SAFE is a world-leading integrated science programme, with a strong interdisciplinary team of scientists conducting field research on six key areas.
Biologists are tracking the effects of forest modification on the abundance and diversity of thousands of species on land and in the rivers.
Ecologists are tracking changes in forest vital rates to understand how land use change impairs the way in which the ecosystem operates.
Climatologists and ecosystem scientists are joining forces to understand the interactions between the forest below and the atmosphere above.
Economists are determining the role forest biodiversity can play in supporting agricultural production.
Ecologists are examining the associations between forest, agriculture and common disease vectors such as mosquitoes.
Hydrologists are continuously monitoring streams to understand how forest conversion impacts water quality.
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