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I will be joining Operation Wallacea for two weeks and will be helping to collect data, both in the forests and underwater. Madagascar has some of the most spectacular biodiversity in the world (lemurs, tenrecs, baobabs and over half of all known chameleon species), much of which is endemic. The Opwall teams are conducting a long term monitoring programme in the Mahamavo dry forests, which despite hosting a large number of rare, endangered and range restricted species, currently receives no formal protection. Data collected on community economics, carbon and patterns and trends in biodiversity data will provide the information needed to produce an application establishing the forests as a community managed protected area for sustainable use. Once established, data can be used to develop of the management plan of the protected area and help determine alternative sustainable livelihoods for the local community that can be linked to its long term protection.
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