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Conduct studies in a known context, with access to the forest and 50 years’ historic scientific data
As an ancient woodland, working forest and woodland park, Alice Holt Forest offers you a rare opportunity to conduct studies in a known context, with a wealth of existing information already available across many aspects of forestry and environmental science – from flora and fauna to climate, carbon fluxes, soils and topography.
Providing opportunities for research in areas such as ecology, sustainability, biodiversity and climate change, Alice Holt Forest can also support emerging interests, such as social forestry – for example linking ecosystem science with public policy.
Our Technical Services Unit, who have detailed knowledge of Alice Holt Forest,are available by separate commission to assist your research, for example, by laying out, maintaining and measuring experiments.
Alice Holt Research Forest is a member of a number of European and global research networks. These links provide a strong science network and facilitate knowledge sharing with the wider research community.
If you would like more details on Alice Holt Research Forest or to discuss the possibility of carrying out research at Alice Holt, please contact:
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