Second research student arrives

IMG_4721 - CopyThe project’s second PhD candidate, Tabitha Kemunto Kabora, joined the rest of the team in time for our first fieldwork in Tanzania in September and October, where she supervised the topographic mapping of selected former agricultural and habitation areas, conducted preliminary hydrological surveys, and carried out a series of semi-structured interviews with local farmers on farming practices and local soil classifications.  Following her arrival in York, Tabitha will be undertaking the Agent-Based Modelling component of the project under the supervision of Professor John Wainwright, and brings to the research programme a strong  background in Environment, and Natural Resource Management, as well as GIS and Remote Sensing.





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