Tag: Cambodia

Fieldwork: Getting stuck in

Emiel describes the first phase of his PhD fieldwork: a survey of ten villages, spread across two protected areas in Cambodia’s Preah Vihear province

The start of fieldwork: a first pilot study

"Let this be a warning to my future self: one month into the trip and none of this has gone as planned..."

Preparing for Fieldwork

Emiel writes about his preparations for his next field trip.

Searching for Snares – how much effort is enough?

Harriet presented preliminary findings from her fieldwork at the the Asian-Pacific Chapter Meeting of the Association of Tropical Biology and Conservation.

Back from Cambodia

An update after Emiel's first PhD field trip to Cambodia

Information transfer and the effectiveness of behaviour change strategies in conservation

Emiel's PhD project aims to understand how information from a conservation intervention is transferred, how it flows through a communities and how this affects behaviour.

Emiel de Lange

Emiel's PhD investigates how the transfer of information influences the effectiveness of behaviour change strategies in conservation

Andrew Dobson

Andy is using agent based models to explore how ranger patrols and poachers interact, and what this means for protected area management.

Harriet Ibbett

Harriet's work in eastern Cambodia focuses on understanding hunting in a tropical forest ecosystem.

Learning From Observational Data To Improve Protected Area Management

Law enforcement is an essential part of Protected Area (PA) management. This project aims to determine how patrol data can best be analysed by PA managers to monitor enforcement effort, inform future patrolling strategies, and motivate rangers.