Congratulations to our Alumni MEDfOR student Martin Bawinabadi Bagaram, who publish a paper related with his MEDfOR Master Thesis:
"Can we use drones (UAVs) to supplement forest inventories? How forest Canopy gaps are related to forest parameters such as DBH, understorey biodiversity and habitat trees?"
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Environmental Project funded by the Ruffor-UK Foundation
One of our former MEDfOR students, Tesfay Bezah from Ethiopia, and now a Lecturer and Researcher at University of Adigrat, has recently had a project approved for funding from The Ruffor Foundation.
The project: Empowering Community to Introduce Area Enclosure for Enhancing Natural Regeneration of the Endangered Boswellia Papyrifera and its Degraded Habitat in Ethiopia, is the continuation of a former project: Prioritizing the Factors Affecting Conservation of the Endangered Boswellia papyrifera Tree Species, And Developing Its Community-Based Solutions in Ethiopia
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