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How can we reduce illegal activity in Africa's protected areas?

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Dr Colin Beale works on a wide range of ecological problems from population dynamics and distributions to fire ecology in the African savannah. The main thread linking different strands of his research is a fundamental interest in spatial processes in ecology, from the way individual animals move across a landscape, through the patterns and processes that shape individual species distributions, to global patterns in biodiversity. He is interested in understanding all aspects of spatial variation in ecological processes at a range of spatial scales, using and developing appropriate statistical techniques alongside an active programme of field research in the UK and Africa.

This talk is part of the CCI Conservation Seminar Series 2019-2020 series.

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