Savanna grassland and track disappearing into infinity on the western horizon at sunset time, was a great metaphor for a challenging exploration and study of Kundelungu National Park, DRC-Congo, Katanga Province, Central Africa which I experienced in April 2012. These beautiful savannas unfortunately produced a very strong disquiet in me as well, because all the big game have disappeared due to warfare the last few years. We were in the park starting a process of analysis and mapping to help in the process of rehabilitation and restoration (in time) of the ecosystem and wildlife. See more on my BLOG at http://geobobford.blogspot.com/2012/09/consulting-in-kundelungu-and-upemba.html or at geobobford.com
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I have over 35 years experience as a professor, administrator, field researcher, development consultant, and conservation scientist. While doing field research on the Sahelian drought of West Africa in the mid-1970s he discovered that GIS (Geographic Information Systems) linked to great photography were crucial in the task of documenting, understanding, and interpreting the interactions between human society and the broader environment. I also recently I've discovered blogging: BLOG http://geobobford.blogspot.com/. I semi-retired in July 2010 and...
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