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Balancing agriculture and conservation in African savannas

My colleagues and I have a new paper (pre-production version here, production version here) out today in the latest issue of Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, the theme of which is “Tropical Grassy Biomes: linking ecology, human use, and conservation“, edited by Drs. Caroline Lehmann and Catherine Parr (a fellow Fitztitute alum). Our paper

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Latest news from the Mapping Africa project

 See the news about our recent production run on the project website.

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Successful first course on UAS for environmental monitoring

Last week I was in Italy to help teach a new course on UAS for Environmental Monitoring, which was organized by Salvatore Manfreda and Kelly Caylor, and run under the aegis of the University of Basilicata. Xurxo Gago from the Universitat de les Illes Balears provided instruction on multicopters and estimating crop water use from

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