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  • Carbon dynamics of African miombo woodlands: from the leaf to the landscape 

    Woollen, Emily Skovmand (The University of Edinburgh, 2013-07-01)
    Africa’s carbon (C) cycle is one of the least well understood components of the global C cycle. Miombo woodlands are the most common woodland type in southern Africa, but despite their vast extent and importance in the ...
  • Power of the informal: smallholder charcoal production in Mozambique 

    Jones, Daniel Edward (The University of Edinburgh, 2017-07-03)
    The charcoal market in Africa is an informal economy. This enables millions of people to earn a living producing, selling and trading charcoal, due to low barriers to market entry. However, research and policy on charcoal ...
  • Using satellite remote sensing to quantify woody cover and biomass across Africa 

    Mitchard, Edward Thomas Alexander (The University of Edinburgh, 2012-06-25)
    The goal of quantifying the woody cover and biomass of tropical savannas, woodlands and forests using satellite data is becoming increasingly important, but limitations in current scientific understanding reduce the ...