The EFForTS Symposium – presenting our research on oil palm management practices and riparian restoration at a conference in Bali

In October 2018, Insect Ecology group members Sarah Luke and Michael Pashkevich attended the “Socio-ecological Transformations of Tropical Lowland Rainforest” International Symposium, in Bali, Indonesia. The symposium was organised by researchers from the “Ecological and Socioeconomic Functions of Tropical Lowland Rainforest Transformation Systems (Sumatra, Indonesia)” Project (EFForTS Project) – https://bit.ly/2Q1lL5f…

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September 2017 – Insect Identification Course in Sumatra, Indonesia

A blog post by BEFTA Programme and Insect Ecology Group postdoc Amy Eycott. Also posted at https://www.zoo.cam.ac.uk/research-groups/insect-ecology/news We ran an insect identification and curation course! This August, Insect Ecology Group members Ed Turner, Amy Eycott, Sarah Luke and Amelia Hood, and Eleanor Slade, from the University of Oxford, ran an insect…

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