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Students on this Masters are automatically affiliated to, and participate in, the Human Ecology Research Group with its long record of fostering outstanding postgraduate and postdoctoral research.

Staff and students have carried out a diverse range of research programmes and projects all over the world.

Common themes include: Resource use; livelihoods; poverty; biodiversity; conservation; development; corporate social responsibility; demography; migration & mobility; environmental change. All this research has been carried out in forests; wetlands; drylands; cloud forests; marine areas; urban and peri-urban areas... read more

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Students on this Masters are automatically affiliated to, and participate in, the Human Ecology Research Group with its long record of fostering outstanding postgraduate and postdoctoral research.

Staff and students have carried out a diverse range of research programmes and projects all over the world.

Common themes include: Resource use; livelihoods; poverty; biodiversity; conservation; development; corporate social responsibility; demography; migration & mobility; environmental change. All this research has been carried out in forests; wetlands; drylands; cloud forests; marine areas; urban and peri-urban areas.

Countries worked in, usually in close collaboration with national development, conservation or research programmes include: Algeria, Argentina, Brazil, Belize, , Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Gabon, Ghana, Guyana, Guinea-Bissau, India, Indonesia, Jamaica, Kenya, Lao PDR, Malawi, Malaysia,Mali, Mexico, Mongolia, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone,South Africa, Sri Lanka, Republic of Congo, Rumania, Russia (Siberia), Rwanda, Tanzania, Thailand, Uganda, UK, Vietnam, Zimbabwe .

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