Here is a short report on the latest meeting of the UK TPWG, written by Lydia Cole.
On 30th January, Prof Sue Page and Dr Sara Thornton hosted a meeting of the UK Tropical Peatland Working Group (UK TPWG). An assortment of researchers gathered for one day at the University of Leicester, to present their work and discuss how the group can be more effective in the realm of tropical peatland science and responsible management. Attendees successfully navigated the UK rail network from as far as Exeter on the south coast to St Andrews on the east coast of Scotland. The most junior member of the group had a baptism of fire as the meeting marked the first day of his PhD – well done, Abdul!
Donna Hawthorne presenting on her palaeoecological component of the mega-CongoPeat project. (Credit: Lydia Cole.)
The day started with brief introductions from everyone present…
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