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Master of Science in Biodiversity Conservation

Forest waterfall in Kbal Spean, Siem Reap province (J. Holden/FFI)
Guest lecture hosted by the Masters of Science in Biodiversity Conservation
Mr. Ith Saveng recording a GPS waypoint during a field survey in southwest Cambodia (J. Holden/FFI)
Master students during a field practical at Phnom Samkos Wildlife Sanctuary, Pursat province
Mr Neang Thy studying amphibians and reptiles in the Zoological Reference Collection at the Centre for Biodiversity Conservation (J. Holden/FFI)
Some Master students on graduation day with Dr Neil M. Furey
Parasitic plant (Sapria poilanei Gagnep.) belonging to the Rafflesiaceae family, rediscovered in the Cardamom Mountains in 2000 (J. Holden/FFI)
Lesser adjutant (Leptoptilos javanicus), a globally vulnerable species in Cambodia (J. Holden/FFI)
Indochinese tiger at Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Centre (J. Holden/FFI)

Contact Info

Dr. Nick Souter
Tel: (855)77 870 427
Mr. Phauk Sophany
Tel: (855)16 941 231
Email: mbiodiversity.info(at)rupp.edu.kh
Office: Room #415, Campus I

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