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Walter Tapondjou's proposal funded to do field work in Kimbi-Fungom National Park (Cameroon)

Monday, October 30, 2017

Congratulations to Walter Tapondjou (EEB-BI student with Rafe Brown), who recently learned that his proposal to the Congo Basin Grant Program has been funded by the Conservation Action Research Network (CARN: see https://conservationactionresearch.net).  This award, totaling $4,500, will fund field work in the newly-established Kimbi-Fungom National Park (Cameroon), to target species occurrence data and genetic samples, for use in his analysis of genomic variation and paleodistributions of amphibians and reptiles of the Cameroon Volcanic Line.



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