Understanding long-term ecological data and helping inform future resource stewardship
We use a variety of methodologies to 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
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 ...
Herizo Andrianandrasana, DPhil student in the Oxford Long-Term Ecology & Resource Stewardship Group, led by Professor Kathy Willis, has won the 2014 Tusk Award for emerging leaders in conservation – an award sponsored by Land Rover. The award was presented ...
The Long-term Ecology and Resource Stewardship lab in the University of Oxford and the Centre for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) Evidence Based Forestry initiative are collaborating on a systematic review map that aims to summarize the state of available methodologies ...
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