The last months have been super busy for the Agrisys Tanzania team. The good news: we have finally completed the data collection in our ecological plots (totalling 142 now).
That also means we have to be super fast processing all data before the project funding runs out officially. Jennifer MacFarlane will help us (as short term research assistant) to process thermal and vegetation greenness scans of vegetation taken on the ground. Chess Ridley will help us (as short term research assistant) to analyse policy documents from the agricultural sector, forestry sector, land management sector and environmental sector to analyse them for ‘conflict’, ‘trade-offs’, ‘biodiversity values’, ‘human wellbeing values’ and ‘food security values’.