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Christophe Le Page

Dr Christophe Le Page is a modelling scientist from CIRAD, working in Montpellier (France). He is a member of the Green Research Unit, which is promoting a companion modelling approach (http://www.commod.org) for natural resources management. With a background in fish population dynamics, he has progressively specialized in building agent-based models to simulate the interplay between ecological and social dynamics in ecosystems holding renewable resources used or managed by different categories of stakeholders. He is participating in the development of the CORMAS platform (http://cormas.cirad.fr), with a special interest on spatial aspects and computer-assisted role-playing games.

Campus international de Baillarguet
TAC-47 / F
Montpellier Cedex

Email: christophe.le_page@cirad.fr
Web: http://agents.cirad.fr/index.php/christophe.le.page

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Kadiri Serge Bobo

Dr. Bobo has a PhD in Conservation Biology from University of Göttingen, Germany. He is now a senior lecturer at the department of forestry, University of Dschang in Cameroon. His research interests are on the effects of land use on biodiversity (especially birds, plants (tree and understorey), butterflies and small mammals), on bushmeat and human livelihood, on sustainable management of wildlife resources (particularly in logging concessions), on ornithological studies and on community forestry. He will be involved in field research concerning some taxa (bids, mammals), in professional development workshops, in undergraduate and graduate training and in other symposia (science and policy).

Faculté d’Agronomie et des Sciences Agricoles
BP 245

Email: bobokadiris@yahoo.com
Web: http://www.univ-dschang.org

Towa Olivier William Kamgaing

Mr. Towa Olivier William Kamgaing is a Forest and Wildlife Engineer who studies human livelihoods and the ecology and conservation of forest antelopes in Korup and Boumba-Bek National Parks, Cameroon. His research examines bushmeat hunting and trade, and the feasibility of sustainable wildlife management in Afrotropical rainforests with a multi-agent system approach

University of Dschang
P.O. BOX. 222 Dschang
Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife
P.O. Box: 3430 Yaoundé

Email: wkamgaing@gmail.com

Bobo Fernanda Ngahane

Miss Bobo Fernanda Ngahane is a 5th year student enrolled in the forest and wildlife engineer training programme at the department of forestry, Faculty of Agronomy and Agricultural Sciences, University of Dschang in Cameroon. She has two years of experience with the Volkswagen project where she works on the perception of local people before and after the presentation of the CORMAS model built for blue duikers in the North-eastern periphery of Korup National Park, Southwest Cameroon

Faculty of Agronomy and Agricultural Sciences
Department of Forestry
University of Dschang
P.O. BOX. 222 Dschang

Email: ngahanefernanda@yahoo.fr

Matthias Waltert

2008-2013: Coordinator of the Research and Capacity Building Program ‘Forest Wildlife Management in Cameroon and Nigeria’ (funded by Volkswagen-Foundation through its Africa Initiative), Georg-August-Universität, Göttingen, with partners


Email: mwalter@gwdg.de
Web: http://www.uni-goettingen.de/en/117392.html


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