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Staff:

Scott Geller


Classification and Status of Kenya's Forest Ecosystems



LTS, in association with CIC, investigated the status of forest-related ecosystem services in Kenya, with an emphasis on water-related ecosystem services, soil formation and local climate regulation. The project team worked closely with the Kenya Forest Service (KFS) and the Department of Resource Surveys and Remote Sensing (DRSRS) to best determine the status of forest-related ecosystem services in Kenya.

Clients:
United Nations Environment Programme

Services:
Ecosystems

Geography:
Kenya

Date:
2009

Keywords:
UNEP, technical assistance, climate change, biodiversity, water