Global methane budgets suffer from a lack of field studies in African forests, but new research sheds light on methane emissions and uptake from upland forests in the Congo Basin.
Cameroon’s Mangrove Forests Are Choking on Plastics
Rapid urbanization and insufficient waste management are threatening the environmentally and culturally vital Wouri Estuary. Solutions are needed to save these and other mangroves around the world.
Tropical Forests May Have More Canopy Than Previously Thought
A rare attempt to directly estimate leaf area in a tropical African broadleaved forest suggests that there may be more tree foliage than previously estimated.
Cameroon's Lake Nyos Gas Burst: 30 Years Later
9th Workshop of the IAVCEI-Commission on Volcanic Lakes (CVL9); Cameroon, 14–24 March 2016