Expanding the study area: from West Africa to South China

People who know me and my research know that I am in love with the Sahel and its people, and this will never change. However, I recently had the chance to expand my research area from the semi-arid Sahel to humid China, more specifically the South China Karst. I spent around 4 months in China in 2017, and there are some major publications on the way. This area is particularly interesting, because millions of trees have been planted, and while we have a hard time to find a human footprint in satellite data over Sahel, it is more than obvious in China. It is also a very beautiful area:

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