Glacier Environmental Change
Bryan Mark, together with former BPCRC postdoctoral researcher Alfonso Fernandez, and colleagues from the Moritz Lab and from the University of Maroua, Cameroon, held a workshop in Ngaoundere, as part of the Capacity Building of stakeholders, students and researchers, as part of the MORSL project (Modeling Regime Shifts in the Logone floodplain). This project is funded by the NSF (Dynamics of Coupled Natural and Human Systems (CNH) program) and has the objective to explore the impact of human activities and climate change over the social, ecological, and hydrological systems, in the Northeastern floodplains of the African country.
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