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This group provides a forum for interdisciplinary research into livelihood economies, people-wildlife interactions, rural development and their relevance to conservation.
Areas of particular expertise include: changing land use and impacts on livelihood strategies, people-wildlife interactions, and human-induced disturbances on wildlife populations. Group members have extensive experience of fieldwork across Africa (West, East and South) and Southeast Asia. Research students have worked in a range of countries including Guinea Bissau, Uganda, and Columbia.