SNAPP TEAM:Wildlife Corridor Restoration
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What evidence is required for wildlife corridor restoration interventions in human-inhabited landscapes, and how do we include these in the restoration management process?
Team Status: ONGOING
Team Critical Challenge:
  • Synthesize data to map benefits and drawbacks from wildlife corridor restoration projects in the agricultural landscape, evaluate conflict tolerance and identify mitigation solutions
  • Use the evidence to answer questions on what tree species to plant to benefit wildlife and people, and how to manage corridors for ecological and human well-being
  • Work with farmers (small-holder and industry), government and the conservation sector to co-develop guidance for practice and policy contexts, to guide natural wildlife corridor restoration
Andrew Marshall
University of Sunshine Coast Australia & Reforest Africa
Deo Shirima
Sokoine University of Agriculture / Reforest Africa
Marion Pfeifer
Newcastle University
Trevor Jones
Southern Tanzania Elephant Program
Abel Peter Mtui
Udzungwa Mountains National Park - TANAPA
Anthony Mhagama
Arafat Mtui
Udzungwa Ecological Monitoring Centre
Charles Mchuwa
Tanzania Agricultural Research Institute (TARI) Kibaha
Charles Meshack
Tanzania Forest Conservation Group
Christina Kibwe
Tanzania National Parks Authority
Henry Mbele
Illovo - Kilombero Sugar Company
Hermann Lyatu
Reforest Africa
Joseph Mwalugelo
Southern Tanzania Elephant Program
Laura Braunholtz
Newcastle University
Lauren Barnes
Newcastle University
Margherita Lala
University of Leeds
Richard Nchasi
Associazione Mazingira
Roy Hinde
Udzungwa Mountains National Park
Sergio Guerreiro-Milheiras
Newcastle University
Severin Kalonga
World Wildlife Fund
Susannah Sallu
Leeds University
Zarah Pattison
University of Stirling and Newcastle University
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