September 13, 2022


On 13th September 2022 students from the Department of Ecosystems and Conservation of the Sokoine University of Agriculture conducted practical training on Field map technology for forest inventory and monitoring at Scientific Station Nkweseko, Kilimanjaro National Park. A field map is a technology that combines hardware and software for effective computer-aided field data collection and processing....
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CONTAN project is an Erasmus + Capacity-building project in the field of higher education “Developing curricula for biodiversity monitoring and conservation in Tanzania”. The Project Partners in the EU: University of Florence, (coordinator), MUSE – Science museum, University of Copenhagen, and the University of Bayreuth. Partners in Tanzania: the Sokoine University of University, University of...
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