NewsThe Biodiversity team will be presenting their latest research at the ATBC conference in Merida, 9-14 July

May 12, 2017

The Biodiversity team will be heading to the Association of Tropical Biology and Conservation conference in Merida, Mexico in July. Lead Researcher Sarah Scriven will be presenting her latest results from her project which aims to test the impact of High Conversation Value (HCVs) areas for improving connectivity in the landscape. SEnSOR Programme Manager, Jen Lucey will present her work on using scientific data to determine viable forest patch size for conservation set asides in oil palm landscapes, and UK Director Professor Jane Hill will talk about our latest findings on the ability of rainforest trees to regenerate in HCVs. Looking forward to seeing you there!