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2016 in numbers

Highest temperature: 120 °C At least that is what the (possibly broken) thermometer in the wood-fired sauna near Tallinn read when I was taken there and beaten with a viht by PhD students Annika and Agata. After a quick plunge … Continue reading

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New paper: second publication for Bulafu et al (2013)

My PhD student Collins Bulafu has recently published his second paper, this time in the open access Journal of Tropical Forestry and Environment. He looks at changes in woody biomass of small forest fragments in the Kampala area, Uganda over … Continue reading

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Ugandan bigots give themselves a Christmas present

How better to celebrate the season of goodwill than by passing a law that would send homosexuals, their friends and family to prison for life? Having banned poverty, disease, corruption and mini-skirts in the previous twenty-four hours (OK only the … Continue reading

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New paper: Bulafu et al (2013) published in E&E

No not that E&E. My PhD student, Collins Bulafu, has published his first paper on changes in Ugandan forest fragments over a 20 year period in the open-access journal Ecology and Evolution. Crack open the champagne! Bulafu C, Baranga D, Mucunguzi P, Telford … Continue reading

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