. The study focuses on the socio-economic and environmental impacts of one of the last Jatropha projects that is still in place in southern Africa. For more ...
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