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Biodiversity and Environment Management (BEM)

Biodiversity and Environment Management (BEM) research theme focuses on development of technologies for: rehabilitation and sustainable management of natural forests and woodlands including water towers, wetland and riparian ecosystems; mitigation and adaptation to climate change; biodiversity conservation; and improved livelihoods.

The theme addresses challenges facing forestry through the following sub-themes:

    * Forest rehabilitation and restoration
    * Wetlands and riparian ecosystem management
    * Forest hydrology
    * Climate change research
    * Sustainable management of natural forests and woodlands
    * Management of invasive tree species
    * Soil and water management
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