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The biodiversity value of degraded tropical forests

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Selective logging is the most widespread degrading force in the tropics. Focusing on my work in Borneo, a region which has suffered some of the most intensive harvesting globally, I will investigate the impacts of selective logging on biodiversity and ecological functioning. I will then discuss possible ways of improving the management of selectively logged forests to reduce the loss of biodiversity.

This talk is part of the Plant Sciences Departmental Seminars series.

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