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People Dr Peter Long

James Martin Fellow, Biodiversity Institute


Post Doctoral Researcher

Peter is a conservation scientist with research focused on generating spatially-explicit scenarios of land cover and biodiversity to inform conservation management. Research focuses on wetlands, tropical moist forests and dry forests. His research uses GIS techniques to address ecological questions including remote sensing, classification and change analysis, and species distribution models. Also interested in monitoring techniques, the derivation of robust biodiversity indicators and population size and density estimation. Increasingly involved in conservation capacity building and training, especially in Madagascar.

Biodiversity Institute

Biodiversity Institute

James Martin Fellow