A network to understand the changing socio‐ecology of the southern African woodlands (SEOSAW): Challenges, benefits, and methods

The SEOSAW Partnership, Casey Ryan, Kyle Dexter, John Godlee, Brigadier Libanda, Caroline Lehmann, Iain McNicol, Edward Mitchard, Paula Nieto Quintano, Jess Rickenback, Mathew Williams, Ellie Wood

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Abstract

The sustainable management of the southern African woodlands is closely linked to the livelihoods of over 150 M people. Findings from the Socio‐Ecological Observatory for the Southern African Woodlands (SEOSAW) will underpin the sustainability of two of the largest industries on the continent: woodfuels and timber. SEOSAW will also improve our understanding of how human use shapes the biogeography and functioning of these ecosystems.
Original languageEnglish
JournalPlants, People, Planet
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Publication statusPublished - 22 Dec 2020

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